Quantcast
Posted by: Matt McGloin
/ 1 year 26 weeks ago

Batman Reboot Rumored To Be Older For Superman Man Of Steel 2 Sequel

Body

9965

A new rumor has landed online stating that Batman could be an older seasoned vet as he takes on Superman in the sequel to Man of Steel.

BatmanOnFilm has it from a couple of sources that Warner Bros. is eyeing popular actors in their 40s to play Batman in the reboot.

"Josh Duhamel, Jude Law, Gerard Butler, Josh Brolin, Jon Hamm, Brad Pitt, Ben Affleck, Jim Caviezel, etc." are given as examples.

It's stated the older Batman will have been on the job for several years.

However, that contradicts what David Goyer said about Superman being the first costumed superhero. Goyer did state there are other heroes in the DC shared movie universe, just that they don't wear costumes.

Guess it's possible Bruce Wayne could be helping people - just not as The Batman, and we could add Zack Snyder recently stated they have to go with whatever direction Warner Bros. basically tells them; so Goyer's words could now be meaningless.

Our own DC Entertainment source told us 25-year-old Tyler Hoechlin is up for the new Batman, which suggests a younger version more on the same level as Henry Cavill and his Superman.

Superman/Batman, the sequel to Man of Steel, goes into production next year for a 2015 release starring Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Laurence Fishburne and Diane Lane.

For more news on the Man of Steel and related movies head on over to the Cosmic Book News Superman movie hub.

9966

More From Cosmic Book News:

Tiffany Smith of DC All Access offers an update. Watch the video.
Benedict Cumberbatch is up next in our 2015 Academy Award Roundup.
Amell and Renner get schooled on the proper use of a bow and arrow.
Constantine's version of the black diamond...
Will Thor make it out of Avengers 2 alive?
Befriend, help and destroy players from all over the world in this real-time strategy MMO.
See why the Avengers are at the top of the most wanted list.
Appearing on Jimmy Kimmel, stars take credit for Super Bowl controversy.