Justice League actor Joe Morton outlined that he will return to a spinoff with Ray Fisher as Matt Reeves' Caped Crusader plans leaves Affleck departing after Flashpoint or Suicide Squad 2
A major DCEU shake-up has already taken place with the Mad Men star vying for the Caped Crusader against Jake Gyllenhaal.
Christopher Nolan and James Mangold revealed how their respective DC and Marvel films broke the mold to avoid the pitfalls of the genre.
Think you have what it takes to be a superhero on the streets of Gotham? Good news is you can now test yourself against the rest with the part of Dick Grayson still vacant.
Matt Reeves' addition to the DC world is not intending to give a reboot or prequel to Bruce Wayne, but continue what Zack Snyder developed through BvS and Justice League.
With Ben Affleck looking to make his DC exit gracefully, the Nightcrawler star is said to headline the director's wish list to replace him.
The actor continues to be cautious about his own future in the franchise to intimate that he is still waiting on the response to Justice League.
Enjoying his chemistry with Ezra Miller's Barry Allen in the upcoming blockbuster, Affleck says his portrayal will be a stark departure from BvS.
Out on the promotional circuit for the 2017 reboot of Murder on the Orient Express, the veteran actress admitted that DC and Warner Brothers were on he verge of giving her Batman Returns character a spinoff.
The gritty action filmmaker is in prime position to oversee a standalone Deathstroke movie, a concept that few saw coming.
The comedic actor revealed that the Two Face persona might have been on the money for Jones, with Carrey explaining how cold the veteran would be during the 1995 shoot.
Out to promote the ensemble blockbuster Justice League, the Batman star understood why fans were let down by the Zack Snyder installment.