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.
Director James Mangold admits that the script is currently in the development phase, intimating that we might see Dafne Keen sooner than expected.
Director Josh Boone explained that the 2018 blockbuster is just a precursor to something bigger with two more sequels planned.
With no connection to the 21 Jump Street franchise as slated, this title is said to be branching out with new characters.
The upcoming X-Men spinoff is ready for post production and an April 2018 release as Josh Boone, Maisie Williams, Blu Hunt and Henry Zanga released images on Instagram.
As Ron Howard creates the Han Solo installment behind the scenes, Lucasfilm have already cast their eye forward to more characters that will expand the Disney universe.
A report has surfaced to outlined what this Sony property will entail, seeing the blockbuster tie in a classic superhero and anti-hero for an epic adventure.
With Lionsgate expanding the Keanu Reeves action franchise even further, David Leitch indicated that a meet up with Charlize Theron's kick-ass 80s assassin might be on the cards.
Producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura explained that the 1985 setting will showcase a low key picture that is akin to the 1999 animated feature
Director Chad Stahelski explained that the assassin headquarters will be the focus of the show with Keanu Reeves said to be making an appearance or two.
Producer Hutch Parker has addressed the talk of a new Dafne Keen movie and explained that director James Mangold would want it to be standalone material only.
Taken aback by the announcement, the leading actress took a not-so-subtle dig at her former employers for exhausting the franchise further