This probably means that fans will not have to endure Thomas and Martha Wayne’s killings after seeing them play out in films like Batman Begins and Joker. Nonetheless, there is as yet a chance there will be flashbacks to Bruce’s youth, as The Batman apparently cast Luke Roberts as Thomas. Regardless of whether Reeves decide to include that part of Bruce’s life, The Batman will not invest energy showing watchers how he decided to turn into the titular legend. Instead, he will already be something of a full fledged Batman. Or on the other hand, as full fledged as he can be after one year.
The Batman isn’t the first superhuman film to shun telling a familiar origin story again; the MCU’s Spider-Man motion pictures took a similar course. It’s a smart decision. The greater part of the audience individuals who will go see The Batman already know what drove Bruce to turn into a masked saint, and to drag everything out again would kill the force of the story Reeves wanted to tell. By plunging watchers squarely in the center of this current Bruce’s Batman arc, Reeves gets straight down to business. This is simply one more reason to be invigorated for The Batman… Not that fans required more.
With The Batman under two months from release, its cast and group are beginning to make the rounds promoting it, thus why Reeves as of late shared a few exciting details about the film. Once more in addition to discussing things like Pattinson’s daring eyeliner and reflecting on the initial backlash to his star’s casting, Reeves addressed whether The Batman will recount Bruce’s origin story. In a word: No. “We’ve seen it so often,” Reeves said. “It’s been done excessively. I realized we were unable.”
Chief Matt Reeves affirms The Batman won’t feature Bruce Wayne’s origin story. Indeed, DC’s Caped Crusader is heading to the big screen, however he’ll appear to be a piece unique than past iterations. The Batman has gone through a couple of creative changes en route to release, initial put into improvement as an independent vehicle for Ben Affleck. At the point when he departed the DCEU, Robert Pattinson was cast as Bruce, and The Batman moved to its own universe. At the point when the film begins, Bruce will be in his second year as Gotham’s famed vigilante, and he’ll confront his greatest challenge yet.