The Batman: Reshoots May Have Something to Do with 'Controversial' Original Ending

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By Bri Constantino | More Articles Socially awkward straightedge fraud.
June 21, 2021  01:53 PM

Matt Reeves' standalone The Batman film is easily one of the most anticipated DC flicks right now and all eyes are definitely on actor Robert Pattinson who many believe could deliver a performance that will propel his career to even greater heights. Production for the film was initially halted by the COVID-19 pandemic but earlier this year, they were able to finish filming much to the delight of DC fans.
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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But just when you thought the project was already in its post-production stages as it should be, apparently, that's not the case and according to a new report from Daily Record, Pattinson and co-star Colin Farrell are headed back to Glasgow, Scotland to film additional scenes for The Batman next month.

Information about the reshoots is scarce for now but following the report, insider Grace Randolph took to Twitter and said that Reeves and company going back to the drawing board may have something to do with the film's original ending that could raise a lot of eyebrows. However, she chose not to disclose details about the film's ending but claims that it took massive inspiration from a "recent" Batman storyline so you do the detective work, I guess.

 


There's no denying that The Batman is shaping up to be the darkest and grittiest live-action interpretation of the caped crusader yet but Reeves may have actually gone overboard with his ideas for the project. Let's see how everything plays out in the end but I'm keeping my fingers crossed that Warner Bros. has nothing to do with the said reshoots.


The Batman is currently scheduled for release on March 4. 2022.


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