Matt Reeves has already assembled a star-studded cast for The Batman, but even more major names are being linked to the upcoming blockbuster film.
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Many Back to the Future fans dream of owning DMC DeLorean, the car model that was used in Robert Zemeckis' timeless franchise.
The Batman is still more than a year away from being released, but fan excitement is growing as more blockbuster casting decisions continue to come in.
After ongoing rumors that he would be cast for the role of Commissioner Gordon in The Batman, Jeffrey Wright was finally confirmed by director Matt Reeves.
No Time to Die - slated for an Apr. 8 release in the United States - will mark Daniel Craig's fifth portrayal as the iconic James Bond character.
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Robert Pattinson is set to take over for Ben Affleck as Batman in Matt Reeves' upcoming film, The Batman, slated for a 2021 release.
Joker has been well-received by critics thus far, and fans of the DC Universe are already wondering about if it'll tie in to Matt Reeves' upcoming film, The Batman.
Todd Phillips and Joaquin Phoenix are receiving plenty of favorable reviews for Joker, which has now netted over $850 million at the box office.
Rami Malek was cast as the James Bond villain for the next 007 film, No Time to Die, but the name of his character was a kept secret. Until now.
Joaquin Phoenix and Todd Phillips have received universal acclaim for Joker, which has now reached $850 million at the box office.
Aside from two minor films and an animated movie, Joe Pesci had been retired from acting since 1999 - until long-time friend and director Martin Scorsese was able to bring him back for The Irishman.
Many fans of the Back to the Future series have noticed over the years that Biff Tannen strikes a resemblance to President Donald Trump.
Jason Alexander gained worldwide fame for his portrayal of George Costanza in the iconic Seinfeld '90s sitcom, but the 60-year-old might be in line for another monumental acting gig .
There is widespread belief that No Time to Die will mark Daniel Craig's final performance as James Bond, so it makes sense that the 51-year-old is left guessing as to what will happen to his character.
It's been over four years since the release of Batman: Arkham Knight, and the franchise's gamers are still waiting anxiously for another game to be released.
Daniel Craig may not star in as many James Bond films as Sean Connery and Roger Moore did, but he is now officially the longest-tenured 007 actor.
The recently released Joker film that stars Joaquin Phoenix as the Clown Prince of Crime has received strong reviews thus far, but that doesn't mean that we'll get to see him in the next Batman film.
Jonah Hill was in discussions to portray a villain in The Batman, but The Wolf of Wall Street and Superbad star won't be getting involved with Matt Reeves' upcoming blockbuster after all.