MATT REEVES’ THE BATMAN
Following quite a while of rumours and theories in regards to the following Batman film, DC and Warner Bros. have hit fans with a large number of big official developments. In only a 48-hour length we’ve realized when Matt Reeves’ The Batman will hit theatres. And what the film will freely be about, the way that it’s getting an alternate official title and the way that Ben Affleck will leave the franchise, with Reeves tapping another (and younger) actor to take over the Batman job. As fans drop their lists of reasonable candidates to replace Ben Affleck as Batman, there’s one (impossible) celeb who’s tossing his cap into the ring: pop-star Nick Jonas!
NICK JONAS AS BATMAN? HELL NOOOOOO!!!
As should be obvious over, the “CommentsbyCelebs” Instagram page pulled this trade between Hypebeast and Nick Jonas over social media.
The Hypebeast account had posted a news alert expressing, “@benaffleck will hang up his job as Batman. The upcoming Matt Reeves-coordinated ‘The Batman’ centers around a more youthful Bruce Wayne, and will purportedly be throwing another member for the role. It’s slated for a June 25, 2021 release. Who do you think should play The Dark Knight?
That is when Jonas slid into the remarks area with this little proposal, in reply to Hypebeast’s inquiry: “First name Nick. Last name Jonas.”
Presently, we could make an effort to suppress any fan hubbub by pointing out that Jonas was simply having a touch of fun with fans on social media by making such an improper fitting for himself. However, what’s the point? At this point, we realize that all the DC being a fan needs is to see the headline of this article, and the fire throwers and hate memes will as of now be leaving the woodwork. We’d gauge that there won’t be more than twelve remarks about this story on our social media before that Michael Scott “Noooo!” meme from The Office begins appearing in our feeds…
At the present time, there is totally zero word on who may replace Ben Affleck as Batman. The theory is running rampant everywhere. However, DC and WB haven’t dropped any insights around an official choice. Or even the criteria for the new actor assuming control over the role. It’s likely safe to state however: Nick Jonas isn’t who they had at the top of the priority list. The vocalist has been traverse into representing years now, with jobs on Fox’s Scream Queens and an appearance in Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle – however that is still miles away from being a Batman-level star.
The DC Movie Universe proceeds with Aquaman, in theaters now. Shazam hits theaters on April 5, Joker on October 4, Birds of Prey on February 7, 2020, Wonder Woman 1984 on June 5, 2020, and The Batman on June 25th, 2021.