Michael Keaton Reportedly Signed On To Star In Three More DC Projects


It’s being reported by supposed ‘scoopers’ on the Internet that Michael Keaton has signed on for three DC Comics projects.

Now, I’m not going to go into who’s claiming that this is the case because there’s no real way to verify whether what they are saying is true.

These scoopers also like to hide behind the anonymity of the Internet, so there’s no real consequence for them if they turn out to be wrong.

Unlike scoopers, we here at Small Screen put our real-life names on our articles, and we tend to put our reputations on the line when we post exclusive articles with information from sources were have developed long-standing working relationships with over the course of our careers.

But, that’s enough about the ‘scoop’ game.

Let’s talk about Michael Keaton and these reports that he’s signed on to star in three DC Comics projects.

This deal Keaton’s supposedly signed with Warner Bros. Pictures would be on top of the upcoming Flash movie and the Batgirl film.

Well, we revealed a while back that Keaton had signed on to star in an upcoming series which would be based on the animated Batman Beyond series.

It looks like Michael Keaton will be starring as Batman in an HBO Max series

Read more: Batman Beyond Series With Michael Keaton Coming To HBO Max

This could be one of the DC projects that this scooper’s referring to in their tweet.

This would make sense, and it does seem as though that project is moving along nicely.

However, what I will state is that it’s looking like this DC Comics series isn’t going to be a straight adaptation of the Batman Beyond series.

It’s more like it’s being inspired by the animated show, and might actually feature Batgirl – played by Leslie Grace in the upcoming HBO Max movie.

Keaton will be starring in the Batgirl film, and it sounds like the movie will lead into a series on HBO Max.

So, it sounds as though they are moving forward with this Batgirl/Bruce Wayne series, and I think this sounds like a great idea.

What do you make of this news?

Are you looking forward to seeing Michael Keaton’s Batman and Grace’s Batgirl in an upcoming series together?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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