Robert Pattinson To Sign Deal For Spinoff Batman Films

It’s being reported that Robert Pattinson is going to be signing a new deal with Warner Bros Pictures for future spinoff Batman films.

Now, this report does come from We Got This Covered, so maybe take it with maybe a grain of salt.

However, I have been hearing rumours for quite some time that Warner Bros. Pictures is very interested in trying to keep Pattinson as Batman for quite some time.

It sounds as though they want him to appear as Batman in spinoff movies and TV shows.

I was told that he signed a three-picture deal with them when he first agreed to play the iconic DC Comics character.

Now, it makes sense that Pattinson might be interested in playing Batman in future Dark Knight movies.

However, it would also all depend on how well the upcoming Matt Reeves’ film does with fans and critics.

The box office numbers are also going to be very important for Warner Bros. and the future of the Batman films.

Robert Pattinson reportedly close to signing a new deal with Warner Bros. for spinoff Batman films

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Now, there have also been rumours that Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Films are looking at the possibility of bringing Pattinson’s Batman into a new Justice League film.

This Justice League movie is rumoured to be a multiverse movie with a new team.

Robert Pattinson is rumoured to be in contention for that film.

It looks like DC Films is very happy with Pattinson’s take on their superhero and want him to be around for as long as possible.

What do you make of this rumour?

Would you like to see Robert Pattinson play Batman in spinoff films?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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