The Batman Will Reportedly Bring A New Joker Into The DCEU

There are all sorts of rumours about what’s going to happen in The Batman. One of those rumours is that the film will introduce a new Joker.

This means that Matt Reeves’ film could end up confirming that it’s not in the same universe as Todd Phillips’ Joker.

This is what I’ve believed ever since the film was announced.

Joker was never going to take place in the same universe as Matt Reeves’ The Batman.

Personally, I don’t even think The Batman will be in the same universe as Justice League or Batman V Superman.

I think this will be a thing all on its own, just like Joker will prove to be.

This is why Reeves might get away with introducing a new version of The Joker.

That’s something which is guaranteed to get bums in seats when The Batman comes to cinemas.

The other thing people will want to see is Robert Pattinson as Batman.

The Batman might feature a new Joker

Joaquin Phoenix as Arthur Fleck in Joker Box Office

Joaquin Phoenix as Arthur Fleck in Joker – Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures

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Anyway, according to We Got This Covered’s very informative sources, The Batman will feature a ‘new Joker’.

He will end up becoming Pattinson’s Batman’s mortal enemy, however, that won’t happen until the net movies.

What WGTC’s sources say is that Batman will hear whisperings of criminals working for a man who goes by the name of The Joker.

I really do like this idea. I love the idea of somebody being behind everything pulling the strings.

That is also something I would imagine the Joker would be very good at in a movie environment.

What do you make of this news? Do you like the idea of Joker being in The Batman?

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