Matt Reeves' 'The Batman' To Take Inspiration From Alfred Hitchcock

Once he is done with promoting War for the Planet of the Apes, Matt Reeves gets to work on DC Films/Warner Bros.' The Batman - which will see Ben Affleck put on the cape and cowl of Gotham's Dark Knight.

Speaking to CNET, while promoting Apes, Reeves revealed what director is inspiring him for the Caped Crusader film.

"For me, point of view is really important," Reeves said. "I want to make sure you are experiencing something from the perspective of the main character in the story. I'm a huge Hitchcock fan -- I like the idea of being immersed in that perspective.

"Movies for me are about empathy. The idea is to make you, the audience, feel what the character feels."

The film itself, will as mentioned before star Ben Affleck as Batman/Bruce Wayne, JK Simmons as Commissioner Gordon, Jeremy Irons as Alfred Pennyworth, and Joe Manganiello as Deathstroke.

It has no immediate release date, but has been rumoured to be coming out sometime in 2019.

Affleck is also creatively involved in the film as writer and producer.

Source: CNET


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