Batman Part II Production could start later this year, according to rumors

Not everything seems to be lost for fans of Robert Pattinson’s Batman, as the filming of Batman: Part II, according to rumors, could begin later this year.

The sequel, which was supposed to start work on the set in October 2023, was postponed only to the first half of 2024.

However, according to a new listing on the production list, Matt Reeves’ blockbuster could start filming as early as November 6, when the Hollywood strikes are completed.

The second feature of the new version of the hero is scheduled to hit theaters on October 2, 2025.

Batman, directed by Matt Reeves, grossed $775 million worldwide, and Samba TV data also confirms that it is HBO Max’s second biggest launch in North America, attracting 4.1 million viewers between April 18 and 24.

By comparison, Suicide Squad attracted 3.5 million viewers, while Wonder Woman in 1984 attracted 3.2 million. Both received hybrid releases.

What is the story about?

Batman brings the pursuit of the hero to the Riddler, who is responsible for sadistic machinations and a trail of cryptic clues in Gotham, which was seized by corruption and violence.

In this case, Batman will have to forge new alliances and return justice to the city.

For two years, Batman, as Batman, chased through the streets to scare criminals, leading Bruce Wayne into the shadows of Gotham City. With only a few trusted allies – Alfred Pennyworth and Lieutenant James Gordon – among the corrupt network of officers and important figures of the city, the lonely vigilante has established himself as the only embodiment of revenge among his dear citizens.

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