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The Real Reason Robert Pattinson’s Batman Won’t Appear In James Gunn’s DCU

James Gunn has already stated how the DC film multiverse will have room for Elseworld stories, meaning movies that don’t connect to the mainline continuity that will begin with “Superman: Legacy.” Another sequel that falls in this category is “Joker: Folie à Deux,” the follow-up to 2019’s “Joker.” 

While having two separate Batman film franchises might seem like things could get confusing, it actually presents an intriguing opportunity. “The Batman” established a dark, gritty tone similar to Christopher Nolan’s “Dark Knight” trilogy. A more grounded atmosphere possibly prevents Matt Reeves to use actual superpowered villains like Man-Bat and Poison Ivy. There are currently no plot details for “The Brave and the Bold,” but it could be an opportunity to take the character and Gotham in a more fantastical direction. 

“The Brave and the Bold” will differentiate itself from “The Batman” in one important way — teaming up the Dark Knight with his biological son, Damian Wayne, who’s the Robin the new DCU needs. This opens the doors for other members of the Bat family to join the fun, and it could take a decidedly different direction in terms of tone. Since “Brave and the Bold” exists in the same world as “Superman: Legacy,” it could explore more fantasy and science-fiction concepts while “The Batman Part II” keeps things gritty and grounded. It’s just a thought, but we’re certainly not going to complain about getting more Batman movies.

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