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The Batman Will Return In 2016

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Warner Bros rebooting batman in 2016

Well, DC's Dark Knight might return before that in a Justice League movie, but word on the street is that his next solo adventure will hit theaters in 2016.

Since The Dark Knight Rises has made over $300 million domestically in just 12 days, Warner Bros. is already planning the next franchise reboot.

The studio is sensing that audiences are a little tired of origin stories, so the next movie may just jump right into Bruce Wayne's life as a billionaire who keeps himself busy by fighting crime in Gotham City.

It seems that the movie might actually be called The Batman, which is kinda cool. We can't really form any kind of opinion on this until more information on the next flick is leaked rejected.

Until then, we're wishing anyone involved the best of luck topping Christopher Nolan's trilogy. One thing is for sure, people will be flocking to the theaters to compare and harshly judge the different interpretations.

Prepare yourself for rejection! LOLz!

[Image via Warner Bros.]

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12 comments to “The Batman Will Return In 2016”



  1. 1

    tbh many people are tired of the Dark Knight series, it's too heavy and gotten really boring. It's definitely time to move along and make a more comic-book esque Batman series. I would love if they kept some of the cast though



  2. 2

    zzz… how original …



  3. 3

    Re: Valentina – Speak for yourself clown shoe. I wasn't aware anyone was tired of the only truly classic superhero trilogy ever made. As for the post, way too soon, 6-7 years and it would be alright to reboot it. definitely not OK to reboot it on the exact same release schedule as this past (perfect) film. Really just misplaced greed, they would make a lot more money if they waited, people will be pissed off if they reboot it so soon with some corny/camp Avengers-esque romp with a lame story/actors/director. C'mon son…

  4. Blah says – reply to this


    4

    What's the point?



  5. 5

    Okay, they really don't need to reboot this already. I mean…can we at least wait till a movie is out of theaters before talking about rebooting the series again? Give it at least 5 years…maybe 10. There's lots of other comic books that can be made into movies before they redo Batman.



  6. 6

    I'm all for it. The more Batman the better.

  7. demode says – reply to this


    7

    Personally, I would want another Nolan film. I feel like there is a great Riddler story that he could have told with Christian Bale, but it never happened. If they leave it as a trilogy, maybe they should get Tim Burton to film a "Part 3" for his Michael Keaton/Batman films, then move on to "the Batman". Keaton is the perfect age to play Batman, if they wanted to film "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns". Film that for 2014, then move on to the next series.



  8. 8

    No - so tired of remakes, sequels and reboots, none of them will get a dime of my money.



  9. 9

    Nolans Batman WAS boring and tedious. They need to make a live-action version of the Bruce Timm/Paul Dini animated series. I cant wait for the reboot….heres hoping we actually get a Batman thats more like the comics!

  10. yoyo says – reply to this


    10

    uh no. wait ten years like spiderman

  11. demode says – reply to this


    11

    Re: yoyo

    Wait 10 years like Spider-Man??? Hate to break it to you, but "Spider-Man 3" came out just 5 years ago!

  12. LOL says – reply to this


    12

    you idiots…