George Clooney reveals why he’s not reprising Batman in The Flash. Andy Muschietti’s upcoming DCEU independent film is in the final stretch of production. While plot particulars are as yet being left hidden, don’t anticipate Batman and Robin’s iteration of Bruce Wayne in the project, as Clooney has now confirmed that he’s not involved in the eagerly awaited blockbuster.
However, don’t anticipate that Clooney should show up wearing his old superhero outfit in The Flash. Speaking with Variety considering the release of his most recent directorial gig, The Tender Bar, the actor shared that he’s not going to be in the DCEU movie since he wasn’t asked to be part of it. He then proceeded to kid regarding how it’s an advocated choice considering Batman and Robin’s quality. Read Clooney’s statement beneath:
“They didn’t ask me. At the point when you destroy a franchise the manner in which I did, as a rule they look the other way…I had great areolas. It was winter constantly.”
With a multiversal narrative, The Flash can in any case bring Clooney’s Batman in. While production is nearing its end, the movie isn’t expected until November of the following year. Keaton and Affleck’s involvement will more likely be important to the story. Be that as it may, if Warner Bros. needs to extricate up and simply involve more versions of the Caped Crusader, they can find a basic way for a brief Clooney appearance. Perhaps, they may be even ready to do that with Kilmer and Christian Bale.