In the Future, Keanu Reeves Claims He Would Like to Play a Live-Action Batman!

In the Future, Keanu Reeves Claims He Would Like to Play a Live-Action Batman.

DC League of Super Pets will be released in less than a month, and Keanu Reeves visited audiences at the LA premiere to discuss his brief cameo as The Dark Knight. The titular Super-Pets receive most of the attention in the movie, but their super owners will also appear on screen, albeit in smaller, more supporting roles than they are accustomed to.

Reeves was questioned in an exclusive video from Extra about how he felt about the job and, more significantly, if he’d ever contemplated donning the cape in live-action. Reeves gets to voice Batman, the owner of Ace the Bat-Hound (Kevin Hart).

Reeves gushed about how amazing it was to voice one of his favorite comic book characters in the animated film, but he acknowledged that it would be remarkable to have the opportunity to play the Caped Crusader on screen. “It has always been a dream, Reeves told Rachel Lindsey of Extra. “Pattinson is currently playing Batman, and he’s doing fantastic.

Possibly in the future. When they require an older Batman, perhaps.” In a previous Super-Pets trailer, Reeves’ gruff Batman voice was included, and it unmistakably matches the profile of an aged, weathered Dark Knight. It’s simple to imagine him taking on a Batman Beyond-style position, mentoring a replacement Gotham Defender.

Reeves would immediately join some elite company, but one he could easily fit in with, if he ever received the call to portray Batman in a standalone movie or otherwise, joining Pattinson, Ben Affleck, Christian Bale, George Clooney, Val Kilmer, Michael Keaton, and Adam West.

In the Future, Keanu Reeves Claims He Would Like to Play a Live-Action Batman.

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Reeves has had a successful career in which he has played some of the most recognizable action heroes ever depicted on screen, even if he never dons the suit. The actor has a long record of performances that demonstrate his suitability for the role of Batman, from Neo in The Matrix to John Wick in John Wick.

Beyond his desire to play Batman, Reeves expressed to Extra his excitement to work alongside an A-list cast. He explained, “I have a minor role in this movie. But even that is fantastic because I got to play Batman, just to be a part of a production with [Dwayne] Johnson and Kevin Hart.

Along with Hart and Johnson, John Krasinski, Ben Schwartz, Kate McKinnon, Natasha Lyonne, Diego Luna, Marc Maron, Vanessa Bayer, and Thomas Middleditch also star in the DC League of Super Pets with Reeves. In what will be their feature directorial debuts, Jared Stern and Sam Levine collaborated on the screenplay with John Wittington.

The movie follows Krypto (Johnson) and the other pets as they attempt to harness their abilities in order to free their captive owners. It shares a lot of humor with The Lego Batman Movie. On July 29, the DC League of Super Pets will be available. See the Reeves interview from Extra down below.

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