Michael Keaton is set to return as Batman in the next the flash Warner Bros. solo movie. and DC Comics. The actor hasn’t donned the cape and cowl in nearly 30 years and it will be a sight to see him in action again. It’s already been revealed that his Batman will get an updated version of his suit and will also have around seven suits featured in the film. Keaton will also reprise the role for Leslie Grace’s bat girl Set and set photos have already showcased her costume. Now, a digital artist has given us a clearer look at the new costume.
An artist who goes by Clements.Ink on Instagram has revealed his version of Keaton’s upgraded Batman costume. The costume is very similar to the one the actor wore Batman and Return of Batman, but has some improved features. If you didn’t like how she looked in the set photos, you might like how she looks here. You can check out the fan art below!
Keaton hasn’t played the role since 1992 Return of Batman and has since moved on to the Marvel Universe with his final appearance as Adrian Toomes/Vulture in Morbius. The actor previously revealed why he came on board to return as Batman for Warner Bros. and DC Comics. While speaking with The Jess Cagle Show, Keaton explained what brought him back to the role.
“When it came back, I was curious about it. I thought, ‘Boy, what would that look like?’ And then, coincidentally, there were whispers, I got a call from Warner Bros. They wanted to talk to me about something, and there were hints of Batman,” Keaton recently revealed during his appearance on series. “I think it was about something else regarding Batman… I got a call later saying, ‘We want you to read something. I just thought, ‘Of course you have to.'”
For his return from Batman in the flashKeaton added: “It has to be good. There’s no reason to do it if it’s not good. It won’t change anything. Director Andy Muschietti is fantastic and it’s really creative. I don’t know . It’s funny.
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