13 February 2013 8:10 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Bill "Jett" Ramey over at Batman-on-Film has just posted a story about the rebooted Batman film, which was expected in 2017.

The post-Christopher Nolan Batman was to be introduced in 2015's Justice League, however Jett has been speaking to a friend of his, an unnamed source, about how the rebooted Batman's solo film would be affected now that Justice League is rumoured to be in trouble...

"Don’t worry about the Batman [film] franchise,” he said. “It’s [Warner Bros.’] most valuable [DC Comics-based] asset.” He continued, “I believe that they are now looking at introducing [the rebooted] Batman in a solo film, though that will likely take place later than they initially had planned. They are extremely worried how [the Batman film franchise] would be affected if Justice League bombs...and rightfully so."

His source continues:

"If Superman [this Summer’s Man of Steel] is huge, then they've bought themselves some time and will have a franchise to hang their hat on for seven, eight years. »

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