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Matt Reeves's Batman starring Robert Pattinson postpones release until October 2021.

Warner Bros has postponed various of its upcoming films including The Sopranos and Batman.
by Apoorv Shandilya | April 21, 2020 11:54 IST
Matt Reeves's Batman starring Robert Pattinson postpones release until October 2021.

Batman fans who have waited for a long time for the caped crusader to return on the big screen will now have to wait even longer. Warner Bros has announced that Batman will now release in October 2021. Matt Reeves directorial Batman starring Robert Pattinson is postponed for 4 months ahead of its previous schedule. Warner Bros also announced the news over other films getting postponed. The studio announced that The Sopranos will now be hitting theatres in March 2021 instead of September 2020.

 
The news has come due to the Coronavirus pandemic that has taken over the world and its businesses. Theatres across the world have shut down to prevent any further spread of the virus. The studio behind Will Smith's King Richard has also postponed its release to November 2021. Marvel Studios has also postponed the release of many of their major films. This includes the much awaited Black Widow film starring Scarlett Johansson.
 
Some films are still hoping for a 2020 release. Warner Bros has left Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” dated for July 17 and “Wonder Woman 1984" for an Aug. 14 theatrical release.
 
And one film even moved up on the calendar: The DC superhero film “The Flash” is now expected in June 2022 instead of July.
 
Meanwhile Matt Reeves has promised that his interpretation of Batman will bring new things for the character. Previously he said, "I pitched them what I would do, and I said, look, I appreciate that you want me to do a Batman movie, but I don't want to just do a Batman movie; I want to do a Batman movie that has a chance to be something different, and humanist, and can use the metaphors of the genre."


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