Michael Keaton to return as Batman in upcoming ‘The Flash’ movie


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  • Friday, 23 Apr 2021

Michael Keaton is set to reprise his 1989 Batman role in the upcoming 'The Flash' movie, due out in November 2022.

The man who played the legendary caped crusader more than 30 years ago is returning to form.

Michael Keaton is set to reprise his Batman role in the upcoming The Flash movie, due out in November 2022.

The 69-year-old Academy Award-nominated actor will join Ben Affleck to respectively portray two different universe versions of of Bruce Wayne/Batman in the upcoming Andres Muschietti-helmed film.

Ezra Miller was previously announced to reprise his role as Barry Allen/The Flash from 2017′s Justice League, while The Young And The Restless actress Sasha Calle is set to fly as Supergirl.

Keaton played the Dark Knight in Tim Burton’s trailblazing Batman (1989) and in Batman Returns (1992), which spawned off a new generation of big screen superhero films based on DC Comics. – New York Daily News/Tribune News Service

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