Reeves explained that he set out to tell a story that could satisfy the audience without the need for sequels in “The Batman.”
Matt Reeves, the director of “The Batman” with Robert Pattinson, explained that he considered the film as a standalone, singular film, and stated that any sequel idea is not guaranteed.
Although the future of the sequel or movies of “The Batman”, which received positive comments from both the audience and movie critics and showed a successful box office performance all over the world, is considered certain by the fans, Matt Reeves underlines that this is not certain.
In an interview with the LA Times, Reeves stated that while writing and directing the film, he acted without thinking of future sequels and focused on telling a cohesive and coherent story that alone could contribute to the Batman legend.
“As I was making the movie, I always felt that I would never look at it as part one because part one presupposes that there are more parts to come. What I wanted to do was to make this film a satisfying experience so that people can see a character they love, the whole world, for more than 80 years. They would be able to experience a new version of a character they’ve loved for a long time.” Reeves also stated that if a sequel comes, it will emerge because of the success of the movie, and not because they left some points open in the first movie.