For the first time since he was announced to the cast of The Flash, Michael Keaton spoke about the shooting of the DC movie and in particular how he felt when he slipped into the costume of Batman, almost 30 years later. Batman, the challenge.
In full promotion of Martin Campbell’s action thriller, The Protégé, Michael Keaton has indulged in some confidences on another of his projects: the highly anticipated The Flash, which is currently being filmed.
Like Ben Affleck, the comedian has been recalled to reprise his iconic role as Batman in this Barry Allen (Ezra Miller) -centric film by Andy Muschietti that will address the multiverse.
During a interview with Jake Hamilton For his YouTube channel Jake’s Takes, the actor revealed that he had filmed his scenes before and opened up about when he put on his superhero cape for the first time:
It was surprisingly … normal. Which is weird! I was like, ‘Oh, oh yeah, that’s it.
“But then you start to act out the scenes and a lot of memories, a lot of interesting sensory memories [commencent à revenir]”, Continued Michael Keaton.
The one who had played Bruce Wayne in 1989 and 1992 for Tim Burton, however, did not want to reveal if he had already had the opportunity to pronounce the famous phrase of his character “I am batman”. He also indicated that he has not yet discussed his participation in the DC film with the director of Beetlejuice.
The Flash is due in theaters on November 2, 2022.
The Batman Trailer (1989):