Filming on the highly anticipated DC outing The Batman Part II has now been delayed to 2024, and will no longer commence this November as originally planned. As revealed in a report by Midgard Times, The Batman sequel instead will not go before cameras until March next year with the delay likely being caused by the ongoing writers strike. A strike that both director and writer Matt Reeves and his fellow writer Mattson Tomlin have been directly involved in. The pair were recently seen joining the picket line alongside the rest of the WGA, who are calling for better pay and working conditions.
Filming on The Batman sequel will no longer begin in November as planned. Read More