Michael Uslan, the producer of Batman, has revealed that The Batman: Part II will begin filming on November 23, 2023. Matt Reeves, who also oversaw the first entry in the relaunched Batman series, which debuted in 2022, is directing the much-awaited DC Comics sequel.
Michael Uslan acknowledged that The Batman: Part II filming has begun but withheld any information about the story or location of the movie. Whether the sequel will begin where the original movie left off or involve a time jump is yet to be determined.
Also, it is not known where The Batman: Part II will be produced. The first movie was mostly filmed in the UK, with a few sequences also being filmed in Chicago and Liverpool. Although nothing has been officially confirmed, it’s feasible that the sequel will film on a similar timeline.
Robert Pattinson played the title character in the first episode of The Batman, donning the recognizable cape and cowl and giving the role a darker, broodier tone. Fans were thrilled by Pattinson’s portrayal of Batman, and many are eager to see how the Twilight star approaches the role in the follow-up.
As the first film came to a close, Batman captured the Riddler, who had overrun Gotham City. However, information about Part II is currently lacking. The sequel’s script is being co-written by Matt Reeves and Mattson Tomlin.
The Batman: Part II is scheduled to open in theaters on October 20, 2025, according to the heads of DC Studios. The first film raked up approximately $770.8 million at the global box office, ranking it seventh among all movies released in 2022.