Jeffrey Dean Morgan Talks More About The Possibility Of Suiting Up As FLASHPOINT's Batman

Jeffrey Dean Morgan Talks More About The Possibility Of Suiting Up As FLASHPOINT's Batman

Jeffrey Dean Morgan Talks More About The Possibility Of Suiting Up As FLASHPOINT's Batman

Jeffrey Dean Morgan made a brief cameo appearance as Thomas Wayne in Batman v Superman and he's since emerged as a fan-favourite choice to play the Flashpoint Batman. So, is he still down to suit up?

The future of Batman on the big screen isn't clear, especially as Ben Affleck seems so uncertain about whether or not he actually wants to return as the Caped Crusader. We've heard a number of reports about what could come next for the Dark Knight, including some sort of passing of the torch. So, what if Thomas Wayne ends up donning the cape and cowl after the events of Warner Bros' Flashpoint

As of right now, we have no idea whether or not that movie will actually 
adapt the comic book tale of the same name but it would definitely be the perfect place to have The Walking Dead star Jeffrey Dean Morgan suit up as Thomas Wayne. "Look, I’m not going to lie," the actor said in a recent interview to promote the upcoming Rampage. "Zack Snyder and I talked about doing Batman together when we did Watchmen. I think it was both he and I’s favorite character and favorite story." 
 
"And what I know about the Flashpoint Batman is, you know, for me, I think he is not only the darkest of the Batmen, but the coolest," Mogan added. "And I love his whole storyline and who he is and the tortured soul of it all." So, would he say yes if the offer were to come from the studio?
 
"We’ll see. I mean, look, DC is DC and they’ll figure out what they’re going to do next. But I’m highly aware of the character, I will say that. I’m highly aware of the character, and it would probably be a thrill of a lifetime to put on the Batsuit." Would you like to see him play the Dark Knight on the big screen? As always, be sure to let us know your thoughts on these remarks in the comments section.
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