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Warner Bros. new The Batman movie has found its Selina Kyle aka Catwoman in Big Little Liesstar Zoe Kravitz. Her deal is official. The film directed by Matt Reeves comes out on June 25, 2021.
 

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Warner Bros. new The Batman movie has found its Selina Kyle aka Catwoman in Big Little Liesstar Zoe Kravitz. Her deal is official. The film directed by Matt Reeves comes out on June 25, 2021.
 
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Paul Dano confirmed as Edward Nygma


Filmmaker Matt Reeves has found his Riddler for The Batman. Paul Dano has signed on as the classic villain, Warner Bros. announced Thursday.

Dano's version of the character will be named Edward Nashton, the man who in the comics later goes by the name Edward Nygma and adopts the villainous persona. Frank Gorshin and John Astin played the villain in the 1960s TV series, while Jim Carrey played him in 1995's Batman Forever, directed by Joel Schumacher.

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Peter Sarsgaard had joined the cast

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Matt directing this Batman [is exciting]. The cast is so awesome. It seems different from other Batman movies to me, just with the cast. There’s something about it that has an edge, it’s young. To me, just my perception of it, it reminds me of when I was in college, and I went to go see The Pixies play, and looking around and feeling the vibe at a Pixies concert. That’s what it felt like to me, a song like ‘I Bleed.’ That it has the energy and that sort of thing, and isn’t so specifically targeted to a very young audience, or a very old audience, but has that power of chaos in it.

 
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