Matt Reeves & Terence Winter Making HBO Max Gotham City Police Series

11 Juillet, 2020, 10:08 | Auteur: Christine Menetries
  • Warner Bros. Studios The series will be set in the same world as Reeves upcoming'The Batman

Get ready for the DC Cinematic-Televisual Universe. The series, according to a press release, will be "set in the Gotham City police department" and is being developed by Reeves, Boardwalk Empire creator Terence Winter, and The Batman producer Dylan Clark. The drama, which is based on characters created for DC by Bob Kane with Bill Finger, will also be executive produced by 6th & Idaho's Daniel Pipski (From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series) and Adam Kassan (Tales from the Loop) while Rafi Crohn (Tales from the Loop) will co-executive produce.

The upcoming spinoff, which is now untitled, hails from "The Batman" director Matt Reeves, "Boardwalk Empire" creator Terence Winter, "The Batman" producer Dylan Clark, and Warner Bros. Warner Bros. International Television Distribution will distribute the series globally. Winter will write the show. As for whether Robert Pattinson's Batman will appear, that remains to be seen.

The new series, being penned by Winter, will be set in the world Reeves is now creating for the 2021 DC Extended Universe installment and will build upon the film's examination of the anatomy of corruption in Gotham City, ultimately launching a new Dark Knight universe across multiple platforms. "The series will extend the world established in the movie and further explore the myriad of complex characters of Gotham". This might also give us some insight into what to expect from Reeve's film though. (Now if you really want to wrench your brain, Batwoman is set in the same world as The Flash, who in last year's Arrowverse crossover bumped into the DC movies' own scarlet speedster, played by Ezra Miller!) Plus, of course, Fox's Gotham series ran for five seasons, ending in April 2019.

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"This is an unbelievable opportunity, not only to expand the vision of the world I am creating in the film, but to explore it in the kind of depth and detail that only a longform format can afford", said Reeves in a statement.

But that's nothing for Batman fans to worry about.

There's no word on when the show might premiere, but The Batman's scheduled 2021 release date seems to be in question thanks to COVID-19, so it could be awhile before the series makes it to air. No matter the size of the screen.



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