‘The Batman: Part II’ Production Start Date Confirmed By Producer

The Batman sequel kicks off production later this year!

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Batman producer Michael Uslan has announced that production for The Batman: Part II is set to commence on November 23, 2023. The highly-anticipated DC Comics sequel is being directed by Matt Reeves, who also helmed the first installment of the rebooted Batman franchise, which premiered in 2022.

While Michael Uslan confirmed the start of filming for The Batman: Part II, he did not reveal any details regarding the film’s plot or setting. It remains to be seen whether the sequel will pick up where the first film left off or feature a time jump.

It is also unclear where the production for The Batman: Part II will take place. The first film was shot primarily in the United Kingdom, with additional scenes filmed in Chicago and Liverpool. It is possible that the sequel will follow a similar filming schedule, but nothing has been confirmed yet.

The first installment of The Batman saw Robert Pattinson don the iconic cape and cowl, delivering a darker and more brooding version of the character. Fans were impressed with Pattinson’s Batman portrayal and many are excited to see what the Twilight alum brings to the role in the sequel.

The future of the Batman series

The first movie ended with Batman apprehending the Riddler, who has flooded Gotham City, though details about Part II are currently scarce. Matt Reves is co-writing the script of the sequel with Mattson Tomlin.

The heads of DC Studios recently revealed that The Batman: Part II is set to hit theaters on October 2025. The first movie earned $770.8 million at the worldwide box office, a figure that makes it the seventh highest-grossing movie of 2022.

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Michael Bezanidis

Michael Bezanidis

Michael is the Managing Editor of Heroic Hollywood. When he's not playing video games, he's usually writing about film and television.