In DC Fan Art, Johnny Depp plays the Joker to Robert Pattinson’s Batman.

In DC Fan Art, Johnny Depp plays the Joker to Robert Pattinson’s Batman.

In this fan art for The Batman, Johnny Depp plays the Joker opposite Robert Pattinson’s Caped Crusader. Pattinson will take over as Bruce Wayne in Matt Reeves’ The Batman, a dark take on the character set in his second year as Gotham’s legendary vigilante, next year. Despite the fact that production is presently on hold owing to the coronavirus epidemic (though it is expected to resume next month), Reeves debuted the first teaser for The Batman this past weekend at DC FanDome, setting the internet ablaze with excitement.Because The Batman is not part of the DCEU, Reeves and Pattinson are free to do anything they want with the character. Reeves has said that he intends to complete a trilogy, and fans have already started to speculate about where future episodes may go. The Joker,Batman’s most renowned nemesis, is a potential contender for a future opponent.The ensemble of Batman includes some well-known villains, but no Joker, prompting fans to speculate that Reeves is holding his appearance until later.The mere idea has sparked a slew of fan castings, with Depp mentioned more than once. Depp appears as the Joker on a possible poster for The Batman in a new work by BossLogic. He seems scary with his usual makeup and gloomy, stormy tone. Could he play the Joker in Pattinson’s Batman? Some seem to believe so. The artwork may be seen down below.
Earlier this year, filmmaker Kevin Smith revealed his wish to see Depp portray the Joker in The Batman, demonstrating the enthusiasm for Depp’s prospective casting extends beyond fans. However, given that Depp already plays a villain in a Warner Bros. property (Grindelwald in Fantastic Beasts), he may be too preoccupied to play the Joker.Aside from that, Reeves may not even include the Joker in his Batman trilogy. It’s difficult to predict what will happen beyond the first film at this moment. Aside from Depp, many people want to see Joaquin Phoenix’s Arthur Fleck from last year’s Joker collide with Pattinson’s Batman.A chance to introduce Phoenix into The Batman may come, but recent statements from DC Films CEO Walter Hamada imply it won’t happen. In discussing the DC universe, Hamada claimed that Joker exists in a completely separate realm than The Batman, implying that they cannot cross over. Of course, things might change, but it seems like The Batman will receive its own Joker in the future.

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