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Keanu Reeves says he wants to play an ‘older’ Batman in a live-action movie

Keanu Reeves has expressed a desire to play an “older” version of Batman in a live-action film.

That matrix Star, 57, recently voiced Batman in the children’s animated film DC League Of Super Beasts, which also starred Kevin Hart and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

Robert Pattinson is the youngest actor to portray the character in live action this year The Batman. He will reprise the role in an upcoming sequel.

Speak with extraReeves claimed it would be a “dream” to play Batman in a live-action film

“I love Batman as a character,” he said. “I love him in the comics, in the movies, so to get the opportunity to voice his character to play Batman was great.

“Maybe down the road. Maybe if they need an older Batman.”

Michael Keaton is already poised to play an older iteration of the caped Crusader himself with the former Batman Star reprising his role for the DC Comics adaptation The Lightning.

Keanu Reeves pictured on July 13, 2022

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Reeves was in the news recently after he was spotted having a heartwarming interaction with a child at an airport.

In recent years, Reeves has become known for his benevolent off-screen persona.

Back in 2021, he was praised for gifting four of his John Wick: Chapter 4 Stuntmen Personalized Rolex Watches.

Reeves’ reaction to being dubbed “the nicest man in Hollywood” went viral online last year.

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JOE HERNANDEZ

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