The director has commented on the DC Movie News podcast as well as the perfect actor for the role of Batman, Robert Pattinson.
At the San Diego Comic-Con, the new Batman animated film, Batman: Hush and its director, is already thinking about the next movie of the batman he wants to make.
Justin Copeland, director of Batman: Hush, was interviewed on the DC Movies News (Popcorn Talk Network) and was asked what stories he would like to address the future. The director replied that he wanted to make an adaptation of Batman: No man's land, in this comic Gotham, has been isolated from the rest of the country and does not receive any help from the government, so he will have to fend for himself.
It would definitely be no man's land. If I had a carte blanche, like, you can do whatever you want, I want to tell the story of Nobody's Land from the angle of Cassandra Cain. I would love to, that would be a dream. Hell yes. If I have a live-action and they tell me that I can point the finger ...
Copeland also has in mind the one he considers the perfect actor for the role of Batman, Robert Pattinson - who has already signed to make 3 films like the batman, but all directed by Matt Reeves.
I like Robert Pattinson. I'm sorry, I'm a filmmaker. And as a film director, I see that guy as an amazing actor. You want to be able to get on the set and not have to worry about your right flank. When you can get a superstar actor like that, which I think is, you're lucky. I would use.
The Batman: Hush animated film has had quite good reception among the public, so Warner may have Copeland for other character projects. This together with Pattinson has already signed to be Batman for 3 films, could cause the director to fulfill his dream and adapt Nobody's Land with Pattinson as Batman.