This new production date of “The Batman: Part II” might also get affected by an ongoing strike
The highly anticipated sequel, “The Batman: Part II,” has received a potential production start date despite looming concerns over the SAG-AFTRA and WGA Strike.
According to a recent tweet by The Hollywood Handel, “The Batman: Part II” is slated to commence production on November 6, 2023. However, this schedule may be subject to change if studios do not reach an agreement to compensate their actors and writers fairly during the ongoing strike.
Here is what Tweet says:
“THE BATMAN: PART II is reportedly set to begin filming on November 6, 2023.
The production can be affected by the SAG-AFTRA strike if studios don’t decide to pay their actors/writers fairly.”
The Penguin” HBO Max series, is gearing up to serve as a prequel to “The Batman: Part II. This intriguing approach implies that even if “The Batman: Part II” enters production and potentially completes filming before “The Penguin” series, Warner Bros. decides to hold off on releasing “The Penguin” prior to the sequel.
In addition to the production news, it was previously disclosed that Matt Reeves’s sequel THE BATMAN: PART II will introduce a new version of Batman’s character. As of now, “The Batman: Part II” is scheduled for a theatrical release on 3rd October 2025.