Written by Edwin Francisco
Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck‘s versions of Batman will meet each other in The Flash.
A recent report says that the two versions of Batman will share scenes.
This basically confirms our report from July 29 that both Keaton and Affleck have a scene together in Andy Muschietti’s The Flash.
The Flash, starring Ezra Miller, will deal with the multiverse.
More specifically, the Flash travels to Keaton’s parallel Earth from the Snyderverse.
Keaton admitted that he’ll return as the Batman.
He played the Dark Knight in Batman (1989) and Batman Returns (1992). Tim Burton directed both movies.
Ben Affleck starred in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) and reprised his role in Justice League (2017).
He even returned for pick-up shots for Zack Snyder’s Justice League (2021).
Based on our earlier reports, The Flash is loosely based on the Flashpoint comic book.
However, in the comics, only the Flash traveled through an alternate universe.
In this version, we don’t really know how both versions of Batmen will meet.
Will Ben Affleck’s version of Batman follow Ezra Miller in Keaton’s world or is it the other way around?
Regardless, it’s a scene many fans want to see on the big screen.
After all, what will happen when an older, smarter Batman meets a younger Batman?
Furthermore, there are other questions here, too.
Did Keaton’s character have the same Robin tragedy as Ben Affleck’s version?
We know that Ben Affleck has gone through so much pain by losing Robin.
Will Keaton have the same burden?
Ben Affleck’s Batman To Meet Michael Keaton In The Flash Movie
Moreover, did Keaton’s Batman even have a sidekick in his universe?
In the Keaton universe, Batman Forever (1995) and Batman and Robin (1997) didn’t happen.
We never saw an actual Robin in Keaton’s Batman films.
But in Batman v Superman, we did see that Robin’s costume is in display with spray painted words “HA HA HA, joke’s on you, Batman.”
Did Keaton’s Batman have friends that he could rely unto like Affleck’s since he had the Justice League?
Or did Keaton face everything on his own?
Will this come into their conversation?
I do look forward to see them together and hear what both versions of Bruce Wayne will say to each other.