Looks like Warner Bros. is not-so-quietly putting it out there that they're once again looking to piece together a live-action 'Justice League' movie (possibly by 2013), and that scripts are not only in the works for that, but also for 'The Flash' and 'Wonder Woman,' despite the latter preparing to launch a new TV show. We'll be talking more about 'Justice League' in a little bit, but we wanted to drop some other big news to come out of this Hero Complex story on Jeff Robinov's plans for the future of DC superhero films at Warner Bros: Mainly, that they may look to reboot the Batman character following Christopher Nolan's 2012 trilogy-concluding 'The Dark Knight Rises.'
But even though Nolan will be leaving the franchise as its director, good news for fans out there is that he'll remain on as a producer with his partner (and wife) Emma Thomas. Robinov freely admitted that they'll need to "reinvent" Batman after this third film, adding, "Chris Nolan and [producing partner and wife] Emma Thomas will be producing it, so it will be a conversation with them about what the next phase is."
It's great that Nolan will be involved in whatever that next Batman phase is, though fans probably don't want another straight reboot/origin story. We assume that this new, re-invented Batman will fit into their 'Justice League' universe -- and we assume they'll want Nolan to help out with that as well -- but what do you think the best plan of action will be for Batman going forward?