Matt Reeves Has Signed A New Overall Deal With Warner Bros. TV
As the writer, producer and director on The Batman, Matt Reeves has been working with Warner Bros’ film studio–now, he’s moving his overall deal for TV content from 20th Century Fox to Warner Bros, THR reports.
Reeves, along with his production studio, 6th and Idaho, will create and develop television projects for Warner Bros. TV destined for various platforms, including WarnerMedia’s new streaming service HBO Max. Reeves currently has an exclusive first-look deal with Netflix for feature films.
Reeves’ past TV projects include WB’s Felicity, The Passage on Fox, Tales From The Loop for Amazon, Relativity, and Gideon’s Crossing. He was in pre-production on an NBC pilot for Ordinary Joe, a passion project for Reeves since 2006, before the COVID-19 pandemic shut productions down worldwide.
Production on The Batman is currently paused, despite having the greenlight to resume filming in the UK. Even with the uncertain production schedule, the film has been given a release date of October 1, 2021. You can check out everything else we know about Reeves’ upcoming film here, from pictures of the costume and Batmobile to details on the plot and cast.
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