Matt Reeves found his charade for the movie The Batman, which will bring a new version of Batman to theaters. Actor Paul Dano, known for his roles in Little Miss Sunshine and Black Blood, was cast to live the villain. The information is from Warner, reproduced by The Hollywood Reporter.
Damage will join Robert Pattinson (Batman), Zoe Kravitz (Catwoman) and Jeffrey Wright (Commissioner Gordon) in the cast. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the damage character will be named Edward Nashton. Traditionally in comics, the Charada's secret identity is Edward Nygma, a man obsessed with puzzles and puzzles, whose ultimate goal is to show himself intellectually superior to Batman by deceiving him with one of his wildly criminal schemes.
Jonah Hill (The Wall Street Wolf) was in talks with the production to live the Riddle or another famous Batman comic book villain, the Penguin. However, yesterday we learned that the negotiations between the actor and Warner did not bear fruit.
The Batman will be written and directed by Matt Reeves, known as Cloverfield: Monster and the last two films of the Planet of the Apes saga. The premiere is scheduled for June 2021.
Damage will be the third actor to play the Charade in theaters. In 1966 Frank Gorshin lived the Batman villain, Batman, the big-screen version of the hero's TV series.
As early as 1995, Jim Carrey embodied the role in Joel Schumacher's Batman Eternally. On TV, Cory Michael Smith created a version of Gotham's Charade, which aired between 2014 and 2019.