The roister of the DC’s Dark Knight was at it’s peak; a day to commemorate the Caped Crusader. As the day was rolling and appreciation for the DC comic widely loved superhero was pouring in, director Matt Reeves too joined the bandwagon.
Reeves Twitted about Batman’s 80th Birthday. He posted a snap of Bat-signal proudly glowing on the side of a building in London, captioned “Happy #BatmanDay from London!” though it’s an old image from Warner Bros. PR, his emotions came through with the post.
Fans queried Matt about the upcoming Batman series as he will be at the helm of the next batman feature that will star Robert Pattinson in the iconic role. Matt will not reveal any updates anytime soon.
Batman Day is the day to Roister on the arrival of the splendid Caped Crusader, who protect people of Gotham for years, In DC Comics Universe decades ago. Every year, Bat-signal shines in various cities globally to officially begin the day and celebrate one of the most renowned superheroes ever. It is celebrated every year on September’s third Saturday.
This Year’s Celebration!
On 21st September, Batman’s Birthday was celebrated and held extra significance as it marked 80 years since crime-fighting vigilante’s first arrival in the DC Comics in the year 1939.
The first-ever comic featuring Batman was released in New York, 80 years ago. A comic and character that became and continues to remain every child’s favourite.
Matthew George Reeves is an American filmmaker. After several years working in film and television, Reeves made his cinematic directorial debut with The Pallbearer, starring David Schwimmer, Gwyneth Paltrow and Toni Collette.
Reeves and Abrams co-created the TV series Felicity, for which Reeves directed several episodes, including the pilot. Reeves has helmed occasional episodes of other television series, including Relativity and Homicide: Life on the Street, among others.