Barbarian director reveals Batman Spinoff for DC movies

barbaric Director Zach Cregger is enjoying his new horror movie at the helm of the opening weekend, but his plans for the future extend all the way to the DC Films Universe. In a new interview for Barbarian’s release, Zach Cregger talks about what he’s working on next: One of the projects is a new “more ambitious” and “weirdest” horror movie than Barbarian; The other is a movie “set in the DC Universe,” and it will be “the next thing to Batman.”

Apparently, Krieger is not doing this on a hilarious whim: he said Bloody-Disgusting’s Boo Cro podcast That this Batman movie is something very close and dear to him: “I wrote it and I’m totally obsessed with it. So someday…I want to do it.”

No further details on what the project is or what Batman characters it focused on. Likewise, there is no real indication of how close or far away the Cregger movie will actually be considered by DC Films.

Zach Cregger is just starting out as a major director of feature films but in the landscapes of the recent Batman movie series, that doesn’t mean he’s out of the race. It was Warner Bros. And DC Films is willing to take chances in something like Todd Phillips’ Joker – the kind of project someone like Zach Cregger could definitely handle. Matt Reeves The Batman expands into an entire universe with Penguin and Arkham Asylum TV sub-programs – so once again, there’s plenty of room for a rookie director to get involved in a “Batman Next door” type project.

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DC Comics’ current Batman line has also opened up a number of new possibilities for what the Batman brand’s movie projects could be. Pat’s family of supporting characters offers any number of fun possibilities; There are chapters of Batman’s life that are told in an amazing way (Batman: The Knight); Characters like Jim Gordon and Joker have come out with their own story arcs that expand the scope of the DC underworld. Not to mention the many popular non-canon Batman stories still waiting for a live adaptation.

One thing is for sure: Barbarian is such a unique horror movie experience that watching Cregger on a DC project would be interesting, at least.

More: Zach Cragger’s Barbarian (review)


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