Keanu Reeves has stated he’d be up for playing an ‘older’ version of DC legend Batman.

He made these comments whilst on a press tour for the new animated film DC League of Super-Pets in which the actor voices Caped Crusader.

Keanu knows that ‘Pattison’s got Batman right now’ he’d be game to play the iconic DC superhero later down the line.

When speaking with Extra, the John Wick star said, “It’s always been a… it’s been a dream. Pattinson’s got Batman right now, and he’s doing awesome. Maybe down the road. Maybe when they need an older Batman.”

He also touched upon his excitement to voice Batman in the DC League of Super-Pets, “Just to be part of a project that Johnson and Kevin Hart are part of is awesome, and I got to play Batman.”

We like the other Keanu fans are super excited to know we may one day see him in the batsuit many have recently been unimpressed with the actor’s choice to start working with NFTs.

In June news got out that he had become an adviser for The Futureverse Foundation which is a charity that encourages artists to create NFTs.

A quick overview, TFF pushes artists to create work that can be sold in the metaverse and has shared their commitment to funding artwork that can be made into NFTs.

He commented on his new role in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter saying, “I am honoured to be joining Non-Fungible Labs’ efforts in cooperation with Alexandra Grant for the extraordinary program and opportunity of the Futureverse Foundation, in support of artists and creators globally.”

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