Keanu Reeves Says He Is Open To Play Batman In A Live Action Film

Keanu Reeves is on board for playing a live action version of Batman, but he does have some stipulations.

The 57-year-old actor, who voices the caped crusader in DC League of Super-Pets, revealed to Extra that he’d only do it on one condition.

Keanu shared that he’s open to playing the character – as an older version – in the future.

“It’s always been a…it’s been a dream,” he said. “[Robert] Pattinson’s got Batman right now, and he’s doing awesome. Maybe down the road. Maybe when they need an older Batman.”

He also opened up about voicing the superhero in the new animated film.

“I have a small part in this film, a bit of a cameo,” Keanu explained. “But even at that — just to be part of a project that Johnson and Kevin Hart are part of is awesome, and I got to play Batman.”

DC League of Super-Pets is out in theaters on July 29.

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