Ben Affleck's "Batman" reboot has been attracting a lot of interest from fans worldwide. The film is expected to go on floors post the two-part "Justice League" movies, so there's some time before any official synopsis for the film is released.
Earlier rumours around the plot of the film indicated that it will revolve around the deceased Robin's storyline and will be heavily inspired by the DC comic books, "Death in the Family" and "Under The Red Hood," but a latest rumour-based report by Birth.Movies.Death debunks those speculations and adds that the reboot will be a "definite Batman film" with plenty of villains.
"It's going to be crammed with Bat villains, which means that just about every major bad guy you've ever wanted to see in a movie will be in this movie." The site adds, citing sources, that "Affleck and Geoff Johns [Chief Creative Officer at DC Comics], who has been working with him on the film, want to make the definitive Batman film. They want to tell the ultimate Batman story, and to do so they're going to bring in all the big guns. They're going to have a big, sprawling Bat universe already in place."
It remains to be seen if some of these villains spill over from "The Justice League" and "Suicide Squad." If the new rumour turns out to be true, we shouldn't expect full-fledged appearances from all the bad guys. After all, Warner Bros. wouldn't want to end up with a mess like "Spider-Man 3."