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Will Michael Keaton still be Batman after ‘Batgirl’ cancellation?
The Post broke the story Tuesday that the mostly completed DC film wouldn’t hit theaters or stream on HBO Max.The “Birdman” actor previously donned the black leather suit as Bruce Wayne/The Caped Crusader in Tim Burton’s 1989 flick “Batman” and its 1992 sequel, “Batman Returns.”However, due to the canceled movie, Keaton will possibly have a diminished role in the DC universe in upcoming projects.The Hollywood Reporter revealed on Wednesday that his character was “at the center” of a big action sequence in “Batgirl.”The outlet also noted how Keaton’s Batman is an important part of next year’s Ezra Miller-fronted movie “The Flash.” Sources then added that he also filmed shots for the forthcoming “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.”The “Aquaman” sequel was supposed to debut before “The Flash,” thus explaining how Keaton’s iteration of Batman was central to the current DC storylines.Ben Affleck — who took over the role of Bruce Wayne/Batman in 2016’s “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” and 2017’s “Justice League” — is back for the ocean-filled sequel.The Post reported on Tuesday that test audiences were allegedly “confused” about how Keaton’s Batman fit into “Aquaman 2.”Leslie Grace, J.K. Simmons, Jacob Scipio and Brendan Fraser were also set to star in “Batgirl” alongside Keaton.The cast was “humiliated” by Warner Bros.
Jason Sudeikis, Kevin Costner and More of Television's Highest Paid Stars' Salaries Revealed
A-list movie stars moving over to television for episodic projects, the high-end of TV paychecks are only getting bigger!While it used to be news when sitcom stars like Charlie Sheen, the cast of, the stars of and others renegotiated contracts to get $1 million per episode, that sort of financial commitment used to be based on the performance of the show itself.However, with Oscar-winners lending their talents — and their prestige — to gritty dramas and award-worthy limited series orders, some stars are taking home million-dollar salaries for their first or second seasons, before the show's even had a chance to establish itself.Recently, broke down some of the astronomical paychecks TV stars are earning, and the numbers are surprising.According to the report, Kevin Costner is possibly the highest-paid actor on TV, taking home $1.3 million per episode for his performance in It's a number only rivaled by Mahershala Ali, who is reportedly getting around $1.3 million for his role on, which is set to air on Hulu and has not yet premiered.Meanwhile, Elisabeth Moss has also moved into the highest ranks of paycheck earners for her new series for Apple TV+, taking home $1.1 million. Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren are also taking home big bucks, earning $1 million per episode for their roles in the prequel series Michael Keaton is reportedly earning the same for his award-winning performance in Hulu's drama miniseries, as is Sylvester Stallone for his role in the upcoming series.
Yellowstone's Kevin Costner leads highest paid stars on TV by raking in $1.3 M PER EPISODE
The salaries of TV's biggest stars were revealed on Wednesday.Kevin Costner, 67, who stars as patriarch John Dutton on Paramount Network's hit show Yellowstone, shared the top spot withMahershala Ali, 48, from The Plot (currently in pre-production), with both stars raking ina whopping $1.3million per episode according to Variety.Right on their heels - earning $1million per episode - wasSylvester Stallone (Tulsa King), Michael Keaton (Dopesick), Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren (1923),Will Ferrell andPaul Rudd (The Shrink Next Door), and Jason Sudeikis (Ted Lasso). The big bucks:Kevin Costner, 67, was revealed to be one of the highest earning TV stars, ranking in $1.3M per episode for starring on Paramount Network's hit show Yellowstone Highest Paid TV StarsKevin Costner - $1.3m (Yellowstone)Mahershala Ali - $1.3m (The Plot)Michael Keaton - $1m (Dopesick)Harrison Ford andHelen Mirren -$1m (1923)Will Ferrell andPaul Rudd -$1m (The Shrink Next Door)Jason Sudeikis - $1m (Ted Lasso)Sylvester Stallone -$1m (Tulsa King)Elizabeth Olsen - $875k (Love and Death)Anne Hathaway and Jared Leto - $750k (We Crashed)Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne -$750k (Platonic)Brie Larson - $750k (Lessons in Chemistry)Natasha Lyonne - $500k (Poker Face)Elizabeth Moss -$500k (Shining Girls)David Harbour and Winona Ryder - $450k (Stranger Things)Angela Bassett - $450k (9-1-1)Peter Krause - $350k (9-1-1)Matt Bomer - $300k (Fellow Travelers)Jonathan Bailey - $225k (Fellow Travelers)Tom Hopper, David Castañeda, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Robert Sheehan, Aidan Gallagher and Justin H.
Britney Spears reveals Michelle Pfeiffer's portrayal of Catwoman was the best
Britney Spears uploaded a short clip from the 1992 film, Batman Returns, onto her Instagram earlier on Tuesday.The pop singer, 40, shared the the iconic scene of Michelle Pfeiffer fully becoming Catwoman, revealing she thinks the actress's depiction of the character has been the best.The performer explained in her caption that their have been a variety of stars that have stepped into the shoes of Catwoman, but, 'honestly I don’t think anyone can come even close to that scene alone.' 'One and only Pfeiffer!': Britney Spears, 40, shared a tribute post to Michelle Pfeiffer, 64, and her iconic Catwoman scene from Batman Returns (1992)The singer explained that Michelle is, 'the most charming...sexy...and alluring woman...this scene is probably the hottest scene I've ever seen in my life!!!' Britney then typed out saying that although she hasn't had the chance to meet the Scarface actress in person, she appreciated the star's portrayal of the character.'The disaster she exposes before the gates of hell are revealed in anticipation and biting down at its best,' the Toxic hitmaker typed out. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Britney Spears (@britneyspears) Iconic: Michelle Pfeiffer is pictured as Catwoman in classic superhero flick Batman Returns (1992)Alongside Michelle, Batman Returns starred Michael Keaton as Batman, Danny DeVito as Penguin, and Christopher Walken as Max Shreck.