Live Action "Batman Beyond" starring Michael Keaton, Donald Glover, & Mark Hamill.

Live Action "Batman Beyond" starring Michael Keaton, Donald Glover, & Mark Hamill.

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Caleb Wilczynski started this petition to Warner Brothers and

The DC Universe is in shambles right now, and poor decisions have been made on past Batman films. In order to restore the faith in Batman and the DCU, it is proposed to give the people something great. That something is a live-action "Batman Beyond" film and potential trilogy, and it can be done separately from the recent & planned films. 

What is Wanted & Reason for Petition:
To force Warner Bros. & others with the power to spend money making a great live-action "Batman Beyond" film with the following requirements.

What Is Required:
Old Batman (Bruce Wayne) to be played by Michael Keaton.
Young Batman (Terry McGinnis) to be played by Donald Glover.
Old Joker, and main villain of the first movie, to be played by Mark Hamill.
Directed by Tim Burton.
The first film to be written by Judd Winick, writer of "Batman: Under the Red Hood".
Terry McGinnis's father to be played by Johnny Depp.
Old Harley Quinn to be played by Helena Bonham Carter.
Barbara Gordon played by Alicia Silverstone.
Terry McGinnis's younger brother, later to be Robin, is TBD and in a later film.
Daughter of Harley Quinn & Joker is TBD and in a later film.

Example plot beginning, and not required:
Terry's (Donald Glover) mother dies during a heist by the Joker when he is very young, and he has mostly been raised by his stepfather (to be played by Johnny Depp as a recurring role in the films). Starting college away from home and bent on revenge, Terry seeks out Joker and his gang. In the midst of all this, he is picked up by Bruce Wayne and begins to train as Batman. The climax is when they face Joker, and Bruce Wayne is forced to kill him. The film ends with the daughter of Joker picking up his mantle.

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