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Jonah Hill is in negotiations to play the Riddler in Matt Reeves’ “The Batman,” an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap.Robert Pattinson is set to star as the Dark Knight. Reeves took over the directing gig after Ben Affleck stepped away from the role. Affleck was also expected to play Batman again but then said he would be hanging up the cape for good. Reeves has since described the film as a “defining” and “very personal” story about the Dark Knight, rather than an origin story in the vein of Frank Miller’s beloved “Year One” series.For months now, reports have said Hill was the frontrunner to play the antagonist the Penguin. The character first made his appearance in “Detective Comics 58” in December 1941 — he is one of Batman’s biggest enemies, a Gotham City mobster and crime boss. The Riddler first appeared in “Decective Comics 140” in October 1948 and is a criminal mastermind in Gotham City who likes to incorporate riddles and puzzles into his schemes. He is also one of Batman’s biggest foes.In live-action, the Riddler was played by Frank Gorshin on the 1960s “Batman” tv series, and by Jim CarreyAlso Read: Robert Pattinson Lands Lead Role in Matt Reeves' 'The Batman'Reeves wrote the screenplay and is also producing alongside Dylan Clark. Michael E. Uslan is executive producing.Hill most recently starred in “The Beach Bum” and directed and wrote “Mid90s.” He also served as an executive producer on “Good Boys.” He will next serve as a producer on “The Ballad of Richard Jewell.”Also Read: Jonah Hill's 'Mid 90s' Posts Big Debut at Indie Box OfficeHe is represented by Narrative, WME and LBI Entertainment.‘”The Batman” will be released on June 25, 2021.Read original story ‘The Batman': Jonah Hill in Talks to Play Riddler At TheWrap
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