Re: should batman appear in the MOS sequel?
They already announced the film as an MoS sequel - even if it's not expressly referred to as being such in their official press release, everything I've seen concerning the actual announcement at Comic-Con indicates that they were very much treating it as being the MoS sequel - so why would they reverse course?
Originally Posted by metaphysician
"harm" is not the same thing as "stuff we don't like."
"Despair is for people who know beyond any doubt what the future is going to be. Nobody's in that position. So despair is not only a kind of sin - theologically - it's also a simple mistake, because nobody actually knows." - Dr. Patrick Curry
"There is no "supposed to be." It's an adaptation, a word that literally means change. Why bother making a new version if it doesn't offer a fresh approach?" - Christopher L. Bennett