As one of the most fascinating characters in pop culture, Batman has won several movies throughout his history. 

The role is very well established in live-action productions, with three actors 

wearing the mask simultaneously in theaters: Ben Affleck, Robert Pattinson, and Michael Keaton.

In an interview with Extra to promote his performance as Batman in DC's Super-Pets League, Keanu Reeves commented

on the possibility of playing a live-action Batman. The actor stated that it would be a "dream" to play the iconic DC Comics superhero. Check it out below:

"It's always been a dream, but [Robert] Pattinson has Batman now and he's doing really well, so maybe in the future. Maybe when they need an older Batman."

It's worth noting that Reeves almost lived the Dark Knight in 1995's Batman Eternally, when Joel

Schumacher took over from Tim Burton as director, resulting in Keaton's departure from the franchise. 

Since then, Reeves has expressed regret that he missed the opportunity to wear the mantle of the hero.