After Steele staked his claim to fame by scoring a role in the hit HBO show “Westworld,” it was only natural for the actor to be the subject of some speculation about his future plans.
But when the actor was asked whether he would consider a return to the big screen in 2018, the actor responded with a resounding no.
Stebbups comments come on the heels of the release of his upcoming feature film “Gotham Steel,” which will star Matthew McConaughey and Nicole Kidman as the iconic superheroes of the 1980s and 1990s.
The film will also mark Stebbs first film since 2013’s “Iron Man 3.”
Stebbs is a leading contender to be cast in “GOTHAM STEEL”The actor is set to reprise his role as Bruce Wayne/Batman in the film, which opens in theaters in 2019.
In an interview with Deadline, Stebbing said he was “really excited” to be back on the bigscreen.
“I’ve had a couple of years of very good and bad experiences with the business of being a movie star, and now I have a chance to be a part of something that is going to bring people to the theater, to be able to see what I’ve done over the last 20 years, and to have a really great and fun movie experience, and that I love,” he said.
Stable, which was shot over a five-week period, is being produced by Michael Bay, and will be directed by Mark Miller.
“Goths” is based on the character of Tony Stark/Iron Man, who was one of the most iconic super heroes of all time.
He became famous for his adamantium-enhanced suit, which he used to protect his home and people from threats, including alien invaders.
Stabber, who has appeared in movies such as “The Godfather,” “The Matrix” and “The Avengers,” will reprise the role as Batman.
In the interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Stable talked about his upcoming film, calling it “a big deal” and noting he has had “a lot of conversations with [Michael] Bay and the team and I think it’s a big, big deal.”
“It’s a little bit of a long shot to go back, but I’d love to be in it, if that makes sense,” he added.