In the newest teaser for The Batman
which debuted at DC Fandome on Saturday, Robert Pattinson delivers a punch. The intense acting and combat sequences make this film seem to be the grittiest, most tormented rendition of the caped crusader to ever grace the big screen.
The Batman is set to be released on March 4, 2022.
The new version on the iconic comic, directed by Matt Reeves, includes a variety of well-known villains given a grim new appearance. The Riddler is played by Paul Dano, Catwoman is played by Zoe Kravitz, and the Penguin is played by an indistinguishable Colin Farrell. They are opposed by Jeffrey Wright as Commissioner Gordon and Andy Serkis as devoted butler Alfred.
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Pattinson stated as he presented the video that this version of Batman “doesn’t have as much control over his personality.”
“The boundary between when he’s Batman and when he’s Bruce isn’t as obvious as it is in previous versions… I sort of like this concept, but it’s a little out of hand. He hasn’t fully defined Batman, but he gets lost in it. When he puts it on every night, he doesn’t sleep, and he’s turning into a strange monster.”
Reeves said that he is presently completing the project while talking with Pattinson and Kravitz at DC Fandome.
The first trailer for this Batman film was shown during last year’s Fandome, however due to a COVID interruption, the release date was pushed back. At the present, it is only scheduled for cinemas and will not be available on Warner Bros.’ streaming service HBO Max for at least 45 days thereafter. However, two Batman-related TV spin-off series are in the works for HBO Max, one of which allegedly centres on Gotham PD officers.
This solo version of the caped crusader should not be confused with numerous other incarnations of the character who are said to appear in The Flash, an upcoming film starring Ezra Miller as the scarlet speedster. That picture is intended to bring together a slew of classic and new superhero faces, including Ben Affleck as Batman from the Justice League flicks and Michael Keaton from Tim Burton’s Batman movie.
Teasers, news, and first-look previews of upcoming movies, TV programmes, games, and cartoons were revealed by Fandome.
Various live-action and animated versions of Superman (with a different motto), Aquaman, Harley Quinn, the Flash, Peacemaker, and others are also shown at Fandome.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson stars as the evil Black Adam in DC’s film slate. Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom is also in the works, with Jason Momoa and Amber Heard joining the cast.
Along with The Suicide Squad spin-off Peacemaker from James Gunn and John Cena on HBO Max, the CW’s Arrowverse series include Batwoman, The Flash, Superman & Lois, and Naomi, produced by Ava DuVernay. Animated titles include Batman: Caped Crusader, Aquaman: King of Atlantis, Harley Quinn, and the video game adaption Injustice, which has Superman as a villain. Gotham Knights and Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League are two DC games in development.
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