Director Matt Reeves revealed the primary footage of The Batman, his unique tackle the Caped Crusader, at DC FanDome on Saturday. It’s our first take a look at Robert Pattinson as Bruce Wayne and the Dark Knight in motion, however that’s not all Reeves confirmed at FanDome as we speak.
The first The Batman trailer is a darkish, violent slice of the movie, exhibiting Batman unleashing vengeance on a gaggle of Gotham City lowlifes, whereas we hear The Riddler’s rhymes (and Nirvana’s “Underneath the Bridge”).
On Thursday, Reeves teased this weekend’s The Batman reveal with a take a look at the movie’s brand and a brand new piece of art work illustrated by DC Comics artist and chief inventive officer Jim Lee. Reeves and Warner Bros. have been providing glimpses of The Batman for months now, together with a digital camera check that includes Pattinson in cape and cowl, and set pictures of the extraordinarily muscular Batmobile. Now we’ve seen what Walter Hamada, Warner Bros. Pictures president of DC-based movie manufacturing, described earlier within the FanDome occasion as “Year Two Batman.”
The Batman is scheduled to hit film theaters on Oct. 21, 2021. Filming on the mission was suspended earlier this yr as a result of COVID-19-related issues, however is anticipated to renew in September.
Matt Reeves’ The Batman is a “noir-driven” unique story, in accordance with the director, who’s identified for this work on Cloverfield, Let Me In, and War for the Planet of the Apes. In addition to Pattinson, The Batman stars Zoë Kravitz as Selina Kyle/Catwoman, Jeffrey Wright as Commissioner James Gordon, Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth, Colin Farrell as The Penguin, and Paul Dano as The Riddler.
We’ll get much more live-action Batman on the silver display in 2022, with Warner Bros.’ upcoming film primarily based on The Flash. That movie will function a number of Batmans, with Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton confirmed to reprise their Bat-roles within the multiverse-focused flick.