The Batman - Dark Trailer With Robert Pattinson As The Dark Avenger:

American superhero movie based on the DC Comics character of the same name "The Batman" is upcoming. The film is being produced by DC Film and distributed by Warner Bros.

Pictures and is a reboot of the Batman film franchise. The film is directed by Matt Reeves, who co-wrote the screenplay with Peter Craig. Release on October 1, 2021, in The USA

The work was recently resumed after a corona-related forced break and now Warner has gone one better for "The Batman" As part of the DC fandom, the first trailer with Robert Pattinson as the comic hero was published.

There is hardly a genre that dominates contemporary cinema as much as comic films. With "Avengers: Endgame", the most successful film in cinema history to date was only released in 2019,

And studios such as Disney and Warner have numerous hot irons in the fire with their brands Marvel and DC.

One of the most eagerly awaited projects is without a doubt "The Batman" - the reinterpretation of the iconic hero had to be postponed due to the corona crisis, but work can now continue, a first trailer has now been published.

In "The Batman" Matt Reeves sits on the director's chair, who is allowed to stage an exquisite cast. Also included are U. A. Zoë Kravitz as Catwoman, Colin Farrell as Penguin, Paul Dano as Riddler,

Andy Serkis as Alfred, Peter Sarsgaard as Gil Colson, John Turturro as Carmine Falcone and Jeffrey Wright as Jim Gordon see. And of course: Robert Pattinson as Bruce Wayne aka the eponymous Batman.

As director Matt Reeves revealed at the DC FanDome, a virtual event, just 25 per cent of the shooting was completed (via deadline).

Nonetheless, he wanted to give a first impression. According to the current plan, fans will be able to see in German cinemas from September 30, 2021, whether the result will keep what the trailer promises.

Matt Reeves Crime Drama The Batman 2021 - Young Bruce Wayne in DC parallel world:

Further details on the content were revealed or confirmed during the event. "The Batman" will not tell an origin story and thus will not show again how Bruce Wayne became a dark hero.

Instead, a young Batman is shown in his "second year" who is already active, but cannot yet see whether and what influence his actions have.

He will also make one or the other mistake while trying to uncover a huge corruption case that may have to do with his own family.

Other well-known comrades-in-arms and adversaries like the Penguin, Riddler or Catwoman will also appear at an early stage in their careers, in a way that has never been seen before.

After Christopher Nolan's "Dark Knight" trilogy and Ben Affleck's portrayal, "The Batman" will be the third reinterpretation of the crime fighter in a real-life version of this millennium (there is also "The LEGO Batman Movie"; the brief appearance of Bruce Wayne as Child in "Joker" is disregarded because he is not Batman yet).

"The Batman" is part of the DC multiverse:

In one, for example, the Wonder Woman played by Gal Gadot or Aquaman exist, while Pattinson's Batman is set on another earth, as DC film president Walter Hamada explained.

The Joker in the version by Joaquin Phoenix, on the other hand, has its very own world. They are all part of the so-called "multiverse" and in this way, different variants of characters can appear without affecting the other world.

Incidentally, "The Batman" is also being worked on a TV series that will take place a year before the events of the new film. It aims to shed light on corruption in Gotham City from the perspective of a police officer.

Matt Reeves Crime Drama The Batman 2021 Trailer:


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