Pattinson Observes Gotham City in the Batman Trailer Image
A new image from the next Batman trailer been posted by director Matt Reeves. On March 4, 2022, a new Batman film based on DC Comics’ legendary Caped Crusader will be released in theaters. With Robert Pattinson taking on the role for the first time, Zo Kravitz playing Catwoman, Jeffrey Wright playing Commissioner Gordon and Colin Farrell portraying the Penguin, The Riddler will be played by Paul Dano.
DC FanDome 2021, a global live stream fan event, will debut the new trailer. At 10 a.m. PST on November 16, the DC Kids FanDome will take place, followed by the main event, which will feature stars and creators from throughout the DC world, including cinema, television, comics and video games. All three actors, Matt Reeves, Robert Pattinson, and Zo Kravitz, have confirmed their appearances, and there will almost doubt be many more announcements and surprises in addition to the teaser.
Matt Reeves has just offered fans a look at a new still ahead of the imminent release of The Batman’s trailer. He tweeted a photo with the caption, “Selfie.” “Hello and welcome to the morning from the city of Gotham. #DCFanDome is this Saturday, and I can’t wait to share more with you….” Stills from the film’s Gotham City have surfaced online, showing Robert Pattinson with a cowl on a rooftop. See the picture below:
The Batman’s plot is still mostly a mystery. So far, the only thing we know about Robert Pattinson’s Batman is that he’s in his second year of defending Gotham Metropolis and still has ideas for improving the crime-ridden city. There’s nothing new to see here, but fans will get a better idea of Matt Reeves’ vision for the picture, who previously directed Cloverfield and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: Part II.
At first glance, this still looks like any other recent Batman film in which the character appears. This trailer’s sneak look, on the other hand, provides plenty of information. Also, notice how much more orange-hued this image is compared to current Batman movie’ color scheme. Dark Knight trilogy director Christopher Nolan used cool blues and light greys, but Zack Snyder’s introduction to Ben Affleck’s Batman used charcoal greys and blacks in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. It’s been a long time since we’ve seen a warm and bright Batman image, so it’ll be interesting to see if Matt Reeves sticks with this aesthetic for the whole of the film.