“The Batman” writer-director Matt Reeves unveiled the first trailer for the film during the final panel for the DC FanDome event on Saturday.
‘The Batman:’ First Trailer Reveals Catwoman and the Riddler’s Deadly Game
The moody teaser, set to Nirvana’s “Something in the Way,” focuses mostly on the presence of the Riddler (Paul Dano), who is leaving a series of deadly teasers for the Batman and Commissioner Gordon (Jeffery Wright). It also reveals a few quick glimpses of Zoë Kravitz as Catwoman, provides the first full look of Pattinson in the Batsuit and driving the Batmobile. and underlines this Batman’s brutal approach to fighting crime as he beats the crap out of a low-level hoodlum to make a point.
In the board for the film, Reeves stated: “The Batman” won’t be a root story in essence. However, it begins in “Year Two” of Batman’s rise. Where Batman and a few other notable characters — Catwoman, the Riddler, and the Penguin (Colin Farrell) — are still in the beginning phases of their turn of events. In investigating the debasement at the core of the story, Batman likewise starts to reveal a bigger story of defilement inside the city. And how it might interface back to the incomprehensibly affluent and incredible Wayne family.
Reeves has been normally prodding looks at his film, beginning in February with a video of Pattinson wearing the Batsuit with a scrap of Michael Giacchino’s score for the film. Half a month later, video and photographs from the set released. Later of the Batcycle and a more complete gander at the Batsuit. And toward the beginning of March, Reeves tweeted an official first glance at the Batmobile.
The film needed to suspend creation because of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is set to begin recording again toward the beginning of September. Reeves said he had shot quite recently 25% of the film up until now. And the postponement pushed the official delivery date from June to Oct. 2021.
THE BATMAN Trailer | NEW (2021) Robert Pattinson, DC FanDome
The film likewise stars John Turturro, Peter Sarsgaard, Jayme Lawson, and Andy Serkis.
“The Batman” board topped off the principal wave of DC FanDome situations that developed in virtual boards for the duration of the day. The majority of them concentrating on Warner Bros. up and coming record of highlights dependent on DC Comics properties. A subsequent occasion to a great extent concentrating on TV will be hung on Sept. 12.