The Batman’s DC Fandome Trailer Emerges From The Shadows

Matt Reeves is now a director and has a new perspective on Gotham’s caped crusader. Batman, took center stage at DC Fandome with a look behind the scenes at the film’s production and the reveal of the second trailer.

Robert Pattinson portrays Batman in his early years as a crime fighter, drawing inspiration from The Batman Movie. Batman, Year OneComics. Reeves calls this one “a recluse rockstar living in a decaying house” and believes Pattinson is the best person to play the part before auditions or screen testing. Zoë Kravitz plays Selena Kyle (AKA Catwoman), who Reeves says had an attitude that was “so Selena” from the get-go. Kravitz said that Selena should feel real and not just an idea.

Prior iterations of big-screen Batmen have utilized fear to overcome their opponents, but this take feels more direct and unwavering in his actions. Bruce says in the trailer, “when that light hits the sky; it’s not just a call. It’s a warning. This is reinforced by the Terminator-esque car chase with Colin Farrel’s Oswald Cobblepot (who absolutely kills it from what we’ve seen so far) at the conclusion of the trailer, where Batman struts confidently/menacingly from an inferno towards the classic Gotham villain. 

Paul Dano plays The Riddler as Batman’s main foe. Jeffrey Wright plays James Gordon. Andy Serkis portrays Alfred Pennyworth. Peter Sarsgaard portrays Gil Colson. John Tuturro portrays Carmine Falcone. BatmanExclusively in Theaters: March 4, 2022

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