The director of the movie “Batman”- Matt Reeves, disclosed the first trailer of the film On the Saturday event of DC fandom.
The Trailer adapted “Nirvana- Something In The Way” song and emphasizes the appearance of “Paul Dano” as Riddler. Who then plans to leave the traces of deadly series for Batman and “Jeffery Wright” as Commissioner Gordon in the movie.
The trailer also gives a sneak peek of Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman. Whereas Robert Pattinson in the Batsuit and Driving Batmobile and how he beats the crap out of the hooligans in the crime scene.
Theme Of The Movie
Director Reeves has specifically mentioned that the movie will not consist of its origin but rather it will include Batman’s emergence. In which Batman and many other characters such as – Catwoman, Riddler, and the penguin as “Collin Farrell” develop in their early stages.
Throughout the story of corruption, Batman comes across the larger story of corruption. It makes them question, the mysterious connection with Such a wealthy and powerful Wayne family.
Delay In The Production
Reeves has been successful in maintaining the suspense among the fans since February. In march Reeves officially re-tweeted the look of Batmobile.
Due to COVID -19 Pandemic, the Film had to suspend the production and soon it will start to continue from September. As far as the completion of the movie is concerned, Reeves said he had just shot only 25% of the movie so far. The official release date has been pushed until October 2021.
The movie concludes with iconic actors such as – John Turturro, Peter Sarsgaard, Jayme Lawson, and Andy Serkis.
Reeves is working with Terence winter on a TV series Named “Gotham PD”, which was planned a year before the event of Batman. Reeves said the panel would be focusing on a corrupt cop during the first year of the emergence of Batman in the Gotham city. HBO max agreed to pick up the show with commitment.
“The Batman” panel concluded the first DC FanDome event, by revealing in virtual panels throughout the show by mostly focusing on Warner Bros. A follow-up event is on September 12.