Director Matt Reeve’s ‘The Batman’ with Robert Pattinson in lead is the most anticipated and at the top of the interNet today, everyone wants to know about the movie cast, Story, Air date. Since its first announcement got down, speculation is rife about the possible plot for the movie. Ardent fans and casual onlookers alike understand Reeve’s take will not just be another ‘by-the-book’ iteration of the caped crusader.
WHEN IS THE BATMAN OUT IN CINEMAS?
The Batman is set to US cinemas on October 1 2021. Its original release date of 25 June has been Delays because of the Coronavirus Pandemic.
WHAT WILL BE THE BATMAN’S WORKING TITLE?
Following daily recent listings on the website Production Weekly, The Batman’s working title as it heads into production is currently Vengeance.
Robert Pattinson as the Batman, but till now we don’t have the name of Pattinson’s character, if any detail gets down we’ll update about it.
The actor has been working with Brazilian Jiu-Jutsu red and black belt athlete Rigan Machado, who has worked with the likes of Vin Diesel, Ashton Kutcher, and Charlie Hunnam in the past.
While discussing his idea of a noir Batman, Matt Reeves told THR, ”There’s something in there that feels very psychological, very emotional, and it felt like there was a way of exploring that along with the corruption in Gotham.” Reeves who is also producing a spin-off HBO Max series based on Gotham wants to explore the initial years of Bruce Wayne as a detective and coming terms with his loss.
He explains, ”Like this guy, he’s majorly struggling, and this is how he’s trying to rise above that struggle. It’s that whole idea of the shadow self and what’s driving you, and how much of that you can incorporate, and how much of it you’re doing that you’re unaware of.”
In another interview with SFX, Actor Colin Farrel who is playing the role of ‘The Penguin, Further confirms the director’s vision.
He also said, ”I have been watching the Batman films with my kids, but this script is something that feels incredibly original. It leans into it but it doesn’t borrow: it’s born of the mythology of that character, Bruce Wayne, Batman, and Gotham. Further talking about the treatment of the character, Ferrell affirms Reeves has done an incredible job of ‘keeping it (Batman) familiar yet unique and new.’ ”it feels like a treatment and a version that I hadn’t seen before.”