New Batman photos show Robert Pattinson in and out of the suit
As The Batman’s release draws closer, it looks like Warner Bros. please give fans new information drip, and luckily that is pretty nice information.
Batman is set to make another comeback on the big screen, and he looks better than ever, according to the interviewee. It’s hard to believe how long fans had to wait to see the iconic Batsuit afterwards The batman was originally announced. But now the avid audience has been positively aware of the images of the gritty new outfit, and here are a few more to add to the pile.
Don’t worry, though. This small batch of The batman photos contains more than a few new angles on the intimidating armor that has already had its day in the very dark spotlight. The collection also includes a new photo of Robert Pattinson’s Bruce Wayne / Batman sans Batsuit, not to mention a shrewd look at an unmasked Zoe Kravitz as Selina Kyle / Catwoman. People can say whatever they want from Matt Reeves’ upcoming story on the Batman story, but he really has a remarkable sense of style.
Empire just unveiled the new photos alongside magazine covers for their new issue focused on The batman. One cover features Pattinson in the already familiar Batsuit, saturated with deep red lighting. The other offers a fresh take on Kravitz’s Catwoman, bathed in a cooler, contrasting blue and red color scheme. Pattinson’s cover features the quote, “Even Alfred thinks he’s gone mad.” Meanwhile, Kravitz is not immune to the drama, as her cover includes an equally ominous statement, “we watch her become a femme fatale.”
Along with the covers, Empire also released a picture duo featuring Pattinson’s character. While one is a dark photo of him in his unique Batman outfit, the other shows the man without the suit. Pattinson can be seen in harsh but still low light, sporting a messy hairstyle and a casual (but dark, of course) outfit. Maybe this image is meant to show that Bruce Wayne is like everyone else: a brooding, goofy mess.
The batman will also feature Andy Serkis as the aforementioned Alfred, along with rather inspired casting choices like Colin Farrell as Oswald Cobblepot / The Penguin, Paul Dano as The Riddler, Jeffrey Wright as Commissioner Gordon and John Turturro as Mafia boss Carmine Falcone. It’s clear director Reeves has big ideas in mind to set his film apart from previous iterations of Batman as a character and story. So fans are understandably excited (and perhaps a little wary) about where this new release will go.
With the release of The batman getting closer and closer, there will surely be a lot of speculation between now and the release. So take out these crazy theories and let them breathe a little bit, because the time to share them is getting shorter and shorter.
The batman hits theaters on March 4, 2022, before airing on HBO Max 45 days later.
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Source: Empire (via Collider)
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