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New Summary to "The Batman": This adventure expects Robert Pattinson as Dark Knight
What an adventure expects Robert Pattinson at its first appearance as a dark knight in " The Batman " by Director Matt Reeves ? A little bit about it, a new synopsis that is overwritten with the headline "it's not just a call ... it's a warning". © Warner Bros. New Summary to "The Batman": This adventure expects Robert Pattinson as Dark Knight We have the new synopsis translated below for you: It's not just a call ...
'The Batman' producer Dylan Clark says the makers of the new film are hoping to "beat" Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy.
Matt Reeves has directed the upcoming superhero blockbuster and Clark has revealed that the cast and crew are hoping to make it the best Batman movie ever, despite the acclaim for the Dark Knight trilogy that featured Christian Bale as the legendary superhero.
Clark told Empire magazine: "Batman is 80 years of blood. It's a thing that's so intense that when you say yes to it, you immediately feel, 'Oh s***, what have we done? How do we do this?'
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The Batman's Penguin-led spinoff series, which will debut on HBO Max, is moving in the right direction.Though his status was originally uncertain, it’s now been reported that Colin Farrell will reprise his role as Penguin in the upcoming show. According to Variety, Farrell will also serve as an executive producer on the project. So far plot details are mostly being kept under wraps, but the show will apparently focus on the lead character’s rise to the top of Gotham City’s criminal underworld. Behind the camera, Lauren LeFranc will pen the show, while Matt Reeves and Dylan Clark will serve as executive producers.
"I've said this to Chris Nolan directly: 'Look, we're trying to be the best Batman ever made, and we're going to try to beat you.'"
Robert Pattinson will portray the Caped Crusader in the new movie - which is set to be released next year and will focus on a young Bruce Wayne/Batman - but Matt confirmed that it will be different to Nolan's 2005 film 'Batman Begins', which explored how Bruce Wayne becomes the superhero.
The filmmaker said: "It isn't 'Batman Begins' again. We've seen a lot of great stories about Bruce Wayne witnessing his parents' murder and then trying to find a way to cope with that by perfecting himself into Batman.
"But I wanted to do a story where he's already been through the origins and does not know exactly how to be Batman. It is a Year Two story and I wanted you to connect to him. Not only as Bruce, but as Batman."
Reeves recently explained that Robert's take on Bruce Wayne has been inspired by the late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain.
He said: "When I write, I listen to music, and as I was writing the first act, I put on Nirvana's 'Something In The Way'.
"That's when it came to me that, rather than make Bruce Wayne the playboy version we've seen before, there's another version who had gone through a great tragedy and become a recluse. So I started making this connection to Gus Van Sant's 'Last Days', and the idea of this fictionalised version of Kurt Cobain being in this kind of decaying manor."
The Batman’s Matt Reeves Teases The Epic IMAX Version .
The Batman is nearly here, and it sounds like the IMAX version is awesome.After a year-long delay and a few COVID related setbacks, The Batman is nearly upon us. The trailers have helped buoy anticipation, showing off Matt Reeves’ bold vision for Gotham City and its inhabitants. The Planet of the Apes filmmaker recently got to screen the completed film in IMAX, and he seems thrilled about what the experience will be like for audiences.