The Batman Trailer: Robert Pattinson Goes Dark

On Saturday, 16th October 2021, the makers of “The Batman” premiered a completely new trailer at DC FanDome, revealing the exquisite peek at Robert Pattinson’s portrayal of the Dark Knight and vowing a rougher, rawer rendition of Gotham’s Caped Crusader than in any other movie to date.

The Batman vows to reveal not only the formative life of Batman’s career as a saviour, but also a number of many other villains and allies, notably Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman, Jeffrey Wright as James Gordon, Andy Serkis as Alfred, and Colin Farrell as The Penguin.

The Riddler, played by Paul Dano, is seen briefly in the video, although his face is obscured. There were other scenes in which Pattinson was shown engaging in hand-to-hand combat with his opponents.

This time apparently, wealthy Bruce Wayne is empowering his dual identity, Batman, to use brutal tactics to combat the threat of a ruthless murderer infatuated with him. Zoe Kravitz, who plays Selina Kyle aka Catwoman, joins him in his quest for vengeance.

The Batman Trailer:

In the 2 minutes 38 seconds trailer, the film deserves credit for raising the “dark” factor with plenty of violence. In the video, which depicts Gotham City draped in darkness and permanently viewed in a grey colour, the Cape Crusader packs a powerful punch and much more. 

At the opening of The Batman trailer, Jim Gordon and Gotham PD apprehend Riddler, who appears to have been attempting to attract the eye of either Bruce Wayne or Batman or both, as demonstrated by Paul Dano’s side profile. When the cops come, a man we only see from behind sits at a dining countertop sipping a mug of coffee, as shown in the trailer. He raises his arms, they smash him against the table to imprison him, and as he is led away, we notice the Riddler’s signature in the foam of the coffee he left behind: a question mark.

Afterwards, Batman appears to be visiting Riddler in what appears to be Arkham Hospital, where Riddler is chained and behind glass. During that scenario, Batman yells at Riddler and smashes the window. “What have you done?” Batman appears to be saying, but his speech is a little distorted due to the evident Batman tone.

The Batman Trailer Robert Pattinson Goes Dark
The Batman Trailer Robert Pattinson Goes Dark

In regards to Batman’s voice, viewers got a taste of it in the first teaser for The Batman, which debuted in summer 2020 and included Batman saying “vengeance.” Robert Pattinson spills more and more in the second teaser for The Batman, giving fans a complete picture of who the Dark Knight is. 


Well, the end will undoubtedly leave you in a state of bliss! Batman will emerge in his car from the blaze, ready to wreak his vengeance whilst the deadly tunes are playing in the background.

During DC FanDome 2020, the first trailer for The Batman movie was shown, providing the first peek at Pattinson’s Batman look and Wright’s Jim Gordon, as well as announcing Riddler would be the primary adversary. Unfortunately, the DC film had not yet finished production at the time, and the quantity of material accessible to edit the trailer was restricted. The second teaser was anticipated to debut at this year’s event, according to Warner Bros.’ DC FanDome 2021 announcements. The Batman finished filming in the time, providing Reeves with a lot more material to work with while putting together the second trailer.

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“The Batman,” produced by Reeves and Dylan Clark, was supposed to hit theatres on October 1, 2021. However, after multiple significant delays to Covid-19, Warner Bros. has finally set March 4, 2022, as the release date for “The Batman”. 

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