The Batman: 'First Trailer reveals Catwoman and the Riddler's Deadly

Batman writer and director Matt Reeves unveiled the film's first trailer during the final session of the DC FanDome event on Saturday.

The moody teaser, set in Nirvana's "Something in the Way", focuses more on the presence of Riddler (Paul Dano), who leaves a series of fatal harassment of Batman and Commissioner Gordon (Geoffrey Wright). He also reveals some quick glimpses of Zoƫ Kravitz as Catwoman, introduces Pattinson's first complete appearance in a Batsuit costume and drives a Batmobile, and underscores Batman's brutal approach to fighting crime as it beats the crap of a low-key prankster. Make the point.

In the film's billboard, Reeves said that "Batman" won't be an original story in and of itself, but that it begins in the "second year" of Batman's debut, as Batman and several other notable characters - Catwoman, Riddler, and the Penguin (Colin Farrell) - are still in the early stages. From their development. In exploring the corruption at the heart of the story, Batman also begins to reveal a larger story of corruption within the city, and how it can relate once again to the rich and powerful Wayne family.

Just before the painting came out, Warner Bros. Also a series of first pictures of Pattinson as Bruce Wayne and Batman from the movie.

Reeves has regularly teased glimpses of his movie, beginning in February with a video of Pattinson wearing a Pattinson suit with an excerpt from Michael Giacchino's score for the film. A few weeks later, videos and photos from the group were later leaked from the Batcycle and a more complete look at Batsuit, and in early March Reeves tweeted their first official look at the Batmobile.

The film was forced to suspend production due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and filming is set to begin again in early September. Reeves said he's only filmed 25% of the film so far, and the postponement pushed back the official release date from June to October 2021.

The film stars John Tortoro, Peter Sarsgard, Jimmy Lawson and Andy Serkis.

Reeves is also working with Terence Winter (The Sopranos) on the "Gotham PD" spin-off TV series set a year before the events of "The Batman". At the hearing, Reeves said the show will focus on a corrupt cop during the first year of Batman's debut in Gotham City. HBO Max chose the show to commit to a series.

Batman's Billboard "culminated in the first wave of DC FanDome events that unfolded in virtual panels throughout the day, most of them focused on the upcoming feature list from Warner Bros. based on DC Comics' characteristics. A follow-up event heavily focused on TV will take place on September 12th."

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