On Saturday, DC Fandome unleashed the trailer of the most awaited movie of the year, The Batman featuring the Twilight star, Robert Pattinson. The stars’ intense fight scenes and outstanding acting make the upcoming movie the most adventurous yet torturous among the Batman series.

Check out the movie trailer here:

Even though the movie, which is directed by Matt Reeves, is yet to release on March 4, 2022, it features well-known stars pulling off in their new dark villain look.

The trailer showed Paul Dano as Riddler. While the crime boss, Penguin, played by Colin Farrell, and the Catwoman by Zoe Kravitz. To face the deadliest villains come, Jeffrey Wright, who played the role of Commissioner Gordon and his butler Andy Serkis.

In a recent movie-related interview, Pattinson said, “This version of Batman doesn’t have as much control over his personality,” and added, “The delineation between when he’s Batman and when he’s Bruce is not as clear as other iterations … I kind of really like this idea it’s a little bit out of control. He hasn’t completely defined what Batman is, but he gets lost in it. Whenever he’s putting it on every night, he’s not sleeping, and he’s becoming this quite sort of odd creature.”

While catching up with Kravitz and  Pattinson at DC Fandome, Reeves, the movie director, said he is currently working on finishing the movie. The first trailer was released last year at Fandome. However, due to the Covid situation, the movie’s release date got affected. He further made it clear that the upcoming movie is for movie theaters only and won’t be streaming on HBO Max streaming service, Warner Bros, for 45 days or more. 

However, the streaming service is working on two TV shows, of which one is rumored to be based on Gotham PD cops.

While The Batman movie hype is on the constant rise, Fandome unleashed sneak peeks and news of the upcoming TV shows and cartoons as well. Among them, one features Superman’s animated version but this time with a different motto, Harley Quinn, Aquaman, Peacemaker, the Flash, and many more.

The Batman movie will hit the cinemas on March 4, 2022, so stay tuned for more updates.