Batman teaser issues warning ahead of new DC Fandome trailer debuts this weekend

Today, DC released a new teaser for Robert Pattinson’s upcoming film The Batman ahead of the new trailer’s release at this weekend’s DC FanDome event. The teaser lives up to the name because it’s so short, but it gives an ominous sense of obscurity that we’ve been promised by this latest iteration of the Dark Knight, and features a lone bat signal projected in deep red. in the sky, while announcing the imminent arrival of the trailer on October 16 and is accompanied by the phrase “It is not just a signal, it is a warning”, which is said by Robert Pattinson in full Batman voice.


There are still some who expect Robert Pattinson’s version of the iconic superhero to miss the mark and fall short of the expectations put on him, but from the footage seen so far , there’s not much to suggest that the former Twilight star isn’t up to the task of bringing a new side to the character, which will be a much older version than any shown on the big screen. Based mostly around ‘second year’ of Bruce Wayne’s time as Batman and he won’t be the seasoned crime fighter who has been portrayed by Michael Keaton, Christian Bale, and Ben Affleck, but that doesn’t mean he will be. ‘he will’ I wouldn’t be in the middle of serious action sequences.

Robert Pattinson himself teased the in-store treats for fans at this week’s event while speaking to Variety a few weeks ago. He said, “Me and Zoe [Kravitz] do stuff. It’s a funny little thing. There are a lot of little surprises for this. However, like everyone else related to the movie, there was nothing else going on about the movie or what’s to come on Saturday, but we know that as well as the second trailer we are also going to find out more about it. plot information from Matt Reeves and the team, with great hopes of getting more details on the many villains that appear in the film.

There’s a lot of investment in The Batman before the movie even hits theaters, with the Gotham PD series . is already heading to HBO Max, which will focus on the work of Gotham’s best under the command of Commissioner Gordon, and also a strong hint that Warner Bros. has already given the green light to a sequel to The Batman . The film was always expected to form the basis for a new Batman universe and also to be the start of a new trilogy of films based on Pattinson’s caped crusader. On top of that, regular film scooper Daniel Richtman has confirmed that a spin-off series focused on Colin Farrell’s Penguin and has suggested that two more spin-off series are in development as well.


While that seems like a lot of confidence in an untested debut movie, Warner Bros. wanted to expand their DC Universe release on HBO Max and there are fewer screenings more likely to be a guaranteed hit than the one related to Batman. With a similar approach to James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad – which sees its Peacekeeper spinoffs are all drawing attention to DC FanDome ahead of its January release – with plenty of spinoffs currently under discussion for a future deployment to the platform. form of streaming. The Batman hits theaters March 4, 2022

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