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The Batman Director Matt Reeves Shares First Look of Batmobile, Robert Pattinson’s Batsuit Also Shines
The Batmobile has a classic yet futuristic design to it with a throttling engine behind and red lights
The official first look of the Batmobile from The Batman, shared by Matt Reeves (Image Credit: Matt Reeves Twitter)
The Dark Knight fans have got another new reason to rejoice. Their anticipation levels are being tested again and again, by the makers of upcoming DC superhero film. Gotham’s iconic hero will return in a new iteration portrayed by actor Robert Pattinson, next year.
Director Matt Reeves, on Wednesday, shared the official and first look of Batmobile from The Batman! Yes. The exclusive reveal was shared by the genius filmmaker himself, on his Twitter profile, giving the fans a big delight in the form of three awesome shots of the new Batmobile, and Pattinson’s Batsuit as well. He’s in the cape too, this time!
Coming back to the super great-looking batmobile, then it resembles the old, yet the fascinating design of 1955’s modified Lincoln Futura which was used in the 1960s Batman TV show. In the latest pictures, the red light can be seen shining from behind the car that is giving the whole vehicle a fantastic appearance while at the same time being amazing.
Matt Reeves’ The Batman will be out next year, on June 25, 2021, and there’s a whole year left for its grand arrival in theaters. But with each passing month, the new tease in the form of costume looks, batmobile pictures, and constant leaks from the script are driving the fans crazy.
Apart from Robert Pattinson being the Dark Knight aka Bruce Wayne, the movie will also star Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman, Paul Dano as The Riddler, Colin Farrell as The Penguin, Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth, and Jeffrey Wright as Commissioner Gordon.
Warner Bros. and DC are trying a new genre of films with every new movie being different from each other, like 2019’s Oscar-winning Joker, and Birds of Prey which was released earlier this year. Although there’s no possibility of a connected universe like the MCU, DC will probably go for individual flicks with their own standalone stories. As of now, this is the apt way of describing its approach—being different.
Source: Matt Reeves/Twitter
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