How Can The Batman Get Even Darker? | DC FanDome 2021

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With DC FanDome 2021 giving us a brand new trailer for The Batman, IGN discusses the dark direction director Matt Reeves is taking the Dark Knight in this new Batman movie releasing in 2022. The Batman starring Robert Pattinson as Bruce Wayne aka Batman appears to be a dark and violent noir film featuring a hot-headed Batman learning to become a more focused detective. He meets Selina Kyle aka Catwoman (Zoe Kravitz) who has a lot in common with him, but she finds herself unsettled by his violent methods. Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy seemed dark at the time, but The Batman from Matt Reeves seems to be taking it even further. The organized crime is seedier with Oz aka the Penguin (Colin Farrell) and the villain is scarier with Edward Nashton aka the Riddler (Paul Dano). We discuss everything revealed in the new Batman trailer from DC FanDome and share our thoughts on where the Bat-franchise is going from here in the DCEU. And we even weigh in on whether those gang members with the painted faces could be linked to the Joker.

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