Original article: Robert Pattinson is slated to step into the shoes of Ben Affleck, Christian Bale, Michael Keaton and other good mid-next
Congratulations - a new generation of Batman in the movie world has officially begun, with the opening shot of the film The Batman in London, after quite a few delays and changes in the creative roster. Is there a chance for a product to stand in dignity alongside Christopher Nolan's famous trilogy?
The Batman is a first episode of a planned trilogy at Warner Bros. Studios for the renowned comic book hero, with reports this time emphasizing Bruce Wayne's abilities as an exemplary detective, true to the dark knight's origins in comic books, more than his abilities as a horror-fighter - and relationships Only partial to the central plot lines of the outlying cinematic universe DC Comics.
Robert Pattinson will be the one to play Bruce Wayne in the current version, with some seniority in Gotham's protective role but still younger than previous characters on the big screen - and will be joined by Andy Sarkis as Alfred, Zoe Kravitz as Selena Kyle and Catwoman, Geoffrey Wright as Supervisors Gordon and Colin Farrell, Paul Dunno and John Torturo as the bad guys Penguin, The Riddler and Carmine Falcon respectively.
The director will be in charge of Matt Reeves, who bought his world with the Cloverfield hit in 2008 and has since reinforced his good name with the pair of recent apes (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, War for the Planet of the Apes). Practical filming has already begun, as mentioned, but is waiting for The Batman another long way of editing until it is ready for the big stage - with a scheduled release date of June 25, 2021.
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updating: Now we also have a first photo from the set of photos - although not yet a picture of the actors themselves, but a picture from a tweet from the director that makes it clear that the journey to the next episode of Batman's plot has begun.