After months of Twitter-teases and casting announcements, director Matt Reeves has finally debuted some footage from his upcoming movie, The Batman--and it looks incredible. The movie may only be about 25% completed, but it's on track to resume filming soon, but in the mean time, this clip has us totally on board.
DC's FanDome event has been a non-stop rollercoaster of news and announcements. But the virtual convention was topped off by what many would consider to be the most anticipated event of the day: A first-look at the new Batman film by Matt Reeves. More than just concept art or behind-the-scenes sneak peeks, Reeves brought a full two-minute teaser trailer for The Batman.
With an eerie Nirvana song to set the tone, The Batman is already delivering on Reeves' promise to be unlike any Batman movie we've seen before. It will dive into the Dark Knight's second year under the cowl and feature the "origin story" of some major players from comic book history like The Penguin, The Riddler, and Catwoman. Reeves has emphasized that it will look more into Bruce's work as the World's Greatest Detective than Batman as a symbol of hope or peace.
We've broken the teaser down frame-by-frame to uncover 22 details and clues you might have missed for the movie.
The Batman is set to hit theaters on October 1, 2021.