Filmmaker Matt Reeves is taking on the responsibility of revitalizing the Batman film franchise after the failure of the Justice League.
How Audience perceived Spoilers of The Batman
The initial thing audiences heard is that while The Batman will be set early in Bruce Wayne‘s profession of a costumed vigilante, it’ll not be a story of origin.
Whether we will see those pearls hit the ground or not is anybody’s guess. We are betting a yes since it’s a movie with Batman in it even if the Dark Knight’s origin story won’t be the primary focus of the film.
The film will reportedly take place in the second year of Batman’s career, and visual elements of the sets, costumes, which were seen by set spies, line up all the things starting from the Court of Owls to The Zero Year and ending on the old Adam West Batman series.
Director’s say on the Movie
The movie will also feature a large number of Batman’s villains, although it seems that the most prominent ones in the main story are Catwoman, The Penguin, and Carmine Falcone.
“I aspired to do not an origin tale. But a tale, such that we would still be able to learn his origins,” Reeves told Nerdist.
“Similar to this guy. He’s majorly striving, and how he’s trying to rise above that struggle. But that doesn’t mean, you know that he even fully understands. It’s the whole idea not only of the self-shadow or how much of it you can consolidate but also of doing something that you are uninformed of.”
Storyline would revolve around?
The idea appears to be depicting an early formative story.
Takes Batman from the initial years of proto-version that resembles in things like Batman: Year One and Gotham. Elevating him to the superheroic model that we perceive in the films and comics like Justice League and Batman.
The Batman will star Pattinson, which will show some of his initial years as a vigilante evil in Gotham City.
The main cast includes Farrell as Penguin/Oswald Cobblepot, Zoe Kravitz, as Catwoman/Selina Kyle. Also, Jeffrey Wright as James Gordon, Colin Paul Dano as The Riddler/Edward Nashton. Peter Sarsgaard as District Attorney Gil Colson.
Lastly, Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth and John Turturro as Carmine Falcone.