DC & Warner Bros Drops Two New Poster For ‘The Batman’

Warner Bros. and DC have dropped two brand new posters of ‘The Batman’.

Image Source – Warner Bros.

Currently the most hyped superhero film from Warner Bros. and DC is The Batman. It is clear that the enthusiasm about Robert Pattinson‘s superhero flick these days is made on sight. In this context, two new posters of superhero feature were dropped on social media, which tease us.

Although the release of the film is still about one and a half months away, but Warner Bros does not want to leave any stone unturned in its promotion. Even if it is, ‘The Batman’ itself looks very promising. Whether it is the film’s great action sequences, or the dark theme, it is amazing. Fans have even compared Matt Reeves’ new Batman to Christopher Nolan‘s trilogy. If they believe, it will give a tough competition to Nolan’s trilogy.

In Matt Reeves’ superhero flick, Batman is just a young superhero who’s still a spy who’s also very angry. It’s been two years since he fought crime in Gotham, where he encounters the villain Penguin of Colin Farrell. The villain of the story, Paul Dano’s Riddler, plays a dangerous game of cat and mouse with Batman and Commissioner Gordon in Gotham City. In the role of Catwoman Zoë plays Kravitz’s Catwoman, who sometimes accompanies Batman and sometimes stands in his way.

Both the new posters released speak a lot in themselves. In one poster, where Batman and Catwoman are seen mingling, on the other hand there is a question mark on the face of Robert Pattinson’s Batman near the ear, which we can see at the beginning of the trailer where Gotham police arrest the Riddler. Yes, there is a question mark in his coffee as well. Or say that Riddler will be the main villain of the story who will make Batman dance on his gestures.

Release Date

Warner Bros. and DC’ The Batman is set to release on March 4, 2022 in theaters as well as at HBO Max on same day.

See below The Batman new poster below:

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