The latest The Batman fan art puts Zoe Kravitz’s Selina Catwoman/Kyle at the heart of the plot in the Breakfast At Tiffany’s movie crossover poster.
A new poster of the fandom of The Batman has changed Selina Kyle to become the main character of the film. The Batman, Matt Reeves’ DC film debut, will attempt to reinvent the stories that shaped the origins of Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle/Catwoman as played by Robert Pattinson and Zoe Kravitz. The Batman‘s close to three hours of running time was confirmed recently, and is based off trailers previously released The film’s length will feature plenty of Kravitz’s Catwoman and will also feature famous DC characters The Riddler (Paul Dano) and Penguin (Colin Farrell).
The Batman is scheduled to launch in March it follows Bruce Wayne in his early career as The Caped Crusader. The story will likely be centered around Batman in his pursuit of murders that are linked to a brand new enemy called the Riddler with the assistance in the form of Catwoman along with Jeffrey Wright’s Commissioner Gordon. Although the movie was originally intended to focus on the character of Ben Affleck’s Batman, Reeves’ take on the character was original and innovative. The film will depart from the DCEU following Affleck has resigned from Batman. Batman in the past, confessing that he was “not going to be happy” to take on the project. Reeves The film’s new release isn’t tied with the DCEU timeline and is hoping to create it’s separate Batman universe, and has plans for spinoffs for Penguin as well as Batman and the Gotham Police.
Now Twitter user Zoe Rose LoMenzo has shared her personal artwork of the Batman Fan art which put Kravitz’s Catwoman in the middle. LoMenzo said in her caption that her design was inspired by the first poster of Breakfast at Tiffany’s which was a classic film with Aubrey Hepburn. This is an appropriate illustration to Catwoman since Catwoman has been a source of inspiration to female viewers, ever since Michelle Pfeiffer’s iconic role as the character in Batman Returns. The artwork also changed the title of the film changing it to the Bat and the Cat in reference to Selina’s now famous line from the latest Batman trailer. Batman trailer