The Batman director Matt Reeves explains the film’s new Batsuit and Batmobile designs, and the motivation for these “crude” appearances.
Batman Director Matt Reeves explains the film’s new Batsuit and Batmobile designs as well as the motivation for the “crude” appearances. The movie that was a standalone for The Dark Knight originally began as an entry into the DC Extended Universe with Ben Affleck co-writing the script, directing, producing and starring, before handing over the roles previously held by him to Reeves and then leaving completely due to personal reasons. Reeves was able to shift the movie to a different location from DCEU and develop a brand new version that would be part of Batmanfilm. Batmanfilm Batmanfilm franchise with a newer version of the superhero.
The Batmanpicks up Bruce Wayne’s second year of combating the criminals of Gotham City as he uncovers an intricate web of corruption, with connections to his family’s past. In the meantime, Bruce must grapple with the task of locating a mysterious serial killer dubbed The Riddler that is pursuing Bruce and the rest of Gotham’s elite, and who has a dual identity. Robert Pattinson is donning the cape and cowl of Batman. Batmanalongside Zoe Kravitz as Selina Kyle/Catwoman. Paul Dano as The Riddler, Jeffrey Wright as Gotham Police Lieutenant Jim Gordon, Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth and Colin Farrell as Oswald Cobblepot who is soon to be dubbed The Penguin.
The new Batsuit and Batmobile design in Batman have been a subject of debate. Batmanhas been the subject of debate among viewers throughout the film’s making as well as its marketing. Contrary to earlier versions that were part of Dark Knight, the new Batsuit has a sleeker appearance that is than Pattinson’s body and he joked about prior to the release of the film that he did not have any extra workout routines to build. Although Reeves mentions that the Batsuit is not without seams specifically around the cowl, previous movie trailers of the film Batmanhave been pointing to it being among the most robust films ever made due to its apparent invulnerability to bullets.