The new Batman 1989 Batwing set based on the Tim Burton movie has 2,363 pieces and can be hung like art on your wall.
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Image: Sony Sony has announced the PlayStation Plus Collection for PS5. Described as “a new PlayStation Plus benefit for PlayStation 5,” it’s a bundle of “generation-defining” PS4 games that you’ll be able to download at launch on the company’s new console. The games consist of first-party classics like Uncharted 4, God of War, The Last of Us: Remastered, Bloodborne, plus third-party titles like Batman Arkham Knight, Fallout 4, Mortal Kombat X, and more. You’ll download and play these games directly — it’s not a streaming service — and Sony said the entire collection will be available when the PS5 launches on November 12th. The PlayStation Plus Collection should make for a decent way of padding out your game library in the launch period of PS5. G... Continue reading…
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is a superhero film that is based on the character of the DC comics.Fury of the Gods.Here are all the five things we know about Shazam!is returning, and this news is quite relaxing for the people who enjoyed the portrayal of the previous cast.The role of Billy’s good friend Freddy will be once again played by Jack Dylan Grazer.Release DateShazam!According to the statement of Zachary Levi, it is clear that the film can be released in the year 2022.It Might Not Be A Part Of The DCEUIt has not exactly been confirmed if Shazam will ever work with the other heroes of DCEU.However, the cooperation of Shazam with Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, Birds of Prey, and even the Suicide Squad might be interesting.
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Who doesn’t love a superhero?Very few people if Hollywood is to be believed, and video games aren’t that much different.Marvel’s Spider-man just proved that there’s still a market for superlative video games starring beloved heroes.It’s been a critical and financial smash.Spider-man’s not the only superhero with beloved games.Batman has the beloved Arkham series, Punisher has the X-box cult classic, and even the Avengers got Marvel Ultimate Alliance.However, there’s still a rich tapestry of superheroes that have yet to receive recognition, and a video game would be the perfect place for these characters to shine.So, for the superheroes Hollywood has forgotten, here are five superheroes that need a video game.https://reviewbridge.com/five-superheroes-that-need-a-video-game/
Google’s driving and traffic app is letting users drive with Kevin Conroy, the best Batman voice, as their personal navigator.
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Batman: The Animated Series: The Phantom City Creative Collection is being published by Insight Editions later this year.
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The number of new coronavirus infections per day in England has “continued to level off”, official figures published on Friday have suggested. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said there were around 2,000 new cases in the community per day from August 19 to August 25.Last week’s survey, which covered August 14 to August 20 estimated there were 2,200 new cases per day.Heather Bovill, from the joint Covid-19 infection survey, said today: “For another week, our evidence suggests that the level of infections and people who currently have Covid-19 in the community has continued to level off. “Through analysing blood samples from a section of our participants, we believe that around one in 17 people in England have Covid-19 antibodies and are therefore likely to have had the virus at some point.”A separate study from the ONS released today revealed there has been an increase in people travelling to work in the last two months.According to the data, 57% of working adults reported that they had travelled to work – either exclusively or in combination with working from home – in the past seven days, while 20% had worked solely from home.The findings show an increase from the results of an ONS survey in the last week of June when 49% of working adults said they had travelled in to work, and 29% said they had worked exclusively at home.Ministers fear huge job losses in town and city centre shops and cafes if workers do not return to their pre-lockdown commuter patterns.It comes as Grant Shapps this morning admitted that varying advice for quarantining when arriving in different UK nations from abroad had caused “confusion”.The transport secretary defended the UK government’s decision not to impose restrictions on people entering England from Greece and Portugal despite the Scotland and Wales ordering periods of isolation to slow the spread of coronavirus.Related... Robert Pattinson ‘Tests Positive For Coronavirus’ Halting The Batman Filming (Again) Is ‘NHS Test and Trace’ Undermining The NHS Brand?
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Production on the film is reportedly suspended ahead of its planned 2021 release.
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The film is scheduled to be released on October 1, 2021
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Starting today, Waymo will include both the superhero and the villain as special guidance voices.
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And like Batman, his Batmobile has also changed in appearances over the years.The Batmobile was a colorful car in the 1966 Adam West show.Indeed, the iconic vehicle has its importance in the movie The Batman.The shooting of the film was halted due to the pandemic COVID-19, but filming has resumed in May, and the team will soon complete their shooting.The crew started the shooting in January 2020 in London.Shortly after that the production’s dialect coach Andrew Jack died from coronavirus.
What we thought of the recent DC FanDome reveals, and how DC stacks up next to Marvel as it stands.
Fundamentally, Ego is a story about Bruce’s vulnerabilities.
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In the very next scene, you will see that battered victim, breathing heavily, his face covered in duct tape.He is presumably moments away from his demise.A phrase is written on the duct tape that has covered his entire face- No More Lies.“What does a liar do when he is dead?” The Riddler asks the question within a few seconds into the trailer.It is a mystery that has not been answered in the trailer, but the fans have solved it.If you want to know the answer, read on.The Internet has erupted ever since DC FanDome unveiled first looks, sneak peeks, trailers, and other details apropos to the upcoming high-budgeted DC projects.However, the trailer of Matt Reeves’s Batman has garnered more exalted nods than anything else that has come out of the inaugural convention.The trailer has been praised for its promise for a David Fincher world set in the backdrop of a city that is under the supervision of a brutal and vengeful superhero.but they have been reluctant in using the tone extensively after the critical failure of Batman VS Superman: Dawn of Justice.However, with the success and international recognition of the academy award nominee “Joker,” it is believed that they have reevaluated their strategy for the forthcoming films.The trailer of Matt Reeves’s The Batman gives us some glimpses of Robert Pattinson donning the caped crusader suit, which looks extraordinarily different from the previous version, especially in the area of the Bat symbol at the center of his chest.We neither see nor hear much of Edward Nashton, aka The Riddler (played by Paul Dano of Prisoners fame) throughout the trailer except the time when he is wrapping his victim with the duct tape in the very first scene, and the time he is communicating with Bruce Wayne in the final moments of the trailer.
This old-school manga take on Batman stands the test of time.
It doesn’t stumble until the finale—a mostly ham-fisted attempt to set up S3.
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Some teasing footage had been arriving since the last few months, but the new trailer has left fans exhilarated with anticipation for the 2021 HBO Max premiere.The highly anticipated trailer of Zack Snyder’s version of the Justice League is now finally with us.The upcoming film has been intensely discussed among fans on Twitter, Reddit, Facebook and other internet platforms.The long feature film has got a release date of 2021 on HBO Max.Zack Snyder has revealed that “Snyder Cut” will be unveiled to fans in four parts and those who do not have a way to access HBO Max will have another way to view the film as another distribution strategy is being devised for the same.The clamour from the DC fanbase on the internet has intensified in the last three years, and their demand for Snyder’s version of the Justice League hasn’t become obsolete considering the success of the MCU and the failure of DCEU has been taken quite personally by the DC fans.It originated after Snyder had to step down from the production scenes of Justice League following the tragic death of his daughter.The “Man of Steel” director holds the pedigree of commencing the DCEU (DC Extended Universe) and has directed two of its high budget films “Man of Steel” and “Batman Vs Superman” and a part of 2017 film Justice League.The 2017 flick Justice League failed to impress even the most ardent fans of DC and Batman VS Superman: Dawn of Justice too was ruthlessly criticized for its clichés and its vacuous way of showcasing DC’s characteristic dark tone.When Snyder had to step down, Warner Bro.Snyder Cut is now officially due to be released in 2021.Zack Snyder’s cut for Justice League will be a courageous venture that will speak volumes of the audacity, tenacity and virtuosity of everyone involved in the rebuilding of a forgotten film.Several of the cast members that include Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot and others will return to do some reshoots.DC film studios are in the rebuilding phase since Justice League and have shown some promising signs with Aquaman, Shazam and Oscar nominee Joker.
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Not many people have witnessed stardom in Hollywood and have maintained that stature over the years.Ben Affleck is one example of an actor who has surprised audiences and critics with his choice of films.He is best known for work in Pearl Harbor, Argo, The Town, Gone Girl, The Long Way Back, and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.After taking up the role of the caped crusader in the DCEU movies, Affleck shocked everyone when he publicly announced that he is not going to play Batman anymore and thus will be backing out from the film he was supposed to write, act and direct.However, the standalone film was not shelved and now the upcoming movie will be written and directed by Matt Reeves and will star Robert Pattinson as The Caped Crusader.Ben Affleck to Join Ezra Miller and Michael Keaton in The FlashHe last appeared in DCEU’s Justice League and his character will also be appearing in Justice League Snyder Cut, which will be released on online streaming platform HBO Max.However, Ben Affleck will be coming back as Batman in the upcoming The Flash movie.
"If you are justice, please do not lie. What is the price for your blind eye?"
And while you’re at it, check out the trailer for the Snyder Cut of Justice League and a new one for The Suicide Squad, too.
Former EastEnder Alex Ferns has become the latest former soap star to impress fans with his US success, after his role in the new Batman film was teased in a new trailer. The actor is set to play Gotham Police Commissioner Pete Savage in the caped crusader’s upcoming big-screen outing – but he’s far from the first small screen star to go from soapland to Hollywood.Over the years, the likes of EastEnders, Hollyoaks and Coronation Street have developed a proven track record when it comes to helping launch international careers. And it’s not just British soaps either, as Neighbours and Home & Away have seen more than a few of their young stars jet off to LA and impress movie business bigwigs.Here’s just 17 former soap stars who made a name for themselves Stateside... Ben HardyIn one pretty impressive career move, former EastEnders star Ben (aka Peter Beale) swapped Walford for Wolverine by nabbing a role in X-Men: Apocalypse, playing Angel. He also won acclaim when he was cast as Roger Taylor in the hit Freddie Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, and has appeared in other films including Only The Brave and 6 Underground.Nathalie EmmanuelNathalie went from playing Hollyoaks’ Sasha Valentine to starring in one of the world’s biggest shows when she was cast as Missandei in Game Of Thrones in 2013 – a role she played until the series’ conclusion in 2019. She currently voices Deet in Netflix’s The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, while her film credits include her role as Ramsey in Fast And Furious 7, 8 and the upcoming 9th instalment, as well as the Maze Runner film series.Roxanne McKeeRoxanne spent three years in Hollyoaks as Louise Summers, before taking a number of small parts in the UK and eventually relocating.In the US, she reached a new fanbase when she played Doreah in Game Of Thrones from 2011 to 2012, before going on to appear in US TV series Dominion, as well as starring in films including Vendetta and The Legend of Hercules.Sam StrikeEastEnders’ original Johnny Carter actor Sam followed Ben Hardy’s lead out of from Albert Square, and nabbed himself a part in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre prequel Leatherface. He has also appeared on US TV series Mindhunter, Nightflyers and FBI: Most Wanted.Ricky WhittleRicky set off for LA not long after leaving his role as Calvin Valentine in Hollyoaks in 2011.After nabbing a number of small roles, he finally got his big US break in 2014, when he began playing Lincoln in the CW Network drama The 100. Since then, Ricky has appeared in the US adaptation of BBC drama Mistresses, as well as taking the lead role of Shadow Moon in American Gods. In 2018, he also appeared in Netflix film Nappily Ever After.Rachel Shenton and Chris OvertonRachel – who played Mitzeee Minniver on Hollyoaks – won an Oscar in 2018 for her short film The Silent Child, which told the story of a four-year-old deaf girl, learning to communicate. She wrote, produced and starred in the film, while her real-life boyfriend Chris – who previously appeared as a cagefighter on Hollyoaks – directed it.Claire CooperClaire waved goodbye to Hollyoaks’ Jacqui McQueen in 2013, going on to star in the NBC drama A.D. The Bible Continues. She has since appeared in TV series Strike Back, Knightfall and 12 Monkeys, as well as In The Club back here in the UK.Michelle RyanBack in 2007, Michelle became one of EastEnders’ first big international successes when the former Zoe Slater star was cast in a US TV remake of The Bionic Woman.Anna FrielWhile you’re more likely to recognise Anna from movies, ITV’s Marcella, or perhaps the West End stage, she actually started out in Brookside back in 1993.She headed out to the US in the late 90s, and appeared in a plethora of films and TV shows, but her breakthrough role came in 2007 when she was cast in the lead role of comedy drama Pushing Daises. The show earned her a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress. Some of Anna’s film credits include Limitless, The Look of Love and I.T, while her role in British crime noir Marcella also won her an International Emmy Award in 2017.Chris HemsworthLong before Chris was making film fans swoon as Hollywood superhero Thor, he was tearing up the waves of Summer Bay as Home & Away’s Kim Hyde. As well as his Marvel Cinematic Universe role, Chris’ film credits include Snow White and the Huntsman, Ghostbusters and Men in Black: International.Liam HemsworthChris’ little brother Liam had guest roles in Aussie’s two biggest soaps Neighbours and Home And Away before finding a new level of fame in The Hunger Games film series alongside Jennifer Lawrence in 2012. His other film credits include Independence Day: Resurgence, The Expendables 2 and Netflix’s Isn’t It Romantic?Rob KazinskyRob’s bad boy character Sean Slater caused plenty of trouble in Walford prior to his exit in 2009, and he went on to stir things up as a vampire in US fantasy horror series True Blood in 2013. Since then, Rob’s appeared in films including Pacific Rim, Hot Pursuit and Captain Marvel and starred in Fox series Second Chance.Zaraah AbrahamsZaraah left her role as Coronation Street’s Joanne Jackson back in 2007, and in 2015 she starred in the US medical drama The Knick, where she played Opal Edwards in the second series.Samara WeavingAfter waving goodbye to Summer Bay in 2013 when she left her role as Home & Away’s Indi Walker, Samara packed off to the US where she was cast in Ash vs Evil Dead in 2015.In 2017, she appeared in Oscar-winning film Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, and is set to appear in Bill & Ted Face the Music in 2020. Her other US TV credits include SMILF, Picnic at Hanging Rock and Netflix mini-series Hollywood. Barry SloaneBarry, who played Hollyoaks serial killer Niall Rafferty until 2008, and went on to have a regular role in hit US drama Revenge from 2012 to 2014.He’s also appeared in The Whispers, Longmire, Saints & Strangers, Six, L.A.’s Finest and Bluff City Law.Margot RobbieMargot is arguably soapland’s biggest Hollywood export, having gone from Neighbours school girl Donna Friedman to Leonardo DiCaprio’s on-screen wife Naomi Lapaglia in The Wolf Of Wall Street. Since her international breakthrough role, Margot has starred in films including Focus, The Big Short, The Legend of Tarzan, Suicide Squad, Goodbye Christopher Robin, Mary Queen of Scots and Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood. Margot was also nominated for Oscars for her roles in I, Tonya and Bomshell.READ MORE: Did You Spot Trevor From EastEnders In The New Batman Trailer? OK, We Need To Talk About Colin Farrell's Unbelievable Transformation In The Batman Trailer The Batman Director Reveals Feature Of Robert Pattinson's Suit We Could Have Done Without Knowing
Warner Bros. and DC showed off upcoming DC Comics movies over the weekend during the virtual DC FanDome event.  It gave fans a peek at the future of DC movies over the next few years, with new details and footage for anticipated releases like "The Batman," "Wonder Woman 1984," and "Black Adam." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Warner Bros. and DC pulled the curtain back on some anticipated theatrical releases over the weekend during the virtual DC FanDome event, revealing new details and footage for "The Batman," "Wonder Woman 1984," and more. DC movies have been trending upward since the DC Extended Universe experiment backfired with 2017's superhero team-up movie, "Justice League," which disappointed at the box office after extensive reshoots and was blasted by critics. Between then and now, "Aquaman" and "Joker" both grossed more than $1 billion worldwide and "Shazam!" debuted to favorable reviews. While the coronavirus pandemic has upended some of DC and Warner Bros.' plans — notably by pushing release dates or stalling productions — the FanDome event highlighted the scope of future movies.  We rounded up every DC movie with a confirmed release date, with new details from FanDome (of course, the dates could change as the pandemic continues to shuffle the theatrical release calendar). An "Aquaman" spinoff, called "The Trench," is also in the works, but hasn't been dated yet. Fans can expect plenty of DC content outside of theatrically released movies, too. The long-awaited "Snyder Cut" of "Justice League" hits HBO Max next year. After "Justice League" flopped, fans clamored for Snyder's director's cut and now they're getting it. Max is also developing original DC shows like a prequel to "The Batman" focused on the Gotham City police and a Green Lantern series. This story was originally published in December 2019 and has been updated with info from DC FanDome. Below are seven DC movies with confirmed release dates hitting theaters:SEE ALSO: The 8 most significant superhero movies of the decade that changed Hollywood "Wonder Woman 1984" — October 2, 2020 The "Wonder Woman" sequel reunites director Patty Jenkins and stars Gal Gadot and Chris Pine, but shifts the story forward from World War I to the 1980s. The first movie was a critical and box-office hit, raking in $821 million worldwide.  It was originally slated for release in November, 2019, but then pushed back to June. Amid the pandemic, Warner Bros. delayed it again to October.  Watch the new trailer.  "The Suicide Squad" — August 6, 2021 Margot Robbie will again play Harley Quinn for this "Suicide Squad" sequel from director James Gunn, who was hired by Warner Bros. after Disney fired him from the third "Guardians of the Galaxy" movie (he was then re-hired, but is finishing "The Suicide Squad" first). Gunn has assembled a team of new and old faces and the full cast was showcased during FanDome. Returning are Robbie's Quinn, Jai Courtney's Captain Boomerang, and Viola Davis' Amanda Waller. Out is Will Smith, who played Deadshot. Newcomers include Idris Elba as Bloodsport and John Cena as Peacemaker. Gunn called it "by far the biggest movie" he's ever made during a behind-the-scenes look at the movie. Watch it here. "The Batman" — October 1, 2021 Robert Pattinson will play Batman in a new film from "War for the Planet of the Apes" director Matt Reeves. Pattinson takes over from Ben Affleck, who played the Dark Knight in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" and "Justice League." Reeves has assembled an all-star cast that also includes Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman, Colin Farrell as the Penguin, Paul Dano as the Riddler, and Jeffrey Wright as James Gordon. During FanDome, Reeves said that "The Batman" is a "year two" story for a young Batman and acts as an origin story for many of his villains. He also teased the HBO Max spinoff series, calling it a "Year One" story focused on the corruption within the Gotham Police Department amid the emergence of Batman. "Year One is the beginning of the emergence, it's the first appearance of this mass vigilante that starts to unsettle the city," he said. "And you start to see the story through the point of view of these corrupt cops and one in particular. And the story is actually a battle for his soul." Watch the first trailer for "The Batman." "Black Adam" — December 22, 2021 After years of teasing his attachment to the movie, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is opening up about "Black Adam," a frequent foe of Shazam in the comics but also an anti-hero of sorts. It was revealed during FanDome that the movie would introduce the Justice Society of America, which preceded the Justice League in the comics.  "Black Adam has been with me for a very long time," Johnson said during FanDome. "One of the main things I always loved about Black Adam is that he was an anti-hero. I love that he has his own sense of Black Adam justice. I also love the fact that his origins are that of a slave ... he felt the burdens and the pressures of a larger entity holding him down until you can't take it anymore." "The Flash" —June 2, 2022 The "Flash" movie, from "It" director Andy Muschietti, has gone through several different directors and release dates. But it finally came into focus during FanDome. Muschietti called it a "time-travel story" and writer Christina Hodson said that the "cinematic multiverse will be born out of this movie." The event debuted concept art that teased Michael Keaton's return as Batman (he originally played the character in Tim Burton's "Batman" and "Batman Returns").   "Shazam! Fury of the Gods" — November 4, 2022 With $364.5 million worldwide, "Shazam!" wasn't a box-office smash like "Wonder Woman" or "Aquaman." But it was successful enough for Warner Bros. to greenlight a sequel for 2022. "Shazam!" was a hit with critics and has a 90% on Rotten Tomatoes. The full title, "Shazam! Fury of the Gods," was revealed at FanDome.   "Aquaman" sequel — December 16, 2022 2018's "Aquaman" grossed over $1 billion globally, so a sequel was inevitable. It will hit theaters in 2022, topping off what will be a busy year for DC movies. Director James Wan is returning.  Wan said during FanDome that the sequel will be "a little bit more serious, a little bit more relevant to the world we're living in today."
Lea Michele and her husband Zandy Reich have welcomed their first child.The former Glee star announced her pregnancy in May, in an Instagram photo showing herself cradling her baby bump with the caption: “So grateful.”A representative for Lea confirmed on Sunday night that she had given birth to a baby boy earlier in the day.People magazine has announced the couple named their son Ever Leo.Lea and Zandy tied the knot in 2019, a year after announcing their engagement. They first began dating in July 2017.While Zandy is the president of clothing company AYR, Lea is best known for playing central character Rachel Berry in all six series of the musical teen drama Glee.She’d previously appeared in Broadway productions of shows like Fiddler On The Roof and Spring Awakening, while her more recent credits include the Ryan Murphy slasher series Scream Queens and the digital wellness series Well Well Well with Lea Michele, which aired on the Ellen DeGeneres Network. View this post on InstagramA post shared by Lea Michele (@leamichele) on May 2, 2020 at 10:20am PDTIn the last few months, Lea found herself at the centre of scrutiny after her conduct on the set of Glee was called into question by former co-star Samantha Ware.When Lea posted in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, Samantha – who appeared in the sixth series of Glee – said she had made her life on the show “a living hell”.Lea later posted an apology on Instagram, saying she had been ”working to better herself” so that she could “be a real role model for my child”.MORE ENTERTAINMENT: OK, We Need To Talk About Colin Farrell's Unbelievable Transformation In The Batman Trailer The Batman Director Reveals Feature Of Robert Pattinson's Suit We Could Have Done Without Knowing Jason Oppenheim Has His Say As Selling Sunset Is Hit By 'Fake' Claims
Fans concerned about Robert Pattinson’s bladder can breathe a sigh of relief (and so can he, apparently), as it was revealed his new Batman suit was designed specifically so he can go to the toilet with ease.The British actor is set to take on the role of the caped crusader in the new film The Batman, the trailer for which debuted over the weekend.During a Q&A about the film, director Matt Reeves spoke about the functionality of the new Batman’s suit, pointing out that they’d taken one important pointer from Christian Bale, who played the Dark Knight in Christopher Nolan’s trilogy. Stressing how important it was that the outfit be “practical”, Matt said at the DC FanDome: “One of the things that’s really important is being able to work with the actors. Rob [Pattinson] had a very important part in designing the suit in that he had to be able to wear it, he had to be able to fight in it.“One of the things about this Batsuit is that it is very practical. The whole idea is that he’s made it himself. And so, we needed to be able to see how it would fit on him and all the ways he could move but also make it look like something that was still evolving.”When moderator Aisha Tyler questioned whether that meant the suit had pockets, Matt potentially ventured into TMI territory, revealing: “I will tell you this: One of the big things was that Rob actually talked to Christian Bale and [Christian] was like, ‘Just make sure you’re gonna be able to relieve yourself’.”We’re going to choose to believe that means “while wearing the suit” rather than “in the suit itself”, but then again maybe we’d rather not know the specifics.The trailer for The Batman has already sparked a lot of conversation, not just about Robert Pattinson’s emo-esque Bruce Wayne, but also the amazing transformation that Colin Farrell has undergone to portray The Penguin.The Batman is currently scheduled for release in October 2021.READ MORE: The Batman Teaser Reveals A Very Emo-Looking Robert Pattinson OK, We Need To Talk About Colin Farrell's Unbelievable Transformation In The Batman Trailer Robert Pattinson Got Caught Telling A Huge Lie About His Batman Audition
DC set the internet on fire with the first big look at his cast, including Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman.
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