After paying the price for the global pandemic, The batman will indeed arrive in theaters from March 2, 2023, two days before the American public! Intentionally dark, this new section promises us a Bruce Wayne more tortured than ever and who will have to do everything to prevent Gotham City from falling into the hands of the thugs who want to appropriate it.
Over the months, we have been able to learn more behind this very particular vision of the Dark Knight and, most recently, a new trailer came to offer a little reminder on the intrigue, the threats hanging over Gotham and the weighty ally on which the dark billionaire vigilante can count. This time, no new extract on the program but a new shot published by Rolling Stone magazine.
Since the communication campaign around the film is in full swing, many pictures of Robert Pattinson’s Dark Knight have come down to us: a first series of posters, then another much more substantial. Enough to make the fans wait between each release of the trailer, even if they are eager to discover with their own eyes the new attire of the vigilante in The batman.
It must be said that through the various extracts presented, the armor of the Dark Knight attracted all eyes as well because of its robustness, bulletproof, as the blackness of its elegance. Two days ago, a new photo of the actor wearing the mythical armor was published by the magazine Rolling Stone: it can also be found below.
This new promotional shot is, to date, the most detailed illustration of the hero’s costume from DC Comics, which allows us to finally be able to observe it from every angle. The perfect opportunity to pay attention to the many details of the costume: from the seams of the mask to the fasteners of the iconic black cape through the metal parts of the breastplate.
We can bet that other photos or other sequences of the film will reach us by the time the film is released on giant screens in less than two months.. In the meantime, you can learn more about the film in This article where we take the time to take stock of the next film opus directed by Matt Reeves.