Batman breaks stereotypes and introduces the superhero now embodied by Robert Pattinson with an authentic, realistic atmosphere.
EFE / Michoacan Voice
Los Angeles, USA. “Batman” focuses on the maximum expectations of audiences wanting to approach theaters on Friday to see a movie that aims to raise more than $100 million in one weekend.
Reinventing the Batman universe also has a similar investment from Warner Bros. Matt Reeves has been tasked with directing this movie aimed at relaunching the DC Comics franchise.
The new Batman breaks stereotypes and presents the superhero now embodied by Robert Pattinson (“The Twilight Saga”) with a detective and realistic atmosphere.
There’s nearly three hours of production in which genre action and suspense are blended into a plot that doesn’t show off the character’s origins, as Batman Begins did.
On this occasion, the film follows Bruce Wayne (the true identity of Batman) as he is in his thirties, in his second year as a superhero, still making mistakes and beginning to understand his role as Gotham City’s protector.
Pattinson admitted this week in an interview with Eve.
After the success of “Spider-Man: No Way Home” (Sony Pictures), “Batman” will try to become at least the second highest-grossing film since the beginning of the pandemic.
That’s yes, in the weekend docking for the first time, Batman will have to measure himself with “A Day to Die,” a critically acclaimed action movie that will be presented with less extravagance, but guarantees an entertaining storyline and a great cast. With Bruce Willis in the lead.
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