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The Batman | March 4, 2022 | Warner Bros.

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That trailer was my everything. 1 billion dollars worldwide unless corona spikes again next year.

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12 hours ago, Cap said:

It’s literally the same Batman trailer that they’ve put out for every Batman property since 2005

I dunno fam it seems kinda different to me

 

 

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13 hours ago, cax16 said:

I enjoy hearing reeves talk, he’s really passionate about this. 

I’ve been a fan of his since Let Me In. That film is so under rated and really beautiful.

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37 minutes ago, cannastop said:

 

I don’t really get this “OMG The Batman is dark!” angle, what were people expecting? Shark repellent and an Adam West impression?

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9 minutes ago, belblazer said:

 

 

Is Batman gonna push him down some stairs?

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45 minutes ago, SnokesLegs said:

I don’t really get this “OMG The Batman is dark!” angle, what were people expecting? Shark repellent and an Adam West impression?

No one is surprised The Batman is dark. That's the point. There's nothing unexpected about the tone here. And that's tiresome.

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keoghan and farrell means this is now canonically taking place in the killing of the sacred deer universe.

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37 minutes ago, Jake Gittes said:

No one is surprised The Batman is dark. That's the point. There's nothing unexpected about the tone here. And that's tiresome.

Would a lighthearted Batman movie really be unexpected? 

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2 hours ago, eddyxx said:

I dunno fam it seems kinda different to me

 

 

This is actually real. The fuck was WB thinking lmaoo

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15 minutes ago, WittyUsername said:

Would a lighthearted Batman movie really be unexpected? 

It’d be unwanted. Honestly I feel like Batman is the one character that should remain dark, he’s literally called the Dark Knight, I really can’t see a bright and optimistic Batman film working. 
 

I’m not saying I want all my DC superheroes to be dark and brooding there either, Shazam is one of my favourite DC movies of the last few years and it works because it’s light hearted and fun. There’s room for both dark and fun takes on characters, but only when applied to the right character.

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The Buzz generated by the trailer for this movie is (at least) on the same level as the Joker imo ((it's bigger than I expected, they filmed only 25% of the film and they didn't have much to show), pretty good.

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28 minutes ago, WittyUsername said:

Would a lighthearted Batman movie really be unexpected? 

The most recent Batman movies before Nolan trilogy.

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They are not dark at all ...

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