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The Batman | March 4, 2022 | Warner Bros.

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58 minutes ago, excel1 said:

Is she not in costume in the trailer ?

It's a makeshift one, but I imagine she won't get the 'proper' costume until later (maybe the end of the film, maybe the second one).

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1 hour ago, 35MM-18 said:

It's a makeshift one, but I imagine she won't get the 'proper' costume until later (maybe the end of the film, maybe the second one).

Ah that sucks. I don’t want to see Catwoman spending a film in a balaclava. She’s literally the only thing that interests me about this. Sigh. 

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No way we do not get a trailer with Suicide Squad. It may just be the one from last year, but there will be a trailer for sure.

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On 7/24/2021 at 11:03 AM, Spidey Freak said:

 

Reeves said Selina Kyle will be introduced before she's in costume but nothing about her not donning the costume later on in the film.

Weel, that worked for the 1992 Batman....

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Jeffrey Wright praises Robert Pattinson's Bruce Wayne/Batman performance:

 

 "I loved the dynamic that Robert and I were able to create, I'm excited for people to see that. He creates three distinct people, there's Robert, Bruce and there's Batman, each one is different from the other."

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1 hour ago, belblazer said:

 

 

Seems weird because I was expecting a new one at the Fandome.

Probably just the last fandome trailer. It hasn't played before any movie yet and wasn't rated last time. 

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2 hours ago, WittyUsername said:

We’re getting a new trailer for this before a trailer for the next Matrix movie?

 

Cant imagine we are not getting a matrix trailer unless that is getting pushed.

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1 hour ago, excel1 said:

 

Cant imagine we are not getting a matrix trailer unless that is getting pushed.

 

They need to push it to 2022 and push Dune to Christmas. 

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It was reported months ago that reshoots would happen in Glasgow and nothing happened. Now Sneider said something and the guys from Reddit twisted what he said again.

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ViewerAnon seems to be corroborating those rumours for what it’s worth.
 

For reference, Sneider’s exact words (his comments start at 12:20) were that he’s “heard the movie’s maybe not coming together the way people thought it was”. 


Not sure what to make of it to be honest. Could be WB is concerned about how the film will land with general audiences versus actual quality issues.

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I'm not very concerned about this to be honest.

 

Every single production is chaotic by nature, movies always changed during time. If the movie is a big budget movie, than things is way worse, so yeah i'm sure there's probably discussions about what is working, what is not, if they need to change something, but that's expected and not everything discussed happen, the conversations is necessary to make decisions.

 

I think with WB everyone loose their minds because they have a bad tracking of shitty interferences on DC properties but honestly, this does seems to be in the past.

 

I'm pretty confident they won't obligate Matt Reeves which is a respected director to change his entire movie, they're probably just talking about options that could or could not be made, like it happen with every movie. And honestly, some changes happen for the best, this idea of "change some things in a movie = the movie is being destroyed" is very ignorant, sometimes it makes the project better.

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24 minutes ago, ThomasNicole said:

I'm pretty confident they won't obligate Matt Reeves which is a respected director to change his entire movie, they're probably just talking about options that could or could not be made, like it happen with every movie. And honestly, some changes happen for the best, this idea of "change some things in a movie = the movie is being destroyed" is very ignorant, sometimes it makes the project better.

Agreed. At this point anything less than an ultra smooth production (which few great films are) runs the risk of being misconstrued as a potential disaster given WB’s recent track record.

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