Batman then chains Flash to the hood of the Batmobile and drives into the Speed Force, which forcibly fuses them into one being, with Bruce gaining Flash’s powers and a corrupt connection to the Speed Force, while Barry’s consciousness is trapped in Bruce’s body. 9:49AM Controller can capture images and video, then send them seamlessly to the screen. But you can research more on it as new costumes keep coming up every year. Some iterations see a Bruce Wayne who prepared his suit to protect him from gunfire or other weaponry, but the more traditional outfit tends to be equipped with gray and black spandex and faith in bad aiming. As the details I have mentioned above prove, The Batman’s suit design is a vast departure from the outfits we have seen in previous cinematic iterations. It’s different, it looks unlike any armor we’ve seen in the game so far, actually. They want to looks nice and beautiful.
Their take on the character drops in 2021 and looks to be a return to form for the caped crusader. While my first guess was that Robert Pattinson’s Batman has given the handiest piece of equipment from his utility belt, the Batarang, a big upgrade as a dual-purpose tool that is as damaging as it is symbolic, fans have proposed another theory that the insignia pays tribute to one-shot comic book penned by Kevin Smith in honor of the Caped Crusader’s 80th anniversary. However, if fans will recall, Michael Keaton’s Bruce Wayne had to rip his cowl (which was part of his cape) off to reveal his identity in Batman Returns and the cowl in Batman: The Animated Series was designed as a hood he could slip off and let hang from the back of his neck. As eagle-eyed fans on Twitter have pointed out, the bat logo is also shaped out of two pistol grips, a likely reference to the comics lore that Batman built his costume partly out of the gun that was used to kill his parents in his origin story. That being said, upon my initial viewing of the test footage, the first thought to pop into my head afterward was, ironically, “Have I not seen this Batman suit before?
Even a reveal of this magnitude is consumed by an aura of great mystery, especially with the level of anticipation Matt Reeves’ new take on Gotham’s protector has seen so far. The test footage posted to Vimeo by Matt Reeves sees Robert Pattinson bearing the iconic Batman suit under a dim, red light, completed by composer Michael Giacchino’s thematic score playing in the background. The collar that surrounds his neck (also something new to a live action Batman suit) suggests that this cowl is separate from the cape, causing us to speculate that Pattinson will be able to remove his cowl if the situation requires it. Your little ones will have a great time dressing up as their favourite characters and playing with the other boys and girls. This fight can’t really have stakes, because neither of these characters can actually be killed, and because there’s no way they won’t eventually end up on the same side. It’s a true sign of strength in the character when Batman can be serious and funny and it not be all that weird.
Batman, or at least Bruce Wayne as the costumed hero, has been absent from DC’s main Batman comic for a while now. I’ll leave it at that for now. Enter director Matt Reeves (Cloverfield, the Planet of the Apes remakes) and our new Bruce Wayne/Batman, actor Robert Pattinson (The Lighthouse, Twilight)-one of the most interesting actors Hollywood’s got right now. If Reeves and Pattinson are in fact adding retro flavors to their on the character, that could mean great things for this movie. The DC Extended Universe movie starring the character were largely incoherent or emotionally inert, and Ben Affleck eventually departed the role. Besides, the concept of a Batman: Arkham Asylum (or even Arkham City) movie already has my support. While many of said figures in Batman’s rogues gallery are confirmed to make appearances, such as Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman and Paul Dano as The Riddler, how they play a role in the plot of Matt Reeves’ film is unknown, so the chances of them making a cameo from inside an Arkham Asylum cell are nothing to refute just yet. Until we learn the truth behind our speculation when The Batman hits theaters Summer 2021, be sure to check back for more updates on Matt Reeves’ reboot here at CinemaBlend.