Batman has played Hollywood heroes including Christian Bale, Ben Affleck and George Clooney, but Robert Pattinson is probably still the best Bruce Wayne.
British Hunk, 35, is playing a cartoon character for the first time “mixture” And it sends fans frenzy after takeoff In the new trailer for the upcoming live-action movie.
During Sneak Peek, which came out on Monday, the star shows off her ripped suit to reveal her ripped body.
It also appears that Pattinson gets along with Zoe Kravitz, who will play Batman and Catwoman.
In the trailer, a crime-fighting couple fall in love while pursuing a Gotham City serial killer nicknamed “The Riddler”.
“If we don’t get up, no one will,” Gravitz tells Batman, who looks him gently in the eyes.
The actors have strong screen chemistry in the trailer and their characters can then flirt with each other.
“You have a lot of cats,” Batman says as he enters Catwoman’s apartment, which is full of cats.
“I have something to stay away from,” Gravitz’s character says, referring to Batman being an orphan, an eloquent response.
Fans flock to YouTube To capture Kochian’s comments on Pattinson’s portrayal at the bottom of the trailer.
“I am so excited to see Robert return to mainstream cinema. One fan exclaimed: This movie is going to be great.
“It will be one of the best Batman movies ever. And Robert Pattinson will surprise everyone. The cinematography looks amazing,” said another, referring to the film directed by Matt Reeves.
“When I write, I listen to music, and when I write my first show, I wear Nirvana’s Something in the Way,” Reeves, 55, told Empire. “Then, instead of turning Bruce Wayne into the Playboy version we’ve seen before, there’s another version that went through a lot of tragedies and became a single.”
It’s been more than two years since the selection of Batman Pattinson was announced, and the product will be on hand starting March 2020 as a health restraint for Hollywood’s epidemiological press.
In August of that year, the cast and crew were released from Warner Bros. Livesten studios in the UK are back home – or more often to their outlying hotels. Positive test for Govit-19.
“Batman” will now be released in theaters March 4.
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