It’s been revealed that The Batman’s footage that was shown at CinemaCon was dark and very, very scary, basically a horror movie!
This was revealed by ComicBookMovie.com that released a description of the footage and it just sounds incredible to me.
They got this from a report on Twitter which included what The Batman’s footage at CinemaCon included.
Here’s what the Twitter user wrote:
The Batman movie is a horror movie. Very graphic, very dark, very scary. Paul Dano is f*cking crazy, so fucking scary I loved every second.
EXCLUSIVE: I know someone who has seen #TheBatman, friend of mine & a really good person. Here’s what they told me THREAD (NO SPOILERS)🚨
“The Batman movie is a horror movie. Very graphic, very dark, very scary. Paul Dano is f*cking crazy, so fucking scary I loved every second.” pic.twitter.com/yc2LWhHReV
— BLURAYANGEL (@blurayangel) August 29, 2021
I do have to say that this report might not be spot on, but I am hearing the same thing from a variety of different places.
The Batman’s CinemaCon footage was dark and scary
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When it was revealed that Matt Reeves was directing a Batman movie, and then that the movie would star Robert Pattinson as Batman, I thought that this project could be one of the most interesting comic book movies ever made.
Pattinson doesn’t agree to projects nowadays unless he thinks it’s really interesting for him personally.
Ever since starring in the Twilight movies Pattinson’s done some incredible work.
Pattinson puts the project and the director he’s working with before financial gain.
That was basically proven when it was revealed that Pattinson was getting $3 million for playing Batman.
That does sound like a lot, but if you compare it to what other actors are getting for starring in other comic book movie projects, then it really isn’t comparable.
What do you make of this news?
Are you looking forward to seeing Matt Reeves’ The Batman movie?
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