The Batman Wraps Production And The Second Unit Director Says It’s ‘Phenominal’

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It’s been revealed by director Matt Reeves that The Batman has finally wrapped production after a very tricky shoot due to COVID-19.

There have been all sorts of rumours surrounding this new Batman movie, and most of them are complete and utter nonsense.

There have been reports that Robert Pattinson and Zoe Kravitz were caught having sex on set – on the Batmobile prop no less.

These reports then went on to state that Kravitz was now pregnant with Robert’s baby.

Seriously, I don’t know where they get this stuff!

There were also rumours of a huge rift between Matt Reeves and Robert Pattinson, and those reports were also false.

The movie has now wrapped, and it sounds like the film is going to be pretty darn incredible, at least, according to the film’s second unit director, Bradley Parker.

He was working on the movie in Chicago and has come out in a recent interview with ComicBookMovie.com and said that the movie is going to be “phenomenal”.

The Batman has wrapped production and apparently, it’s going to be amazing

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Here’s what Parker revealed in this recent interview:

I’ve finished filming on that. I directed the Chicago second unit. It was an absolute blast. Again, it’s playing in a much, much bigger sandbox than The Devil Below, but a lot of the same techniques and ideas apply. I love doing both giant movies and little movies. They’re all fun, but I’ve always loved working with Matt Reeves, and that’s another project, like Loki, which is going to be incredible. They’re both phenomenal projects.

Parker is also working on Marvel Studios’ upcoming Loki series and it seems like this guy is going to be in high demand over the next fear years.

What do you make of this news?

Are you looking forward to seeing The Batman when it finally comes to cinemas (if they ever open again)?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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