The Batman: First Look at Robert Pattinson in Batsuit

Director Matt Reeves has given us our first look at Robert Pattinson in the batsuit for the upcoming The Batman, via a screentest video. The director of the new take on the dark knight posted a camera test to Vimeo, revealing a deeply shadowed Pattinson in costume as Batman, include shots of his bat symbol, as well as the actor in the cowl. Watch the camera test below. [ignvideo url=”https://www.ign.com/videos/2020/02/13/the-batman-camera-test”] While the footage itself is dark, moody, and only gives us a brief glimpse of this new take on Batman, we do get a close-up look of his chest emblem. Take a look at the new bat symbol and Pattinson in the cowl below:

Robert Pattinson as The Batman
Robert Pattinson as The Batman
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The Batman’s bat symbol, as revealed in the first test footage for Robert Pattinson’s new take on the character.
Reeves has been using social media to trickle out information about the upcoming film, which sees Pattinson don the cowl following Ben Affleck’s take on Batman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League. Pattinson has discussed how he’s already prepared for backlash to his portrayal of Batman. In addition to sharing a The Batman set photo from the first day of filming, Reeves has revealed Colin Farrell will be playing The Penguin, John Tuturro is set to play Carmine Falcone, Andy Serkis taking on the mantle of Alfred, and more. [widget path=”global/article/imagegallery” parameters=”albumSlug=the-batman-cast-every-actor-and-character&captions=true”] We know Zoe Kravitz will be in the film as Catwoman, as well as that Paul Dano will play The Riddler and Westworld actor Jeffrey Wright has been cast as Commissioner Gordon. Late last year, Robert Pattinson described suiting up as Batman for the first time, later going on to describe the Batsuit as “pretty cool,” without giving too much away about the design. The Batman is set to hit theaters on June 25, 2021. Developing…

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