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11 Dope Things From ‘The Batman’ Trailer

The latest trailer for Matt Reeves’s The Batman certainly blew our minds! Here’s a breakdown of the trailer and the scenes that stuck with us.

Check out the new trailer for The Batman and the breakdown of the dopest things below:

The Batman hits theaters on March 4, 2022.
  • The Riddler (Paul Dano) with his coffee.

Oh boy. One thing about Edward Enigma, he likes to leave his mark. I did not, however, know he enjoyed a late night coffee at a nice diner. A decent man. From this shot alone, we’re definitely psyched for Paul Dano’s take on the rogue!

  • James Gordon (Jeffrey Wright) and the bat signal.

There’s been a handful of bat signals, each awesome in their own right. What do you think of this thinner and longer signal? Remember, it’s not just a signal, it’s a warning.

  • Bruce’s (Robert Pattinson) rage during an interrogation.

I personally love seeing the rare moments when Batman loses his cool. While it’s not what people think of when they normally think of the caped crusader, I like the idea of a young and slightly oversensitive Batman. It’s just so much more interesting. Even if it is contained to just short bursts.

  • The Cat (Zoë Kravitz) and the Bat.
Zoë Kravitz as Catwoman and Robert Pattinson as Batman in The Batman.

It’s true love. Zoë Kravitz is perfect casting for Robert Pattinson’s Bruce Wayne, and she looks like she’ll absolutely dominate the role.

  • The Riddler and his freaking riddles, man.

I do not have Bruce’s patience with riddles. Especially when there’s lives on the line. Simple trivia would do just fine, thanks.

  • The Penguin (Colin Farrell).

I didn’t know Colin Farrell would look this good as the Penguin, but here we are. This movie is full of surprises.

  • Bulletproof bat, bulletproof bat!

It’s not the first bulletproof batsuit, but this shot is amazing. I love the idea of him taking hits from heavy artillery and it just being a minor inconvenience. I love an overpowering Batman.

  • Batmobile.

We’ve seen shots of this batmobile before, but we haven’t seen it in this much action. Just like the suit, it’s overpowering.

  • Riddler goes live.

In the age of escalated social media, it makes sense for an egomaniac like The Riddler to take to live-streaming. Especially if it gets a rise out of the Dark Knight. It’s perfectly gimmicky, but the terror this inspires in Gotham makes The Riddler a threat you don’t want to underestimate.

  • Cat suit.

I love how practical Catwoman’s suit is, but I love the look on Selina’s face even more. She truly looks worried and concerned, which isn’t a common emotion we see in the cool cat. Is she worried for herself, Bruce, all of Gotham, or something else entirely? This just stirs the pot more.

  • Batman being dramatic.

Most of the stuff Bruce does is over-the-top and uncalled for, and I love it when the directing incorporates this into the imagery. It makes me roll my eyes, but I know it terrifies Gotham’s worst.

What was your favorite part of the trailer and what did you think about it overall? Be sure to let us know in the comment section below!

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