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The Batman: New Dialogue From Robert Pattinson Revealed In New Teaser

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By Sam Hargrave

Having released its first trailer to viral attention at 2020's DC FanDomeThe Batman will debut a new look on Saturday, October 16, 2021, at the follow-up event. Interestingly, the shooting of the Robert Pattinson flick was still in the early days at the time, so fans should expect a much more comprehensive look at the story this time around.

Matt Reeves' The Batman seems to only be the beginning of a whole new Gotham with plans reportedly in the works for sequels, a Gotham PD series, and an HBO Max spin-off for Colin Farrell's Penguin

As fans prepare for their best look yet at The Batman, DC teased the upcoming release with a brief snippet featuring some new dialogue from Pattinson's Dark Knight.

The Batman Teases Second Trailer Release

The official Twitter account for The Batman teased the upcoming second trailer which will be released during DC FanDome on October 16, 2021.

The Tweet was accompanied by a clip of a red-tinted Bat-signal lighting up as Robert Pattison's hero says: “It’s not just a signal; it’s a warning.”

Fans who like the tweet will receive reminders on the run-up to and upon the release of The Batman which hits theaters on March 4, 2022.

What to Expect from The Batman's Trailer

Now that shooting has wrapped on The Batman and editing is well underway, fans can look forward to a much deeper dive into Matt Reeves' Gotham than last year. 

The Batman's first trailer largely focused on establishing the tone of the movie with almost no story details and only brief looks at the heroes and villains. This time around, fans should gain a much deeper understanding of the murder mystery plot, get better looks at the entire cast, and see plenty more action.

Introducing Pattinson's Bruce Wayne was certainly a key focus of last year's teaser, but this time around viewers ought to see more from Colin Farrell's Penguin, Paul Dano's Riddler, and Zoe Kravitz's Catwoman. Andy Serkis' Alfred remains unseen so far, but hopefully, that will change by the end of the week.

Whatever surprises the trailer may hold will be revealed on Saturday, October 16, 2021, at DC FanDome

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