The Batman Trailer: All References, Easter Eggs and Keys from Robert Pattinson’s Movie

All References, Easter Eggs and Keys from Robert Pattinson’s Movie – Filmy One

the batter is a new beginning for the Bat Man who likes James Bond, has had many versions throughout history, with different actors, directors and approaches allowing us to see one of the most famous superheroes on the big screen and again. This time, the story travels a little further back in time, to a moment when Bruce Wayne is still not the night watchman we all know and love. Robert Pattinson plays a younger and relatively inexperienced Bruce who, in addition to dealing with the emotional consequences of his parents’ death, must also find a way in his town to deal with criminals and injustice.

The Batman trailer

He’s the same Batman, but not at the same time, and that’s because Matt Reeves, the film’s director, had a very special vision, inspired by the 50’s Film Noir detective stories, where characters like The Penguin, Catwoman and Riddler aren’t exactly like we’ve seen them before, but what happens here will lead them to become the Dark Knight’s worst enemies. An initial teaser, released months ago, revealed some details about the characters and possible Bruce Wayne’s main enemy in this story, but now the DC Fand Dome event revealed the latest trailer and there we can see a lot more about the plot of the movie that will be released in 2022. The Batman opens on March 4, 2022.

The Batman: The Plot

“I am revenge”, says Batman in the trailer after Catwoman (Zoe Kravitz) asks him who’s under the suit so we can assume this younger Batman or still a vigilante but cleaning the city streets as a way to get revenge. James Gordon appears for a few minutes with the famous bat sign, which looks a little different, so we know Gotham City is aware of Batman’s existence, and criminals take that light as a warning, or they should.

Obviously Bruce Wayne is dealing with trauma and carrying a lot of anger, but he will apparently have to put it aside to deal with a serial killer who is terrorizing his city. In addition, we can see Batman fighting a group of criminals with white faces, which many believe may be a reference to the character of joker but can also be a criminal group under the command of the Penguin, aka Oswald Cobblepott (Colin Farrell).

Also, Alfred by Andy Serkis appears to have been through rough and violent times as evidenced by his scar, but remains determined to help Bruce and keep him out of harm’s way as much as possible. It’s probably Alfred helping Wayne make the suit and the… Batmobile seen in the trailer, which have a more rudimentary look and feel as if they were handmade, and it deviates from the gothic style of Burton and the army of Nolan, which tells us about a Batman with a certain style and state of mind .

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My father’s sins?

Without his father Bruce Wayne is the head of the family business, and it seems there are more secrets than he expected. At one point, Brown Bruce can be seen on an outline drawn in white ink, surrounded by photographs and with placards that read “The Sins of My Father?”, “Mitchell” (which is a reference to Mayor Don Mitchell Jr, played by Rupert Penry-Jones), “No more lies. Colson” (which is a reference to prosecutor Gil Solson, played by Peter Sarsgaard), alongside the words “Savage” and “Renewall is a Lie” and all of this seems to indicate a corruption ring that has been active for years. year. secret.


Another key moment in the trailer is a scene of just a few seconds where we can see Bruce talking to a patient/prisoner of Arkham, the famous comics asylum where the worst criminals were sent. It could certainly be the man who killed his parents, but if we add in a little conspiracy theory, it could even be a little cameo from the joker (which would tie in with the characters whose faces are painted white), who could have been sent there after the chaos it caused in the Joaquin Phoenix movie.

Riddler and the Court of Owls?

The serial killer who Batman must stop in this movie is about Riddler, this is confirmed with a cup of coffee where you can see the famous question mark of the character. Paul Dano plays this version of the character which is also very different from the one we’ve seen in the comics, and the previous teaser showed some details of his case that seem to refer to The Court of Owls or Court of Owls which is a legendary criminal organization in Gotham City. The organization is made up of some of Gotham’s wealthiest and most prestigious families, who use their power and influence to control the city.

In the comics, the Wayne family has been the organization’s rival since the time of Alan Wayne, one of the city’s builders and Bruce’s great-great grandfather. Alan has spent years trying to stop the Court of Owls until he was murdered in 1922. As a child, Bruce came to hear the legend and suspected that Court was involved in the death of his parents.

Catwoman and the Penguin

Oswald Cobblepot is a criminal leader in the city, he doesn’t have the classic Penguin appearance or call himself that, at least not at first, but it’s clear he has Batman in his sights and he intends to destroy him with all possible tricks. On the other hand, we have Zoe Kravitz like the new one cat lady, which presents a Selina Kyle who has a certain attraction to Batman and who is also a vigilante fighting for those who need her. The two characters run into each other several times along the way, and for now Selina doesn’t seem like a serious problem for Bat Man and there’s even a chance they could team up to destroy a common enemy.

Catwoman and the Penguin


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