Robert Pattinson told Christopher Nolan his Batman screen test was "a family emergency."
It’s impossible. Batman Forever is currently streaming on HBO Max. After a two-movie delay, Robin finally joined Batman’s side in Batman Forever, but with Chris O’Donnell instead of Wayans in the red-and-green outfit.
"The Batman" director reveals multiple image of costumed star Robert Pattinson behind the wheel of the latest version of classic car.
The production comes to the city for the film being released next year, with road closures in place until Sunday.
Warner Bros has revealed the first look of Robert Pattinson as the Dark Knight in the upcoming film “The Batman” from Matt Reeves.Check out the video above of Pattinson’s camera test, released Thursday by WB.Production is currently underway in the United Kingdom.The cast includes Zoe Kravitz as Selina Kyle, a.k.a. Catwoman, Paul Dano as Edward Nashton, also known as the Riddler and John Turturro is playing Carmine Falcone. TheWrap previously reported that Andy Serkis is in talks to play Alfred Pennyworth and that Colin Farrell is in talks to star as The Penguin. Jeffrey Wright is playing Commissioner Gordon, Peter Saarsgard is playing the role of Wasserman, while Jayme Lawson is set to star as well.Also Read: Peter Sarsgaard Joins Robert Pattinson, Zoe Kravitz in Matt Reeves' 'The Batman'Reeves has described his film as a “defining” and “very personal” story about the Dark Knight, rather than an origin story in the vein of Frank Miller’s beloved “Year One” series. According to insiders with knowledge of the project, Reeves’ film will explore Bruce Wayne’s second year as the Dark Knight detective.“The Batman” will be released on June 25, 2021.Read original story ‘The Batman': First Look at Robert Pattinson as The Dark Knight (Video) At TheWrap
A Batman impersonator escorted a three-year-old to preschool after her mother learned that she was being bullied.
Photo courtesy of WebToons “Both superheroes and fashion are aspirational,” says comic-book writer David Tischman. He points to the evolution of the DC comics character Black Canary, who started out in fishnets and a bustier—in the recent CW show Arrow, her unissex look was much more athleisure than sex bomb.