The DC Extended Universe is on the rise as the fans are desperately waiting for the arrival of Zack Snyder’s Justice League on March 18. Later this year the audience will also get to see James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad but the biggest film in the universe will surely be The Batman.
The DC Extended Universe’s solo caped crusader film titled The Batman has officially wrapped up production according to the director of the film Matt Reeves. Matt took to Instagram to announce rather than showcase a bunch of props that also had a clapperboard wrapped in tape along with the caption last day.
The Batman that is scheduled for a March 4, 2022 release has seen multiple delays in its production run. Initially, it was slated for this year’s June release but was pushed back to October. Delay came in once more as production was halted due to the pandemic concerns and the lead of the film Robert Pattinson himself was caught by the disease. This atrocity pushed the release date to March 4, 2022.
The Batman will be situated outside of the current DC timeline more potentially in a multiverse where the audience will get to see a different take on the masked vigilante. The Batman will focus on our very own Bruce Wayne tackle on a mysterious murder that will turn out to be a series of multiple murders and the villains that are connected to them.
The Batman film will adapt the version of the classic comic of Batman where he becomes the world’s greatest detective by solving unsolvable crimes. The film is set to feature an ensemble roster followed by Robert Pattinson as Bruce Wayne/ Batman, Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth, Paul Dano as The Riddler, Colin Farrel as The Penguin, John Turturro as Carmine Falcon, and Zoe Kravitz as Selina Kyle/Catwoman.
The Batman comes out on March 4, 2022.