After some weeks of uncertainty, the director Matt Reeves’ The Batman has now been pushed four months back from their original date, to one that might be even better.
The director is now gearing up to create a never-seen-before interpretation of the character, one that addresses his place as a billionaire in the contemporary society while also diving into the pathos of what makes a better man become a vigilante.
The cast for The Batman is a very remarkable one, with the lead actor Robert Pattinson playing the titular Caped Crusader.
Batman’s New Release Date
The production of the movie began back in the month of January, with their planned release date of June 25, 2021. The set photos and reveals from the movie production included a scene of Bruce Wayne being attacked by a mob of some muggers and the chase sequence features Pattinson’s Batman stunt double on a motorcycle.
Batman’s Release Date Delayed
Now, the, main production Warner Bros. have delayed The Batman to October 1, 2021. That is around four months from their previous release date.
This change is a welcome one, as, despite the success that the comic book movies generally tend to have in their summer, Batman and particularly the main story that this film seems to be following draws a very heavy connotations to the Halloween, given that the upcoming movie will be least partly inspired by the famous comic book story.
Batman’s New Plot
Lately, the director have spoke about how is Batman will be differing from previous cinematic change incarnations, and also one of the main traits that he also aims to tackle in the Dark Knight’s Detective’s deductive reasoning skills.
Overall the fans of the character and the movie have to wait for a long time. And we are still not sure if the dates will again shift or not so as of now this is the official release date and year.