Matt Reeves posted pictures of 'The Batman's new Batmobile alongside the caped crusader, and it might reveal more about how the storyline of the movie might play out!
What's Batman without his Batmobile. Half of what makes the Batman movies cinematic and exciting is watching the Dark Knight operate and pull out tricks in his vehicle.
The latest versions of the live-action iterations of the comics featured a military-grade tank like automobile fully equipped with cannons and blasters. However, Matt Reeves's 'The Batman' starring Robert Pattinson as the titular hero pays homage to the early designs of the four-wheeler.
Matt revealed the first look of his version of the Gotham protector's ride through his twitter, and it takes the viewers back in time. What's more intriguing is that it presents the masked hero beside the car, this time with his cape hanging on his back.
As the film is set to perform the starting years of Bruce Wayne as Batman, the Batmobile resembles a muscle car modified to the extreme.
Following the departure of Ben Affleck from the traditional superhero role of his career, Reeves took over the project and cast the 'Twilight' franchise heartthrob Pattinson in character.
Matt Reeve's version of Batmobile. Source: Matt Reeve Twitter
The filming of the solo Batman movie began this year with a planned 2021 release date, and plenty has been revealed from the set ever since.
As for the new revelation, the Batmobile shares close mimic with the 1996 television version, the very one that established an iconic totem in the pop culture. There's an undeniably retro feel to Reeves' Batmobile, with the basic structure making it look like a modified muscle car.
The Batman costume from Matt Reeve's new movie. Source: Polygon
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Fans can expect much more to be unveiled during the production of the movie, a part of Warner Bros' Worlds of DC franchise. Though set photos showed Catwoman in street clothes alongside Bruce Wayne, the first looks of the various villains set to appear in the movie still remains under wraps at the moment. Colin Farrell's 'Penguin' and Paul Dano's 'Riddler' raised quite some curiosity among the followers.
Needless to say that the hype is definitely set, and maybe that was the real intention behind all the reveals. How the movie turns out, and if the storyline does justice to the original comics, only time will tell.
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