The Batman Watches the Streets of Gotham from Liverpool Tower in Latest Set Photos
It looks like the Dark Knight is hitting the skies in the latest set pictures. Batman Taken in Liverpool. As filmed on the recently resumed anticipated superhero film, a barrage of new photos from production is popping up online. Our latest look at the set depicts a stand-in atop Liverpool’s historic Royal Liver Building, wearing Robert Pattinson’s batsuit. While he was preparing to leap from the Clock Tower in Gotham, the comic books saw some photos showing Batman spreading his hat and getting ready for action, and it is a truly amazing scene.
Other recently leaked photos from the set show Pattinson as Bruce Wayne back on set to film new footage in character. Also in the photos is imprisoned Colin Farrell Oswald looking unrecognizable as the cobblepot, Kat Croman’s secret identity as Celina Kyle as Zoe Kravitz, and crime boss Carmine Falcon as John Turturro. We recently had another look at his batcycle at Batman in Batstuck. It is shocking that we will have to wait a little longer to see the film after the delay in the release date, but a glance at all these photos still proves exciting.
With Pattinson and other aforementioned actors, Batman Paul Dano as Riddler, Jeffrey Wright as Commissioner James Gordon, Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth. Matt Reeves directs, using the screenplay co-written with Peter Craig. The plot details are unclear, but a teaser trailer gave us some clues about the story. In Gotham City a darker version of the Riddler is seriously committing murders, and going as far as a young Bruce Wayne to crack the case as the Dark Knight. The film will not serve as a full origin story for the character Ala Batman Begins, But would already follow him early in his crime career after donating to Black Cape and Cowl.
Produce on Batman Has already seen some delays since it started. Filming began for the first time in January of this year, only to close early in March for health and safety concerns. In September, filming resumed with security measures, and the shooting had to be halted a few days later when Robert Pattinson fell ill at COVID-19. Fortunately, Pattinson has started working after his recovery and production is now progressing very well, but not before the film was pushed from 2021 to 2022.
This time, Batman Warner Bros. Pictures is scheduled to release in theaters on March 4, 2022. The wait is definitely going to be a painful one, but let’s hope it’s worth it. Meanwhile, Batman fans can see Ben Affleck taking on his version of the Dark Knight Zack Snyder’s Justice League Streaming begins on HBO Max in 2021. From Twitter, you can take a look at some of the latest set photos of Batman in the Royal Lever Building below.
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