The Batman: New TV Spot Confirms Trailer Coming Next Month

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By Michael Baculinao | More Articles
September 16, 2021  03:00 PM

It's been more than a year since the first trailer for Matt Reeves' The Batman was released and fans have been wondering about when they will get to see another new look on the much-anticipated film. Now, we finally have an official answer.

A new TV spot for The Batman was recently released called "Justice." It's a 30-second spot that is basically a fast cut of the footage that was shown in the first trailer. In the end, they revealed that a new trailer is coming on October 16 during the upcoming DC FanDome event.


It was already excepted that a new trailer for the film will be shown during the virtual event, but it is great to hear official confirmation and keep us excited. The Batman is definitely one of the most-awaited films next year as fans are looking forward to seeing Robert Pattinson's take on the Caped Crusader. All the footage that was shown so far was just promising and it looks like this new take will give us a gritty look at the world of Gotham.

A lot of fans are wondering about what they will show in the new trailer. There's a possibility that they will give us the first physical look at The Riddler since we've only heard his voice in the first trailer. They might also show more Catwoman and Penguin footage. We could also get to see a taste of John Turturro in the role of Carmine Falcone. Most importantly, they could give us a full idea of what will exactly be the story of the film and what will be the main conflict that Batman is going to face.

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Besides The Batman, it is also expected that the DC FanDome event will showcase footage from films like The FlashAquaman and the Lost KingdomBlack Adam, and Shazam! Fury of the Gods as well as shows such as PeacemakerSuperman & LoisDoom Patrol, and more. 

The Batman is set to be released in cinemas on March 4, 2022.



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