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One of the most awaited movies of 2022 is “The Batman” starring Robert Pattinson.

The film, set to release on March 4, will follow the Caped Crusader in a new adventure that will see him cross over with several iconic characters from DC Comics and movies.


On Thursday, Warner Bros. offered fans a very brief teaser ahead of DC Fandome, an event that includes footage of upcoming projects from the studio.

The six-second clip has only one shot of Spotlight blasting a red beam into the sky with the famous Batman logo blocked out. The motif is known as the “bat signal” and serves as a signal to Bruce Wayne that it is time to suit up and jump into action.

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“It’s not just a sign,” Pattinson can be heard saying in a voiceover clearly hoarse. “It’s a warning.”

The clip shows that a new trailer for the film will be dropped on DC FanDome on Saturday, October 16. That trailer was released early Saturday:

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Many fans took to Twitter to share their ties—particularly to Pattinson’s hoarse voice, which is in the style of other iconic portrayals of the character.

“His Batman voice is losing it????” a fan wrote.

“Holy f—k is that Rob’s Batman voice?” Said another.

added a third: “Hello Robert’s Batman voice is very sexy.”

On Friday, the studio doubled down on the hype and offered a pair of posters for the film.

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In one, Batman can be seen walking in the rain against a bright red background as his hat blows slightly in the wind, the silver bat on his chest clearly shining through the storm.

In the second photo, Paul Dano’s Riddler, lit by a red light, holds a card that reads: “To the Batman.”

Similarly, director Matt Reeves shared a photo of Zoe Kravitz, who will play Selina Kyle, also known as Catwoman, an iconic hero often associated with the Dark Knight.

In addition to Pattinson, 35, Kravitz and Dano, “The Batman” will feature an all-star cast including Jeffrey Wright, Colin Farrell, Andy Serkis, and Peter Sarsgaard. The film will hit the theaters on March 4.