A New Trailer for 'The Batman' Shows Zoë Kravitz's Catwoman in Action

The DC hero will return to theaters in March 2022.

10/17/2021 1:10:00 AM

A New Trailer for 'The Batman' Shows Zoë Kravitz's Catwoman in Action

The DC hero will return to theaters in March 2022.

Krävitz shared her thoughts on her version of Catwoman at the DC FanDome event."I don’t want her to be an idea, you know, I want her to be a real human being in a real situation in a real city trying to survive and reacting to her own pain."

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Multiple Batman villains will show up in the film.Reeves' film will feature several legendary Batman villains. Both The Riddler, played by Paul Dano, and The Penguin, an unrecognizable Colin Farrell, show up in the new trailer, though plot details are mostly unknown.

The Night Of's John Turturro is also set to appear as Gotham City mob boss Carmine Falcone.Other members of the cast include Andy Serkis as Bruce Wayne's butler Alfred Pennyworth, Jeffrey Wright as police detective James Gordon, Peter Saarsgard as district attorney Gil Colson, and Jayme Lawson as mayoral candidate Bella Reál. headtopics.com

The Batmanwill be a standalone film, outside of the DC Extended Universe.The Batmanwent through several changes during its long development. It was set to star Ben Affleck, who would also write and direct. TheGood Will Huntingactor is the most recent Batman, playing the Caped Crusader in 2016's

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justiceand 2017'sJustice League. However, when Reeves came onto the project, he wanted to focus on a younger Batman, and Affleck dropped out, with Pattinson then winning the role.Though Pattinson's making his Batman debut in March, Affleck isn't done playing the hero. Basically, Affleck will continue to be the Batman of the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) and Pattinson's version will exist in its own standalone world. Affleck is even set to appear in the upcoming

The Flashfilm, and he'll probably get his own solo Batman film at some point.Watch this space for more updates.Quinci LeGardyeQuinci LeGardye is an LA-based freelance writer who covers culture, politics, and mental health through a Black feminist lens.

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