The Batman's Latest Clip Comes From an Incredibly Weird Place

The Batman's Latest Clip Comes From an Incredibly Weird Place

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1/24/2022 10:36:00 PM

The Batman 's Latest Clip Comes From an Incredibly Weird Place

Is the Joker running the movie's PR campaign? Because it seems like a joke.

). Bruce stares at the fallen cop’s son, then overhears Lieutenant Gordon (Jeffrey Wright) talking about how another police officer has gone missing. Then, there are 25 seconds of people mysteriously screaming outside the church until a car bursts through the church doors, graphically hitting some people before crashing to a stop at the far end. As cops surround the car with their weapons drawn, a figure eventually emerges—it’s the missing police officer, who has a phone taped to his hand, a bomb around his neck, and a sign that says “To the Batman” on his chest. A sly Bat-fan managed to snag the vid, if you don’t want to root out a video that happens to have the pre-roll ad:

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Robert Pattinson ). Bruce stares at the fallen cop’s son, then overhears L ieutenant Gordon (Jeffrey Wright) talking about how another police officer has gone missing. Then, there are 25 seconds of people mysteriously screaming outside the church until a car bursts through the church doors, graphically hitting some people before crashing to a stop at the far end. As cops surround the car with their weapons drawn, a figure eventually emerges—it’s the missing police officer, who has a phone taped to his hand, a bomb around his neck, and a sign that says “To the Batman” on his chest. A sly Bat-fan managed to snag the vid, if you don’t want to root out a video that happens to have the pre-roll ad: It’s a bleak scene, and again, an odd choice to promote The Batman given that it doesn’t have... well, Batman in it (in costume, you know what we mean). In fact, other than a figure seen completely in shadows who shows up for a single second and is presumably Paul Dano’s Riddler, there’s none of the costumed heroes and villains that tend to get people excited for a superhero movie. Bruce Wayne doesn’t even have a line of dialogue. He’s just there at a cop’s funeral, sees a lot of people get hurt by a speeding car, and then another cop who will almost certainly die horribly on-screen. Honestly, the whole thing feels like the cinematic love child of Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight movies and Zack Snyder’s dour Batman from Batman v. Superman