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Teaser for The Batman Reveals Robert Pattinson’s Dark Knight Voice

Warner Brothers and DC have been very withholding when it comes to details surrounding the upcoming Batman movie that will be starring Robert Pattinson as the Dark Knight. They’ve been so withholding information that any news surrounding the new film creates a buzz throughout social media and on Thursday, we were given a little more of a glimpse into what Pattinson’s take on the caped crusader would sound like.

The six-second video was shared online in order to tease the full trailer that will be dropping on Saturday as a part of the DC FanDome event. The video shows the iconic bat-signal flashing red as you hear the superhero’s trademark raspy voice say: “It’s not just a signal; it’s a warning.” The line, referring to the bat-signal, is a perfect example of Batman intimidating his foes, but also served as a nice preview of Pattinson’s delivery as the titular hero. Though we did hear him say two words in the first trailer from a year ago; this gives us a bit more to chew on. The fans loved it, people were obsessing over Pattinson’s voice, many calling it perfect. Though many fans were excited due to this teaser, some couldn’t help but want more, they couldn’t wait for Saturday to come. On Friday, they released two new posters for the film. One poster depicts Pattinson’s Batman and the other depicts Paul Dano’s Riddler. Both posters only use the colors red and black which make them very visually striking. The Batman will come to theaters March 4th, 2022. 

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