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The Batman: new BTS still from Matt Reeves shows Andy Serkis record dialogues for Alfred role

The Batman: new BTS still from Matt Reeves shows Andy Serkis record dialogues for Alfred role

A new Batman behind-the-scenes still shows Andy Serkis’ Alfred Pennyworth re-recording dialogues remotely with director Matt Reeves. Robert Pattinson’s new Dark Knight in DC Universe will show the hero fighting crime in a corruption-filled Gotham City. Unlike past Batman films, the upcoming gritty DC movie will spotlight the caped crusader’s detective skills rather than solve crime with just brute force.

The new BTS comes from Reeves who’s currently busy with post-production work for The Batman. The image shows the two engaging in ADR (Automated Dialogue Replacement). You can check it out below.

For the uninitiated, ADR is a process to re-record an actor’s dialogue during post-prod. An ADR session involves watching scenes to dub new dialogues with near-perfect lip-sync. It’s a common procedure in Hollywood and so far, several stars have shared video clips of their recording session. One particular video of Hugh Jackman doing ADR for Logan went viral in 2017.

Several new looks from The Batman have been surfacing online lately. Earlier this week, A BTS video showing Jeffrey Wright’s Jim Gordon interacting with Batman and seeing the Batmobile was released on video platforms. For context, the clip was a special included in The Batman Year One animated movie Commemorative Edition 4K Ultra HD release. Titled, “Reinventing Gordon” shows Wright discussing his preparation for the DC role.  Unfortunately, the feature is no longer available online as WarnerBros. removed them due to copyright infringement. Here’s what he said:

“I did go back and look at some of the early comics, and some of the more modern stuff. Just to track the evolution of Gordon,” Wright says in the video. “And that was useful because there IS an evolution.”

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In any case, as The Batman is still months away from its release in 2022 but the studio hasn’t offered any big reveals, possibly to keep expectations high for its release in theatres.

The Batman features an ensemble roster including Zoë Kravitz as Catwoman, John Turturro as Carmine Falcone, Paul Dano as the Riddler and Collin Farrell as Oswald Cobblepot. The Batman will arrive in theatres on March 4, 2022.

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