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The Batman star Robert Pattinson & Zoe Kravitz’s red carpet look has DC fans excited

The Batman star Robert Pattinson & Zoe Kravitz’s red carpet look has DC fans excited

After The Batman cast made a stunning appearance at the Paris premiere – Robert Pattinson, Zoe Kravitz and the rest of DC’s new Bat-family ensemble followed a similar edgy style presence at the London premiere. Yet all eyes remained on The Bat and Cat star, praising their off-screen comic accurate look.

The 35-year-old titular star made a dapper appearance at the BFI IMAX theatre in London on Wednesday, but not without some fan interactions. However, the spotlight remained on Kravitz’s racy black Saint Laurent gown and her Catwoman hairdo.

Pattinson was all praises over his co-star Kravitz playing as Catwoman at the London premiere. “From the screen test, it was sooo obvious that it should be her,” said The Batman star and adding that she “lived up to and beyond any expectations he had.”

Aside from Pattinson and Kravitz’s chemistry at the Red Carpet, DC fans were delighted to see the star-studded cast & crew Paul Dano, Jeffrey Wright, Andy Serkis, producer Dylan Clark and director Matt Reeves assembled together for the press before heading inside. Readers can check out reactions below.

Excitement is off the roof for The Batman as fans brace for the longest DC film yet, with a runtime of two hours and 55 minutes (excluding credits). Warner Bros. promotion for the movie has assured a cinema-worthy experience, as can be seen in a new clip featuring Catwoman’s burglary scene.

Early reactions to Reeves’ noir-driven take on the Gotham vigilante/Bruce Wayne have totted the movie as raw and dark. Nonetheless, the studio seems to be confident enough to engage in talks for a sequel featuring the Dark Knight. Added, an HBO Max series featuring Colin Farrell’s Penguin is already in development, though still in the “early days”, the star teased what to expect from Oswald Coblepot saying:

“We have to get into what made him the man he is. And also, it will pick up where this film finished off I think. I think it’ll pick up a little short time after the last frame of this film. We’ll get to go on a little kind of left turn off to the world of Oz and how he’s beginning to kind of dream of filling a potential power vacuum that may exist.

“…It’s a lovely, lovely character, and explores vulnerabilities. His violence is apparent, his propensity for violence and his ability to use it as a tool is apparent, but [also] to see we all have soft spots. Every single person. And to be able to find that location, dig around it would be fun.”

The Batman arrives in theatres on March 4, 2022




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