Warner Bros. has confirmed the runtime of The Batman, its highly anticipated-solo film. Starring Robert Pattinson in the titular role, the film will be released from the DCEU. After Ben Affleck’s farewell from the film, Pattinson took control. However, ahead of The Batman global release, fans started to guess The Batman’s runtime and even shared some rough guesses based on various grounds. Luckily, they have got the exact figures after Warner Bros.’s recent dish.
Robert Pattinson, who will play Bruce Wayne and Batman in the upcoming Matt Reeves film, has been garnering a lot of attention for the role. Although Ben Affleck has led the character for years, the audience is ready to see Robert Pattinson fight villains in the film.
The Batman will bring Wayne face to face with antagonists like Riddler (Paul Dano) and Penguin (Colin Farrell). Also joining the film are Zoë Kravitz, Jeffrey Wright, and Andy Serkis.
Warner Bros. Shares The Runtime Of Upcoming DCEU Film, The Batman
The upcoming DCEU film, The Batman, will have 2 Hours 55 Minutes runtime, including 8 minutes dedicated to the credits. The revelation instantly makes The Batman the longest-solo Matched Malone film ever made. Anyway, there is no information on the 8 minutes of credit. Will it have post credit scenes like Marvel, we will know only aftet release.
The film was redesigned after Affleck decided not to reprise the role. Hence, The Batman will take place outside of the DCEU’s mainline. The comic fans will see Wayne’s initial years fighting in Gotham city. Thus, the new Reeves film requires adequate time to lay down the entire storyline. The attendance of multiple villains will take an ample amount of time for Wayne to get rid of.
It will be a fun ride for the caped-crusader fans as they will get to spend nearly three hours in the theatres this time. The Batman is releasing on 4 March 2022 worldwide.
The Batman cast includes Zoe Kravitz as Selina Kyle/Catwoman, Paul Dano as Edward Nashton/Riddler, Jeffrey Wright as James Gordon, Peter Sarsgaard as Gil Colson, John Turturro as Carmine Falcone, Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth, and Colin Farrell as Oswald Cobblepot/Penguin.
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