Direction Gotham City, the new trailer for The Batman is here

A few weeks before the release of The Batman, Warner Bros. unveiled a second trailer for Matt Reeves’ film. Enough to allow fans to take their troubles patiently and, above all, to make them want to go to Gotham City even more from March 2.

The Batman, dark and violent as we like it!

After Ben Affleck, Christian Bale, Michael Keaton, George Clooney or even Adam West, it’s the turn of Robert Pattinson to put on the costume of the Dark Knight. If some fans had any doubts, Edward’s role in the saga Twilight sticking to him to the skin, there is no longer any possible doubt: the British actor will make an excellent Bruce Wayne.

If the first trailer of The Batman was very enigmatic, this second trailer allows us to see it a little more clearly. While keeping a huge amount of mystery about the plot of the film, let’s not forget to point it out.

For those who prefer the French version, that’s right here.

This second trailer confirms what we were promised . A darker and more violent film, which approaches the essence of DC comics. We thus find a Bruce Wayne, tortured, in his early days as a vigilante. Unlike other films featuring the Dark Knight, we are served a thriller centered on a mysterious investigation. And that should delight the fans! Because yes, beyond the role of masked Avenger, Bruce Wayne has this detective cap that we sometimes forget.

The Batman/Catwoman duo is stronger than ever while Colin Farrell is unrecognizable as Oswald Cobblepot, aka the Penguin. Casting Paul Dano in the Riddler’s was a great idea. Andy Serkis will play the faithful Alfred Pennyworth (but what is he hiding?) while Bruce can count on the irreproachable Lieutenant James Gordon (Jeffrey Wright).

Thus, Warner Bros. gives us something to eat by next March 2. Because yes, The Batman is certainly one of the most anticipated films of this year. And every new image or video backs it up. The icing on the cake, we learned yesterday that the film will be rated PG- in the USA. This means that it will be prohibited for children under 13 years old unaccompanied because of violent and disturbing scenes. Yet another good point for The Batman.