Variety reported on the 20th (local time) that "The Batman's official screening time is as long as 2 hours and 47 minutes without ending credit." The Batman will be one of the longest comic book tent poles in history. Only "Avengers: Endgame" (181 minutes) and "Jack Snyder's Justice League" (242 minutes) will be screened longer.
"The Batman" plays Bruce Wayne after Robert Pattinson, Michael Kitten, Christian Bale, and Ben Affleck. Paul Dano as Ridler and Joey Kravitz as Cat Woman join forces to form a new relationship of confrontation and cooperation. Famous actors such as Andy Circis as Alfred, Batman's ally, Jeffrey Wright as Inspector Gordon, Colin Parell as another villain penguin, John Turturo as Camane Falcone, Peter SARSard as Kiln Colson, and Jamie Lawson as Bellarreal.
The movie "The Batman" depicts the strongest showdown between merciless Batman at the crossroads of good and evil and the mystery villain Ridler that shakes him. It tells the story of the second year when Batman has not yet established himself as a hero, not the origin of Batman's birth.
Matt Reeves, director of "Planet of the Apes," is in line with the "Dark Knight" series, "Joker," which overturned the character's existing image and built an independent worldview, heralding a new history of Batman. In fact, producer Dylan Clark said to Nolan, "He will dig deep into the center of the character's emotions and become the best Batman ever beyond the Dark Knight."