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‘The Batman’ Director Gives Us First Glimpse of New Batmobile

The Batmobile for the upcoming movie ‘The Batman’ was shared on Twitter by the director, Matt Reeves.

  • Matt Reeves released the first photos of the new Batmobile;
  • The noir-driven movie will see a 60’s-looking muscle car be the Batmobile;
  • ‘The Batman’ starring Robert Pattinson will hit our screens on June 25, 2021.

With location filming underway, the new Batman movie, titled ‘The Batman’, is giving us more sneak peeks at what’s coming. This time around, it’s the director, Matt Reeves, who shared the first pictures of the all-new Batmobile and it looks awesome.

This time around, it looks nothing like Christopher Nolan’s Tumbler. Far from it. A 60’s-looking muscle car with a mid-engine V8 is the new Batmobile. This is not so surprising giving the fact that Reeves himself said his movie was very much noir-driven.

Reeves released the three pictures on Twitter where we can see the car from three different angles. We can’t seem to pinpoint the exact car which was used but the results look badass.

If the photos do not make you want to see the movie, Jeffrey Wright, who plays Commissioner James Gordon, might change your mind. The actor replied to Reeves with a simple “Wait ‘til you hear it” followed by a pair of emojis.

In the upcoming, Robert Pattinson plays the superhero and will share the screen with Zoë Kravitz (Catwoman), Colin Farrell (The Penguin) and Paul Dano (The Riddler) to name a few.

Last month Pattinson’s Batman costume was shown and photos of the Batbike from the set were leaked.

‘The Batman’ is set to be released in theatres on June 25, 2021.

'The Batman' Batmobile Matt Reeves
‘The Batman’ Batmobile | Photo: Matt Reeves/Twitter
'The Batman' Batmobile Matt Reeves
‘The Batman’ Batmobile | Photo: Matt Reeves/Twitter

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