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Batman And Catwoman’s Fight Scene Is The Highlight Of DC FanDome 2021 Trailer; Twitter Agrees



Matt Reeves upcoming project The Batman has been the talk of the town since its inception, and with English actor Robert Pattinson roped in to essay the titular character of the caped crusader, DC has managed to hit another home run with its latest FanDome trailer. Apart from introducing fans to the new world of DC superheroes, the one minute twelve seconds trailer also featured unseen footage from Reeves’ The Batman that gave us a glimpse of Catwoman’s fight scene with Batman.

While the first trailer of The Batman, which was released at last year’s DC FanDome, this year’s event too will have the makers drop another trailer of the most-awaited project. But currently, the fight scene between Pattinson (Batman) and Zoe Kravitz (Catwoman) is the highlight of the DC FanDome trailer. Needless to say, the trailer has got DC and Pattinson fans all charged up, who have flooded the internet with excitement.

And with the DC FanDome virtual event’s date nearing, DC Entertainment is all set to drop a series of surprisingly new trailers, teasers and promos while introducing its superheroes and their new avatars. Meanwhile, the DC FanDome trailer also featured new footage from Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam, The Flash, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, along with a few scenes from Peacemaker, Titans, Stargirl and Doom Patrol, with known faces including Ezra Miller, Jason Momoa, John Cena and Pierce Brosnan sharing their excitement.

But with Warner Bros all set to release a new trailer of The Batman featuring the newest iteration of the famed DC superhero, Robert Pattinson, fans are eager to cash in on all the action as DC gears up for a grand unveiling. While Ben Affleck’s version of the caped crusader gave the audience a glimpse of an older Batman, Reeves’ project is touted to be completed different from the ones seen earlier. With the release of the project being delayed on multiple occasions, due to the pandemic, it is currently slated to release on March 4 next year.

SEE ALSO: Dark Knight Director Christopher Nolan Voices His Confidence in Matt Reeves’ The Batman Starring Robert Pattinson

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