There was a lot of talk of a sudden villain present besides the many people we’re going to find Batman. This is the Joker played by Barry Keoghan, which for some is now considered a definite existence. Indeed, even Matt Reeves may have asserted it emphatically with my inspiration: but there would be a big problem.
Several interviews ago, Robert Patterson may talk about Batman’s greatest fear. An interesting background, if you compare it with the background of one of its most terrible enemies: Joker Changed between Jack Nicholson, Heath Ledger, Jared Leto, and what now He could see himself playing by Barry Keoghan (eternity). Suffice it to recall the Joker Ledger’s reaction to the possible revelation of the identity of the bat, which would have put an end to their eternal battle until the dawn of history: “I’m a dog chasing cars, and I don’t know what to do with them if I catch them“.
It is unfortunate that in this case, the identity of the Joker may be that we will never find out, even if it could have been. The bleak tone of Batman deepens Even if Matt Reeves talks about a deleted scene… Looks like he’s confirmed for the future. But not in this movie. In an interview with TechRadar, the director revealed that one scene – cut off at willsince what we’ll see is the director’s cut – it showed a mysterious prisoner of Arkham played by Barry Keoghan.
This is his story:There were scenes we cut that I really liked. In fact, there is a scene with The hidden prisoner who appears at the end of the movie In Arkham Asylum with Riddler. And there was an earlier scene where Batman went to Arkham to try to locate the Riddler file, and Barry Keoghan was present. It’s an interesting sequence and I’m sure we’ll release it after the movie is released, because it’s one of the most important deleted scenes.“.
Connecting the dots, it can be said with a certain degree of confidence that we sense the presence of the Joker of Keoghan alongside villains of the caliber of Riddler (Paul Dano), Penguin (Colin Farrell), Carmine Falcone (John Turturro) and the contrasting The catwomanplayed by Zoë Kravitz in This exciting trailer for BatmanEntirely dedicated to her. The film will be shown in theaters on March 3: How long are you waiting? Tell us in the comments!
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