The Batman: This superstar plays the penguin


     Even if fans have to wait more than a year for the DC sequel The Batman to appear in the cinema, more details are gradually being learned about Matt Reeves' next directing project. Now it became known which Hollywood star will play the villain penguin.
    After Bruce Wayne has already been portrayed by various actors, Christian Bale and Ben Affleck were recently seen in this role. In the future, another star will take over the batsuit: Twilight star Robert Pattinson plays the role of Dark Knight in the film The Batman by director Matt Reeves. Unlike his predecessors, he is more likely to hold back with destructive power and focus on other talents.
    The next Batman film by Matt Reeves will be very different from the earlier works about the DC hero. You will see Bruce Wayne aka Batman in an investigative role and not as usual as a dark avenger who mainly rings out bells and blows things up. There are also some changes in villains. So Batman's opponents will be known, but the bat is dealing with a whole handful at the same time.
    The names of these villains are Penguin, Riddler, Catwoman, Carmine Falcone and possibly Harvey Dent alias Two-Face. Actors have already been found and confirmed for some of these characters. So now for the penguin. As Matt Reeves announced on Twitter, actor Colin Farrell will slip into the role of villain. This had been the favorite for the role for some time, now Reeves confirmed the cast with a social post on Twitter.
    It will be many months before The Batman finally appears in theaters and we will see Robert Pattinson's version of the hero. The film is scheduled to launch in cinemas on June 25, 2021. Until then, some actors will surely be announced. We will probably only learn something new about the plot of the film in a while.
    Until then, we have our hopes for the upcoming DC film Birds Of Prey, in which Joker girlfriend and villain Harley Quinn will play the leading roles. You can now find a trailer in our player under this text.

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