The March release of Matt Reeves’ The Batman is nearly upon us and more information and assorted marketing goodies are being unveiled to whet the appetite.
First-up: The Batman‘s running time has been confirmed as 175 minutes (two hours and fifty-five minutes). That’s a hefty length which has caused some controversy on Twitter. But a movie needs to be as along as a movie needs to be.
Secondly: Michael Giacchino’s theme for the film has drooped online. It’s an atmospheric piece which works well for what we’ve seen of Reeve’s film – but it’s nowhere near as good as Danny Elfman’s flawless work on Tim Burton’s movies.
Have a listen:
Finally: A scene with Robert Pattinson’s Bruce Wayne attending the mayor’s funeral has dropped online. It features Jeffrey Wright’s Jim Gordon and a brief glimpse of Paul Dano’s The Riddler. It looks good. Check it out below: