The Batman will be darker than previous installments, according to Andy Serkis


There is less left for the return to the big screen of one of the most beloved superheroes. The DC Comics star will return in The Batman (working title), the new movie is directed by Matt Reeves and starring Robert Pattinson.

Another well-known face that we will see in The Batman is the well-known actor Andy Serkis, who will play Alfred Pennyworth. Serkis has spoken in a recent interview with LADbible about the story that we will see in this new adaptation, stating that it will have a darker and more melancholic tone than the previous ones.

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"He was literally halfway through the shoot on my part when they stopped production. So it will be interesting to see when it goes back to how this has affected," Serkis said when asked if it would be a good movie. "But it is, it's going to be a beautiful movie."

When the interviewer wanted to know if The Batman would be "darker and more melancholic" than the previous installments, the actor said that "that is not far from the truth." "It's a lot about the emotional connection between Alfred and Bruce," said Serkis. "He's really at the center of it all. And it's a really exquisite script Matt has written."

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Serkis is immersed in Venom: There will be Slaughter, a film he has directed and from which we expect the trailer shortly. On the other hand, The Batman will hit theaters on October 1, 2021, after being delayed by the coronavirus.

Matt Reeves spoke about the freeze on filming for the movie and his inspirations for doing it, also admitting that the emotional component was very important to the overall tone of the movie. Although we see a much darker film than the previous ones, nothing will surpass the design of The Batman Who Laughs that a fan imagined with the appearance of Robert Pattinson.
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