DC’s FanDome returns for part two on September 12, focusing primarily on DC’s comic and animation divisions, with some surprises along the way.
This Batman is clearly a less confident, more rough-and-tumble version of the character, entering his second year on the job as the Dark Knight.
In advance of DC’s Fandome this weekend, the director of the upcoming The Batman film Matt Reeves shared a sneak peek at both the film’s new Bat logo and an illustrated poster of Robert Pattinson’s as Batman by comic legend and DC CEO Jim Lee.
The panels range from 5 minutes to 45 minutes in length and include every upcoming film or television property on the way from DC.
In conjunction with Matt Reeves upcoming take on Batman on the silver screen, the writer and director will also be teaming with The Sopranos and Boardwalk Empire’s Terence Winter for an HBO Max series dedicated to Gotham’s finest.
Greig Fraser, the prolific cinematographer of such films as Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Zero Dark Thirty, and the upcoming Dune movie, revealed a sliver of information about Matt Reeves’ highly-anticipated The Batman film. In a new interview, Fraser said The Batman is a character driven film about Alfred Pennyworth and Bruce Wayne.