Like most blockbuster movies that have been shot in recent months, The Batman had several problems during the course of its production, however rumors related to the Warner Bros expected that production of the new version of the Dark Knight would still be completed on schedule this month, and in the past few hours Matt Reeves he communicated it to us officially. Filming began in January last year in the city of London, with the working title Vengeance. The scenes in a cemetery were instead shot in the Glasgow necropolis in mid-February, while the following month Warner Bros decided to move production to Liverpool due to the pandemic. The studio had also suspended work for two weeks, in March 2020.
The director of the opera has indeed gone up Twitter during this morning to announce to his audience that Saturday March 13 marked the #LastDay for the shooting of the highly anticipated film by DC Comics. In a behind-the-scenes photo published by the same man we can also see a clapperboard and a ticket inside a basket: it seems clear that Reeves is very worried about the fans who are extremely excited at the idea of the release of the film. This announcement was expected after photos of some of the troupe's gifts were shared on social media last night.
For those who still do not know, the release of Batman is currently scheduled for next March 4, 2022 and sees among the protagonists Robert Pattinson as the dark knight, Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman, Paul Dano in the role of the Riddler, Colin Farrell as the Penguin e Andy Serkis as Alfred. Speaking of the DC universe, did you know that the Snyder Cut of Justice League also on Sky e Now TV?