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Batman Fans Are Making Some Weird (And Accurate) Comparisons To The New Batmobile

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Mar 4 '20 | By entertainoiam2admin | Views: 30 | Comments: 0
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On Wednesday afternoon, director Matt Reeves shared yet another big first-look of his next project, a little picture called The Batman. A few weeks before he’d dropped a brief, hilariously dim clip of star Robert Pattinson in his pretty severe looking new Batsuit. This time Reeves gifted the internet with three also-quite-dark images of the Caped Crusader’s latest ride.


— Matt Reeves (@mattreevesLA) March 4, 2020

The Batmobile has changed dramatically over the decades, from the angular cruiser of the 1960s TV show to the sleek (and, frankly, kind of phallic) speedster of the Tim Burton era to the boxy doohickey concocted for Christopher Nolan and Christian Bale’s beloved trilogy. The one the former Edward Cullen will be driving is more like a muscle car. Or is it more futuristic? Post-apocalyptic?

In any case, the internet, as it is wont to do, had a lot of opinions on the Batman’s new vehicle. Some were reminded of Ryan Gosling’s car in Blade Runner 2049, though also the one Tom Hardy only briefly gets to drive in Mad Max: Fury Road.

"Uhhhh .. It's just a car. It looks nothing like the Batmobile. Y'all get excited over everything." Anyways, cope.

We stay winning. #TheBatman🦇

— Jesabel (@JesabelRaay) March 4, 2020

Others implied that The Batman is less inspired by other Batman iterations as the Fast and Furious cycle.

Dominic Toretto called and he wants his car back. #TheBatman

— Fabrice (@freshyrosay) March 4, 2020

Real comics heads were reminded of one of the most celebrated Batman storylines.

Getting some Arkham knight vibes from this #TheBatman

— Abby (@EzraQuinzel) March 4, 2020

Others chastised the internet for not spotting the allusions to Bats’ 1970s through 1980s run.

A lot of you seemed to have never read any #TheBatman Batman comics from the 70s/80s, and it shows.

— MisterBatfleck (@Mister_BatfIeck) March 4, 2020

Or was it the ’90s?

Absolutely loving this late 90’s inspiration, (one of my favorite models), for the new Batmobile. #thebatman

— Mike Kalinowski (@MikeKalinowski) March 4, 2020

Others hoped it would take a page from one of the superhero’s video games.

If we get something similar to this in #TheBatman, then it’s basically a guaranteed Gold-Standard CBM.

This scene alone elevates the character of Batman on a whole another level for me; to see it being brought to this newer iteration in Pattison’s would be fantastic.

🌮wεεβ🌮 (@tum_ultim) February 28, 2020

Others did some comparing/contrasting with the short-lived Ben Affleck epoch.

Battinson’s Batmobile
Batfleck’s Batmobile#TheBatman

— ~Oracle (@4eyedRaven) March 4, 2020

And some simply admired that film noir lighting.

God the lighting in these pictures is perfect. The batmobile looks badass. I am so fucking hyped foe this I swear #TheBatman

— AndrewIsAwsome #DoomEternalHype (@andrewissawsome) March 4, 2020

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