Warning: minor spoilers for The Batman are below.
The film has already grossed over £97million at the box office, meaning it is already the second highest grossing release in the UK this year.
After a year-long coronavirus-related delay, fans of The Caped Crusader finally got to see British actor Pattinson as The Batman, as he takes on two of his most notorious foes – The Riddler and The Penguin. .
Running for an epic 2 hours 55 minutes, The Batman takes audiences back to Bruce Wayne’s early years as a masked vigilante, set just two years after Wayne’s Batman was born.
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Alongside Pattinson, the film stars Paul Dano (There Will Be Blood, Ruby Sparks) as Batman’s main protagonist, The Riddler – an unhinged former orphan who, with the help of a small community in line, desperate to wipe out Gotham City and expose the corruption that lives beneath its dark underbelly.
Colin Farrell also appears, albeit nearly unrecognizable as Oswald Cobblepot, aka The Penguin, the Irish actor wearing prosthetic makeup to transform him into a legendary comic book villain, while Zoe Kravitz excels as a comic book villain. lover of the bat and partner in revenge. , Catwoman.
The film was heralded by critics and moviegoers, most of whom hailed the huge success of the blockbuster, even ranking 92% on highly respected film review website Rotten Tomatoes.
What streaming platforms will The Batman be streamed on?
After the film’s theatrical release, The Batman will also be available on a number of digital platforms, with the option to buy or rent on Amazon Prime Video, iTunes, Google Play, and more. However, there is no confirmed release date at the time of writing.
The bad news for Netflix subscribers is that The Batman will not be streaming on Netflix, this is due to the fact that the movie has confirmed that it will be streaming on US streaming site HBO Max instead.
When will The Batman be released on DVD, Blu-Ray and 4K?
The good news is that Matt Reeves’ DC hit already has a confirmed release date, so those who can’t wait to own their own copy don’t have too long to wait.
Warner Bros. confirmed that the film will be released on DVD, 4K Ultra HD Blu-Ray and standard Blu-Ray on June 13, 2022.
Zavvi.co.uk announces pre-orders of each edition, with prices ranging from £9.99 to £24.99, although there has been no confirmation yet of the special features that will be included in each edition.