Billboard ‘The Batman’ Shows One of Riddler’s Victims


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Batman officially hits theaters in less than a month, and the film’s marketing campaign is stretching all the stops to look forward to Matt Reeves’ part.

Along with countless promotional clips, as well as an exclusive look at Robert Pattinson’s version of the Caped Crusader, a recent promotional poster is attracting the attention of DC fans everywhere. The aforementioned poster, located in Germany, depicts a real-life simulation of a Riddler victim, appearing as a corpse taped to the wall. The poster itself drew a lot of attention and certainly added to the excitement surrounding the film.

The Riddler, played by Paul Dano, will play a major role in the upcoming film opposite Pattinson’s Dark Knight. Dano’s Riddler, also known as Edward Nashton, is a serial killer living in Gotham who specifically targets the city’s elite in an attempt to expose a multitude of corruption charges. Also, Matt Reeves compared to Riddler’s puzzling antics with the Zodiac Killer.

Both the look and story of Dano’s version of Riddler have been partially tentative, with many fans wondering what will happen in the upcoming film as the unexpected happens and the mystery surrounds it. prominent character. However, with the movie only a few weeks away, and receiving anticipation for the one of the biggest open weekends ever For the Caped Crusader, suffice it to say that moviegoers and comic book aficionados were full of these fun and engaging chapters.

Batman in theaters on March 4.

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