They may have copyright group Warner Bros. take down twice as fast, but the internet never forgets. Although the original post was deleted within minutes, behind-the-scenes images from The Flash The reveal of Michael Keaton’s Batmobile in all its glory has been widely shared on social media over the past 24 hours.
One of the other shots reveals the Batcave setting is under construction, so it looks like director Andy Muschietti is recreating the aesthetic first seen in Tim Burton’s 1989 original coming of age. youth. The shooting took place at Burghley House, the same place where Keaton’s Bruce Wayne lived more than three decades ago, so at least his universe hasn’t seen Wayne Manor torn apart by a vengeful Joker. .
Naturally, fans went wild at glimpses of both the Batmobile and the Batcave, and they’re ready to party like 1989 again, as you can see from the reactions below.
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Muschietti was tease the big outfit revealed some time, but aside from a couple of photos showcasing Keaton’s nifty new wig, we’re still waiting for a proper first glimpse of the veteran Caped Crusader. The bad news is that it might not come for a while, with The Flash doesn’t hit theaters until November 2023, but the DC FanDome event is returning this year, so you never know.
Production for Scarlet Speedster’s solo debut is expected to be underway for at least another month or so, meaning there’s a good chance the leaked images will eventually surface online. to provide another fascinating look at the return of the veteran Batman.
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