[vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”29034″ img_size=”900×500″ alignment=”center”][vc_column_text]The Batman movie with Robert Pattinson has some scoop news on deck, according to ComicBook.com. It would seem YouTube user Daniel RPK has some intel regarding the flick’s plot details. The most juicy part is the involvement of the Rogues Gallery.
“The Batman will explore a detective case — when people start dying in strange ways, Batman must go deep into the dark world of Gotham to find clues and solve the mystery/conspiracy connected to Gotham City’s history and criminals”.
In January of this year, The Hollywood Reporter spoke with director Matt Reeves. He had already announced there will be such a villainous group. ComicBook.com said he told the press that it’ll focus on a younger Batman and not on the Year One Batman nor any one specific comic book. He also gave testimonial to his project at the Television Critics Assoc.
“Year One is one of the many comic books that I love. We are definitely not doing Year One. It’s just exciting to be focused very specifically on a tale that is defining for him and very personal to him. Obviously we’re not doing an origin tale or anything like that. We’re doing a story that is definitively Batman though, and trying to tell a story that’s emotional and yet is really about him being the world’s greatest detective and all the things that for me, since I was a kid, made me love Batman”.
The recent report by Daniel RPK runs in sync with the detective driven narrative. That said, there seems to be consistency in the reports. I can understand an interest in this format because it’ll give a more CSI or investigative narrative that could titillate the masses. There is something interesting about finding clues and putting the pieces of a puzzle together. This could result in story that’s satisfying.
A highly passionate geek about all things 80s retro, geeky, sci-fi, and just about anything pop-culture. Tony enjoys writing about this very topic as well as immerse himself into the culture by attending events. There’s nothing more fun than rubbing elbows with other interested cohorts of the craft.