The Batman, starring Robert Pattinson as the Caped Crusader, is confirmed to have the longest runtime of any Batman movie ever released.
Warner Bros. has confirmed the runtime of The Batman and it’s even longer than expected. Robert Pattinson is set to take on the role of Bruce Wayne in Matt Reeves’ highly-anticipated solo film. Originally intended as Ben Affleck’s solo DCEU outing, the movie was repurposed when the Justice League actor left the role. Now, The Batman will take place outside of the mainline DCEU and tell the story of Bruce Wayne’s early years fighting crime in Gotham City.
Batman will face off against a few different villains in the upcoming movie, including Paul Dano’s Riddler and Colin Farrell’s Penguin. Zoë Kravitz is also set to star as Selina Kyle a.k.a. Catwoman, with Jeffrey Wright as Jim Gordon, and Andy Serkis as Alfred. Speculation about The Batman‘s runtime began when several sites posted varying runtimes that ran from just over two hours to nearly three hours. Now, the official runtime for the film has been revealed.
Warner Bros. confirmed to THR that The Batman‘s runtime is two hours and 55 minutes with 8 minutes for the credits. This makes The Batman the longest solo Caped Crusader movie ever. There’s no word on whether or not the 8 minutes of credits include any mid-credits or post-credits scenes.
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