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The Batman Set Photos May Reveal When The Movie Is Set

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As The Batman heads to Chicago for additional filming, a new set photo may have revealed when Matt Reeves & Robert Pattinson’s movie is set.

New The Batman set photo may reveal when the film takes place. After a few production hurdles that include its main star Robert Pattinson contracting the coronavirus, filming continues for the Matt Reeves project. The movie has been shooting in the U.K., but it’s gearing up to transfer to Chicago to do some more work. Prior to the move, preparation at the American city is underway, as it’s getting dressed up as Gotham City, revealing new key information about the blockbuster.

Specific narrative details for the movie are still scant at the moment, but Reeves has been forthcoming about giving an idea as to what to expect from the much-anticipated project. Aside from the confirmation that the film will feature Bruce Wayne during his second year as the Dark Knight, it will also tackle the deep-rooted corruption in Gotham City. This is backed up by the first trailer for The Batman, which teased the Waynes supposed connection to all of this. While The Riddler (Paul Dano) is tipped to be its primary villain, it also features a couple of other antagonists, such as Penguin (Colin Farrell) and Catwoman (Zoe Kravitz). Meanwhile, Batman has his allies in Commissioner Gordon (Jeffrey Wright) and Alfred Pennyworth (Andy Serkis).

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A set image from Brandon Davis reveals an official Gotham City taxi medallion that features the date 2019. While this doesn’t guarantee that The Batman is exactly set that year as the medallion can simply be issued by then, this means that it won’t be set earlier than that. The original tweet from Davis can be seen below:

It’s been previously confirmed that The Batman will exist in its own universe, separate from the DCEU and the reality of Todd Phillips and Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker. This means that everything that will transpire in the film will not have any ramifications to other Warner Bros./DC properties, although it appears as if it’s creating its own franchise. A prequel series titled Gotham PD tackling the corruption in the titular governing body has been announced and will drop on HBO Max. Considering how much The Batman will supposedly lean on the systemic problems of the iconic comic book city and how it relates to Dark Knight’s own story, chances are that there will be some significant connection between the show and the film.

Just because The Batman has its own bubble, however, that doesn’t mean that there’s no chance of seeing Pattinson’s Bruce Wayne interacting with other characters from other DC projects as Warner Bros. is also building a multiverse. The DCEU’s events are primarily set in the modern era, and with Reeves’ movie takes place in the recent past, this new Dark Knight can meet with the current iteration of the Justice League. More interestingly, however, if the studio decides that a crossover between this Batman and Phoenix’s Joker is in the cards, Bruce can meet a much older version of the Clown Prince of Crime — assuming that the villain is still around in the present time. As for the film itself, setting The Batman relatively in the present time allows the film to have a more impactful political narrative — something that could reflect what’s happening in the real world. After all, it appears as if Reeves is keen on rooting the movie in reality.

More: The Batman Set Photos Tease Catwoman & Falcone Moment From The Comics

Source: Brandon Davis

Key Release Dates

  • Wonder Woman 1984 (2020)Release date: Dec 25, 2020
  • The Suicide Squad (2021)Release date: Aug 06, 2021
  • The Batman (2022)Release date: Mar 04, 2022
  • DC Super Pets (2022)Release date: May 20, 2022
  • The Flash (2022)Release date: Nov 04, 2022
  • Shazam 2 (2023)Release date: Jun 02, 2023
  • Aquaman 2 (2022)Release date: Dec 16, 2022

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