"The Batman" Just Got A Brand New Trailer And Holy Heck, Y'all

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Y'all, DC Comics is holding their yearly fan event — DC FanDome — this weekend, and today we got a brand spankin' new trailer for the highly-anticipated movie, The Batman. Check it out:

OKAY! SO! AWESOME RIGHT?! There's a lot to unpack here, so let's hop right to it!

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The trailer begins with an intense police squad approaching an almost empty diner, before aggressively arresting a man (Paul Dano) drinking a very ~*questionable*~ beverage:

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RIDDLE ME THIS: who puts that much sugar in their coffee other than a sociopath?

Then, we see who I can only assume is James Gordon (Jeffrey Wright) standing near the batsignal in the rain while the familiar voice o' vengence narrates overhead.

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Next, the man, the myth, the Batman (Robert Pattinson) finally makes his first appearance while he positively demolishes a band of criminals.

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Still, IMHO the most exciting part of this new trailer is that we finally get our first real looks at a lot beloved, classic characters, including Andy Serkis as Alfred:

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Zoë Kravitz as Selina Kyle (aka, Catwoman) — and may I just say...give the casting directors every possible award right now:

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And speaking of awards — we also get a better look at the completely unrecognizable Colin Farrell as Oswald Cobblepot (aka, Penguin):

Like??? No, seriously, who IS this?!

Like??? No, seriously, who IS this?!

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And, of course, we get our first glance at this Batman's Batmobile — which is pretty sick if you ask me:

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(On a semi-unrelated note, fans are already positively losing their minds over Robert Pattinson's "Batman voice," and for good reason. It's incredible.)

The whole thing looks like a beautiful marriage between the delightfully campy Batman movies of yesteryear, with a healthy dose of the Dark Knight trilogy still injected in, and I for one cannot WAIT to see it!

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So, there ya have it! Be sure to catch all of the awesomeness when The Batman hits theaters in March 4, 2022!

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