Warner Bros. made the announcement today that they are going to hold special “fan screenings” on March 1 in 350 IMAX theaters around the country, and it appears that Robert Pattinson’s time as The Batman is going to start earlier than was originally anticipated. Today was the first day that tickets were available for purchase, and The Hollywood Reporter claims that they have already been purchased up in a number of venues. Fans who aren’t able to purchase tickets will have to attend one of the screenings that take place early Thursday evening before the film’s formal release on March 4th.
It appears like The Batman will be the first major blockbuster released in the United States since Spider-Man: No Way Home in December. The highly anticipated picture directed by Matt Reeves is expected to break a number of box office records, according to the optimistic box office projections. Despite this, there will be fewer showings because the picture will be three hours long, and director Matt Reeves and his team have promised a very different kind of Batman movie from what we’re used to seeing. It is unknown at this time whether or not fans will take a liking to the dark and gritty interpretation of the character. Still, given that they are screening it for fans days before it opens, I’m pretty optimistic that WB has the goods with this one and that once Pattinson makes his debut, we’ll have an awesome new Caped Crusader to follow for years and years to come. I’m pretty optimistic that WB has the goods with this one and that once Pattinson makes his debut, we’ll have an awesome new Caped Crusader to follow for years and years.
If you want to watch The Batman early and believe us when we say that you do, then you should acquire your tickets from the official website which can be found here.
the batman fan screening.