Oct 13, 2020

The Batman : New Set Photos Reveales Bruce Wayne, and other cast members

Matt Reeves The Batman New Set Photos Reveals Robert Pattinson look as Bruce Wayne and other members join a public funeral at St George’s Hall in Gotham City.

The Batman New Set Photos on the set spotted on location in Liverpool, England this week. Robert Pattinson who debut for Batman as Bruce Wayne tested Covid-19 positive on The Batman set recently returning with crew members for resume The Batman left production.
The Batman first trailer lunched at Dc Fandome when movie only completed 25% of it's production.
The Batman delay film release multiples times and now set to premiere on March 4, 2022.

During a DC FanDome, Movie director Matt Reeves, confirmed the movie will focus on Bruce Wayne’s second year as Batman, and, film is set in a different universe separate from the Justice League DCEU.
New set photos of Bruce Wayne confirm that he joins funeral of Rupert Penry-Jones, Short clip that we seen inside funeral in The Batman trailer. 

Check out some Set Photos below including Bruce Wayne and other people standing outside of Funeral :



A Close look at Robert Pattinson in Black suit standing in front of cameras,



An Instagram post johnkregan high quality set Images -



It clearly seens people's paying their tribute to Rupert Penry-Jones photo and crowd stand in front of Hall 

Some more Images from Twitter from bestpattinson-



A video clip from The Batman Set from user yassinfinite -


From set photos and videos it appears that the scene that is Death of any Public figure Rupert Penry-Jones who become victim of Riddler from presence of the Gotham City Police Department, the press, and several civilians.
Movie on way to complete his production so additional we may seen more set photos.

No Schedule given from Director how long movie took place for shooting .
The Batman New Set Photos shows Robert Pattinson looks more effective and billionaire, Other movie casts also spotted in Set .

The Batman movie set to hit theatre on 4 March 2022.
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