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‘The Batman’ will have more practical effects than CGI, reveals Jeffrey Wright

The first trailer for ‘The Batman’ caused quite a stir on the internet and only increased curiosity and expectations for the adaptation directed by Matt Reeves.

And it looks like the filmmaker is willing to use as little computer effects as possible in the production.

In an interview with Sirius XM Radio, Jeffrey Wright, an interpreter for Commissioner Gordon, said the director used practical effects instead of CGI.

“Reeves does all he can with practical effect. If I’m not mistaken, there isn’t even a computer-generated image in the trailer for “The Batman”. Everything was real. In fact, one of the scenes was recorded in March when we were last on set before the pandemic.

He went on to point out that the film will be a great investigative thriller:

“We are very amazed at what we are doing. When I read the script, I was already very excited about this plot I was investigating. Fans will see intense, dark suspense and find out why Batman is comics’ greatest detective. Gary Oldman once said that Batman and Gordon are like Sherlock and Watson, I couldn’t define this duo better.

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According to Walter Hamada, the director of DC films, “The Batman” will be set in another Earth and not be part of the DCEU.

“In the multiverse, there is an Earth with the version of Justice League with Gal [Gadot], Jason [Momoa] and Ezra [Miller], and another with Pattinson’s Batman ”.

As a result, franchises will not have a crossover and will follow different paths.

Discover the logo and the first OFFICIAL poster of “The Batman”.

Recalling that “ The Batman ” is due out on October 1, 2021.

Besides Robert Pattinson, the cast includes Andy Serkis (Alfred), Zoe Kravitz (Catwoman), Paul Dano (Charade), Jeffrey Wright (Commissioner Gordon), John Turturro (Carmine Falcone), Peter Skarsgaard, Jayme Lawson, Gil Perez- Abraham and brothers Max and Charlie Carver.

The plot will focus on Bruce Wayne developing his detective skills.

“THIS NEW BATMAN MUST COMPLY WITH A DEFINED AGE RANGE. HE IS DESCRIBED AS A YOUNG MAN WITH APPROXIMATELY 30 YEARS OLD AND THE STORY WILL NOT FOCUS ON HIS ORIGIN OR HIS FIGHT WITH CRIME IN GOTHAM CITY. HE IS BRUCE WAYNE, ALWAYS TRYING TO FIND A WAY TO BECOME THIS GENERAL DETECTIVE.

It was to be expected that this new take on the character might stand out from the clichés of previous films, which often treated him more like a vigilante than an investigator and that only increases the curiosity about what kind of film is up to. Matt Reeves. .

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