Joker’s full face revealed in 5-minute deleted scene from The Batman

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Warning: SPOILERS lie ahead for The Batman

DC unveils a new look from The Batman, in which Robert Pattinson’s main hero meets the Joker in a deleted scene from the film. Co-written and directed by Matt Reeves, the film follows Bruce Wayne in his second year fighting crime in Gotham City as he uncovers a tangled web of corruption that stretches back to his late father. Meanwhile, Batman must also contend with the rise of serial killer The Riddler, who leaves cryptic clues at every crime scene and targets Gotham City’s elite, including Wayne himself.

Alongside Pattinson, The Batman features a cast that is Zoë Kravitz as Selina Kyle/Catwoman, Paul Dano as The Riddler, Jeffrey Wright as Lt. Jim Gordon, John Turturro as Carmine Falcone, Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth and Colin Farrell. like The Penguin. The film received rave reviews from critics and viewers alike for the performances of its cast, Reeves’ direction, action sequences and compelling story. First full look at one of the biggest hiding in the whole movie.

Less than a month after the film first hit theaters, Warner Bros. has revealed a deleted scene from The Batman. In the video, Pattinson’s main character, Barry, meets Keoghan’s Joker at Arkham Asylum for a threatening conversation. Check out the emotional deleted scene below:
While the timing of its release may surprise many, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Joker made an appearance in The Batman’s deleted scene. Ahead of the film’s big screen debut, Reeves teased that Keoghan had a “really great” scene. cut from the film, saying it will likely be released “after the film comes out”. However, the director also didn’t specify why the deleted Batman scene was left out of the final cut, or a timeline for its release, though now that it’s arrived, audiences no longer have to wait with bated breath for more. Keoghan’s Joker recordings.

The Batman-deleted scene might not offer a crystal-clear view of Keoghan’s Joker’s full face, but it does offer many exciting glimpses of his hideous grin, which Reeves says the villain has had since birth, and a head heavily scarred and mottled with hair. It also established Keoghan as a terrifying force of evil as the Joker of the universe, though Reeves isn’t sure who the central villain will be in The Batman 2’s development or when he’ll reappear in the new franchise. Audiences can see the rest of Keoghan’s Joker footage with The Batman, which is currently in theaters and is due out April 19 on HBO Max.