Robert Pattinson’s The Batman Will Run Nearly Three Hours – Film & TV

The new Batman movie will be one of the longest running superhero movies out there. Matt Reeve The Batman lasts two hours 55 minutes including eight minutes for the end credits, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Robert Pattinson’s stint as Batman is one of the longest runtimes for a superhero movie after Marvel’s 2019 Avengers: Endgame, which had a runtime of three hours and one minute. End of Game broke box office records with its $1.2 billion global opening.

The new film will be the first film featuring Batman to have such a long running time.

Technically, the record holder for the longest superhero film is Zack Snyder. Justice League which ran for four hours and two minutes, but the Snyder Cut did not make it to theaters. The version that was shown in cinemas had a much shorter runtime at two hours.

by Christophe Nolan The black Knight the series also followed the pattern of the longer films. The most recent film to have a longer lifespan is that of James Bond No time to die, which lasted two hours and 43 minutes.

The upcoming Batman movie is based on Bruce Wayne’s crime-fighting debut in Gotham. While the film will offer full action, it will also offer some romance between him and Catwoman, played by Zoë Kravitz. Actor Paul Dano will play supervillain The Riddler and Colin Farrell will be seen as the Penguin.

The film hits theaters on March 4 and will be one of many superhero movies hitting the big screen this year. Other movies slated for release this year include Thor: Love and Thunder, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, black adam, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Spider-Man: Through the Spider-Verse and the flash.

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