The Batman: will we see a spin-off on Catwoman?

The Batman: will we see a spin-off on Catwoman?

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While we are waiting to see the new film dedicated to the Dark Knight conquer the Italian cinema starting from March 3, the director of The Batman, Matt Reeves, piques the curiosity of the Bat fans by confessing what his plans would be to expand this franchise. Among the many ideas of Reeves, the hypothesis of a spin-off of The Batman about Catwoman has aroused a lot of interest.

The Batman: a spin-off on Catwoman possible?

For some time now there have been rumors about the possibility that Zoe Kravitz could play Catwoman again in an HBO branded series or in her own film, hypotheses that were aired to Matt Reeves during an interview with him. As pointed out by the director, at the moment the ideas for a spin-off of The Batman about Catwoman are only conjectures, considering that his current task is to lay the foundations of a larger narrative universe, which are later he can focus on development. of other related projects:

You should ask this question to the managers of HBO MAX. Try to understand, what we are really trying to do now is to bring this world to life. If we succeed, we would have many ideas that we would like to develop and we would certainly like to continue with Selina. Their relationship and what they represent for each other, for me, is the heart of the film, how they look for each other, how she evolves and where all this will lead them. We're going to really tackle a lot of things. Obviously, we are talking about a lot of topics, but we are about to arrive in theaters with the film and it all depends on how it will be received by the public.

No less interested in a spin-off of The Batman about Catwoman is her interpreter, Zoe Kravitz. The actress explained how she approached the figure of Selina Kyle:

“Obviously I feel a lot the relevance of a character like her, what you represent for people. BUT what was really important was to focus on the story we are telling right now, and to bring to life a deeply human figure. I wanted her to be an authentic individual in a real situation, in a real city, intent on surviving by reacting to her pain, to her story. So I really focused on this story, on this particular moment in this woman's life. I think it all revolved around the search for a way to represent her, which would bring out a personal emotional experience that would make sense of her being Selina Kyle, but which at the same time was an original story. Yet, that he managed to create a link with comics "

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New Details on The Psychology of The Characters and Story in THE BATMAN

While we continue to wait for The Batman to drop in theaters early next month, we’ve got some new information to share with you thanks to stars Robert Pattinson and Zoe Kravitz, and director Matt Reeves. They offer details on the psychology of Batman and Catwoman and the kind of chemistry that they have with each other.

In a recent interview with EW, Kravitz said: 'They have quite a strong connection pretty quickly, and I think they're both trying to ignore that. They're both very surprised by feeling a connection with somebody because that's quite rare for them. It puts both of us out of our comfort zone.'

Pattinson added to that, saying: 'Bruce created Batman in this very binary worldview where he [believes] there are bad guys and there are victims. Selina comes along, and he's like, 'Well, you're a thief. You're basically the same as the Penguin,' and yet... there's something in her I recognize. It's going up against his snap judgment.'

I like that insight on these characters. It sounds like they are going to have an interesting dynamic that’s explored in a way that we haven’t seen in the films before.

Reeves went on to say: 'I didn't want, Here comes the rogues' gallery characters, and here's Batman, and aren't they exciting, and he's going to beat them. I wanted it to be much more psychological for his character to have a place to go.' He went on to say, 'I wanted a Batman that was still becoming.' 

I can’t wait to see how this story plays out! Here's the official synopsis:

Two years of stalking the streets as the Batman (Robert Pattinson), striking fear into the hearts of criminals, has led Bruce Wayne deep into the shadows of Gotham City. With only a few trusted allies — Alfred Pennyworth (Andy Serkis), Lt. James Gordon (Jeffrey Wright) — amongst the city's corrupt network of officials and high-profile figures, the lone vigilante has established himself as the sole embodiment of vengeance amongst his fellow citizens.

When a killer targets Gotham's elite with a series of sadistic machinations, a trail of cryptic clues sends the World's Greatest Detective on an investigation into the underworld, where he encounters such characters as Selina Kyle/aka Catwoman (Zoë Kravitz), Oswald Cobblepot/aka the Penguin (Colin Farrell), Carmine Falcone (John Turturro), and Edward Nashton/aka the Riddler (Paul Dano). As the evidence begins to lead closer to home and the scale of the perpetrator's plans becomes clear, Batman must forge new relationships, unmask the culprit, and bring justice to the abuse of power and corruption that has long plagued Gotham City.

The Batman hits theaters on March 4, 2022.

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