A beat for beat recreation of The Batman’s new trailer using film from Batman: The Animated Series was as of late made and posted on YouTube. Starring Robert Pattinson as the new caped crusader, The Batman is the person’s first solo trip since Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight set of three enveloped with 2012. Set for release in March 2022, Matt Reeves’ film will reboot the Batman franchise with all-new ability, including Paul Dano as The Riddler, Zoë Kravitz as Catwoman, and Colin Farrell as Penguin. Jeffrey Wright, John Turturro, Andy Serkis, and Peter Sarsgaard also star.
Presently, YouTuber Darth Blender is offering their own spin on the generally seen Batman trailer, consolidating the sound from the impending film with graphics from The Animated Series. The video seamlessly syncs up the beats and activity of The Batman trailer with animated film, in any event, discovering a clasp of the animation Batmobile rising up out of a searing blast. “The Batman Animated” marries the series’ eye-popping work of art with the coarse, gloomy exchange and music of the approaching film. Commenters lauded the meticulously altered video, with one responding, “This is a masterpiece.” Check out the mashed up trailer beneath:
The first authority trailer for The Batman dropped in August 2020 to much flourish, trailed by a second trailer in October. The two videos resulted in a storm of reactions, memes, and mashups, including a far-fetched mix of The Batman and Ted Lasso. For the animated mashup, Darth Blender uses the sound from trailer #2, which focuses more on Penguin and Catwoman than the Riddler-driven first trailer.
Insofar as trailer mashups and edits go, it’s not Darth Blender’s first rodeo. The substance maker has created a lot of superhero-inspired videos, including an animated Captain Marvel trailer. Still, The Batman inspires an especially sizeable measure of fan-filled grub given the new chief, the renewed introduction of classic villains, and, most quite, a fresh-colored Batman. Pattinson’s cycle of the dull knight seems especially aggressive, demonstrating that fans might be set out toward a more fierce, grittier Batman one year from now. The Batman is scheduled to hit theaters on March 4.