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The Batman drops extended funeral scene clip and it's intense

The Batman drops extended funeral scene clip and it's intense

As we loom closer to the release of The Batman, Warner Bros and DC Comics have been releasing a myriad of trailers and engagement content such as the OST over the weekend, as well as Riddler's secret website to ramp up the excitement.

Most recently, a clip from the movie has surfaced online revolving around the funeral scene that shortly appeared in the previous teasers.

In the clip, we see Robert Pattinson's Bruce Wayne attending a funeral of what seems like a fallen Gotham City law enforcement officer or a government official.

As he settles down, Detective Jim Gordon (played by Jeffrey Wright) is seen speaking to another policeman about the disappearance of one of his colleagues named Coulson.

A car suddenly comes crashing through the pews of the church and the missing person steps out of the vehicle with a bomb locked around his neck, his hands above his head, mouth gagged and a message to Batman strapped to his chest.

Despite it being a relatively short clip, it amazingly displayed the kind of Batman Pattinson would be - fearless, observant and thus far, brilliant.

Although fans only got a short glimpse of Riddler, it is clear that he is no villain that can easily be taken down.

Watch the full clip below:


The Batman premieres on March 4, 2022.

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This article was first published in Geek Culture.

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