One of the most recognizable figures of all time, Batman has long held the #1 spot among fans. Over the past 60 years, various performers have played the role and the character has appeared in a number of movies.

Fans praised Robert Pattinson, who most recently played Batman in the most current remake of the Caped Crusader, The Batman, for the authenticity of his sleuthing.

One of Batman’s strongest abilities is the ability to blend in with his surroundings like a ninja; he has utilized this talent to sneak up on other characters and leave rooms.

It appears that Batman has a major motivation for harming one of his closest pals, Commissioner James Gordon, who was one of the people he did that to the most.

The Commissioner asks the vigilante why he treats him that way during the events of Batman: Audio Adventures #1 (via CBR), and the vigilante’s response may surprise you.

“The Panopticon’s guiding principle is this. You understand I can’t be watching all the time, but you can never be sure.” “Okay, I detest it,” Gordon responds.

One significant scene in the movie The Batman occurs when Batman declares, “I’m Vengeance,” while beating up a bunch of gangsters wearing face paint.

Fans would observe that the sentence is a significant departure from Christian Bale’s or Michael Keaton’s famed “I’m Batman” line, and it turns out that Reeves intended for it to be. The director provides an explanation for choosing “I’m Vengeance” over “I’m Batman” in a recent interview with KCRW.

DC Reveals Why Batman Unceasingly Sneaks up On Commissioner Gordon

“To me, the arc from the beginning, when I was thinking of the story, moves from a place of him declaring himself—which does come from some of the comics, and from the animated series, this notion that he says, not ‘I’m Batman,’ which is obviously the key Keaton line in the Burton movie, but ‘I’m vengeance,'” the author said. Telling KCRW, Reeves.

“And that he wasn’t really self-aware since this was coming from his own personal wrath and this basic feeling he had. He was just flailing around and trying to make sense of his existence. That is another aspect of the music and audio of that scenario.

It kind of develops so that you can feel the intensity of his anger and his heartbeat, and by the time the sequence is over, you can also see the adrenaline eventually starting to wane and feel the intent of the sound and music.”

The film stars Colin Farrell as Oswald “Penguin” Cobblepot, Jayme Lawson as mayoral candidate Bella Reál, Robert Pattinson as Bruce Wayne/Batman, Zo Kravitz as Selina Kyle/Catwoman, Paul Dano as Edward Nashton/the Riddler, Jeffrey Wright as James Gordon of the GCPD, John Turturro as Carmine Falcone, Peter Sarsgaard as Gotham D.A. Gil Colson, HBO Max is now the only place to watch The Batman.

You May Also Like
‘The Enforcer’ Review: Antonio Banderas Stars As A Hitman-Turned-Hero In This Routine Crime Meller!

‘The Enforcer’ Review: Antonio Banderas Stars As A Hitman-Turned-Hero In This Routine Crime Meller!

The cliché “tough guy with a heart of gold” is the gist…
Secuoya Studios, Caracol TV Seal Scripted Series Production Alliance

Secuoya Studios, Caracol TV Seal Scripted Series Production Alliance

Secuoya Studios, based in Los Angeles and Madrid, along with Colombia’s Caracol…
FDA Approves First-of-its-Kind Oral Medication for Postpartum Depression

FDA Greenlights Groundbreaking Oral Medication for Postpartum Depression

In a significant stride forward for maternal mental health, the Food and…