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Zoe Kravitz is seen in character as Selina Kyle for the first time in an image from The Batman

Zoe Kravitz was seen in character as Selina Kyle, also known as Catwoman, for the first time in a shot from the upcoming DC Comics-based flick The Batman.

The film’s director Matt Reeves shared the never-before-seen image of the 32-year-old actress as the antiheroine to his Twitter account on Friday.

Continuing to hype up Saturday’s highly-anticipated DC FanDome event, Reeves unveiled two new posters for The Batman, which sees Robert Pattinson as the caped crusader.

First look:  Zoe Kravitz was seen in character as Selina Kyle, also known as Catwoman, for the first time in a shot from the upcoming DC Comics-based flick The Batman that was shared to director Matt Reeves’ Twitter account on Friday

Kravitz’s Selina Kyle stared broodingly off screen in the film still while donning a white sleeveless top and with her shoulder-length hair neatly parted to one side.

Her brown eyes were accentuated with smudged black eyeliner.

The first film poster uploaded by Reeves featured Pattinson as the titular superhero standing in the rain.

The other poster showcased Paul Dano’s Riddler, who could be seen donning a suit with a question mark on the front of it while holding up a note that read: ‘To The Batman’ 

Fans will get a glimpse at the next full-length trailer for the long awaited feature at Saturday’s DC Fandome event.

New material: The filmmaker also shared two new posters for the upcoming flick, one of which showed the titular character standing in the rain

New material: The filmmaker also shared two new posters for the upcoming flick, one of which showed the titular character standing in the rain

Menacing: The other poster featured Paul Dano's The Riddler holding a note that read: 'To the Batman'

Menacing: The other poster featured Paul Dano’s The Riddler holding a note that read: ‘To the Batman’

Reeves previously took to Twitter on Thursday morning to share a new image taken directly from the trailer, showcasing the back of Batman’s cowl.

The Batman Twitter account also joined in on the fun, sharing a brief teaser that reveals Pattinson’s gravelly ‘Bat-voice’ for the first time.

The photo he shared featured Batman looking out over Gotham City just as the sun is starting to rise. 

Tease: Fans will get a glimpse at the next trailer for Warner Bros.' highly-anticipated DCEU adventure The Batman at the DC Fandome event on Saturday, though the studio and director gave fans an early tease on Thursday

Tease: Fans will get a glimpse at the next trailer for Warner Bros.’ highly-anticipated DCEU adventure The Batman at the DC Fandome event on Saturday, though the studio and director gave fans an early tease on Thursday

The director added in his caption, ‘Good Morning, from Gotham City… Can’t wait to show you more at #DCFanDome this Saturday…,’ with the hashtags #TheBatman and #TrailerShot.

Earlier that morning, The Batman Twitter released a brief teaser, which included a line from the film and presumably the trailer, with Pattinson’s Batman stating, ‘It’s not just a signal; it’s a warning.’

They asked fans to like that tweet, ‘for reminders before and when #TheBatman is released.’ 

Caption: The director added in his caption, 'Good Morning, from Gotham City… Can’t wait to show you more at #DCFanDome this Saturday…,' with the hashtags #TheBatman and #TrailerShot

Caption: The director added in his caption, ‘Good Morning, from Gotham City… Can’t wait to show you more at #DCFanDome this Saturday…,’ with the hashtags #TheBatman and #TrailerShot

Voice: Earlier in the morning, The Batman Twitter released a brief teaser, which included a line from the film and presumably the trailer, with Pattinson's Batman stating, 'It’s not just a signal; it’s a warning'

Voice: Earlier in the morning, The Batman Twitter released a brief teaser, which included a line from the film and presumably the trailer, with Pattinson’s Batman stating, ‘It’s not just a signal; it’s a warning’

The tweet included a brief graphic with the iconic Bat-signal and audio of Pattinson’s voice, indicating how his voice will change while he’s in the Bat-suit.

Others who have portrayed Batman like Christian Bale and Ben Affleck have taken on a more raspy or gravelly tone when they’re in the full Bat-suit, so Pattinson’s similar vocal intonations aren’t terribly surprising. 

The very first trailer was unveiled during the DC FanDome event in August 2020, which offered the first look at Pattinson as The Caped Crusader, with director Matt Reeves coming full circle by releasing the next trailer at the 2020 FanDome event. 

Warning: They asked fans to like that tweet, 'for reminders before and when #TheBatman is released'

Warning: They asked fans to like that tweet, ‘for reminders before and when #TheBatman is released’

The story is reportedly set within Bruce Wayne’s second year of being Batman, meaning this won’t be another rebooted origin story.

The superhero adventure also features a number of iconic DC Comics characters like Dano’s The Riddler, the main villain of the film, and Kravitz’s Catwoman.

Colin Farrell plays The Penguin (though he has admitted to only being in a few scenes), Jeffrey Wright as James Gordon and Andy Serkis as Bruce’s trusted butler Alfred Pennyworth. 

Next trailer: The very first trailer was unveiled during the DC FanDome event in August 2020, which offered the first look at Pattinson as The Caped Crusader, with director Matt Reeves coming full circle by releasing the next trailer at the 2020 FanDome event

Next trailer: The very first trailer was unveiled during the DC FanDome event in August 2020, which offered the first look at Pattinson as The Caped Crusader, with director Matt Reeves coming full circle by releasing the next trailer at the 2020 FanDome event

Matt Reeves directs from a script he co-wrote with Peter Craig (The Town) and Mattson Tomlin (Project Power) with Reeves and Dylan Clark producing.

Warner Bros. has set a March 4, 2022 release date for The Batman, which is currently the only movie slated for release that weekend.

The studio will also release Black Adam on July 29, 2022 and Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom on December 16, 2022.

Coming soon: Matt Reeves directs from a script he co-wrote with Peter Craig (The Town) and Mattson Tomlin (Project Power) with Reeves and Dylan Clark producing

Coming soon: Matt Reeves directs from a script he co-wrote with Peter Craig (The Town) and Mattson Tomlin (Project Power) with Reeves and Dylan Clark producing

Release: Warner Bros. has set a March 4, 2022 release date for The Batman, which is currently the only movie slated for release that weekend

Release: Warner Bros. has set a March 4, 2022 release date for The Batman, which is currently the only movie slated for release that weekend


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