January 17th, 2022 / 1 Comment

UPDATED: 17 January 2022

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Here’s a HQ version of the photo below

6 January 2022

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Rolling Stone shared this great new image of Rob as Batman on promoting it’s Most Anticipated Movie Lists. I’ve added it to our Anticipated Lists Roundup HERE, but for now let’s appreciate Rob … I mean Batman.

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Thank @OneTakeNews for wider shot

January 13th, 2022 / 1 Comment

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Variety is reporting that Rob’s The Batman has been given a PG-13 rating by the MPAA in the US (no classification has been finalised for Australia at the time of posting, however, it looks more than likely going off the US rating that it will be either M or MA15+ for Oz):

Don’t expect gratuitous violence or excessive f-bombs in “The Batman.” The newest Caped Crusader story, starring Robert Pattinson as Gotham City’s enigmatic protector, has landed a PG-13 rating from the Motion Picture Association, despite speculation the Warner Bros. movie could be rated R.

The film has been rated PG-13 for “strong violent and disturbing content, drug content, strong language, and some suggestive material,” according to the MPA.

Sources close to the film say “The Batman,” which is grounded more in reality than recent DC adaptations, was able to nab a PG-13 rather than an R-rating because it doesn’t have excessive foul language or nudity (sorry, Pattinson stans!), and though intense action scenes abound, it’s more along the lines of exploding buildings and wrecked cars than merciless stabbings or shooting sprees. With that in mind, the less-provisional rating isn’t a surprise since Christopher Nolan’s exceedingly grim “Dark Knight” trilogy were christened as PG-13.

From a box office perspective, a PG-13 rating could be the difference between tens of millions of dollars. Though director Todd Phillip’s disturbing R-rated vision for “Joker” didn’t prevent that movie from becoming insanely profitable, restricting to moviegoers under the age of 17 likely contributed to box office shortcomings for “The Suicide Squad” and “Birds of Prey.” During the pandemic, younger males have been fueling the wobbly recovery of the domestic box office, so limiting younger audience members could be perceived as unwise.

January 13th, 2022 / 8 Comments

UPDATED: 13 January 2022

How I’ve missed hearing Rob speak.

UPDATED: 9 January 2022

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Thanks @pattinsonbrasil

15 December 2021

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We’ve been waiting some time to find out the details of how to enter this competition, but we might have to wait a little longer since it appears Australians can’t enter. Each time I click on the link HERE – it diverts to a Miami House which apparently I can enter. Go figure.

If you want to check whether you can enter, then click the link above. Also, if anyone can screenshot or tell me details for those fortunate enough to be eligible to enter, that would be appreciated.

Here’s the info thanks to All You Need is Rob (very much appreciated) – head on over by clicking on the link to find out more info.

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January 12th, 2022 / 7 Comments

UPDATED: 12 Jan 2022

Two promo images now untagged and in UHQ. You’re welcome!

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Update 23 Dec 2021

Empire has shared another new promotional image featuring Rob and Zoe Kravitz – am loving these daily treats

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19 Dec 2021

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January 11th, 2022 / No Comments

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There’s been some speculation on whether Rob’s The Batman will follow other releases that are currently being pushed back due to the latest Omicron Covid variant. Variety is reporting the following today:

WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar has reassured comic book movie fans that Matt Reeves’ highly anticipated “The Batman” is still on track for its March 4 theatrical release, despite the omicron variant surge.

Given that Sony pushed its comic book tentpole “Morbius” from January to April, and Disney announced its Pixar title “Turning Red” will skip theaters in March and head straight to Disney Plus, many moviegoers have wondered if “The Batman’s” release is safe. Kilar told Puck News that Warner Bros. is keeping its eye on the pandemic, but no delay is currently in the cards.

“We’re certainly paying attention to everything going on with omicron,” Kilar said. “We feel good about the date right now. We’re gonna watch it day by day.”

Unlike Warner Bros.’ 2021 theatrical slate, “The Batman” — starring Robert Pattinson and Zoe Kravitz — will have an exclusive 45-day theatrical window before it’s made available to stream on HBO Max. All of the studio’s 2021 movies, including “The Matrix Resurrections” and “Dune,” debuted in theaters at the same time they streamed on HBO Max for their first 31 days of release. Kilar said the studio “took understandable heat from a number of people” but the decision paid off, as HBO Max beat forecasts and ended 2021 with 73.8 million subscribers.

“It’s hard to argue; we made the right decision,” Kilar told Puck News. “We served the customers, the fans. We partnered with theaters; we were the only ones to provide 18 theatrical features with full marketing spends and full global theatrical releases. And we worked with our [talent] participants to make sure they were taken care of.”

In a recent interview on Vox’s “Recode” podcast, Kilar celebrated Warner Bros.’ new 45-day theatrical window. “I feel really, really good knowing that ‘The Batman,’ ‘Black Adam,’ ‘The Flash,’ ‘Elvis’ and a whole host of other movies are literally going to be showing up on day 46 on HBO Max in a variety of territories all over the world,” he said. “That is a very, very big change that I don’t think people appreciate, and I feel really good about it.”

“Think about when movies would show up on HBO, which is eight to nine months after theatrical premiere,” Kilar added. “‘The Batman’ is going to show up on day 46 on HBO Max. That is a huge change from where things were in 2018, 2017, 2016.”

“The Batman” is scheduled to open in theaters on March 4 and will debut on HBO Max on April 19.

Guess we will have to watch WarnerMedia day by day …

January 10th, 2022 / No Comments

Update: 10 January 2022

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There seems to be a new image of Rob as Batman on Amazon US for some new merchandise – drink coasters.

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Thanks @WayneTerminus for heads up

8 January 2022

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Thanks to USA Today we have this new image of Robert Pattinson.

Here’s the HQ:

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