Robert Pattinson's ‘The  $21.6M in Previews

Batman’ Bites Off Big

Beats No Way Home

The superhero pic is sure to snag the biggest opening of the pandemic era behind 'Spider-Man: No Way Home.'

Over $21.6 Million

The Batman took flight at the domestic box office with $21.6M in previews for Warner Bros. and DC, including Thursday night shows, and limited Tuesday and Wednesday Imax sneaks.

Goes Past $100M

The $200 million event pic — starring Robert Pattinson as the Caped Crusader — is expected to zoom past $100M by Sunday and score the second-best opening of the pandemic era behind Spider-Man: No Way Home.

Beats Even Marvel

Batman‘s preview gross is the second-best of the pandemic era after No Way Home ($50M). Black Widow took in $13.2M, followed by Venom 2 ($11.6M), Eternals ($9.5M) and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings ($8.8M).

'No Spoiler' Don't Worry!

The Matt Reeves-directed film centers on Bruce Wayne’s earlier days of fighting crime, and is a rogues’ gallery of Batman characters.

Detective Batman Chasing Riddler

As it was already clear this Batman movie was more a detective story of Batman chasing a serial killer, The Riddler played by Paul Dano.

Batman's Suit Lack Details

Robert Pattinson joined the caped crusador actors including infamous, George Clooney — But, unlike Clooney, Pattinson’s costume doesn’t have nipples and a prodigious codpiece.

Wild DCEU Projects  Peacemaker Success

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