The Batman teaser dropped last night and whoever is not watching it on loop right now is posting about how brilliant it is.
Also the trailer for Justice League Snyder Cut dropped but my God comparing to the rest of the stuff that had teasers it doesn't even look like an actual movie, so let's not talk about that.
We did get the second Wonder Woman 1984 trailer which reveals Cheetah - who looks as good as a human/cat hybrid possibly can. Kristten Wiig's performance looks to be really, really strong and Chris Pine's perfect comedy timing saves some of the cringy attempts at humor. The film looks stunning and we also got the first track from the score by Hans Zimmer which sounds very surprising and great. There's no date on the trailer and on the poster which suggests we will have to wait longer than till October.
Then we got a roll call showing The Suicide Squad characters, promising a fun film, and the behind the scenes look that made it look like a lot of colorful entertainment. I do think we have been getting a bit too much of Harley lately and it's a shame someone as inept as David Ayer put her on the path she is on which is just being a loud, comic relief.
These two films both got wonderful promos but then we got a prerecorded message from mellow and disheveled Robert Pattinson and about 15 minutes of Matt Reeves passionately talking about his vision for The Batman and the characters in the movie. This looks like Batman if it was made by David Fincher. It has huge Se7en, Zodiac and The Girl with the Dragon Tatto vibes. It has a damn solvable riddle by the Riddle in it. It has Nirvana mixed with brand new theme for the movie. It has Colin Farrell being so unrecognizable had he not said a line I would not believe it is him (WB, I will SUE). I now officially anticipate it the most out of these films because it looks like the path they should be taking with this character from the start, because it's pretty much the only release from theirs the plot of which has not leaked (secure your shit, you fools) and because as I am not fond of Bale's Batman and Nolan's trilogy there is a room here to give us the best Batman and best Batman movie yet. If the studio is confident enough to give it R rating - hopefully it will happen - then there would be at least one good thing that came out of Joker.