The Batman London film premiere photos and red carpet review

Robert Pattinson and fellow cast members walked the red carpet for launch of ‘The Batman this evening in London.

Matthew Reeve, Robert Pattinson, Zoë Kravitz, Paul Dano, Jeffrey Wright, Andy Serkis, director (Reeve) and cast attended the UK premiere of their anticipated new spin on the Batman franchise.

Tonight, the film premiere of the highly-anticipated blockbuster film The Batman hit London where endless A-Listers hit up London’s BFI IMAX to watch the brand new movie for the first time.

The actor, 35, cut a smart figure in a long black coat as he left a press junket as he made his way outside and into his waiting car before heading to The Batman premiere screening in London, looking dapper in a black turtleneck and oversized tweed blazer..

The red carpet event comes a week before its cinematic release on Friday, 4 March.

More to follow.

Zoe Kravitz and Robert Pattinson lead stars at London premiere of The Batman

The latest offering from the superhero franchise also stars Zoe Kravitz, Paul Dano, Jeffrey Wright and Andy Serkis.

‘I was absolutely terrified. I haven’t been this scared to release a movie in such a long time and I haven’t released a movie in a realy long time,’ Robert said.

‘I’ve gotten into this habit where I kind of realised, I need to be in the perfect balance of serotonin to watch my own stuff. I need to work out beforehand, I need to have an enormous amount of sugar and caffeine. Whatever I’m watching, I’m like, yes!,’ Robert said laughing.

Watch the video of Robert Pattinson below

To celebrate the release of The Batman, the film’s director and stars attended the special screening event in London.

Robert is taking over from Ben Affleck as the iconic superhero for The Batman – the latest instalment in the iconic superhero’s story.

The hotly anticipated appearance is part of what is set to be the franchise’s longest film yet, coming in at almost three hours.

MarkMeets revealed that the credits don’t start rolling on the movie until after two hours and 55 minutes of action.

The Batman is finally due to hit cinemas at the turn of midnight on March 4 after more than two years in production.

Lead actor Robert previously revealed how he was almost pushed to breaking point by “control freak” director Mark Reeves.

Insiders say New York-born Matt forced Twilight star Robert to do upwards of 50 takes inside the bulky Batman suit, leaving him, and the crew, exhausted.

The source said: “Filming has been a gruelling process, especially for Robert, as Matt is such a perfectionist.

“He’ll insist on doing scenes over and over again and get bogged down in the tiny detail. Some­times it’s like he doesn’t know when to stop.”

Matt directed Cloverfield in 2008, 2014’s Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes and its 2017 sequel War For The Planet Of The Apes.

The source continued: “Matt has done block­busters before, but this is another level.

“Batman is arguably the most popular superhero of all and by the time the film is released it will be the Dark Knight’s first solo movie in ten years.

“Warner Bros can’t afford for the fanbase to be disappointed and have thrown £90million at the film. No one is denying that this is a high stakes production and that Matt is feeling the pressure to get it right.

“But Robert has had a tough time on these franchise movies before. He hated Twilight by the time it wrapped, and the last thing anyone wants is for him to become jaded.”

MarkMeets were the First online news outlet to post photos of The Batman red carpet London Film Premiere screening with exclusive content featuring Robert Patinson and were trending on Twitter with 4 out of the top 5 results for ‘the batman film premiere’ across social media.

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Mark Boardman is an established showbiz journalist and freelance copywriter whose work has been published in Business Insider, Daily Mail, Bloomberg, MTV, Buzzfeed and The New York Post amongst other press. Often spotted on the red carpet at celebrity events and film screenings, Mark is a regular guest on BBC Radio London and in-demand for his opinions for media outlets including Newsweek. His TV credits include This Morning, The One Show and T4. Email

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