About a month after its first show, “Batman” It is still one of the most watched films worldwide. The film directed by Matt Reeves and with Robert Pattinson as the protagonist was so well received that the production decided to give fans a “gift” by releasing a deleted scene starring the Joker.
After being well-received in theaters around the world, The Batman has officially introduced a deleted scene with one of Matt Reeves’ best kept secrets, the presence of the Joker played by Barry Keoghan.
The above scene shows Robert Pattinson’s Batman and Joker at the Arkham facility. The “Knight of the Night” went looking for this character because he is a “serial killer” and his knowledge could help him find the whereabouts of the Riddler.
During interrogation, the Joker gains access to Riddler’s case file and gives Batman some clues about another serial killer. The conversation is taken out of context when the Joker says that with his presence the situation will change, realizing that Batman is also an inspiration to criminals who are not afraid of him.
In addition to the revealing dialogue, the scene is also a fresh look at Barry Keoghan’s Joker, as it shows the terrifying details of Batman’s enemy.
It should be noted that the scene bears some resemblance to the interrogation between detective Clarice Starling (Jodie Foster) and serial killer Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins) in 1991’s The Silence of the Lambs.
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