Google famous for bringing some of the right gimmick to its search engines. In the past, this trend has included a number of ties to things including movies and special events, and now their latest update capitalizes on the growing enthusiasm for Batman to welcome the film’s release. The Batman directed by Matt Reeves next week. Google now allows anyone searching for certain words (not all) related to the Dark Knight to bring up an animation featuring the Bat-Signal and the silhouette of the Caped Crusader itself swinging across the user’s search page.
But a Google spokesperson noted that the new feature is not tied to any particular Warner Bros. film or Batman release, the feature will be available for one year and can be triggered by searching for Batman-centric words such as “Bruce Wayne,” “Gotham City” and ” Bat Signal,” which can be activated via the small Bat Signal icon (in yellow) that appears to the right of the screen. The user can click on this icon to activate the unique animation. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work just for “Batman” or “The Batman”.
You’d be forgiven for thinking that there’s not much new to come from the Batman franchise, but that may be changing. Although Robert Pattinson Being the sixth lead actor to take on the role on the big screen, there’s certainly a lot of variety about the Dark Knight that remains to be explored, and each one brings its own version of the story of Gotham City and the villains who inhabit it.
Matt Reeves will bring to life one of the earliest versions of Batman ever seen on the big screen, and with that comes a much more down to earth version of the character than depicted in other films. The film is raw, dark and quite wild, and the potential future of Robert Pattinson as Bruce Wayne and his world is promising.
The Batman jalso starring Paul Dano as The Riddler, Zoë Kravitz as Catwoman, Colin Farrell as The Penguin, John Turturro as Carmine Falcone, Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth, Jeffrey Wright as Jim Gordon, and Peter Sarsgaard as Gotham District Attorney Gil Colson. Matt Reeves directed the film using a screenplay co-written with Peter Craig. The film is not connected to the DCEU and is set in a standalone universe meant to launch a separate film series and several spin-offs.
And specifically for Indonesia, this film will be released earlier, namely on March 2, 2022, compared to the main release which falls on March 4.