Director Matt Reeves has revealed why Bruce Wayne doesn’t disguise his voice when he transforms into the Caped Crusader in the latest version of the movie. Batman.

Reeves reimagined famous superhero stars Robert Pattinson as the main character. Throughout the film, Wayne/Batman follows clues left behind by a sadistic killer.

In a recent interview,the director explains his decision to give his Dark Knight a voice that sounds more natural than a growl, as he has done in previous installments.

“I know I don’t want to play a Batman that’s been done before, has that growl we’ve seen,” said Reeves. Cinemablend.

He continued: “Because I know that in this version, if you’re going to do a detective story, Batman is going to have a lot of dialogue.

“Which, when you actually watch all the movies, Bruce can have a lot of long dialogue but Batman’s dialogue scenes, he has dialogue but it’s controlled.”

The series, which recently aired on HBO Max for US audiences, has received widespread critical acclaim, particularly with performances by Pattinson and Zoe Kravitz being praised.

Zoe Kravitz and Robert Pattinson in The Batman

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It has also been confirmed that Pattinson will reprise his role in a sequel to the film, which is currently in development.

Read The Independent’s Full review here.

Batman Now in theaters and available to stream on HBO Max for US audiences.

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