‘The Batman’ Is Coming To HBO Max In April: Report

‘The Batman’ is the latest DC superhero film starring Robert Pattinson as the new caped crusader. The flick is a reimagining of the hero in a completely new Gotham, separate from the DCEU timeline. Moreover, the film is still in theatres; so if you haven’t seen it already, you still have the chance to do so.

But you might not want to go to crowded cinema halls and pay for tickets. Watching movies from the comfort of your home is also a great experience. And according to the latest news, the Dark Knight’s new flick is coming to streaming a lot sooner than expected. If you’d like to know more then keep reading.

“The Batman” streaming release date

According to a report by Deadline, the film is coming to HBO Max on April 19, 2022. This is as expected 46 days after its theatrical release. The report comes from an accidental page that was added to HBO.com and was later removed. You can check it yourself at the link above.

April is looking like a massive month for the streaming platform. Another awesome release coming to it at that time is the highly anticipated series “Tokyo Vice”. The series, based on the book of the same name, is coming to HBO Max on April 9.

Is “The Batman” worth watching?

"The Batman" Is Coming To HBO Max In April: Report
Image Credit: Warner Bros.

The film aims to revitalize the vigilante in a completely new light by replacing Ben Affleck’s iteration with the new Robert Pattinson’s. It further separates itself from the DCEU by seemingly not having any connection to it.

While this severed connection can be sensed in the literal storyline it can also be sensed by its themes. The film is very dark and gritty, making it unlike any superhero flick let alone DC. It features the Dark Knight in his early years being his lowest point where he himself is starting to lose faith in the city he’s protecting. What follows is the most faithful live-action Batman movie we’ve ever seen.

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