Batman was generally characterized to comic book fans in May of 1939, in Detective Comics #27, Batman was represented as a hero, unlike others that had come before. Throughout the years, Batman has encountered many of the horrific villains that haunt Gotham City and beyond, including the other villains like Joker, Harley Quinn, Ra’s Al Ghul, Bane, and Scarecrow. And it was very hard to find a superhero who would beat these famous villains of Batman.
The upcoming Batman, directed by Matt Reeves, is all set to feature the titular hero Robert Pattinson in his second year as a crime-fighting gang and will feature at least four key figures for Pattinson’s Caped Crusader to face off against: The Penguin (Colin Farrell), Catwoman (Zoe Kravitz), Carmine Falcone (John Turturro), and The Riddler (Paul Dano), who may feature as the main antagonist.
The way villains are represented in a Batman film is totally determined by the tone of the tale. Early adaptations, such as Batman and Batman Returns, were fairly accurate to the comic representations of villains such as The Joker and Penguin, whilst The Dark Knight trilogy took a more realistic approach. But now that Batman is being one of the year’s most talked-about trailers, the first look at The Batman left a lot to the imagination and disguised the film’s major story aspects.