The new release marks a “dark” role for 35-year-old Robert Pattinson, having recently confessed to having some difficulties on set during filming.
The next instalment in the Caped Crusader filmography is just shy of three hours at a casual two hours and 55 minutes.
It's the longest Batman film ever made and falls just a few minutes short of being the longest superhero movie to hit cinemas. So, do fans need to sit through until the bitter end for a post-credits scene?
Does The Batman have a post-credits scene?
Yes, The Batman does appear to have a post-credits scene.
However, reports suggest that the clip isn’t made-up of new footage or that it even suggests a sequel to the film.
Warning: The Batman spoilers ahead
Following the credits, the scene that follows shows the Riddler’s question mark text cursor showing on the silver screen.
All that follows is simply the words: “Goodbye”.
A burst of images fills the screen, as well as what resembles a URL. Although it goes fairly quickly, it’s believed that the URL is for El Rata Alada, the Riddler's website which is seen in both the movie and the press campaign leading up to its release.
The website’s game is still available to play now, with confusing riddles to decode in order to win “justice”.
Although, it’s not predicted that the game itself will reveal anything about the movie’s follow-ups.
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