The sequel to “The Batman” with Robert Pattinson reprising the role of Bruce Wayne will be in theaters on October 3, 2025. And even before filming began, an image came to light that reveals what an overwhelming impression it could have. the Arkham psychiatric prison in the new film, starring Matt Reeves will expand his special Dark Knight universe.
One of the key locations in the film with Pattinson and also in the comics was Arkham Asyluma place where some of the craziest villains the caped crusader has encountered are imprisoned. One of the most overwhelming aspects of this strange and disturbing place, which houses criminals of the caliber of the Joker, Enigma or Two-Faceare its iconic doors.
In fact, Reeves didn’t appear in any of the sequences The Batman is the sinister presence that houses the entrance to Arkham Asylum, just the inside of the middle. But to everyone’s surprise, a comic has already revealed what the doors of this eerie place look like.
It was on an alternate cover of issue 6 of the official prequel to the film. The Riddler: Year One tells who Edward Nasthon was and how Paul Dano’s character became one of Gotham’s most terrifying villains before the events of The Batman were told.
This image shows the frightening appearance of Arkham Asylum’s exterior, which is very similar to that previously seen in the Dark Knight staples, with its sharp bars.. And perhaps Reeves wants to continue delving into both the exterior and interior of his walls in the sequel to The Batman.
Our first look at the exterior of the Reevesverse’s Arkham Asylum from The Riddler: Year One #6 pic.twitter.com/scrQiNqUIj
— Matt Reeves' Batverse (@RottenGotham) August 26, 2023
In addition, it is taken into account that the sequence from is eliminated The first film saw Dano’s grotesque villain forging a dangerous alliance with Barry Keoghan’s Joker to defeat the Dark Knight once and for all.. In addition, Reeves and his team are responsible for productions around the world of The Batman Filming a spin-off series of The Penguin starring Colin Farrell, to be released on HBO Max and set a week after the events of the first film and will follow on from the sequel, in which Pattinson reprises the role of Bruce Wayne.