Barry Keoghan’s Joker revealed by Warner Bros

Barry Keoghan's Joker

DC unveils a new footage from The Batman seeing Robert Pattinson’s caped crusader meeting the Barry Keoghan’s Joker in a deleted scene from the film.

Warning: SPOILERS ahead for The Batman

DC uncovers another footege from The Batman seeing Robert Pattinson’s caped crusader meeting the Joker in a deleted scene from the film. Co-written and directed by Matt Reeves, the film rotates around Bruce Wayne in his second year of battling wrongdoing in Gotham City as he uncovers a tangled web of corruption going as far as possible back to his deceased father. In the meantime, Batman should likewise wrestle with a serial killer ‘The Riddler’, who is leaving clues at his crime scenes and targeting on Gotham’s elite, including Wayne himself.

Barry Keoghan's Joker

Alongside Pattinson, The Batman includes a group cast including Zoë Kravitz as Selina Kyle/Catwoman, Paul Dano as The Riddler, Jeffrey Wright as Lieutenant Jim Gordon, John Turturro as Carmine Falcone, Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth and Colin Farrell as The Penguin. The movie has scored some positive reviews from critics and audiences, Reeves’ direction, action sequences and fascinating story. The Batman presented various exciting characters for its future shared universe plans and presently crowds are getting their first look at one of the greatest that was concealed all through the film.

Under a month after the film originally took off to theaters, Warner Bros. has revealed The Batman deleted scene. The video sees Pattinson’s Batman meeting Barry Keoghan’s Joker at Arkham Asylum for a conversation. Check out the exciting deleted scene below:

However the idealness of its release might shock many, it shouldn’t be surprising to see Joker show up in The Batman deleted scene. Before the movie’s dramatic introduction, Reeves prodded Keoghan had a “really cool” scene cut from the movie and said it was possible it would be released”after the film comes out.” However, Reeves likewise didn’t demonstrate why The Batman deleted scene was was left out of the final cut or the timeline for when it would be delivered, however since it has shown up, crowds never again need to stand by anxiously to get more film of Barry Keoghan’s Joker.

Barry Keoghan's Joker

The Batman deleted scene may not give a completely clear look at Barry Keoghan’s Joker’s full face, but it gives a lot of exciting looks at his terrifying smile, which Reeves says the villain has had since birth, and an extremely scarred head and patchy head of hair. It additionally settled Keoghan as an terrifying force of evil as the universe’s Joker, regardless of whether Reeves is uncertain who will be the focal reprobate for the next Batman movie or when he will reemerge in the new franchise. Audiences can see the rest of Keoghan’s Joker film with The Batman right now in theaters and scheduled to hit HBO Max on April 19.