While waiting for Warner Bros.’ next round of streaming and theatrical projects, fans can now watch Matt Reeves’ Batman All on HBO Max.The Robert Pattinson-led reboot has impressed at the global box office and is currently tied with over $750 million Heroes takes place globally in the third live-action iteration of the 21st century.
In addition to the film’s financial success, Batman It was well received by critics and fans alike, who even compared it to the quality and solid nature of director Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy. Featuring four top-notch Caped Crusader antagonists like Colin Farrell’s The Penguin and Paul Dano’s The Riddler, this new single-player epic tells a story that fans will revisit often.
Now Batman Available on HBO Max, the streaming service is using the film to help promote nearly a dozen other DC outings available to watch, while it helps promote the newest addition to the family. Helping that is a new ad promoting the film’s arrival on HBO Max, though it offers some laughs in the process.
HBO Max gets fun with Batman ad
HBO Max’s Latin American division launches ad campaign Batmanbegan streaming on the service on April 18, YouTube. As the company celebrates the first live-action DC movie of 2021, the ad brings a lot of laughs.
The clip first zooms in on a small Batman action figure standing on a bookshelf, then moves to a version of the computer and Batman hood.
The shot then shifts to a couple wearing Batman and Catwoman from the movie, shortly after a makeshift bat symbol flashes across the wall. As Batman looks out into the rain, Catwoman begins stroking his body before finding the remote in his utility belt.
Finally, the camera pans down to show them both wearing pajama bottoms with socks on the bottom before they sit comfortably on the couch watching a new movie together.
The full 60-second point looks like this:
Watch Batman in a batsuit or pajamas?
although Batman HBO Max itself doesn’t contain a ton of humorous moments, but HBO Max certainly uses its own sense of humor to help promote its latest movie to start streaming. The contrast between the dark and strong outfits used in the film and the pair of plaid pajama bottoms and furry socks is enough to make anyone chuckle.
Even with how funny the ad was, the video helped fans get ready for the film’s nearly three-hour action, which is now streaming to the world for the entire world to see. It also comes with nearly half an hour of extra footage to give fans a deeper look into the making of the film, all before Blu-ray Disc brings nearly a dozen other extras.
Aside from removing footage of Barry Keoghan’s Joker and other stories about The Riddler from other outlets, the film’s full streaming debut should keep DC fans busy for the foreseeable future.
Batman Now streaming on HBO Max.