As we know, in The Batman Barry Keoghan plays the Joker .
We saw him at the end of the film, in an Arkham cell , as he consoles the Riddler ( Paul Dano ) after his plan fails.
Some time ago, director Matt Reeves had talked about a scene with the character removed from the final cut:
It’s a scene where we see Batman very upset that the Riddler is writing to him. He wonders, “Well, why is this guy writing to me?” And he realizes he has to profile this killer.
He then goes to meet another killer with whom he clearly has had an experience in these first two years. And the killer in this story isn’t the character we know yet, right? They are all in their infancy.
In the comics, these characters often declare their alter ego in response to the fact that there is a Batman out there. And so, here we have a Joker who isn’t the Joker yet.
The scene in question has finally landed on the web. This is a particularly intense moment, which allows us to take a concrete look at the look of Barry Keoghan ‘s Joker .
The cast of the film
Robert Pattinson plays Bruce Wayne / Batman , while Andy Serkis is Alfred and Jeffrey Wright lends his face to James Gordon . Zöe Kravitz plays Catwoman ; Paul Dano is the Riddler ; Colin Farrell plays the Penguin ; John Turturro is Carmine Falcone . Also starring are Peter Sarsgaard (District Attorney Gil Colson ), Jayme Lawson (Mayor Candidate Bella Reál ) andBarry Keoghan (agent Stanley Merkel ).
The script is the work of director Matt Reeves and Mattson Tomlin . The production is handled by himself together with Dylan Clark , his partner in the Planet of the Apes films .
The director of photography is Greig Fraser .