‘The Batman’ Releases Deleted Joker Scene
Matt Reeves' "The Batman" might not have had an after-credits stinger, however a recently delivered erased scene opens the entryway for a spin-off with Keoghan.
“The Batman” director Matt Reeves released a deleted scene from his superhero epic on Robert Pattinson’s Caped Crusader facing off against his classic nemesis, the Joker, played by Barry Keoghan.
The five-minute scene sees Robert Pattinson's Batman, in urgent need of help in getting Paul Dano's Riddler, going to visit the Joker in Arkham.
In the event that you wanted persuading, Keoghan's Joker is basically as threatening and dreadful as you could envision - and makes them trust he'll be something like one of The Batman 2's miscreants.
Batman pushes Joker for reasons why Riddler is doing what he’s doing, and why he’s leaving notes for Batman at all of his crimes.
“I think somewhere, deep down, you’re just terrified, because you’re not sure he’s wrong,” Joker says, dissolving into cackles.