Robert Pattinson’s ‘The Batman’ Named Most In-Demand DC Movie Of 2022

Bring on the sequel!

Robert Pattinson The Batman Warner Bros. Matt Reeves

A new report has revealed that The Batman was the most in-demand DC Comics movie of 2022.

Parrot Analytics is a data science company that provides a Global Content Demand measurement system, which uses artificial intelligence and big data analytics to measure audience demand for TV shows and movies across various platforms and markets. According to Parrot Analytics, The Batman was the most in-demand DC movie of 2022, outpacing Black Adam and DC League of Super-Pets.

The demand for The Batman was likely driven by a combination of factors, including the strong following of the Dark Knight and the high-profile cast led by Robert Pattinson. Additionally, the film’s marketing campaign, which included trailers, posters, and merchandise, generated significant buzz and anticipation among fans.

The success of The Batman can also be attributed to the increased demand for superhero movies in recent years, as well as the growing popularity of the DC Comics franchise. With James Gunn and Peter Safran working on a eight-to-ten year plan for the DC Univese, the future of these characters looks brighter than ever.

The future of the Batman series

The heads of DC Studios recently revealed that The Batman: Part II is set to hit theaters on October 2025. Matt Reeves is returning to the director’s chair and co-writing the script alongside Mattson Tomlin.

The Batman opened in theaters in March 2022, introducing audiences to a new take on the titular DC Comics hero played by Robert Pattinson. It earned $770.8 million at the worldwide box office, a figure that makes it the seventh highest-grossing movie of 2022.

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Source: TheWrap

Michael Bezanidis

Michael Bezanidis

Michael is the Managing Editor of Heroic Hollywood. When he's not playing video games, he's usually writing about film and television.