Overall it was a pretty cool scene that could've been in the film but we're not entirely happy with the casting of The Joker. He seems "Meh" at best.
While we're sad to see Aquaman and The Flash pushed back like this, we hope the movie studios use the time to add more surprises and guest cameos to each film.
As far as comic book films go The Batman's runtime will only trail that of Avengers: Endgame (three hours and 1 minute) and Zack Snyder's cut of The Justice League (4 hours but went straight to HBO Max).
A surprise new trailer for The Batman is a great late Christmas present.
According to Vanity Fair, production on Matt Reeves The Batman has come to screeching halt with word spreading that the film's star, Robert Pattinson has tested positive for the Coronavirus. Though Warner Bros. has confirmed that filming on the picture has temporarily paused due to COVID-19, they wouldn't say who tested positive on the production team.
While it's still weird to have a barely 200-pound Batman running around Gotham City and kicking ass all night long (even Michael Keaton had a dad bod going for him in the '80s), Pattison aka Edward Cullen's hand skills seemed on point as he pummeled what seemed to be a Joker disciple to the ground.