The new Batman movie trailer premieres with Zoe Kravitz this weekend at the NBA All-Star Game

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A new trailer for the highly anticipated movie The Batman surfaced this weekend during the NBA All-Star Game on Saturday.

The trailer aired during a commercial break with broadcaster Kevin Harlan to showcase the new clip.

The video originally showed the exterior of Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, everything was operating normally.

Another trailer: A new trailer for the highly anticipated movie The Batman, starring Robert Pattinson as the chief crusader, surfaced during the NBA All-Star Game on Saturday.

Intro: Kevin Harlan introduced the clip and said ‘Wait, is that a bat signal?’ Demand. I think Batman is on the surface. Oh man, I can’t believe what I’m seeing.

“Well, the fun just started on a cold February night here -” the famous sportscaster cut off his statement as the screen began to flash and read “The Truth Revealed”.

“Wow, did you bring that in the truck?” Harlan asked. “Something is happening outside.

The trailer begins to play, and a racket signal overlays the video.

“Wait, is that a bat signal?” ” Demand. I think Batman is on the surface. Oh man, I can’t believe what I’m seeing.

Catwoman: The Trailer Gave Fans Another Look At Zoe Kravitz’s Cat

Fit: Kravitz wears his signature punk suit

Tension: Near the end of the clip, the Catwoman “Caped Crusader” asks who’s under the mask, and if he has a scar, the legendary hero replies “Yes.”

Then the trailer started in earnest and took up the entire screen.

The clip shows off some action sequences before being cut out for Zoë Kravitz’s Catwoman, Colin Farrell’s Penguin, and other characters all talking about the word “revenge.”

Andy Serkis, who plays Bruce Wayne’s trusted butler, Alfred, then says, “I just got pretty famous” to Robert Pattinson’s Bruce Wayne, which makes him laugh.

Revenge: The trailer shows off quite a bit of pre-cut action footage to Zoë Kravitz’s Catwoman, Colin Farrell’s Penguin, and other characters saying the word “revenge.”

Loyal Companion: Andy Serkis, who plays Bruce Wayne’s butler Alfred, then says ‘I just became famous’ to Bruce Wayne’s Robert Pattinson, making him laugh

Take a closer look: Next, fans take a closer look at Farrell as Oswald Cobblepot. He gets up, looks at someone and says, “Boy, you’re everything they say, aren’t you?”

Next, fans take a closer look at Farrell as Oswald Cobblepot.

He gets up, looks at someone and says, “Boy, you’re everything they say, aren’t you?”

Afterwards, Batman heaves himself up using a grappling hook before cutting clips at Catwoman asking, “Aren’t you saying hello?”

Transformation: Shirtless Pattinson wearing his uniform

Recognizable clip: The trailer shows some of the same clips from previous iterations, including the Batmobile flying through a massive fireball while chasing a penguin’s car

The trailer shows off some of the same clips from previous iterations, including the Batmobile flying through a massive fireball while chasing Penguin’s car and other shots of Batman generally battering Gotham’s underworld.

Near the end of the clip, the “Caped Crusader” Catwoman asks who’s under the mask, and if he has a scar, the superhero replies “Yes.”

Batman, directed by Cloverfield director Matt Reeves, is set to hit theaters on March 4.

Coming Soon: Batman, directed by Cloverfield director Matt Reeves, is set for theatrical release on March 4

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