The Screening of “The Batman” is Chaos as a Guest Releases a Live Bat into the Audience
It is safe to say that Batman is loved by almost everyone. Both audience scores, as well as critic ratings, were very positive. UNILAD concluded their reviews were saying that “from grins to winces, the Batman is a big-screen light only a dark knight can provide.” Reeves and Pattinson are the most brutal actors to portray the caped crusader.
It’s not surprising that people have been running to see it. Entertainment Weekly reported that a screening of the film went wrong last Friday (5 March), when a live bat was unleashed into the theatre because it happened in Texas, of course.
Twitter users captured the chaos in all its glory and managed to capture it on Twitter: “[We] will use the projector and turn that light off. I’m going to turn all these lights off to try and get it into this lighted area. One employee told the amused audience that if you feel uncomfortable being in the darkness with the bat, please leave now.
“Local animal control were immediately contacted and have been monitoring the situation to ensure guest and associate safety,” Annelise Holyoak of Cinepolis told CBS Austin. We have added security to ensure that this does not happen again. All bags are checked upon entry.
CBS Austin reports that most movie-goers opted to stay to finish the movie even though they were offered full refunds. It’s an immersion that you won’t find anywhere else.
Fans were also shocked to hear that Keanu Reynolds will play the Dark Knight. This is in DC League Of Super-Pets, an animated film about DC’s animal sidekicks. It won’t be as dark and gritty as The Batman, but the casting is stunning.