Robert Pattinson puts his growling voice as Bruce Wayne on display in new 'The Batman' trailer

Robert Pattinson arrives at 'The Lost City of Z' UK premiere at the British Museum
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It's time for Robert Pattinson to sink his teeth into "The Batman."

On Saturday, a brand new trailer for the upcoming superhero film was released at DC FanDome, the virtual convention that promotes upcoming projects in the DC Universe.

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The explosive clip shows a brooding Pattinson as the Dark Knight, Paul Dano as The Riddler, Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman, Jeffrey Wright as Commissioner Gordon, Andy Serkis as Alfred, and a completely unrecognizable Colin Farrell as Penguin.

"Twilight" fans will also enjoy a quick shot of Pattinson's shirtless, muscular back. Team Edward!

Earlier in the week, Warner Bros. released a very brief teaser giving fans a glimpse of Pattinson’s voice in the iconic role of Bruce Wayne.

“It’s not just a signal; It’s a warning” Pattinson utters with a deep intonation.

Fans on Twitter had mixed reviews about the sound of Pattinson’s voice. Many found that he didn’t sound enough like iconic superhero should.

“Is it me or does he kind of sound like Ben Affleck's Batman?” one person said referring to Affleck’s “Batman” film in 2013.

Hear Robert Pattinson as The Batman HERE

“It's not even close. lol. Ben Affleck's version used electronic voice changer. Pattinson is purely his own voice,” another user wrote.

“It will just be strange to see an unscary vampire turn into a cool, potentially threatening bat,” another person wrote referring to Pattinson’s breakout role on "Twilight."

Others on Twitter seemed excited for the upcoming action film. One person wrote, “BRING ON THE BATMAN,” while another said, “Let's goooo!”

The first official trailer for the film was released last year at DC FanDome. In that trailer, Pattison takes on the toughness and crime-fighting adventures of the role.

Watch first "The Batman" trailer HERE

In September 2020, Pattinson tested positive for coronavirus, causing a delay in filming during a London shoot.

"A member of The Batman production has tested positive for COVID-19, and is isolating in accordance with established protocols," Warner Bros. said in a statement. "Filming is temporarily paused." A source of Pattinson was able to confirm his diagnosis to 1010 WINS.

"The Batman" is scheduled to hit theaters on March 4, 2022.

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