The Batman - Everyone in Gotham is an orphan (with MacKenzie Green)


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By Rolando Nieves & Nicole Pometti, Rolando Nieves, and Nicole Pometti. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

A new blockbuster season, a new Batman.

This year, Nicole and Rolando are joined by MacKenzie Green to dissect Matt Reeves's "The Batman." Robert Pattinson, as the titular caped-crusader, is joined by Zoë Kravitz, the latest Catwoman; Collin Farrell, unrecognizable as The Penguin; and Paul Dano, as an incellic reimagining of The Riddler.

Can The Batman step out of the shadows of both Batfleck and Chistopher Nolan? What does this film do differently when it comes to the treatment of Bruce Wayne and Batman? And how do we feel about WB/DC's abandonment of continuity? And most importantly, is the world ready for another Batman franchise?

Also, stay tuned for a "purrfectly" delectable lightning round as MacKenzie, Rolando and Nicole share their favorite iterations of the featured Rogues Gallery.


The 15 Most Emo Moments in The Batman, Ranked - LINK

About MacKenzie

MacKenzie Green currently serves as Vice President of Social for Who What Wear/Clique Brands. She is a co-host on The Taylor Strecker Show. She is a proud University of Miami, and Columbia Business School alumna. In 2010, she served as Miss DC USA. Currently, she sits on several charity boards, and is a proud member of Kappa Kappa Gamma and The Links Inc. Green is a proud dog mom of two. She’s a marathon runner, with the bad knees to prove it. You can find her surfing, hiking, or looking for a quality breakfast burrito around Los Angeles.

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