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THE BATMAN Viral Website Reveals A New Cipher

A viral website related to Warner Bros. THE BATMAN – – has revealed some surprising details about the future of the franchise.



The Batman (Warner Bros. Pictures)

A week on from the release of The Batman and now a viral website has given clues to the future of Warner Bros. latest burgeoning franchise.

A key scene in Matt Reeves film finds Robert Pattinson’s Dark Knight and Lieutenant Gordon (Jeffrey Wright) pointed to a website in order to reveal the identity of one of Edward Nashton’s (Paul Dano) next victims. That website,, has been in existence for a while now. Providing fans with clues towards the film’s storyline.

But with the film now out in the open the site has shifted to a loading screen. Over the course of the week the percentage has been slowly creeping up and a short while ago the site completed loading.

Was it the reveal of a villain for the film’s sequel? The announcement of a release date for The Batman 2?

Well for now we don’t know. Fans are treated with a zip file that contains all of Riddler’s evidence against Gotham and the Waynes. The main website features a new message from Nashton from within Arkham claiming that he is safe with “my new friend” before confronting the reader with a new cipher to decode…

Are you ready for a spoiler?

The message reads “Gotham loves a comeback.” A line spoken to Nashton by a fellow prisoner in Arkham. The background of the image features more ciphers which decode to a repeated two letter message… “ha.”

Written and directed by Matt Reeves, The Batman is set to star Robert Pattinson in the title role, Zoe Kravitz as Selina Kyle, Jeffrey Wright as James Gordon, Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth and Paul Dano as Edward Nashton.

The Batman is in UK cinemas now.

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