Paul Dano Delves on The Batman Script's Extremely Extra Security

Paul Dano Delves on The Batman Script's Extremely Extra Security

It''s almost a joke at this point. Marvel is acknowledging the NDAs in as people talk about the snipers as if they are real things. GQ recently conducted a profile on Paul Dano, who played The Riddler in earlier this year. It was a success that the studio really needed, and it was later realized that it had an extra security precaution to prevent the script from going missing.

"I never received that many texts, phone calls, and emails," says Dano. On set, he submerged himself into the vast collection of production materials, and said, "Don''t throw it away. Put it in your special binder." He''d seen other ways of keeping secret materials secure. "But this was the first time I had a binder with a locking code on it. Then they added a tracking device."

Due to the amount of hype that will be following The Batman 2, the security measures will likely be equally high. There is something really amusing about the concept of a script inside a box with a locking code and a tracking number. Perhaps that is the next step in keeping the spoilers at bay.

: Release Date, Summary, Cast

Matt Reeves, who plays Robert Pattinson in the dual role of Gotham City''s vigilante detective, and his culpable ego Bruce Wayne, has established himself as the only tool of vengeance among his fellow citizens. After two years of stalking the streets as Batman (Robert Pattinson), striking fear into the hearts of policemen, Bruce Wayne has established himself as the only successor to his opponents. With only a few trusted collaborators, he must forge new relationships,

The first trailer for Gotham D.A. Gil Colson features Zoe Kravitz, Paul Dano, and Jeffrey Wright, as well as John Turturro (the films, ), Peter Sarsgaard, and Andy Serkis, both with the rest of the screen. The trailer for this year''s version will be released on March 4, 2022.

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