After the dark rooms, make way for audio streaming: the Spotify platform announced on Tuesday the launch, in early May and in nine countries including France, of its new audio series based on the universe and psychology of the superhero Batman. Entitled Batman Autopsy, the audio blockbuster will launch simultaneously in the United States, France, Brazil, Germany, Indonesia, India, Italy, Japan and Mexico on May 3, according to the Swedish platform’s press release. It is, to date, the largest simultaneous launch of the streaming platform created in 2008, which details as follows: “This will be the first project to see the light of day under the multi-year agreement between Spotify, Warner Bros. and DC Comics This partnership will leverage DC Comics’ vast library of iconic characters in new Spotify podcasts, bringing together fans around the world in an unforgettable audio experience. was adapted on a country-by-country basis to “reflect the culture and language while remaining true to the main story”. In the United States, it is Winston Duke, known for his role in the film Black Panther, who will be the voice of Bruce Wayne. In France, it is the actor Dali Benssalah, noticed in the last James Bond, who will be the voice of the title role, in an adaptation by director Douglas Attal. Also note the presence in the cast of big names such as André Dussollier, Ana Girardot, Thibault de Montalembert or even Christophe Montenez from the Comédie-Française. listeners on a new journey deep inside Bruce Wayne’s mind, punctuated by plenty of twists and turns and featuring a number of classic Batman super-villains.” This release will come almost two months to the day after the release in the halls of The Batman, a film from Warner Bros. studios, where Batman is played by British actor Robert Pattinson. Since its release a month ago, the feature film directed by Matt Reeves has been an international success, with 673 million dollars in worldwide revenue, according to figures from the firm ComScore dating from the end of March.Leader in audio streaming with more than 406 millions of users around the world, Spotify has been involved in audio fiction for a few years. In 2019, he released, in France, The Employee, an eight-episode thriller with Thibault de Montalembert, Alix Poisson and Virginie Ledoyen.