In general, we tend to get tired of seeing films get longer and longer. Don’t get me wrong: we were delighted that Dune lasted a little over 2h30, and it was rather logical that the last Avengers would be one of the few films to approach 3 hours. But this tendency to want to produce feature films always stronger can tire, and we would almost be nostalgic for the period when we could have action films of 1 hour 45 minutes. And overall, when we learn the duration of a film, it rarely makes us dream. Except when we talk about Matt Reeves’ Batman. Already, because Reeves (the Planet of the Apes trilogy) has proven to us in the past that he knew how to hold his films over time without the slightest worry. Also, because the trailers showing Robert Pattinson as Bruce Wayne have given glimpses of sublime images that make fans dream. to see that. Add to that that the official and particularly dark Michael Giacchino theme has just been officially unveiled, and your mouth will be watering more than ever. The Batman will be released in theaters on March 2nd.