The fashion to adapt famous comics to the cinema continues in all its splendor and one of the most popular franchises of DC Comics, Batman, still has surprises to give us in the big screen. The most recent of these is a new LEGO character movie, "The Lego Batman Movie", which will presumably be released on February 10, 2017.

In this fun adventure, we will see a return to many characters such as The Joker (Zach Galifianakis), the inseparable Batman colleague, Robin (Michael Cera) and, of course, the loyal Alfred (Ralph Fiennes). With the universe of the bat adapted to the world of Lego, we will also enter Gothic City, to accompany the dark superhero in his exploits.

A dream come true for DC fanatics.

The followers of Batman were very excited when analyzing with attention the poster of the film, where you can observe other iconic characters of the comic. The Penguin, Clayface, Scarecrow, Man-Bat and King Tut, are the most outstanding, for being emblematic villains in history. But that is not all. The poster also showed other superheroes that have been very successful for DC, such as Aquaman, The Flash or Hawkman. Will the Justice League intervene in the film? There are those who dare to ensure that it will be so.

While many details of the plot have not been revealed yet, if it has come to light that the relationship between Batman and Robin will be an important point within the argument.

Something like an interaction between father and son, which is sure to give a touching touch to the tape. If so, it is likely that most of the characters mentioned above, have only a few cameos, whether we like it or not, Batman and his assistant are the main attraction of the story.

This is the first spin-off that takes place after the hit "The Lego Movie", premiered in 2014, showing us a comic and mysterious batman.

We can not wait to see Batman again in the cinema! It's a shame that it takes so long to see this movie., but we will be waiting for it with eagerness. And until then, surely we will have more news to share.

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