Nearly 30 years after the album 'Nevermind', 'Something in the Way' returns to the charts.
At the DC FanDome celebration, the global 'online' macro-event held by DC Comics last Saturday, August 22, Warner Bros. he presented the first and long-awaited teaser trailer for Matt Reeves's The Batman, in which we saw Robert Pattinson as a Bruce Wayne and other characters from the film to the beat of Nirvana's 'Something In The Way'.
It was to be hoped that this two-minute trailer for The Batman would have made all the impact it has generated among the Dark Knight's fans, but what has surprised many is that Nirvana's song skyrocketed in digital sales after the release of that first teaser, just two days ago.
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As Comicbook.com, 'Something In The Way', the track with which Nirvana's 1991 album Nevermind concludes, has risen to 18th on Amazon Music's best-selling tracklist and to number 22 on the iTunes Store's 200 Best List. Nearly 30 years after it saw the light, the Seattle band's most iconic album returns to the charts thanks to the Gotham City vigilante.
The first trailer for The Batman has left us with very promising images. For starters, Robert Pattinson as a tormented and dark Bruce Wayne because of a puzzle game designed by Enigma and Robert Pattinson as a solid and violent Dark Knight. In the teaser, we have also seen Catwoman, Commissioner Jim Gordon, and The Penguin, played by a very transformed Colin Farrell.
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During the DC FanDome panel, Matt Reeves explained his greatest influences when thinking about this dark and realistic Batman: the 1970s Hollywood police and noir cinema from Chinatown, Roman Polanski's 1974 neo-noir, William Friedkin's The French Connection, or Martin Scorsese's Driver Taxi.