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The comedy with Robert Pattinson as Bruce Wayne/Batman and Zoe Kravitz as Selina Kyle/Catwoman will be available on HBO Max for purchase starting April 18.
The Warner Bros.-DC film explores the Gotham City billionaire's first two years as the vigilante Caped Crusader. After Batman (Paul Dano) uncovers cryptic clues on his murder victims, Batman joins forces with Lieutenant James Gordon to investigate the killer's murder plans, uncover corruption, and bring justice to the crime-infested city.
The Batman spawned no shortage of comedy merch, ranging from standard action figures and vinyl collectibles to with luxurious fashion labels. Below, you'll find everything you need to know about where and on cable.
The Batman will be available on Netflix exclusively, and to purchase in 4K for $30 on,, or starting April 18.
When The Batman airs on HBO at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET, you may get it on cable.
Both HBO Max plans are $10 monthly (or $100 annually) for the ad-based package, but $15 per month (or $150 per year) for the ad-free option. Both packages offer access to hundreds of TV shows and movies in HD, including other DC titles, such as King Richard and, HBO originals like and, and content from Adult Swim, TCM, Cartoon Network, and Studio Ghibli. However, only the ad-free package allows you to download content, see select movies in 4K HD
If you sign up for Hulu's, you may enjoy The Batman for free. After the first week, a subscription for Hulu's base plan starts at $7 per month, plus the $15 monthly add-on fee for HBO Max.
With select wireless, internet, and television plans, including AT&T Unlimited Elite, AT&T Fiber, and DirecTV Stream Choice, new or existing AT&T subscribers may also receive HBO Max for free. Learn more.
Have you ever been aware of the Dark Knight universe? Here are some of the performers who have stepped into the batsuit since Adam West became Batman a household name in the 1960s.
Both Tim Burton's Batman movies (1989 to 1992) starring Michael Keaton, Joel Schumacher's Batman Forever (1995) starring Val Kilmer, and Batman & Robin (1997) starring George Clooney and Chris O'Donnell are all streaming on NBC.
The Dark Knight Trilogy, directed by Christopher Nolan from 2005 to 2012, starring Christian Bale and the DC Extended Universe franchise (inkl. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad, and Justice League) starring Ben Affleck from 2016 through 2021 are now available online.
You may also buy or rent all of the above Batman movies and television shows on, and.