Batman fans get excited about the secret Google Easter egg – here’s how to watch

DC fans are happy to discover a Easter eggs on Google appeared before release Batman.

Matt ReevesRobert Pattinson’s upcoming film starring a crusader with a hat – is set to hit theaters on March 4.

Before the movie came out, Google rolled out an easter egg that would let users see superheroes darts on their screens.

Fans can search for “Bruce Wayne,” “Gotham City” or “Bat-Signal” to trigger a browser scan animation.

After entering the search term, the user has to click on the small yellow icon that appears on the left side of the screen to start the animation.

A Google spokesperson clarified that Warner Bros – the studio behind Batman – not responsible for easter eggs.

The cool feature will be available to enjoy for a year, according to Diversity.

Paul Dano – who will play The Riddler, the main antagonist of the film – recently said he had trouble sleeping after playing the “scary” character.

Robert Pattinson on the set of The Batman

(Colin McPherson)

“There were some nights around where I probably didn’t sleep as well as I wanted to just because it was a little bit difficult to get rid of this character,” he said.

“It takes a lot of energy to get there. And so you almost have to maintain it once you’re there because going up and down is so difficult. “

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Despite the film’s reported dark tone, Reeves was refuting the speculation that there might be a cut in the R rating of Batmanwith the film releasing in the US with a lenient PG-13 rating, and in the UK at 15.

Batman premieres in cinemas on March 4. Batman fans get excited about the secret Google Easter egg – here’s how to watch

Tom Vazquez

Tom Vazquez is a USTimeToday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Tom Vazquez joined USTimeToday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with Tom Vazquez by emailing

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