The point is that the scene was too chaotic and far to short for most people to give it any thought at all.
After the fact, sure. Unless you were already critical and looking for things like that during the first viewing. But then you're not actually watching the movie. You're just looking for things to critique.
Keaton returning as Batman would be good for marketing (imagine the crowd going crazy at Comic-Con for the reveal trailer) and can totally work >>>>>>> depending on the script and the person who directs it. WB dropped the ball when it came to developing scripts (for DCU), hiring legitimately good directors, and allowing those directors to craft a compelling movie.
I'm more optimistic about Matt Reeves than an previous directors (since Nolan), however Hollywood is off-track these days. They're more preoccupied with pandering than entertaining.
I have been waiting for all these dc series to wrap up before jumping in.Aw crap, I'm so tired of all this multi-verse crap.