Matthew Perry’s last seven Instagram posts have all had something to do with Batman.
The 54-year-old Friends actor died at his home in Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon after apparently drowning.
Now fans have become aware of the strangely themed social media posts following his untimely death.
In the last week of his life, Perry alluded to the famous superhero character in a series of photos and videos.
In some uploads, the star called himself “Mattman” and his last picture, shared five days before his death, showed him in the outdoor hot tub where his life tragically ended.
A source has since told the story People that the late television sensation was simply “having fun” with the posts and that he was “incredibly happy” in his life.
Curious: Matthew Perry’s last seven Instagram posts all had something to do with Batman
Eerie: His last social media picture, shared five days before his death, showed him in an outdoor hot tub; Perry died “after drowning in his home hot tub,” sources said Saturday, although no drugs were found at the scene and there was no evidence of crime
He captioned the image, which was taken at night and has a midnight blue hue: “Oh so warm water swirling around makes you feel good? I’m Mattman.”
The photo showed him sitting comfortably in the corner of the tub with large headphones resting on his head.
Waves of water pooled around him as the moon shone in the sky above.
On Sunday afternoon, actress Selma Blair left a note that read, “I have the city tonight, Batman.” I’m so sad. I’m so sad, Matty. Come and find me.’
The post currently has more than 1.5 million likes from his 8.8 million followers and since his death his account has been full of speculative comments.
Another recent post consisted of just a short snippet of the glowing moon and a caption that read, “Do you understand what I’m trying to tell you?” – I’m Mattman.’
Previously, there was a snapshot of a lantern pumpkin with the Batman logo engraved on it.
Perry added the phrase, “Do you know what I mean?” in the caption.
Days ago: On October 18, Matthew shared another night shot taken outside that featured the Batman emblem glowing in red lights
Fixation: One of the star’s recent posts revealed that the Batman movie was being shown on multiple screens
On October 18, Matthew shared another night shot taken outside that featured the Batman emblem glowing in red lights.
The caption read: “Sleep well everyone, I have the city tonight,” with the actor once again signing “Mattman.”
In a post less than a week ago, Matthew simply shared a video clip of himself placing red beans on a table while writing, “I had to eat this today. ‘I’m Mattman.’
A photo posted a week ago showed a black-and-white board with the words “Batman Plays Pickleball” written on it and the longtime entertainer captioned it, “WTF?”
Halloween Theme: There was a snapshot of a lantern pumpkin with the Batman logo engraved on it
Strange: A photo published a week ago showed a black and white board with the words “Batman playing pickleball.”
He added another message in the comments that said, “Rest easy. I’m on top of a tall building.”
Perry has previously spoken about his love of the superhero, even naming the final chapter of his memoir “Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing” after the protagonist.
In his book, he recalled imagining himself as Batman and his father as Superman.
He also joked about calling an assistant as “Alfred” and the person who addressed him as “Mr. Wayne”.
More: Another recent post consisted of just a short snippet of the glowing moon and a caption that read, “Do you understand what I’m trying to tell you?” – I’m Mattman’
Weird: In a post less than a week ago, Matthew simply shared a video clip of him putting red beans on a table while writing, “I had to eat this today.” I’m Mattman
Perry reportedly played a two-hour game of pickleball on Saturday before sending his assistant on an errand. When the person returned, Perry was reportedly found lifeless in his hot tub.
Perry gained an international fan base with his role as Chandler in “Friends,” which also earned him an Emmy nomination in 2002.
Behind the scenes, he secretly battled drug abuse for decades, which he describes in detail in his book.
Sources said there was no evidence of foul play and no drugs were found at the scene of his death.