Robert Pattinson TEASES his version of Caped Crusader in The Batman, reveals he won’t be a ‘straight up hero’


Fans shouldn’t anticipate Robert Pattinson‘s Batman to be a straight-up hero in The Batman. In Matt Reeves’ forthcoming film, Warner Bros. will unveil a completely new version of the famend DC hero. Plot particulars are nonetheless scarce, however the film’s star-studded ensemble has already been aggressively promoted.

Pattinson’s Bruce Wayne/Batman will be accompanied by Selina Kyle/Catwoman performed by Zoe Kravitz, Riddler performed by Paul Dano, Penguin performed by Colin Farrell, Commissioner Gordon performed by Jeffrey Wright, and Alfred performed by Andy Serkis. Following a collection of delays, The Batman is now set to be launched in March 2022. However, given the recent wave of the coronavirus pandemic, there may be nonetheless a danger that it will get pushed again even additional. Regardless, the blockbuster’s promotion is already ramping up with a slew of teasers.

To add to the intrigue, Pattinson simply revealed that he will play Bruce Wayne’s alter ego in The Batman. In a latest interview with The Daily Record, the actor explains his preparation for enjoying one of probably the most iconic superheroes of all time, in addition to teasing what his rendition would seem like. While most individuals assume of the Caped Crusader as a “straight-up” hero, Pattinson says his portrayal will be a little extra advanced. He mentioned as per Screenrant, “I wanted to know about as a lot of the historical past of the character as potential to see what hadn’t actually been achieved … People see Batman as this straight-up heroic character however in our story it actually questions what the character of a hero is and it provides a lot of completely different angles to it.”

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Given Pattinson’s remarks, it should be intriguing to see if this Batman is likewise open to murdering. When Ben Affleck’s version of Batman was seen immediately killing unhealthy people in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, his violent aspect grew to become a sizzling situation. Interestingly, with the debut of The Batman simply a few weeks away, moviegoers are set to seek out out whether or not Pattinson’s Batman is extra deadly than imagined.

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