Robert Pattinson reveals how long he wants to play Batman

Like its predecessors, Robert Pattinson he will soon make his own mark on the character of Batman. Even if batman has yet to appear in theaters, there has been talk of some Batman spin-offs and even some sequels. But how long does Robert Pattinson himself want to play the caped crusader?

Many are hoping that Pattinson’s The Batman will kick off a major DC franchise. The expectation would be more likely, of course, if the movie does well. However, Pattinson once had a certain perspective on franchises that steered him away from these types of movies.

“The only reason I’m wary of big franchise stuff is you can’t rate it R,” he once said at the Berlin film festival according to Screen Daily. “Are [también] budget restrictions. If you have a really big budget, there are more people who say, ‘You have to do it this way or you’re fired.’

Whereas if you keep your budget within a certain level, and people think it’s okay to get their money back, then you can experiment more with your performance.” However, even though Batman could become a mega-franchise, Pattinson couldn’t help but pursue the role.

Pattinson was also drawn to the character’s struggles. “He is a very troublesome person. I always found it interesting that Batman is always fighting a bit, especially in some iterations of the story. He doesn’t know if he’s that good or not, and that’s kind of interesting,” he opened up.

How long would Robert Pattinson want to play Batman?

In an interview with Fandango All Access, Robert Pattinson was asked how long he would be willing to play this new version of Batman. The Twilight student had to consider the question before answering.

“It was really fun to do it, I mean I’m willing to do it as many times as people want to see me, really,” he revealed. “We have to get this out first. I talked to Matt about the idea of ​​doing a trilogy and it would be wonderful. I really, really enjoyed the process. He is a very fun character to play. He would be lovely.

The rest of the cast of The Batman also agreed that there was plenty of room for Pattinson’s character to grow in future films.

“I think because Bruce is a recluse in this movie, seeing Bruce evolve into the person he knows he has to act, beyond a yacht, is a really fun ride,” added co-star Zoe Kravitz.

Pattinson finally felt like Batman when he scared the crew on set

Pattinson finally felt like Batman when he scared the crew on set.

As we have mentioned in AmericanPost.Newsa big part of Batman uses fear to intimidate his enemies, and Robert Pattinson got a taste of that power while filming.

Pattinson was also asked when he really felt like Batman. The Lighthouse actor cited a couple of experiences that led him to believe that he really had become the dark knight.

“There are two different versions,” Pattinson began. “There’s one where you feel like Batman, and then there’s another type where you realize you’re playing him.”

Pattinson was quick to add that he felt like he had become the superhero when he saw how others reacted to him in the bat suit.

“It was the first time I put on the full suit, and people start behaving differently around you,” Pattinson said. “It has a kind of totemic power, and the crew seemed a little scared. It’s really strange.

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