Fans Love Robert Pattinson’s Voice In The Batman Teaser

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There was a teaser for The Batman’s upcoming trailer posted on Twitter and it featured a voiceover from Robert Pattinson.

Well, it seems as though Batman fans really liked what they heard in the teaser.

Many of them took to social media to say that they really loved Pattinson’s voice as Batman.

In the teaser, Pattinson says the following line:

It’s not just a signal. It’s a warning.

Oooh, that just gave me chills and it game me chills when I first heard Robert Pattinson say the line.

He delivers it in a whisper and I think that’s what people liked about it.

Pattinson did offer some insight a while back into the type of voice he wanted to use for his take on Batman.

He revealed that he wanted it to be scary, and he added that he was inspired by Willem Dafoe’s voice in The Lighthouse.

Dafoe and Pattinson starred in The Lighthouse together, and it sounds like working with the actor really inspired Pattinson.

Robert Pattinson nails Batman’s voice in the new teaser

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There have been many Batman voices over the years.

George Clooney and Val Kilmer just kep their own voices as Batman.

That was then followed up with Christian Bale’s growl and slightly over the top voice.

We then had Ben Affleck’s Batman and they did something different with his Dark Knight’s voice.

They used technology to mask it and I think that worked pretty well.

During all that time, we’ve also had Kevin Conroy voice Batman in the animated show and also some animted movies.

Conroy also voice Batman in the Rocksteady games.

For me, Conroy is the voice of Batman and always will be.

However, Robert Pattinson’s Batman voice sounds very interesting indeed.

What do you make of this news?

Do you like the sound of Robert Pattinson’s voice as Batman?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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