Robert Pattinson Reveals What It’s Like Playing The Batman


Robert Pattinson is currently playing the Dark Knight in Matt Reeves’ The Batman, and he recently opened up on what it’s like playing the iconic DC Comics character. Honestly, his description is a little difficult to follow, but I’ve tried my very best for you.

Pattinson is currently hard at work filming the upcoming Batman movie which is being directed by Matt Reeves. However, he did have time in his busy schedule to fit in an interview with Vanity Fair (France).

During this interview, he actually opened up on what it’s like to play Batman in a big DC Comics movie. I will warn you that what he says is a bit difficult to follow. However, what’s he’s basically saying is that he’s leaning on conversations he’s had with friends and family to help him play the character.

Robert Pattinson opens up on what it’s like playing The Batman

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Here’s what Robert Pattinson told Vanity Fair (France) during a recent interview:

To start, The Batman, I’m using things at the moment that seem fragile compared to the importance of the project. Conversations I’ve had with close friends, embryos of dreams. This is the secret and sensitive part of the actor facing the heaviness of the project. On The Batman, on Tenet, a gigantic team of technicians surrounds you and when you say, ‘Let’s go Robert…Action!’ you have to forget this mass of people and play in front of your own thoughts, your own demons.

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