Robert Pattinson Wants His Batman To Be Scary

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Robert Pattinson as Batman in Matt Reeves’ The Batman is easily the best bit of casting news I’ve heard in a long time.

To be honest, I’ve been very impressed with all the casting news coming out of this upcoming DC Comics/Warner Bros. Pictures movie.

We’ve got R-Pats as Bats, Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman, Paul Dano as The Riddler and Jeffrey Wright as Commissioner Gordon.

They’re four brilliant actors and I believe each of them to be perfect for their roles, and I cannot wait to see them each in action once this movie finally hits the big screen.

Robert Pattinson’s been talking at length about his version of Batman. He’s already talked about his Batman voice (which will be based on Willem Dafoe’s voice) and his awesome-looking Batsuit.

Now, he’s revealed that he wants his version of the Dark Knight to be genuinely frightening, which is exactly how he should be.

He revealed this during an interview with BBC whilst promoting his upcoming movie, The Lighthouse.

Robert Pattinson seems to be very serious about his version of The Batman


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“I wanted to do something on a big stage, and so I ended up doing Chris Nolan’s movie, which I was really, really happy about at the beginning of this year,” he began.

“And then Batman was kind of a surprise to me. Now that I’m starting to get into it, I don’t want to approach it as kind of a big studio thing where all you’re really doing is thinking about your trailer.

“I want to approach it in exactly the same way, I want it to be frightening, I want it to be something you lose yourself in,” he finished.

I love what he’s saying here. It really sounds like Pattinson is going to be completely invested in the role, which is exactly how it should be.

I also love the passion he seems to have for the character, and I cannot wait to see him in action on the big screen as the Dark Knight.

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