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Robert Pattinson reveals that he kept pushing Matt Reeves to cast him as Batman

“I’d had Batman in my mind for a while. It’s such an absurd thing to say. I sort of had an idea to do it, and I’d been prodding Matt. He didn’t accept any prods. I kept asking to meet him.” revealed Pattinson




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is playing the caped crusader in Matt Reeves’ upcoming movie, Batman and keyboard warriors are getting pissed off, claiming that Warner Bros is going to ruin Batman by casting a “gay, sparkly vampire” to play the role.

Pattinson once played vampire Edward Cullen in the Twilight franchise where he did nothing but sparkle and scowl for five movies straight.

However, he has transformed his career around and is now the most exciting actor working in Hollywood today.

He is a performer of immense talent, just check out Good Time on Netflix.

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Anyway, before The Dark Knight, Heath Ledger played a pretty boy in Brokeback Mountain so quit complaining about Robert Pattinson.

He will deliver a transformative performance and silence his naysayers.

In an interview with Variety, Robert Pattinson mentioned that he had been wanting to play Batman for quite some time.

“I’d had Batman in my mind for a while. It’s such an absurd thing to say. I sort of had an idea to do it, and I’d been prodding Matt. He didn’t accept any prods. I kept asking to meet him.”

Eventually, Pattinson was in the running to play Gotham’s Dark Knight. However, when the news leaked and started circling the internet, he panicked, wondering if the opportunity was squandered.

“When that thing leaked, I was f*cking furious. Everyone was so upset. Everyone was panicking from my team. I sort of thought that had blown up the whole thing… It was terrifying. I was like, ‘Oh f*ck! Does that screw me because they are so intent on secrecy?’”

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Thankfully, everything turned out okay for the actor who also once played Cedric Diggory in the Harry Potter franchise. Interestingly enough, Pattinson officially won the role of Batman over fellow front runner Nicholas Hoult on his first day of filming Christopher Nolan’s next film, Tenet. This gave Pattinson the chance to ask the director of The Dark Knight trilogy for some tips:

“It’s so bizarre. I was like, ‘What a coincidence this is happening. It’s absolutely crazy. I was talking [with Nolan] about things to do with the Batsuit. How to get more movements in it.”

Pattinson also goes on to describe what it was like to put on the Batsuit for the first time.

“You do feel very powerful immediately. And it’s pretty astonishing, something that is incredibly difficult to get into, so the ritual of getting into it is pretty humiliating. You’ve got five people trying to shove you into something. Once you’ve got it on, it’s like, ‘Yeah, I feel strong, I feel tough, even though I had to have someone squeezing my butt cheeks into the legs.’… You’re trying to think of the way to balance, how to bring something new to it and not want to scare people off, and work in the confines of the costume.”

Apart from Matt Reeves’ , Robert Pattinson is also currently working on Christopher Nolan’s upcoming mind-bender, Tenet. And this October will see the release of The Lighthouse, an indie horror film helmed by the director of The Witch.

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