Robert Pattinson Had To Get Ripped To Play Batman
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It’s not easy playing the Dark Knight. Not only is there an immense amount of pressure from the Batman fanbase, but you’ve also got to prepare yourself physically and mentally. While Robert Pattinson’s casting in Matt Reeves’ ‘The Batman’ was met with a fair amount of criticism. But here’s the truth, people: Robert Pattinson is an excellent actor. You can take a look at the many film roles he’s taken on in the years since ‘Twilight’ and it becomes clear. He’s worked with amazing directors such as David Cronenberg and James Gray and is currently working with Christopher Nolan himself on Nolan’s upcoming film ‘Tenet.’ Most recently, he co-starred with Willem Dafoe in Robert Eggers’ ‘The Lighthouse,’ and his performance is a tour-de-force.
Pattinson has always demonstrated an impressive commitment to his craft, and it’s clear he’s taking this role as the Dark Knight seriously. He’s already begun diving into the many, many decades worth of Batman comics. He’s even started engaging in an intense workout regimen. This is something that all Batman actors have done in the past, including Christian Bale, who put on 70 pounds of muscle to play the role.
Pattinson also has some really interesting ideas on who Bruce Wayne/Batman is and why the character isn’t necessarily a hero. Let’s take a deep dive into all the ways he’s preparing to take on the legendary role. One thing’s for sure: this has a strong chance to be one of the most fascinating live action takes of this character that we’ve ever seen.
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