The Batman actor Robert Pattinson has compared his experience playing Bruce Wayne in the new version of the Dark Knight to Edward Cullen in 'The Twilight Saga'.
The Batman: the new version of the famous DC watchman directed by Matt Reeves, is in full filming. Robert Pattinson is in charge of playing Bruce Wayne in this film, who has been practicing as the Dark Knight for only two years. The role is highly anticipated by the performer's followers and also one of the most important of the actor's film career. And that, coupled with the number of Bat Man fans who want to see what Pattinson has done with the character, is a certain pressure.
That's exactly what the performer talked about in an interview with Total Film. In it, Pattison has compared his work in The Batman to The Twilight Saga, a franchise in which he gave life to the vampire Edward Cullen, and has acknowledged that he likes the feeling of being able to spoil a long-awaited role.
"There's a little difference in how you feel when you know that lots and lots of people are going to see something you're working on," Pattinson begins. "Strangely I enjoyed it during Twilight, the idea that you can ruin it. I guess I felt safe. I wanted to be on the big stage," he adds.
Following Pattinson's passage through the film adaptation of the novels written by Stephenie Meyer, the performer appeared in some more commercial films such as Remind Me and Elephant Water. Subsequently, the actor decided on more independent and author works such as Cosmopolis, Z, the Lost City, Good Time, High Life, and The Lighthouse.
The Batman plans to reach U.S. theaters on October 1, 2021. Filming, which had to stop for months because of the coronavirus crisis, had to turn its cameras off again for a few weeks because of Pattinson's COVID-19 positive. Production resumed a week ago.
In addition to the actor, the film features Selina Kyle/Catwoman, Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth, Jeffrey Wright as James Gordon, Colin Farrell as Oswald Cobblepot/El Penguin, Paul Dano as Edward Nashton/Enigma, and John Turturro as Carmine Falcone. On these lines, check out the trailer.