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The Batman: According To Robert Pattinson, Halt In Production Is A Good Thing

Like many movies that work, Batman had to stop production a few months ago due to the current health crisis.

While there are hints that filming for the upcoming Caped Crusader movie may resume soon, apparently stagnant work for so long complicates the creative process. However, Robert Pattinson notes that there is a silver lining to pressing the pause button.

The 33-year-old actor, who currently lives with his girlfriend in a London apartment, was hired to shoot a superhero movie, the June / July issue of GQ revealed how “almost immediately completely Lost all the time from” The production stopped once.

He said “It is a complaint that many people have about me,” I don’t have a sense of time. I think it could have been exactly a week before something two years ago. It’s definitely a complaint about my personality.”

Here’s what the recent Batman star had to say about the stagnant production of the DC movie:

We got to a really good pace, so it’s awkward to stop. But again, this is a difficult movie. I mean, he’s obviously Batman, so he’s cool. Originally I went straight from Chris [Nolan’s] movie. And yes, I was feeling a little depressed anyway. So it’s not the worst thing in the world for some time. But hopefully, it will be sooner rather than later that everything is in a better place.

Thus, Warner Bros. has kept a lot of information on The Batman under rap, though director Matt Reeves has a peek at social media in the sleek new Batmobile, as well as Pattinson’s remodeled Batman costume in early March. Shared.

According to sources

The new look for Carr and Costume is part of Reeves’ attempt to tell a “more realistic” version of the Bruce Wayne story, which is “like a crime watchdog in Gotham City.” Focused on previous years.

Robert Pattinson also mentioned in his interview with Total Film that he came to know that he was playing the role of Batman on the store’s first day of filming. And ever since Pattinson starred in a director who had already immersed himself in the Dark Knight Pool, the actor lived appropriately. Pattinson’s casting was publicly confirmed in late May 2019, five months after Ben Affleck confirmed that he was hanging up his cape and hood.

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