As with James Bond or Superman characters, the actor who begins a new journey by interpreting one of these reboot It is usually, as a rule, criticized before he could prove his skills until the opening day. A good example of this is the case of Daniel Craig, who entered the role of 007 surrounded by criticism for his appearance and is now leaving the role like a real hero, thanks to the quality of his deliveries and his dignified farewell in No time to die. In the recent case of the Gotham vigilante, casting Robert Pattinson as Batman, both the actor’s past as the protagonist in Twilight, as well the difficulties you have had to reach the muscle percentage that was required of the character.
However, Pattinson has proven in recent years to be one of the best actors on the scene, thanks to incredible performances in totally different roles: The lighthouse, Good time O The devil at all hours, they are just some of the great characters that he has built 5 years ago. The first to defend Robert Pattinson’s performance as Batman has been his co-star, Jeffrey Wright.
“Robert is going to do his thing, and we were working within a vision of Matt Reeves, so you know, Robert is doing what Robert is doing and I think it will be pretty rough. “ Wright pointed out during a talk with the media AND Online. In addition, the actor of Westworld He also wanted to express how happy he was to have been able to work with Pattinson: “I loved working with him, I love his vision and his energy and the way he brought different levels to different parts of the story.”
Jeffey Wright already stated a few weeks ago that the script for The Batman it was amazing and Colin Farrell, who has a brief role as the villain the penguin, He qualified the great setting of the new Gotham and the quality of the makeup and hairdressing work with his character. The Batman It has a cast full of stars in addition to those already mentioned: Andy Serkis, Peter Sarsgaard, Zoë Kravitz, Paul Dano, John Turturro and many more. It will be released in theaters next March 4.