Robert Pattinson Calls His Batman A Different 

Freak Inspired By Ego

Robert Pattinson has teased how the upcoming film The Batman sets up a sequel in its ending. There have been rumours of its sequel and spin-offs floating in the air as well as for the side stories related to Catwoman, Gotham PD, and Penguin.

It's Sequel & The Catwoman

This Batman will not be an origin story. The Batman is influenced by Batman: Ego Comic in which Bruce Wayne comes at odds with his vigilante alter ego, who literally becomes a separate entity within his broken mind. We see this similarity in Marvel's Moon Knight

Heroes But Twisted Minds

Robert Pattinson would be "confronting the beast that is Batman" when he described the character as one who lives in "two states at the same time". So, this batman movie is going to be deeply immersive psychological thriller and more like a detective story.

Batman Goes Detective Garden

Batman's true Kryptonite may be the tempting femme fatale: Catwoman, portrayed by Zoë Kravitz. She promises in the following quote from a video found on Twitter that the romantic connection between Pattinson’s Batman and Selina Kyle's alter ego in the upcoming film is uniquely rooted in a mutual desire for justice

Romantic Kryptonite Connection

After Ben Affleck's withdrawal from the Batman's role. Pattinson was immediately eager to land the part of Bruce Wayne. "I just kept obsessively checking up on it for the next year or so," he says. "Even my agents were like, 'Oh, interesting. I thought you only wanted to play total freaks?' And I was like, 'He is a freak!'"

Pattinson Prefers Total Freaks

The Batman opens with a murder investigation, at which a note with a riddle is found inside an envelope addressed “To the Batman.” This is the just the first of several notes associated with gruesome crimes in Gotham City. The sneak peeks so far strongly suggest that we are in for a grimmer take on The Riddler than we have seen on the big screen.

The Riddler's Grimmer Appearance

Batman’s reputation as “the world’s greatest detective” is not something that has been recognized to its full potential. It seems Robert Pattinson may be the one to break that curse. Matt Reeves tols that hea was aiming for a "noir-driven, detective version of Batman," So now we are almost sure Pattinson's Batman is more a Detective-Thriller.

Batman's A Detective Not Vigilante

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