Robert Pattinson assures that the introduction of The Batman will break molds

There is less left to enjoy in theaters for The Batman, the new superhero movie that presents another reboot of the character from the DC comics.

Throughout In recent weeks we have been able to delight ourselves with what the The Batman movie will offer us through the various previews shown, recently releasing Matt Reeves the scene of The Batman’s funeral in 4K format.

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In an interview for GQ, Robert Pattinson, who plays Bruce Wayne / Batman, once again emphasized what different that the tone of the film will be compared to other productions, highlighting, among other things, the introduction of The Batman.

“I saw a preliminary version of the film by myself and the first take is so jarring from any other Batman movie that it has a totally different pace,” the actor said.

“It was what Matt Reeves was saying from the first meeting I had with him: ‘I want to do a story of detectives black of the 70, like The conversation’. And I assumed he was referring to the collage of ideas or something like that, to his appearance. But from the close-up, it’s like, ‘Oh, this is actually a detective story,'” he added.

As Pattinson points out, the plot of The Batman movie will address one of the characteristic aspects of the character that has been exploited the least on the big screen: his detective facet. His abilities as an investigator will be put to the test with an intricate mystery in which he will have to hunt down a dangerous criminal who calls himself Enigma.

Together with Robert Pattinson they make up the cast of The Batman, among others, the actors Paul Dano as Enigma, Colin Farrell as the Penguin, John Turturro as Carmine Falcone, Jeffrey Wright as Commissioner James Gordon, Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth and Zoƫ Kravitz as Catwoman.

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