Robert Pattinson revealed in the chat at the DC Comics FanDome event that he was eager to get back to sets and finish the shoot.
During the virtual DC Comics FanDome held on Saturday (August 22) the 34-year-old Robert Pattinson made a surprise appearance and welcomed excited fans.
Pattinson said while talking to fans:
“As many of you probably already know, we were in the beginning stages of production when COVID hit, so now I’m very anxious to get back to work and continue to form this beloved character, I’ve always been a massive fan.”
“I’m not really allowed to share anything, so I’m going to hand it over to the great Matt Reeves who’s somewhere around here, and he can determine what can and can’t be talked about,” he continued, promising a surprise on the way – which later turned out to be the thrilling first trailer in the event!
For the unversed, a few days ago director Matt Reeves unveiled the film’s first look at the DC Fandome and it was amazing.
The trailer gives Pattinson’s Dark Knight a deeper look, opening a new Cape Crusader chapter. The new trailer suggests Reeves doesn’t hold back from making his version of The Batman dark, intense, and raw.
This time, Gotham’s Dark Knight looks a lot different, courtesy of Robert Pattinson who plays the titular character.
The Batsuit isn’t the only difference in this Batman edition, to begin with. He has a totally different style too-more of a superhero.
Here’s the Trailer, Checkout:
The film was initially set to release on June 21, 2021, but the Batman received a new release date due to the coronavirus pandemic impacting production.
The film is now set to open in cinemas worldwide on October 1, 2021.
Meanwhile, before Robert Pattinson, actors like Christian Bale, George Clooney, Michael Keaton, Ben Affleck, and Val Kilmer have worn the Batman cape.