Rob Pattinson Reveals Tantalizing Details About Batman’s Ending


While talking to Total movies Along with co-star Zoe Kravitz, Robert Pattinson discussed his thoughts on “The Batman” and possible follow-up movies. The actor noted that right from the start, he felt “The Batman” had a significantly different tone from all other character adaptations. He continued by saying, “And it was just weird, and kind of… It’s sad, and it’s pretty moving. It’s a Batman story that’s really, really out of the ordinary, and it just seems to me hard to come by. imagine it becomes a longer series then.”

This comment may be hard to hear for some fans who may have been hoping “The Batman” would kick off a new series. However, Pattinson also added, “I mean, they always have a little bit at the end, it’s like: ‘…and coming!'” This seems to imply that the ending of “The Batman” ” will leave the door ajar for the possibility of future films.

In a recent interview with Empire, Pattinson has said that he wants to explore psychology about his Bruce Wayne more. Although that article notes that “Batman” is being viewed as an “indie” film, Pattinson also stated, “I made a sort of map of where Bruce Lee’s psyche would develop over the two movie too… I enjoyed making it.”

Unfortunately, like with many movies, whether or not “Batman” gets a sequel may depend on its performance with critics and the box office. It will be interesting to see what that opening ending might have to do with “The Batman” officially hits theaters on March 4th.

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