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Entertainment Christopher Nolan Says He's 'Excited' to See Tenet Star Robert Pattinson as Batman

10:19  02 september  2020
10:19  02 september  2020 Source:   people.com

Robert Pattinson Tried To Trick Christopher Nolan While Filming ‘Tenet’ So He Could Audition For ‘Batman’

  Robert Pattinson Tried To Trick Christopher Nolan While Filming ‘Tenet’ So He Could Audition For ‘Batman’ Nothing was going to get in Robert Pattinson’s way of auditioning for “Batman”, including filming “Tenet”. While speaking with the Irish Times about Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet”, Pattinson recalled how he tried to trick the director so he could go off and audition for Matt Reeves’ “The Batman”. The plan didn’t work. “It’s funny because Chris is so secretive about everything to do with his movies,” Pattinson said. Adding, “And then I had to be really secretive about Batman stuff. So I had to lie to Chris about having to go for a screen test — I said I had a family emergency.

Robert Pattinson ' s turn as Batman has the blessing of his Tenet director (and The Dark Knight Trilogy mastermind) Christopher Nolan . "And I could not be more excited to see what he does with Batman ." Nolan has his own background with the Caped Crusader having directed Christian Bale as

Christopher Nolan may be best known for his Batman trilogy, and now he ' s back with new movie Tenet , starring Robert Pattinson — who just Speaking to Singaporean news network CNA, Nolan said that he let Pattinson do his own thing, rather than give him preconceived ideas about how he

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Christopher Nolan has no reservations about Robert Pattinson taking on the mantle of the Batman.

The director spoke to Entertainment Tonight about Pattinson's role in the upcoming noir-style film while promoting their new film Tenet.

"Having worked with Rob, I can say with total confidence that he can do absolutely anything he sets his mind to," Nolan said. "And I could not be more excited to see what he does with Batman."

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Now, it' s Nolan ' s Tenet star Robert Pattinson who took on the bat' s mantle in Matt Reeves' upcoming The He added, "And I could not be more excited to see what he does with Batman ." The film stars Robert Pattinson as Bruce Wayne/ Batman , Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth, Jeffrey Wright

Robert Pattinson might not be the best fibber as the actor recalls being caught out in a lie about his Batman audition by Tenet director Christopher Nolan . But before he landed the coveted role as the Caped Crusader, Robert was busy filming Nolan ’ s ever-elusive blockbuster Tenet . So when he got

Nolan has his own background with the Caped Crusader having directed Christian Bale as the comic book character in The Dark Knight Trilogy beginning with 2005's Batman Begins.

"One of the first things I learned when we went to talk to the DC guys before Batman Begins is the character of Batman thrives on reinterpretation," Nolan said.

He added, "Each generation creates its own version. That's what keeps the legend so sort of fresh in a way."

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Last year, Bale, 46, also gave his support to Pattinson, telling ET he wished "all the best to him."

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Robert Pattinson told Christopher Nolan his Batman screen test was "a family emergency." Robert Pattinson found out as much when he attempted to wiggle out of work on the Memento and Tenet is a prime example. The time-travel thriller’ s plot details remain vague despite the fact that it’ s

Tenet is incoming! Christopher Nolan ' s time-inverting spy thriller reaches UK cinemas this week – US theatres next – and we're celebrating by putting Total Film' s exclusive cover feature online. As part of that, the team interviewed Robert Pattinson , who spoke about the new movie. Here' s our interview

"You know, I think he's an absolutely fantastic actor," Bale said at the time. "Wonderful choice for Batman!"

The first trailer for Pattinson’s iteration of the character debuted last month during DC Comics’ FanDome event.

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In the trailer, which featured a haunting version of Nirvana's "Something in The Way," Pattinson is seen as a much grittier Bruce Wayne, one with dark eyeliner and a serious demeanor. Also, fans saw the first look at Zoë Kravitz as Selina Kyle/Catwoman.

"It’s about the early days of him being Batman and he’s very far from being perfect," director Matt Reeves said during the event.

"One of the things that are interesting is learning how to be Batman. It's a criminological experiment. He's trying to figure out what he can do to change this place. He's seeing he's not having any of the effect he wants to have. That's when the murders start to happen ... and it opens up a whole new world of corruption. Without being an origin tale, it ends up touching on his origins," he said.

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 © 2020 Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc. All Rights Reserved. / Melinda Sue Gordon John David Washington, hero of the film "Tenet". After having seen its release postponed, "Tenet", the last film of Christopher Nolan, leaves this Wednesday, August 26 in the dark rooms. In a context of health crisis, this blockbuster is eagerly awaited by cinema operators.

Christopher Nolan ’ s “ Tenet ” remains dated for July 17, but don’t expect many pre-release teases from star Robert Pattinson . What role is he playing? As Pattinson told GQ, “Even if I had seen it, I genuinely don’t know if I’d be able to…I was just thinking, I just called up my assistant 20 minutes ago

Hollywood star talks about being part two of the most-anticipated movies in recent times, and how he ’ s Actor Robert Pattinson is aware about the “ Batman ” legacy and the anticipation around the new version, and says Now, he is hearing about the isolation experiences of his friends and family.

Reeves described the film as "a detective story, a mystery" with a lot of action.

"It's incredibly personal for [Batman]. He's kind of a growing legend and [criminals] are afraid of him. He's not a symbol of hope yet. One of the things he has to deal with is how he's perceived ... What was exciting for me was not doing the origin [story] but to meet him in the middle and to see him make mistakes and grow and fail and be heroic in a way that felt very human and very flawed."


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