The actor, who will be the next in a long line to take on the iconic comic book hero on the big screen following Ben Affleck's portrayal in "Justice League", spoke with Willie Geist for the "Sunday Sitdown" segment on the "Today" show.More news: Malta PM to Resign in January 2020
Robert Pattinson has questioned whether Batman is a superhero, claiming that they should have magical powers.
In an earlier interview to The New York Times, Pattinson had said, "Batman's not a hero, though". Batman's not a hero. That's when Pattinson waded into complicated character waters. "I just think I'm kind of boring and old now". He's not the golden boy, unlike nearly every other comic-book character'.More news: British Fashion Awards 2019: best celebrity red carpet looks
Very few performers have ever gotten to experience the type of instant, astronomical fame heaped onto Robert Pattinson when he starred in the Twilight Saga. After the series ended, the actor switched to smaller films and projects like The Lighthouse from Robert Eggers and David Cronenberg's Cosmopolis.
Pattinson says a part of him thinks that it's impossible for history to repeat itself because what happened with Twilight was so sudden. I don't know, I'm hoping it won't be people hanging outside my place. The film also stars Jeffrey Wright as Commissioner Gordon, Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman, Paul Dano as The Riddler, Andy Serkis as Alfred and John Turturro as Carmine Falcone.More news: Why Disney Plus Added Tony Stark's Big 'Avengers: Endgame' Scene
Fans are certainly excited to see what Robert Pattinson and director Matt Reeves have cooked up for this latest iteration of Batman. Recently, Colin Farrell was reportedly in talks to play the Penguin.