Robert Pattinson States why his version of Bruce Wayne isn’t a playboy

While Robert Pattinson’s take on Batman has been met with largely widespread praise and approval, his version of Bruce Wayne hasn’t been as unanimously beloved as his iteration is quite different from the character that most fans are used to seeing on the big screen.

Pattinson tells EW. “There’s something about a person who would be able to delineate three incredibly distinct personalities, and then just be able to switch them as an outfit at will. That’s really way more sociopathic than someone who doesn’t really have much more control over it and is compelled to put this suit on. It’s kind of out of his control a little bit.”

Additionally, it’s about Bruce Wayne’s unresolved trauma.“Also, it made more sense with the grieving process as well if he hasn’t gotten over being the 10-year-old boy who, in his mind, let his parents die. What he feels is himself, he thinks is an incredibly weak and vulnerable child, and he needs to have an entirely different alter ego to survive himself, let alone fight all the criminals of Gotham.”

“Also, it made more sense with the grieving process as well if he hasn’t gotten over being the 10-year-old boy who, in his mind, let his parents die,” Pattinson explained. “What he feels is himself, he thinks is an incredibly weak and vulnerable child, and he needs to have an entirely different alter ego to survive himself, let alone fight all the criminals of Gotham.” This Bruce Wayne is certainly different than others we’ve seen in the past, but that has helped set The Batman apart from most other Dark Knight projects.

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