Twilight star Robert Pattinson is set to become the sixth actor to portray Batman in a live theatrical film, replacing Ben Affleck after the latter stepped down from the role.
Robert Pattinson is set to take over for Ben Affleck as Batman in Matt Reeves' upcoming film, The Batman, slated for a 2021 release.
The recently released Joker film that stars Joaquin Phoenix as the Clown Prince of Crime has received strong reviews thus far, but that doesn't mean that we'll get to see him in the next Batman film.
Jonah Hill was in discussions to portray a villain in The Batman, but The Wolf of Wall Street and Superbad star won't be getting involved with Matt Reeves' upcoming blockbuster after all.
Jason Alexander has four decades of acting experience on his resume, but many associate him with his best known role, George Costanza from Seinfeld.
Robert Pattinson was officially announced as Ben Affleck's replacement in the Batman film franchise back in May, but the Twilight star is still wondering how he managed to get the special gig.
All we know about The Batman is that Matt Reeves will be the director, and that Robert Pattinson will replace Ben Affleck as the Dark Knight.
Robert Pattinson will suit up as the Caped Crusader for the first time in The Batman, which is slated for a 2021 release, and another big name in Hollywood has full confidence in his ability to portray the iconic superhero.
Countless Batman fans and pundits have been heavily critical of the casting decisions ever since the Chris Nolan and Christian Bale trilogy ended seven years ago.