“I just run away and cry”: Robert Pattinson Refuses To Face His Problems Head On, Would Rather Run Away Than Confront Another Actor

Robert Pattinson Refuses To Face His Problems Head On, Would Rather Run Away Than Confront Another Actor
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Robert Pattinson found massive love and support when he donned the cape of the vigilante of Gotham in Matt Reeves’ iconic 2022 movie The Batman. Before that role, Pattinson had also become famous for the role of Edward Cullen in the Twilight franchise, a role that he wished people would forget about.

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Since Pattinson debuted very young on the theater stages and screens, he would have naturally gotten into fights or disputes while working on the set. During a roundtable talk, the actor laughingly revealed that he just runs away from fights and doesn’t like to face problems head-on.

Robert Pattinson and Jeffery Wright in a still from The Batman
Robert Pattinson and Jeffery Wright in a still from The Batman

Robert Pattinson Doesn’t Face Problems Head-On

In a roundtable interview, the actor sat down for a chat alongside Margot Robbie, Bryan Cranston, and several other people. During his turn, the interviewer revealed that Robert Pattinson had made his theater debut at a very young age.

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Robert Pattinson
Robert Pattinson

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Talking about the 2004 movie titled Vanity Fair, the actor portrayed the role of “Older Rawdey Crawley” but was uncredited for his work. With the actor being 18 years old at that time, Pattinson made quite an early debut in the realm of Hollywood. During the interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the interviewer asked Pattinson that surely he must have had some run-ins with other actors and how he asserted his dominance on the sets of his movies. The Goblet of Fire actor simply replied that he runs away from fights!

“I can’t. I just run away crying. No I don’t really. No, I mean, I just try and avoid and hopefully they’ll just see what they’re doing is wrong. Never ever ever works. It just gets worse and worse. But at the same time, I feel like it completely throws me off if I’m…if I have to say like ‘Hey! This is my process'”

With Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston sitting alongside him, the director went on to explain to the table that co-stars are like in-laws. You don’t have to like them but just work with them.

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Robert Pattinson’s The Batman Finale Took 80 Takes To Shoot!

Robert Pattinson in and as The Batman
Robert Pattinson in and as The Batman

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With the 2022 movie being hailed as a masterpiece, it didn’t come at a cheap price. As per director Matt Reeves, the final showdown between Robert Pattinson’s Batman and Paul Dano’s The Riddler took 80 takes to shoot! In an interview with The Guardian, the director revealed that Dano liked to explore the wild side.

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“We took two days on the final scene between him and Robert Pattinson as Batman, and we must have easily done 70 or 80 takes. Paul loves exploring. He’s obsessive that way. There were all these moments as the Riddler where he’d be tickled by something and then fly into a rage, and you never knew from take to take where that switch would come.”

Robert Pattinson found worldwide fame for starring in the role of Batman. The Batman received a high rating of 7.8/10 on IMDB and 85% on Rotten Tomatoes.

The 2022 film is available to stream on Max.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter, The Guardian

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Visarg Acharya, Associate Content Writer, has been heavily involved in movies, series, and history. Having an experience of 2 years in the field of content writing, Visarg is a seasoned writer. Having a degree in Physics, Visarg Acharya has published a dissertation alongside a plethora of poems and short stories along the way.