Robert Pattinson is loved, adored, and admired by almost all of the youth. His nervous energy, dashing looks, and excited eyes melt our hearts. Pattinson has survived in an industry that is infamous for its fast-changing nature. The actor managed to achieve this feat by being one of the most talented, skillful individuals Hollywood could put their hands on, he also mastered the art of lying.
Yes, Hollywood can get pretty nosy, especially for actors, lying is a good tool to maintain one’s privacy, and remain mysterious and interesting. It also makes one unpredictable. How insane it is to think about it, whenever Pattinson is giving an interview you never know if he is lying with that poker face of his.
Robert Pattinson admits to lying blatantly in interviews
For more than ten years, one of Hollywood’s most recognizable faces has been making fun of the media, interviewers, and fans. In an interview he gave to GQ magazine in February 2022, Robert Pattinson made the admission in advance of his debut as Bruce Wayne in The Batman.
Everyone questions the veracity of Pattinson’s stories when he recounts them. It has been hard to determine what is true and what is not since he has told so many wild things. Was he fabricating all the lies in that GQ article?
The actor said that he occasionally tells downright lies in interviews. The English actor has occasionally received absurd responses in reaction to his statement becoming viral. Pattinson told Willem Dafoe in an article for Interview Magazine,
“I definitely do get a certain high from it. There’s a little gremlin inside of me that thinks, ‘Just say something shocking. You’re only here for a few minutes, say something terrible.’ There’s a kind of perverse glee I get from that. But I’ve given my publicist a number of heart attacks.”
After the interview with GQ and other magazines, almost all media outlets and fans began to dig into all the lies Pattinson has told. To everyone’s surprise, there were quite a few. With more than a decade’s worth of lies, Pattinson has built a mythology around himself over the course of more than ten years, some of which include tales about seeing a clown die.
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Robert Pattinson will reprise his role in The Batman II
The grimy, somber Batman will once again be played by Robert Pattinson. Matt Reeves, the writer-director, will return to the fray with Mattson Tomlin listed as a co-writer. DC fans are living in an intriguing period as new CEOs James Gunn and Peter Safran are working diligently to implement their new vision for the shared world and finally produce something coherent. Nonetheless, a few much anticipated forthcoming DC films, such as the Joker and The Batman sequels, are situated outside of the main chronology.
The Batman, directed by Matt Reeves, was made amid the height of the Covid-19 pandemic. It did well at the box office and received a few Oscar nominations. Fans have been keen to hear when filming on the first sequel would start ever since it was released. And The Batman 2 is anticipated to start shooting later this year in November.
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The Batman 2 is scheduled to begin production at Warner Bros. Levensden Studios in November of this year, according to the most recent issue of Production Weekly. Parts of The Batman were produced at the same facility. Glasgow, Scotland, as well as Liverpool, England, both saw on-location filming. Although there has been no confirmation of outside filming as of yet, it seems improbable that the sequel will not utilize the same settings as the first time around.
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The Batman II will hit the theatres on 3rd October 2025.