Since then, fans have been wondering whether or not he'll return in other projects, especially since they love Robert Downey Jr's portrayal of the character.
He appeared on Joe Rogan's podcast recently, The Joe Rogan Experience, and was asked about the upcoming The Batman and whether he was looking forward to seeing what Robert Pattinson was going to do as Batman in the movie. That film successfully launched the MCU, with Downey Jr.'s Tony Stark drawing audiences to massive hits like The Avengers, Captain America: Civil War, Spider-Man: Homecoming and many others.
The actor mentioned, "I need to see what Pattinson does, I like that man". Unfortunately, all those actors did not share images because the film was a mix of short films, with the 2 not in tried the same segments. However, the actor was criticized for appearing in blackface for the role. "Downey replied." I'm not sure ...
With the convinced death of Tony Stark in the previous Avengers movie, it is notably unexpected to hear Mr. Downey speak about the likelihood of his character coming to life again in an easygoing manner.
Pattison has additionally conversed earlier than about what attracted him to the character of Batman.
"I feel like I did everything I could with that character". I like each repetition of the way it is been carried out. It is a very, very private half and I believe it has been very complete - I really feel that everyone has really noticed it after determining it and its historical past and there is a lot of respect for it. You possibly can actually understand it within the studio.
It's a part he's been dying to play, ever since he was a kid, and the mere fact he agreed to star in the movie gives me faith that Matt Reeves is making something really special. I'm very scared to get started. "Remember by the time, Superman, the TV show, was over, the guy playing him, you were like, 'Dude, you are old".
The Batman film has been scheduled to launch on screens on June 25, 2021.