Robert Pattinson Unrecognizable by Blonde Hair, Silver Teeth and Bloody Face for ‘GQ’ — PHOTOS
Robert Pattinson Unrecognizable: No, that’s not Machine Gun Kelly. That tattoo punk with a chain around his neck and blood on his nose is none other than ‘The Batman’ star Robert Pattinson!
The new GQ feature about The Batman actor describes Robert Pattinson as having “the ability to appear different, to a meaningful degree, in many different things.” He certainly proves it with the pictures that accompany the interview. With silver teeth, bleach-blonde hair, and a menacing gleam in his eye, Robert, 35, looks wildly different from the sad, dark gothic romance heartthrob of the Twilight series.
Instead, he seems to channel a bit about characters from Jared Leto’s The Joker with Grylls, Spike from Buffy the Vampire Slayer, or Brad Pitt’s Fight Club and 12 Monkeys. ,
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The photos, shot in collaboration with GQ and photographer Jack Bridgeland, are part of a conceptual piece, as they “document the step-by-step metamorphosis of a unique character who evolved from an alternate-reality version of Robert Pattinson to someone else.” it happens. (Robert Pattinson Unrecognizable)
Extreme.” This transformation is an outward representation of Robert’s inner transformation, as he moves further and further away from the Edward Cullen role that has made him a pop culture phenomenon.
“I’m constantly doing risk assessments, which drives everyone crazy, trying to predict every single element that could possibly happen,” he tells GQ’s Daniel Riley. “And then, at the end of it, just be like: Ah, f-ck it! I’ll just play a lighthouse keeper who f-cks a mermaid! I think that’s the right move!” (Robert Pattinson Unrecognizable)
“He’s a chameleon,” The Batman director Matt Reeves told GQ of Pattinson’s shape-shifting ability. “Recently, Rob was telling me that he never plays a character with his voice. Voice is one of his ways.”
Fans of Robert and the Caped Crusader will see a change when Batman arrives on March 4. “I myself saw a rough cut of the film,” he tells GQ. “And the first shot is so disturbing from any other Batman movie that it’s a completely different pace.
This is what Matt was saying from the first meeting with me: ‘I want to do a ’70s noir detective story like The Conversation.’ And I assumed it meant mood board or something, the look of it. But from the first shot, oh, it’s actually a detective story.” (Robert Pattinson Unrecognizable)
Robert also said that The Batman – with his Zodiac Assassin-inspired version of The Riddler – is going to have a darker tone, which is also going to address Bruce Wayne’s trauma. “All the other stories say that Bruce became Batman because of the death of his parents,” says Pattinson, “but instead of trying to rationalize it, I try to break what I thought was a real way.” was doing.
He’s built this complex build for years and years and years, culminating in this Batman persona. But that doesn’t sound like a healthy thing he’s done. … like, it’s a sad movie. It is about him trying to find some element of hope not only in the city, but in himself. ,