The relationship between Robert Pattinson and The Batman director Matt Reeves seems to be experiencing very tense moments on set.
According to The Sun newspaper, in addition to reporting positive COVID tests on the set of The Batman movie, they claim to have details about the tension that exists between the director Matt Reeves of the DC movie and star Robert Pattinson.
The site states that the actor “has been pushed to the limit by director Matt Reeves, a control freak, those on set told me. ” They also add that, “Insiders say director Matt Reeves has forced Robert to do more than 50 takes inside the bulky Batman. ”
The source of the newspaper has also reported the following: “Filming has been a grueling process, especially for Robert, as Matt is a perfectionist. He insists on doing scenes over and over again and gets bogged down in the little details. Sometimes it’s like I don’t. I don’t know when to stop ” . It is said that $ 90 million has been spent on The Batman, which means there is a lot of pressure to get the movie right.
“Matt has done box office hits before, but this is another level. Batman is arguably the most popular superhero of all and by the time the film is released, it will be the Dark Knight’s first solo film in ten years. Warner Bros cannot allow the fan base to be disappointed and invested $ 90 million in the film. Nobody denies that this is a high-risk production and that Matt feels the pressure to do it right. ” She added, “But Robert has had a tough time with these franchise films before. He hated Twilight when it was over, and the last thing anyone wants is for him to tire. ”
The insider has also spoken about how paranoid the principal is about contracting COVID. “It’s gotten to the point where he’s been directing scenes while zipping inside a bean bag coat and wearing ski goggles, as Covid’s safety gear is questionable. But if that makes him feel more comfortable, everyone will accept it. ”
The Batman will hit theaters if all goes well on March 4, 2022, and also features the stars, Colin Farrell as the Penguin, Zöe Kravitz as Catwoman, Paul Dano as Nigma, Andy Serkis as Alfred, Peter Sarsgaard as Gil Colson, Jeffrey Wright as Commissioner Gordon, John Turturro as Carmine Falcon, Charlie Carver as and Max Carver, Con O’Neill among others.