We’re in the age of the Robert Pattinson renaissance. After playing a love-struck vampire in 2008, Pattinson was typecast as somewhat of an emotional sex symbol. Tweens fawned over the brooding Brit, and he was in numerous films that capitalized on the Edward Cullen craze. None of these films were exceptionally good; Water for Elephants took in a mere $117 million, and the 9/11 romance saga Remember Me drew just $56 million. Some might argue that Pattinson’s time in Hollywood had come to a close.
It’s Battinson’s world, and we’re just living in it. Robert Pattinson will soon show mainstream audiences what he can do as a dynamic Batman.Read MoreMovieWeb – Feed