Welcome to The Pattinson Vault, your fansite dedicated to the talented british actor Robert Pattinson. You might recognize Robert for his roles in "Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire", the "Twilight" saga, "Remember Me", "The Lighthouse" and "Tenet". With upcoming projects including Matt Reeves' "The Batman", we aim to bring you the latest news & images of Robert, and strive to remain 100% gossip-and-paparazzi-free. Make sure to bookmark us, and check back!
(Video) The Cast of “The Batman” on Matt Reeves’s Vision for the Caped Crusader

The Cast of “The Batman” recently sat down with Fandango to share about which past Batman they love the most, why they were drawn to Matt Reeves’s new take on the DC classic, and how each other actors’ performance choices informed their own.

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Welcome to The Pattinson Vault, your new online source dedicated to the British actor Robert Pattinson! You might recognize Robert from “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”, the “Twilight” saga, “Remember Me”, “The Lighthouse”, “Tenet” and the upcoming DC live-action movie “The Batman”, where he is set to portray Bruce Wayne/Batman. I’d like to thank my friends Elise and Sara for all their help and support during this past year, and Megan for the beautiful header. There is yet still a lot of content to come that I’m working on, however, as a huge Batman and comic books fan, I wanted to open the site in time to cover the press tour of the movie!

In the meantime, you can browse the gallery (with over +20,000 photos), and keep an eye out for the video archive and press section, which will be updated regularly. Make sure to follow on Twitter at @pattinsonvault to stay up to date with all the latest news, photos, and videos of Robert. We hope you enjoy your stay and come back soon!


(Photos) The Metamorphosis of Robert Pattinson

The press tour for “The Batman” has started, with Robert gracing the March cover of GQ magazine! Showing us his chameleon side with various looks, our gallery’s been updated with not only the two covers but also outtakes from the photo session! Along with the photos, you’ll also be able to read the article posted by GQ, and watch a video in which he breaks down his most iconic characters below.


He is exceptionally handsome. Wide, wild eyes. Large facial features arranged where a sculptor might have put them in 16th-century Italy. He is, unlike some actors, taller than people suppose. (“A lot of Batman fans are like, He’s tiny, he’s tiny! I’m not fucking tiny!” he says. “I’m, like, a large person. About half the time, I’m trying to get skinnier.”) He has that ability to look convincingly different, by meaningful degrees, in many different things. It’s not just hair and weight. It’s the way he can lower or raise an internal dimmer switch to dial the eyes and mouth along a spectrum from, like, American scuzzbucket to French aristocrat. It permits him to work effectively as both a leading bat and a 12-minute scene-stealer. “He’s a chameleon,” Matt Reeves, director of The Batman, says. “Recently, Rob was telling me that he never plays a character with exactly his voice. The voice is one of his ways in.”

In London today, his natural accent is crisp and his words are prudent. But his laughter is freewheeling and he can’t help but start things off by saying precisely what he feels: “I’m so fucking jet-lagged!” He is underdressed: “It’s cold! Fuck!” And he is feeling his age (35): “I can’t do anything anymore!” The effect is something like: English art dealer after a weeklong fair in Hong Kong. He looks like he was maybe at his shiniest six days ago.

We’re walking through Holland Park, at the base of Notting Hill. Not 18 hours earlier, the plan had been for us to visit the London Zoo, but he’d suddenly thought better of it. “I was talking to my girlfriend”—the model and actress Suki Waterhouse—“last night and she was, like, ‘You know, people don’t really like zoos.…’ I’d been thinking about a metaphorical thing. But then I was thinking that’s very wrong, a sad bear walking in circles.” He’d talked himself out of it.

“I just can’t help it,” he says. “I’ll do it for every single element, every decision, in my life. What is the worst-case scenario for this decision?

His career to this point has been shaped by a combination of talent, desire, luck, attendant fame, and bold choices. The fame came quickly, with Twilight, the teen-vampire saga that grossed billions of dollars and set Pattinson up for a particular kind of path. The choices—smaller movies with singular filmmakers—came as part of his masterfully planned, decade-long prison break out of that one particular career. “I’m constantly doing risk assessments, which drives everybody crazy, trying to predict every single element that could possibly happen. And then, at the end of it, just being like: Ah, fuck it! I’ll just play a lighthouse keeper who fucks a mermaid! I think this is the right move!
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