Before Batman: 3 Robert Pattinson Movies You Shouldn’t Miss

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The actor left behind the stigmatization of some sector of the audience for his leading role in the Twilight saga and reinvented himself as a cult performer. Three unmissable movies!

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There are only a few days left until the premiere of batmanthe film directed by Matt Reeves and starring Robert Pattinson that promises to reinvent the myth of the Gothic Bat with a dark and disturbing story. Perhaps one of the greatest challenges in the professional career of the actor, who for a long time was pigeonholed by his participation in the saga Twilight.

Today Pattinson is a respected performer. He knew how to reinvent himself thanks to the natural talent that he possesses and the intelligence when choosing the projects in which he is involved. batman is an example of that cunning when selecting a new job. But that feature is from a while ago. Today we are going to review three key films in Pattinson’s filmography that show him as a true talent of his generation.

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.3. The lighthouse

In the late 19th century, Ephraim Winslow (Robert Pattinson) is sent by boat to serve as a lighthouse keeper for four weeks on a small, isolated island off the coast of New England, under the supervision of a cantankerous old man named Thomas Wake (Willem Dafoe). The plot of the film is full of surprises and extraordinary twists. A siren and strange visions haunt Pattinson’s character who can only relate to Wake. Will any survive El Faro?

.two. The king

In this case, Robert Pattinson plays Louis, Dauphin of France, during a confrontation between his country and England where political intrigues and interpersonal conflicts in royalty are commonplace. Based on three plays by the exceptional William Shakespeare, it is a historical drama written by David Michôd and Joel Edgerton.

.1. Tenet

Armed with a single word, Tenet, and fighting for the survival of the planet, The Protagonist journeys into a twilight world of international espionage on a mission that transcends the limits of real time. What he is facing is not really travel but “an investment” in time. This is an exceptional entry in the filmography of the talented Christopher Nolan who chose Pattinson to play Neil, who helps The Protagonist.

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