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Robert Pattinson Is Being ‘Pushed To The Limit’ As He Recovers From COVID And Must Continue Meeting Batman Director’s Demands, Report


Fans are worried about Robert Pattinson and it’s all because of a new report from The Sun. According to the publication, Robert (who recently contracted COVID-19) has been pushed to the limit by The Batman director Matt Reeves. The Batman has seen its release date set back due to COVID-19 and a source spoke to The Sun and said Reeves is making things extremely difficult for Pattinson in what the source described as a ‘grueling process.’
Now, people are concerned that if Robert has a negative experience he might shy away from returning to the role in the future.
A source spoke to the publication and stated the following.
Filming has been a grueling process, especially for Robert, as Matt is such a perfectionist. He’ll insist on doing scenes over and over again and get bogged down in the tiny detail. Some­times it’s like he doesn’t know when to stop.
There’s no doubt that Reeves’ has a ton of pressure to make sure The Batman is a huge success, but at what price?
You may see the Sun’s report below.

50 takes! Haha, #RobertPattinson should come on board with me; 3ish (if you’re lucky) and it’s time to move on. https://t.co/p04PYlsBQ1
— Al Carretta (@alcarretta) December 29, 2020

Fans were so concerned about Robert Pattinson‘s emotional well-being while filming The Batman that he began trending on social media after the Sun’s report went live. The Sun continued to talk about Rob’s history with franchises, such as the Twilight saga. Rob even went viral and a compilation video was made where he was essentially bashing the movie. His die-hard fans don’t want him to have a repeat!
If you’ve never seen Robert Pattinson’s compilation video where he discusses the Twilight saga and his character Edward Cullen, you may see it below.

What do you think about the Sun’s report regarding Robert Pattinson’s grueling filming experience? Are you worried that Robert Pattinson will burn out under the extreme pressure of filming?
Are you looking forward to seeing The Batman when it comes out in theaters and on-demand in March 2022?
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Charisse Van Horn is a freelance writer from Tampa Bay. She enjoys writing about celebrities, entertainment, and fashion. Any reproduction of this article outside of Celebrity Insider will be met with legal action by the writer.

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