January 2020 Peter Sarsgaard says The Batman has an edge

Lawrence Kim
January 14, 2020

Each time one of the actors who are part of the Matt Reeves project participates in an interview they ask him about the film, although there is still a lot of mystery surrounding the film.

Sarsgaard continues with mention how emotional he feels the film will be when it's released to audiences.

While the filming of The Batman in full swing on the other side of the Channel, showing Robert Pattinson in the skin of Bruce Wayne, a new rumor casting could relate to the film from Matt Reeves.

Matt directing this Batman [is exciting].

While he did not divulge details on his role, Peter Sarsgaard did note that The Batman distinguishes itself from the previous films with its young cast, adding that the new adaptation has an edge to it. That it has the energy and that kind of thing, and that it is not aimed so specifically at a very young audience, or at a very old audience, but that it has that power of chaos in it ...

In addition to Pattinson as the film's titular Caped Crusader and Farrell as the Penguin, The Batman will also feature Zazie Beetz as Catwoman, Paul Dano as the Riddler, John Turturro as Carmine Falcone, Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth, Jeffrey Wright as Jim Gordon, and to-be-revealed roles for Jayme Lawson and Peter Sarsgaard. If the role of the latter still remains unknown, The Scottish Sun also evokes some details and information regarding the role and speculation that surround it. Comic Book to his side, sees a logic in this adherence to the distribution, to the extent that the teams of The Batman migrate now from London to Glasgow, Alex Ferns as he himself is scottish. I feel like it sort of exists outside the realm of... And it is very emotional. The Pixies were an incredibly emotional band, and I think this Batman is very emotional in that way. I think it will be very powerful.

I'm excited to do it.

Sarsgaard - whose wife Maggie Gyllenhaal, appeared in 2008 Batman blockbuster "The Dark Knight" - said: "I'm excited to do it". I think in the end, the film wasn't as successful as it could have been, but I had a blast doing that one.

"The Batman" arrives in Irish theaters on June 25, 2021.

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