'The Batman': One of the protagonists of 'Cobra Kai' wants to be Robert Pattinson's Robin

'The Batman': One of the protagonists of 'Cobra Kai' wants to be Robert Pattinson's Robin
Robert Pattinson, The Batman, Warner Bros.

Tanner Buchannan, one of the stars of 'Cobra Kai', recently announced how much she would like to be Robin in Robert Pattinson's version of Batman. This was stated on the Just for Variety podcast last August: "Since I found out that Robert Pattinson, one of my favorite actors, was going to be Batman, it was like I needed to be his Robin."

In addition, the actor confessed during his interview that the idea of ​​being Batman's right hand has been around his head for a long time since he grew up watching 'Teen Titans', the series in which Robin was the protagonist. He also added that he would not mind playing the role in any of the versions that have been written, including the comic 'Batman: Urban Legends', in which Tim Drake declares himself bisexual: "If I have the opportunity to represent something like that, it would be amazing".

Buchannan Cobra Kai
Buchannan Cobra Kai

Buchannan is known for roles such as 'Someone Like Him', the Netflix movie in which he stars. He has also appeared in series such as 'Game Shakers' or 'Designated Successor', although the one that has catapulted him to fame is 'Cobra Kai'. In this continuation of 'Karate Kid, the moment of truth', the actor plays Robby Keene. We can see it in the new season, which will premiere on December 31.


Waiting for Batman

'The Batman', directed by Matt Reeves, will hit theaters on March 4 next year. Robert Pattinson, the new Bruce Wayne, announced that he would reveal many surprises about the film at DC Fandome that will take place on October 16. He will not be alone at the event. Zoƫ Kravitz, the new Catwoman, will accompany him.

   

The plot will revolve around the corruption that filled Gotham City with criminals and the role played by the Wayne family. It will feature stars such as Colin Farrell, John Turturro, Jeffrey Wright, and Paul Dano, among others.

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