One of the biggest breakouts this year was Batman vs. Superman, the cinematic battle between Batman and Superman. The film was met with favorable reviews and became one of the highest-grossing films of all time. It was an epic rivalry that brought two of pop culture’s biggest heroes together on the big screen for the first time in a decade. The two franchises have been at each other’s throats since the dawn of time, and the fans were eagerly awaiting the opportunity to finally put their money where their mouth was and settle the score once and for all.

The battle was so fierce that it even made mainstream news, with both Batman and Superman gaining a following among the general public. It was clear that people were connecting with the story because it was relatable; it was an opportunity for moviegoers to see themselves in the stories and become inspired to fight for what they believe in. They may not always agree on what that is, but it’s clear that both Batman and Superman have a lot more in common than just a superficial similarity in their looks.

Robert Pattinson’s Transition to Action Film

The film’s director, Chris Nolan, has had a hand in some of Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters over the years, winning four Golden Globes and two Academy Awards along the way. He famously worked with the British actor Robert Pattinson on the Batman films, leading him to the status of Hollywood A-lister. The two have since collaborated on two more Batman films and two more Christopher Nolan films. They also worked together on the dystopian drama The Rover.

Pattinson started his acting career in the U.K. theater, performing in small and mid-sized cities across the country. He then moved to London, where he found work in The Firm, a legal drama that aired on BBC America. The role was small but important, and it helped establish him as a serious dramatic actor. The following year, he played Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire; a small role, but one that helped launch his career. Since then, he has appeared in major films like Twilight and The Bourne Series, as well as small independent flicks like Paddington and The Gingerbread Man.

Why Are Fans So Excited For Another Batman-Superman Movie?

It’s easy to understand why Batman vs. Superman became such a phenomenon; these two characters are as polarizing as they come. They represent completely opposite lifestyles and ideals, yet their fans want to see them face off against each other in a battle to the death. It’s not everyday that you get to see a grown man (or woman) cry at the sight of a movie’s iconic image on the big screen, but it happened last week when BVS hit theaters. The film was such a big hit because it offered something that other superhero movies didn’t; an authentic Batman and Superman rivalry, with all the drama and intensity that comes with it.

The two characters have been featured in several comic book stories throughout the years, but never before had they been given their own films. In BVS they finally get a proper introduction to the general public, as they fight for the admiration of Gotham City’s elite. If you’ve never been a huge fan of either character, it’s understandable that you may have felt a little skeptical about their bodily fluid combat, especially when it comes to casting; neither of them are exactly what you’d call physically perfect. But maybe that’s what makes their rivalry all the more intriguing.

Who Wants To Play The Role Of Batman In A Superhero Film?

It’s well-established that Robert Pattinson is a huge fan of Batman. He has been quoted as saying that he sees himself as the character, noting that he likes to wear a mask because it makes him feel like Batman. So it’s not really a big mystery as to who would want to play the role of Batman; it’s one of the most recognizable characters in film history. And as we’ve established, this is a role that Pattinson has been waiting his whole career to play. 

However, it’s not just about him playing Batman; it’s about who he chooses to play the role of Batman. From the minute Chris Nolan gave Pattinson the script for Batman vs. Superman, the A-list actor had to make a decision. Do you want to play Batman or Superman? The two roles are very different and require very different skillsets. And it’s not just about the physical differences either, as you’ll discover when you compare the characters and their stories. Batman and Superman are polar opposites when it comes to how they perceive the world, and Chris Nolan made sure to highlight that in the film. 

Pattinson ultimately decided to play Batman, and that decision paid off. Not only did he land a dream role, he also managed to make it very clear that he understands Batman’s perspective and moral code, while also giving us a taste of Superman’s vibe.

What Is The Difference Between Batman And Superman?

To put it simply, Batman and Superman are two very different characters. Much has been said about their differences and how they represent completely opposite ideals and lifestyles. Let’s take a look at their physical differences and abilities.

For starters, Batman is a costume wearing vigilante who fights against crime using martial arts and detective methods. Superman is an idealistic hero who fights for truth, justice, and the American way, using physical strength and flying steed to fight evil. Even their clothes are different: Batman wears a mask, camouflage, and a suit, while Superman wears a costume that covers his clothes and a cape.

As for their powers, Batman is capable of learning new skills and using existing ones in new ways. He is introspective and patient, preferring to use reason over force. In short, he sees the world through a cynical eye, while Superman believes in honesty and fair play, and is more an action hero. Finally, their voices are completely different: Batman has a deep, fatherly voice that weaves its way into your head, while Superman has a louder, more masculine voice. 

These two characters are opposite in every way possible, yet their diehard fans still find common ground in their shared love for Batman and Superman. It’s a true testament to the characters’ popularity and the draw they have among fans that they can find common ground in such a manner.

The characters have been featured in several comic books over the years, with DC publishing several spin-offs and graphic novels centering around their stories. Batman has appeared in nearly all of the DC Universe’s major comic books, with his appearances including a bunch of minor ones in between, and Superman’s appearance has been fairly consistent as well. It’s also apparent that Bob And Sally Hart, the creators of Margaret That Bitch (and before that, Mr. Mazzy and Mrs. Marmot) have a personal connection to both characters; they play portraits of Batman and Superman in their shop for customers to ponder over.