The Batman diet and Robert Pattinson’s training program unveiled (for real)


In a recent GQ interview, Robert Pattinson said he was “doing almost nothing” when it comes to his fitness program for playing The Batman, but it turns out that this is not really the case. In an interview with Healthy For Men magazine (via Batman-News), Pattinson revealed what he was doing to get in shape as a Batman. Robert Pattinson’s Batman diet and workout plan includes:

  • Cut down on alcohol, processed meats and fried foods.
  • Boxing and “military style sandbag routines on the beach”.
  • Run 5 to 10 km (3 to 6 miles) three to four times a week.
  • For the abs, it starts with a regular five-minute cardio workout.
  • Followed by bike crunches, side dumbbell turns, double crunches, and Superman exercise, with three sets of 25 reps per move.

“You are watching the real warriors of the superhero genre – Hemsworth, The Rock, Downey Jr., Evans – and wondering if you are putting yourself in the wrong place,” Pattinson told Healthy For Men. He added that he had spoken to some of the aforementioned actors about nervousness by taking on a role as physically challenging as that of a superhero.

“It’s about pushing the envelope and building up to a point where you know you can do the materiality justice. And beyond that, much of it lets the special effects and on-screen interaction produce the real magic. All in all, it’s just very exciting. ” So why did Pattinson say what he did in this previous interview with GQ? It turns out that he has a reputation for trolling interviewers and even playing with his directors in a fun way. As The Guardian recently reminded:

“A commitment to chaos is pretty much Pattinson’s MO, according to the directors he worked with. In the profile, Robert Eggers describes him as “Andy Kaufman-esque in real life. Rob is so much beyond drought that it’s, like, a meta. You’re like, “Is it funny? Like, “I have no idea what’s going on. In the play, Pattinson also claims that he does not remember the intrigue of Tenet, an upcoming movie in which he just starred, directed by Christopher Nolan. (the interviewer) calls Nolan to see if he is being played. The answer: “The nice thing about Rob is that he’s a little f *** ing with you. »»
Batman production has been on hiatus since mid-March due to the closure of the pandemic, but filming in the UK hopes to resume soon. Jurassic World: Dominion is the first Hollywood film to resume production in the UK, with filming set to begin the second week of July.

Bat fans should expect to see the first images of The Batman very soon. Warner Bros. revealed this week that their July 31 release of Tenet will include glimpses of upcoming Warners movies, which could very well include The Batman since Pattinson plays in both films. Warners also announced that its Comic-Con DC FanDome-style virtual event, which will take place on August 22, will include panels and footage from a number of upcoming DC movies, including The Batman.

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