The Batman: Who should play the caped crusader?


Fionn Whitehead: Just how young a Batman is the WB and DC talking about? Armie Hammer: Hammer has been rumoured to play Green Lantern for quite a while. He would be a radical choice. Only problem is Chalamet is too slight an actor. He has not had a lot of big opportunities and this might be his breakout role. But we have a better suggestion. Advertising

Robert Pattinson: The actor who rose to fame with a brief role in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and then the Twilight franchise is said to be the next Batman. He is a great actor, looks the part physically, and is young enough to carry the role for a decade if not more. Sure, physically he is barely a Robin, but that is nothing months of intense workout cannot solve. He should be Bruce Wayne/Batman. Like his brothers, he has striking good looks, height and the physique to boot already. He would need to spend a lot of time in the gym if he is cast. It is an interesting choice but not wholly surprising since he was said to be one of the frontrunners. 0
Comment(s) If the higher-ups are looking for a fresh face, there are few others who fit the bill. The actor has shown talent in the post-Twilight phase of his career, and we think he could do a great job, particularly under a filmmaker like Matt Reeves. Timothée Chalamet: If they are just starting a new franchise (which seems like they are), there might not be a better young actor who can play this high-profile role and play it well. Liam Hemsworth: The much ignored Hemsworth sibling could be a decent Batman. This little-known Brit played one of the major characters in Christopher Nolan’s war epic Dunkirk and more recently in Netflix’s Black Mirror: Bandersnatch.