Robert Pattinson has recently become the subject of several outrageous memes and I can totally guarantee you that we've yet to see the last of them. The meme I'm talking about is an image that sees the Twilight saga star sporting a pulled back hair and wearing a brown tracksuit. The photo is taken from his time filming 2017's Good Time and while nothing's actually wrong with the image, what makes it funny to a lot of people I guess is his overall expression which almost comes across as being done or fed up with what he's doing.
Now, artist BossLogic took advantage of the meme's immense popularity and gave it his own unique spin. The Australian artist known for his awesome fan arts on social media took the liberty to place the viral "Pattinson in a tracksuit" meme in his own The Batman poster. The image, tinted in the original poster's red color scheme sees Pattinson aka Bruce Wayne in the middle of a Gotham ally, seeking vengeance, perhaps? It's downright hysterical! Check it out here:
We're not quite sure though how RPatz feels about the viral meme since he isn't exactly someone who's social media savvy but hey, it's all in the spirit of good fun. Anyway, news broke out last week that Pattinson has been cleared to return filming for the highly anticipated Matt Reeves film and it looks like they're close to finishing the project. It's safe to assume at this point that they've been able to convince a lot of fans that the project will be great based on the trailer we saw last August at the DC FanDome. It's too early to tell but I truly believe that our new caped crusader will shut his critics permanently with his Batman performance.
The Batman has resumed production and is slated for release in 2021.
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