Robert Pattinson Has Truly Psychotic Response To Who His Favorite Batman Villain Is

Robert Pattinson Reveals Who His Favorite Batman Villain Is

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  • Robert Pattinson stars as Batman in the latest film about the iconic DC vigilante.
  • With The Batman being such a success, a sequel will undoubtedly happen in the coming years.
  • If it were up to Pattinson, one of the strangest Batman villains ever created would feature in the second movie.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, The Batman is racking up tons of money at the box office, with the film crossing the $400 million mark over the weekend.

Given the film’s rapid and widespread success, Warner Bros. will undoubtedly be fast-tracking the development of a sequel to the Robert Pattinson-starring film.

As is the case with all superhero films, with virtually every new movie, a new villain must be introduced and that will surely be the case when it comes to the next Batman film, as the Dark Knight arguably has the most iconic cast of villains in the history of comic books.

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Despite the Caped Crusader’s historically deep rogues gallery, though, when Pattinson was recently asked about which Batman villain is his favorite, he responded with quite the off-kilter answer: Condiment King.

First debuting in the beloved 90’s cartoon Batman: The Animated Series, the Condiment King does exactly what his name suggests: he unleashes condiments, particularly ketchup and mustard, on his victims. Despite the affinity that Batman himself apparently has for the character, though, we doubt he’ll ever make an appearance in a live-action film.

As for which villains could appear in the sequel to The Batman, some of the most popular choices circulating the web are the likes of Joker, Mr. Freeze, the Court of Owls, and Hush.

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