Robert Pattinson drops out of ‘The Souvenir’ sequel due to scheduling conflicts

Robert Pattinson has reportedly dropped out of several movies due to scheduling conflicts. Seems like the next few years will be very busy for Pattinson.

The new Batman has dropped out of Joanna Hogg’s anticipated sequel of ‘The Souvenir’ because of scheduling conflicts with Christopher Nolan’s most expensive film yet, ‘Tenet’. The star studded cast includes Aaron Taylor-Johnson, John Washington, Elizabeth Debicki and Dimple Kapadia. He was reportedly locked in a room by Nolan to read the script.

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Pattinson also has to start filming for Reeves’ new Batman movie which is releasing in 2021. He is also busy with the promotion for his new movie, ‘High Seas’ in which he delivered an excellent performance, according to both critics and viewers. Matt Reeves excited fans with a three second clip of Robert on Twitter with the bat emojis.

Pattinson has his plate full with upcoming projects and is going to be busy for the next few years with filming. The audience is still not over his role as the bad boy vampire, Edward Cullen. Fans think he is a good choice for Batman. Recent polls support the evidence that he was the fan favorite hence proving Reeves made the right choice.

Pattinson was reportedly Reeves’ first choice before casting for the movie even began. He thought Robert Pattinson would convince the audience with his exemplary acting skills. Not only Matt Reeves, but Danny Boyle, former director of Bond movies, believes in his skill, because he thinks Pattinson would be a good fit as the new ‘Bond’.

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At the moment Tom Hardy is the top choice, but with Robert Pattinson taking Hollywood by a storm, it wouldn’t be surprising to see him nab this role. Unusual, but not surprising.

With so many upcoming projects, Pattinson is going to be seen all over the big screen for the next few years, and at the rate he’s going, he’s going to be an actor to be remembered.