Robert Pattinson revealed he was ‘counting sips of water’ to get in shape to play The Batman

Robert Pattinson has only had a few months to get into shape to play Bruce Wayne/Batman in The Batman, revealing some of his intriguing techniques.

The 35-year-old London native opened up on some of his fitness secrets for getting in shape with Batman in a new interview with People.

The former Twilight idol revealed that one of his techniques even involves limiting his sips of water to make his physique stand out even more.

In shape: Robert Pattinson had just a few months to get into shape to play Bruce Wayne/Batman in The Batman, revealing some of his intriguing techniques

“I was like three months before the movie started, and then you practice all the time before and after work,” Pattinson revealed.

“You just cut and cut and cut before the few scenes without your shirt on, and you count the sips of water,” the actor added.

The sip-counting technique is used in amateur wrestling to reduce weight, and by bodybuilders before a big show.

Coaching:

Training: “I had about three months before the movie started, and then you train all the time before and after work,” Pattinson revealed

A Bodybuilding and fitness The article recommends that, on the day of the show, a bodybuilder take only “small sips” of water before bias, a technique Pattinson replicated for his Batman look.

When he only had a few months to get in shape, he revealed that “shame is my biggest motivation, 100%”.

When Pattinson wasn’t shirtless in the film, he was often in his iconic Batsuit, revealing it helped him connect to the character even more.

Shame: when he only had a few months to get in shape, he revealed that

Shame: With just a few months left to get fit, he revealed that ‘shame is my biggest motivation, 100%’.

“It’s funny because you read the script and you spend a lot of time trying to figure out ‘How do I play this character who does these kinds of bold acts? Pattinson started.

“And the closer I got to filming, I got more and more paranoid – you know, it’s ridiculous when you’re just sitting at home in a t-shirt – and then you put it on. He has an elemental power, he added.

He went on to say that while wearing the suit, “people react differently to you, the crew reacts differently.” Your whole world suddenly changes.

The world is changing: He went on to say that while wearing the suit,

The world is changing: He went on to say that, while wearing the suit, “people react differently with you, the crew reacts differently”. Your whole world suddenly changes’

Bold:

Bold: “It’s funny because you read the script and you spend a lot of time trying to figure out ‘How do I play this character that does these kinds of bold acts?'” Pattinson began

“And then you kind of catch a glimpse of this glimpse, the subtle reflection or a shadow on the floor and you realize the character is just so much bigger than you. It’s kind of like wearing a crown or something,’ Pattinson clarified.

The Batman opens in theaters March 4, to American critics raving about the superhero drama, which has an 87% “Fresh” rating from Rotten Tomatoes critics.

The Batman is also expected to have a big weekend at the box office, with Deadline projecting a global launch between $225 and $240 million.

Rave reviews: The Batman opens in theaters on March 4, with American critics raving about the superhero drama, which has 87% "Costs" rating from Rotten Tomatoes reviews

Rave reviews: The Batman opens in theaters March 4, with American critics raving about the superhero drama, which has an 87% “Fresh” rating from Rotten Tomatoes critics

Global: The Batman is also expected to have a big weekend at the box office, with Deadline predicting a worldwide launch between $225-240 million.

Global: The Batman is also expected to have a big weekend at the box office, with Deadline predicting a worldwide launch between $225-240 million.

Teresa E. Burton