Paul Dano considers “The Batman” to be a “well-founded” film.
The 37-year-old actor plays the Riddler in Matt Reeves’ new superhero blockbuster – with his serial killer character sparking terror in Gotham City – and admits he didn’t want to specifically base his work on murderers of films.
Paul told Empire magazine: “I love how solid and big this movie is at the same time.
“So there are core forces like the Zodiac Killer, right? But it’s still ‘The Batman’, and for me it’s a lot bigger, so it was important to let my imagination run wild. react to the script, rather than basing it strictly on a killer series. “
The “12 Years a Slave” actor also suggested that his character will wear an “intense” costume during the film which will see Robert Pattinson make his Caped Crusader debut.
Paul explained, “The costume was very intense. I think the potential DIY element you talk about was actually scarier to me than the more fancy or compound designs we could have played with.
“I found working with the costume to be very powerful. When you put on something like that, there is a way to let it talk to you and say something to your body. There is a way to let it have it. his own life. “
Dano previously teased that there was something “fun” about all of the characters in the upcoming image, but he couldn’t go into plot details.
He said, “There is something funny about my character and all the characters. It’s the kind of movie that we desperately want to share on the big screen. So, I hope we all get that figured out and get excited to see a Batman movie. It will be worth it. It will be really cool. “