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Robert Pattinson isn’t bothered by Suki Waterhouse still singing about her ex-lovers, as the actor gives off major Batman vibes

Robert Pattinson isn’t bothered by Suki Waterhouse still singing about her ex-lovers, as the actor gives off major Batman vibes

Forget brooding Batmans: Robert Pattinson’s real superpower might just be chill. Suki Waterhouse’s new album may be a musical trip down memory lane, but Pattinson DGAF (doesn’t give a damn). He channels his inner Batman with utmost confidence and believes he’s better than everyone else.

An angry Robert Pattinson as Bruce Wayne in The Batman
Robert Pattinson as Bruce Wayne in The Batman | DC Studios

Is this the secret ingredient behind his on-screen charm? One thing is for sure: Pattinson has confidence down to a tee, with or without a cape.

Robert Pattinson channels his inner Batman with epic aplomb: “Nobody is better than me”

Robert Pattinson at a Glance in Matt Reeves' The Batman
Robert Pattinson in Matt Reeves’ The Batman | DC Studios

The Batsman hero, Robert Pattinson, is seriously chilling in real life. His fiancée, Suki Waterhouse, recently opened up about their relationship to British Vogue , and let’s just say Mr. Pattinson is the epitome of confidence.

Waterhouse, a songwriter, often refers to past relationships in her music. But according to her, Pattinson doesn’t give a damn. “He really couldn’t give it,” she laughs. “He was like, ‘Nobody’s better than me, so what does it matter?’” Drop the mic, Pattinson. Drop the mic.

This confident outlook extends beyond romance. Waterhouse reflects on her previous high-profile relationships as “quite sadistic”, filled with a “fetishization” of love. Her 30s, however, have brought a delightful change. “You get a little more respect,” she says. “(Love) feels shockingly delicious.”

The couple, newly engaged and new parents to an adorable baby girl, met in an unlikely way: a star-studded game night in LA. Picture a room full of Al Pacino, Javier Bardem, and Penelope Cruz, all vying for attention. Waterhouse describes the scene as “intense” And “uncomfortable.” It was their shared aversion to pretension that brought them closer together.

“We both have a bit of the same uncomfortable feeling,” Waterhouse explains. Laughter was apparently their love language. Eventually they were punished and separated, but fate (and six or seven months) had other plans.

Fast forward to today, and they’re a picture-perfect family. It seems Pattinson’s charm extends beyond the silver screen. Maybe Bruce Wayne could take a few notes on that kind of confidence.

Suki Waterhouse Opens Up About ‘Dark’ Bradley Cooper Split, Pattinson’s Laid-Back Vibe

Bradley Cooper's Adam Jones from Burnt to Star in The Bear Season 3 | The Weinstein Company
Bradley Cooper’s Adam Jones from Burnt to Star in The Bear Season 3 | The Weinstein Company

Suki Waterhouse graces the cover of British Vogue, but the interview goes beyond the usual glamour. The songwriter candidly describes how her breakup with Bradley Cooper was isolating and disorienting. “It took me a decade to figure myself out” after that difficult period, she admits,

You know, when something happens to you in a very public way and the story behind it is dark and difficult, and you’re actually not doing well and you can’t explain yourself to the world, it’s very isolating and disorienting.

Before dating Cooper, Suki dated Miles Kane (a British singer) and then Diego Luna (a musician). Suki, now happily engaged to Robert Pattinson and a new mother, says she was constantly compared to Cooper’s new flame “quite rough.”

But Pattinson doesn’t seem to care. Unfazed by her exes, he knows that no one is better than him. This laid-back attitude is a welcome change from her past. It seems that Pattinson is not only charming on screen, his easygoing nature is a hit with fiancée Suki Waterhouse.