Batman: Paul Dano has trouble sleeping after playing the ‘creepy’ Riddler

Paul Dano revealed that he had trouble sleeping after playing Quiz person in the near future DC super hero adaptation Batman.

Directed by Matt Reeves, Batman has been described as a “dark” and “sharp” interpretation of the popular comic book character, with the character Dano serving as the main antagonist of the film.

Participating in the movie is Robert Pattinson as Batman, Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman, and Colin Farrell as Penguin.

Talking to Weekly entertainmentDano discusses how much the reels have affected his health.

“There were some nights around where I probably didn’t sleep as well as I wanted to just because it was a little bit difficult to get rid of this character,” he said. “It takes a lot of energy to get there. And so you almost have to maintain it once you’re there because going up and down is so difficult. “

The There will be bloodshed The star added: “What I feel is the opportunity that Matt [Reeves] showed a villain in this movie more real, potentially scarier. “

At one point, Dano suggested wrapping his character in plastic wrap, as the villain sought to avoid leaving DNA at the crime scene.

Describing the experience of taking off the Riddler costume afterward, Dano said: “My head just felt hot.

Paul Dano plays The Riddler in ‘The Batman’, a role formerly inhabited by Jim Carrey

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“I went home that night, after the first day, and I could barely sleep for fear of what was happening to my head. It’s like being compressed by sweat and heat and lack of oxygen. It was a crazy feeling.”

Despite the film’s reported dark tone, Reeves was refuting the speculation that there might be a cut in the R rating of Batmanwith the film releasing in the US with a lenient PG-13 rating, and in the UK at 15.

Batman premieres in cinemas on March 4.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/batman-riddler-paul-dano-b2018868.html Batman: Paul Dano has trouble sleeping after playing the ‘creepy’ Riddler

Tom Vazquez

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