Accents from Robert Pattinsons, ranked by how horribly they sound

Accents from Robert Pattinsons, ranked by how horribly they sound ...

After his rise to stardom with Twilightsaga, Pattinson continued to develop smaller, indie productions for a couple of years before returning to blockbusters like The Batman. From small-scale films like The Rover or The Lighthouse to Netflix distributed films likeThe KingorThe Devil All the Time, Pattinson is perfectly drawn to characters with unconventional and experimental tales.

One thing that a large majority of these roles have in common is his desire to create the most bizarre accent.

In honor of his 36th birthday, please include some of Robs'' accents in order to judge how utterly bizarre they are.

''''Twilight'''': Edward Cullen

The addition of Pattinsons to his role as Edward Cullen in theTwilightfranchise was significant for many of us, and it prompted us to fall in love with him in the first place. In terms of his accent, the sullen monotone is just fine. Its quiet and unevenly slips in and out at times. It was also remarkable in selling Edward as the broody vampire, which is both very remarkable.

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''''The Batman'''': Bruce Wayne

In Arkham, Pattinson''s husky comedy is likely to be one of my favorite roles of his. In contrast to Christian Bales'' outwardly confident exterior, Pattinson manifests Bruce''s solitary attitude. However, his Batman voice is somewhat different from Bruce''s, although he''s slightly heavier and raspier. There''s nothing too crazy about his behavior, except when he and Riddler are yelling at each other. A scene combining Riddler''s

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''''Tenet'''': Neil

AlthoughTenetis is a rollercoaster of headaches and confusion, one thing that''s quite straight-forward is Pattinsons'' accent, which just sounds fancy and British. He took inspiration from English journalist Christopher Hitchens for how to play Neil, and Pattinson himself has said that when I play myself on screen, I feel like a fraud. Ironically enough, watching Rob speak in a relaxed manner was more off-putting.

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''''Good Time'''': Connie Nikas

In an interview with Good Morning America, Rob talked about learning to speak in a Queens accent while filming. This is an admirable skill, and it''s clear that Rob put a lot more effort in perfecting the accent.

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''''Little Ashes'''': Salvador Dali

Pattinson was given a chance to play a young Salvador Dali in a Spanish accent with a Scouse twang during interviews. It was also important to remember that former Liverpool Football club manager Rafa Benitez gave up on the accent early on, speaking in a very horrified mix of British and Spanish inflections. Not only that, but given that the cast is full of actors of Spanish descent, his accent is spooked.

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''''The Rover'''': Rey

After a lengthy gear shift into a dystopian future, Pattinson plays Rey, the stuttering brother of a car thief that Guy Pearces is following. The film is set in an Australian outback, although Pattinson is a sort of adept at listening to the crowd. It''s unreasonably unsettling, but not his worst attempt at channeling the South.

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''''Damsel'''': Samuel Alabaster

The Zellner brothers wacky westernis a great fit to Rob''s all-encompassing filmography, and it''s baffling to me that he hasn''t done more comedies. In Damsel, Pattinson plays a fast-talking pioneer with fake teeth and the most outrageous old-timey country accent. It''s pretty much ridiculous, but Rob''s also exaggerates it greatly, given the scenes'' blandness. And the movie also features Pattinson

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''''The Lighthouse'''': Thomas Howard

Pattinson and Willem Dafoe play two lighthouse keepers living on a remote island without subtitles, but that''s what I found most appealing about it. From the highly specific fisherman jargon to the bold sea shanties, this truly bizarre accent puts Rob at his best.

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''''The King'''': The Dauphin

The King''s terrible French accent has got to be one of his funniest acting choices by far. It''s so goofy, sometimes switching between three different accents in one sentence. It''s also what I imagine Americans sound like when they''re drunk and imitateing a French person. I started doing it as a joke at first, but then I watched myself and saw it back again. I guess it didn''t, but am glad you did anyway.

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Reverend Preston Teagardin of ''The Devil All the Time''

What makes him feel the likeness of the outside world? Maybe it''s the worst of all time. Pattinson has said how he didnt let any of the cast and crew hear it until the first day of shooting, as he refused to speak with a dialect coach. It certainly shows how he would perform the vocal notes on his own, even to make himself laugh. This is why he was a fan of The Rover, who is surprisingly sorry for the fact that he had previously done a Southern accent

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