" I was in competitive actor mode! I was like,
‘I wonder who else was out for that part?’
I knew a few people who had gone out and
tested for it too so I was comparing them to
you – as you do [laughs]. And then I felt
really comforted by that too because I think
you have really, really good taste and I knew 
The Batman was going to be different from
the [superhero] films I'd seen before, and
protected from being too… I don't know,
cheesy, you know what I mean? Superhero
films can go so horribly wrong in general.
But I think [the roles] are what both of us
are looking for in terms of art and the
artists that we want to be. I think you've
done a really incredible job at navigating
your career and working with up-and-coming
directors, writers, and searching for things
that interest you – and taking really big risks
as you go. You make really bold choices as
an actor. I'm honestly blown away by you
when I watch your work. I'm like,‘ Oh, my
God, Rob’s like a really good actor.’"

Not everyone is willing to scale the roof of
The Hollywood Roosevelt hotel or, slathered
in lube, slip into a latex bodysuit for the sake
of fashion. Luckily for renowned photographer
Ellen von Unwerth, Zoë Kravitz’s and Robert
Pattinson’s desire to embrace the stranger
things in life is what makes them so
hypnotically electrifying. And, in all fairness,
donning an unconventional ‘suit’ is something
the two actors have become quite accustomed
to lately…

Entering Gotham City as the new Catwoman/
Selina Kyle and Batman – two of the most iconic
fictional characters of all time – Kravitz and
Pattinson take on their biggest roles to date in
director Matt Reeves' unique vision of the
Gotham underbelly. It’s certainly hard to deny,
as Kravitz goes on to mention, that superhero
movies often go amiss. And that is probably
why, with Batman’s various re-inventions over
the decades, extended iterations of the
vigilante franchise have often been met with
skepticism. But if Kravitz’s and Pattinson’s
unconventional oeuvre has anything to say
about their taste for picking complex, unexpected
roles that captivate, Reeves' own interpretation
of the DC comic book story is set for triumph.
Covering our Spring 2022 issue, the two actors
talk their first impressions of each other on set,
what they look for in new roles, and how they
feel about becoming the next Batman and
Photography by Ellen von Unwerth
Editorial Director Huw Gwyther
Entertainment Director Erica Cornwall
Editor Ella Bardsley
Art Director Jeffrey Thomson

For Zoë Kravitz:
Fashion by Andrew Mukamal
Hair by Nikki Nelms
Make-up by Nina Park at Kalpana using YSL Beauty
Nails by Betina Goldstein at The Wall Group

For Robert Pattinson
Fashion by Mobolaji Dawodu 
Grooming by Diana Schmidtke at Forward Artists using Dior Beauty

US Fashion Editor Mikiel Benyamin
Props Stylist Devin Kelly
1st Photo Assistant Todd Weaver
2nd Photo Assistant Ian Cush
3rd Photo Assistant Tatiana Tate
Digi Tech Aladdin Ishmael
Andrew Mukamal’s assistant Juliana Bassi
Mobolaji Dawodu’s assistants Nadiya Mazurczak and Edwin Mohney
Mikiel Benyamin’s assistant Isabel Sanchez
Tailor Elma Click 
Production assistants Octavia Akoulitchev and Morgane Millot

Special thanks to Warner Bros., The Hollywood Roosevelt,
Rooz Eatery, Med Arbous, Diptyque, Aesop,
Whispering Angel Wine, GT’s Kombucha,
Carleen Donovan, Megan Moss, Clara Rea and
Aurore De Bettignies
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Robert Pattinson, Batman & Zoë Kravitz, Catwoman, covers WONDERLAND SPRING 2022 ISSUE