Robert Pattinson admitted his love for Batman movies and noted that none of them were bad.

The 35-year-old actor said he was fascinated by DC's popular superhero while growing up, during an interview with Total Film.

"Out of all the comic-book characters and that kind of movie, I’ve seen every single one of the [Batman] movies in the cinema, which I can’t really say I’ve done for any other series," he said.

Pattinson recalled as a kid he used to wait for Batman movies and comics to release. "There was the combination of just being so attracted to it," he added. "But also feeling like it’d had a lot of movies made about it, and none of them are bad movies."

While the actor acknowledged that some people "kind of sh-t on" some of Batman movies, he noted they are not actually bad.

"They all kind of completely achieve what they set out to achieve, and they’re all really interesting, according to their time and place," he said. "I don’t know. I just had a weird instinct about it. But I’ve always loved the character."

Pattinson explained that the upcoming reboot of the franchise, "The Batman" will show the character going through a "really bad self-therapy."

"He’s got this enormous trauma inside him, and he’s built this intricate, psychological mechanism to handle it," Pattinson said. "It’s like a really, really, really bad self-therapy, which has ended up with him being Batman at the end, as self-help."

The director of the movie, Matt Reeves, opened up about the backlash Pattinson received for playing the new Batman, during an interview last week.

"There has been no actor, when his announcement that he was going to be playing Batman in one of the feature films was announced, that has not received a backlash," Reeves told Esquire.

"The people who were excited, I knew it was because they knew Rob’s work post-Twilight," he said. "The people who weren’t excited, I knew it was because they didn’t know Rob’s work post-Twilight."

"The Batman" is slated to release in theaters on March 4 and will start streaming on HBO Max from April 19. The trailer of the movie dropped on Twitter last month.

Batman was originally introduced in DC comics, which was released on March 30, 1939.

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Robert Pattinson stars as Bruce Wayne in Warner Bros. new film, "The Batman," due out in 2021. Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures/DC Comics