What would you do if you had the opportunity to team up with one of the World’s most famous movie stars? If you answered that you would make a movie about Batman and you wouldn’t have to worry about making ends meet, then you are in luck because that is precisely what Robert Pattinson has done. The actor has teamed up with Warner Bros. to bring the Dark Knight to life on the big screen in a yet untitled Batman movie.

The actor took to Instagram to share the exciting news along with a beautiful throwback picture of himself as Batman.

The Caped Crusader will make his debut in Zack Snyder’s “Batman vs. Superman,” opposite Henry Cavill’s Superman. The highly anticipated film will be released on March 25, 2016 by Warner Bros. Pictures. In the comics, Batman first met Superman when they were both teenagers in the town of Smallville. Although the two haven’t always seen eye to eye, they have always been friends and sworn enemies of each other’s crime-fighting rivalries. The cinematic version of the iconic characters will finally face off for the first time on film in Snyder’s big-budget superhero epic.

The Early Days

Before he became known for his acting career, Robert Pattinson was a musician. The actor released his debut album, “Twilight Summer” in 2008. The album featured songs that he wrote and recorded with his band, The Wild Ones. Several of the songs on the album were inspired by Pattinson’s love for the horror movie genre. One of his songs, “Death Valley,” was even named after a scene in director George A. Romero’s 1968 classic, “Strangers In The Night.”

Pattinson was born and raised in London. He was interested in performing from a young age and attended numerous concerts and performances with his family. He began his acting career in a 2004 production of “Peter and the Starcatcher,” a play about H.H. Holmes, a notorious American serial killer. That same year, Pattinson starred in the British horror film, “The Wasp Woman.”

In 2006, Pattinson made his Broadway debut in the musical, “Casa Valentina.” That same year, he also made his American television debut in a episode of “The O.C.” In 2007, Pattinson appeared in the superhero film, “Invincible.” In 2009, he starred in the romantic comedy, “The Twilight Saga: New Moon.”

In 2011, Pattinson was nominated for a Razzie Award for Worst Actor for his role in the science fiction film, “Never Back Down.” The same year, he reunited with “The Twilight Saga” director, Mark Watches, on the film, “The Midnight Meat Train.” In 2012, Pattinson appeared in two more films, “London Fields” and “The Sessions.” He also released a music video for the song, “Applause,” which was featured in “The Dark Knight Rises.”

In 2013, Pattinson starred in the dark thriller, “Night Train.” That same year, he also starred in the romantic comedy, “The Rover.” In 2015, Pattinson starred in two more films, “Diary Of A Teenage Girl” and “The Lost City Of Z.”

The Untitled Batman Movie

Ahead of its March 25, 2016 release, fans can already begin to speculate about the plot of “Batman vs. Superman.” The film will pick up right where “Man of Steel” left off, which means that Batman teams up with Superman to take on the villains of the DC Universe. While the DCEU has primarily focused on the growing personal rivalry between Batman and Superman, the upcoming movie will finally bring the two heroes together to save the day. It is important to remember that, in the comics, Batman and Superman are always willing to work together to fight evil.

Warner Bros. Pictures has yet to officially announce the title of the untitled Batman movie, but industry insiders have started referring to it as “Batman vs. Superman.” While the studio has yet to make an official announcement about the title of the movie, it has already begun filming. The first photos from the set of Batman vs. Superman show Henry Cavill as Superman and Robert Pattinson as Batman as the Caped Crusader searches for the Man of Steel in Metropolis. The images were first published by Business Insider and were obtained by ComicBook.com.

For decades, DC Comics has maintained a strict policy of never revealing the identity of its most famous character. The company kept the secret of who the Caped Crusader was actually meant to be until 2011, when it was revealed that the character was originally supposed to be named “Bruce Wayne.” However, because of an unresolved issue with the parents of Richard Grayson (Dick) – the boy who eventually became Nightwatch and died in the line of duty in the 1960s – the company decided to keep the character’s true identity a secret. That same year, DC also revealed that it had stopped pursuing the alleged child molestation case that had been brought against it years earlier by comedian Bill Cosby. The company claimed that it was never going to file any charges, and also stressed that none of its characters were supposed to engage in real-life criminal behavior.

Batman Will Appear In Other Projects

While “Batman vs. Superman” will be the actor’s first foray into the world of superheroes, he is no stranger to the genre. He has been acting in plays about famous literary figures since he was 17, and has appeared in several films that were inspired by or involved Sherlock Holmes, the famous consulting detective. (He played the famous detective in the 2012 film, “The Dark Knight Rises.”)

From the beginning, it was clear that “Batman vs. Superman” was going to involve a lot of action. The first trailer for the film showed several scenes of superheroes battling it out on the big screen.

However, it appears that Pattinson is not done teaming up with otherworldly heroes just yet. He recently starred alongside Amy Adams in the upcoming 2016 film, “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” According to reports, the actor will play Agent Robert Parker, a secret agent who poses as an English teacher to infiltrate a cult. He also has a small role in Luc Besson’s grandiose science fiction film, “Valerian.”

What’s Next For Batman?

With the debut of the Caped Crusader in “Batman vs. Superman,” fans can expect to see more of Robert Pattinson in the coming years. The actor is no longer contractually obligated to star in the Twilight franchise, so he will be able to appear in other studios’ films. (The franchise still accounts for more than half of his total filmography, with six films and counting.)

Pattinson will continue to star in many different projects, including several high-profile comic book adaptations. The actor recently completed work on “The Two Faces of Tonya,” a biopic about the legendary tennis player, Tonya Harding. He also has a role in the upcoming fantasy film, “Barbara,” opposite Elle Fanning and Emma Watson. (The film is directed by Richard Madden and will be released on March 23, 2017.)

While these projects may not seem like the most obvious choice for the actor, they could lead to bigger and better things. At this point in his career, it seems like anything is possible for Robert Pattinson. The sky is the limit.