You may know that actor Rob Pattinson plays a different character in each of his films; however, even non-fans will be able to recognize him when they see his bearded, adventure-seeking, and often shirtless persona. One of the most recent films in which he appeared is the 2018 horror movie, Deadpool.

While the character he plays in Deadpool is not the same as the character he plays in the Twilight movies, the resemblance is certainly there; especially since he also sports a similarly bushy beard. Another notable point of resemblance is that Rob Pattinson owns a special pair of underwear which he wears only when playing a certain role. If you know the exact movie in which he wears these yellow briefs, you will know exactly who he is portraying.

Not only that, but the actor has also become a fan of the furry costume. In fact, he even participated in the 2017 Halloween costume competition and was one of the trending topics on Twitter that same year because of his Halloween costume choice. If you want to see more photos of the adorable actor, scroll down.

The Beach

To begin with, you should check out the classic 1961 movie, The Beach, starring Humphrey Bogart and based on the novel by Vicki Smith. Set in the southern part of France, the movie tells the story of a retired sea captain who goes on a journey of redemption after being falsely accused of murdering his mistress. After finding a stash of jewels that were apparently planted to frame him for the crime, the old man decides to go back to the place he called home for so many years and clear his name. Along the way, he reconnects with the town’s former leading lady (Sophia Loren) and forms a friendship with her son (Gregory Peck). The film’s soundtrack is considered among the greatest of all time and is still very popular today. It’s guaranteed to make you feel happy and cozy by the seaside even if the air is cold and damp.

Casual Cruelty

If you are looking for a funny yet poignant story about teenagers, you should check out the 2014 film, Casual Cruelty. It stars Elle MacLeman as Casey, whose parents (Kate Winslet and Jim Broadbent) have just divorced. The 16-year-old suddenly finds herself the only daughter among three stepbrothers (Damian Scarry, Kieffer Delp, and Max Hordern), each of whom she gradually comes to dislike. When she discovers a cache of marijuana at her grandmother’s (Geraldine Chaplin) house, she persuades her friends to help her sell it. However, things go awry when the police show up to search the premises and the stepbrothers conspire against her. The entire family becomes entangled in a web of deceit as they attempt to escape prison, the police, and each other.

Robin Hood

Another classic movie starring an irresistible Robert Pattinson is the 2009 movie, Robin Hood. Set in Sherwood Forest, this “buddy cop” movie tells the story of a detective (Pattinson) who teams up with an outlaw (Russell Crowe) to catch a ruthless killer (Angelina Jolie). If you know the songs from the musical theater version, you will know the plot. The supporting cast includes Olivia Olson, Charlie Creed-Miles, Peter Stormare, and Alan Rickman. If you are unfamiliar with the songs, you should probably just watch the movie, though. It is worth it.

Goodbye Christopher

This German movie by director Florian Henckel von Rotheram is based on the 1927 novella by D. H. Lawrence. After the author’s death in 1930, the story was republished in a much-expanded “Definitive Edition.” It tells of Christopher, a young man who leaves his parents’ home determined to seek his fortune. However, he never gets further than writing a single letter. Before he can send the letter, he dies from exposure, and the local undertaker delivers his final letter to the post office. The film stars a pre-fame Patricia Neal, who won a Best Supporting Actress Academy Award in 1958 for her role in the film adaptation of Gigi, among other roles. The film also marked the screen debut of the late Grace Kelly. This is one of the most important films of all time because it was the first Hollywood movie to be nominated for a Best Foreign Language Film Oscar. The movie is now available on Netflix if you are looking for a classic.

The Linguist

The Linguist is an erotic drama film by director Jean-Luc Godard about an unnamed French academic (Juliette Binoche) who is torn between her work life and her desire for freedom. She is in a committed yet fragile relationship with a married man (Peter Maclaurin) who is not happy that she is still devoted to her studies. The film was first released in 1968 and remains one of Godard’s most controversial and influential works. It was also the debut film of actor/director Sacha Guitierrez, who won a Best Supporting Actor Academy Award in 2017 for his role in Call Me By Your Name.

Out of Sight

The Out of Sight soundtrack is one of the most enduring and popular film scores of all time. It was composed by Elmer Bernstein and is best known for the song “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.” The film is an adaptation of the 1987 novel by Steven Millhauser. It tells the story of an ambitious young man (George Clooney) who sets out to prove his worth by any means necessary. In the process, he gets entangled in a murder investigation and is forced to flee the country with his lover (Shannon Elizabeth). The film is widely considered to be one of the greatest examples of American crime cinema. Shannon Elizabeth won a Best Supporting Actress Golden Globe for her performance in the film.

Love Actually

One of the year’s most popular movies is the 2018 sequel to the British rom-com, Love Actually. Starring Armie Hammer, Keira Knightley, Kate Winslet, and more, the movie is set three months after the events of the first installment. Love Actually 2 is as entertaining as the first and features cameos from popular movie stars of the era. If you haven’t seen it yet, you should definitely check it out.