For those of you who have been living under a rock, you probably don’t know who Robert Pattinson is. If you want to be the best version of yourself, you need to keep up with the latest news stories about the famous British actor.

Since starring in the film adaptation of Twilight, Robert has had a roller-coaster ride of a career. Although he’s enjoyed success, he’s also endured a lot of criticism from people who feel that he’s not committed enough to the role of Edward Cullen. Still, he’s persevered and recently starred in The Nun, which was a commercial and critical success.

While some may argue that Robert’s recent films have been less groundbreaking than his earlier roles, they’ve still been enough to earn him millions of fans. In this article, we’ll discuss some of the most recent updates on Robert Pattinson’s career and life.

Robert Pattinson In Talks To Star In 2021 Remake Of French Classic

While we await the release of Sting, the eagerly (and sometimes impatiently) anticipated 2021 movie from English director Michael Cumming, the cast has already been announced for the upcoming remake of Le Ciel Est Au Pied de Nez (The Skies Are At The Window).

Casting for the role of Robert Pattinson has been underway for months now, and while the part is not yet officially closed (the filmmakers are still looking for a few final actors to round out the cast), it’s been a competitive process.

We don’t yet know much about the remake, apart from the fact that it will be set in the French countryside and will be released in April 2021. What is certain is that Michael Cumming will direct and that the film will star internationally renowned French actress Audrey Tatou, alongside an English cast led by Robert Pattinson.

The French film was originally released in 1930 and won the Grand Prize at the International Film Festival in Venice. Cumming, who is known for his film The Shape Of Water, was inspired to remake the French classic after seeing it during the Venice Film Festival. While there, he fell in love with the story and decided to bring it to the big screen. He said, “I just knew that I had to make a German version first, but then I thought ‘no, no, no. This is the one.’”

What do you think? Will you be seeing this version of the classic next year?

Michael Cumming On Why He Had To Remake ‘Le Ciel Est Au Pied De Nez’ (The Skies Are At The Window)

Although he is best known for his innovative and unique films, Michael Cumming has also worked on several big budget blockbusters. In fact, he’s arguably more likely to be found behind the camera than in front of it these days. His résumé includes films such as Tropic Thunder, The Golden Compass, and the upcoming Sting, starring Robert Pattinson. But even beyond his movie work, Cumming has proven to be a committed and successful filmmaker, constantly searching for the next big project. And at the moment, he has his eyes set on a remake of French classic Le Ciel Est Au Pied De Nez (The Skies Are At The Window).

Speaking with The Independent, Cumming said, “I have always had a soft spot for that film, and it was one of the first films that I saw when I was a teenager, so it holds a special place in my heart. However, I also knew that it was incredibly difficult to find the right production company and the right talent to make that movie work nowadays.”

Cumming went on to say that he didn’t want to simply remake the film, but instead saw the potential to make it something fresh, adding, “I want to bring something new to it that will make the audience sit up and take notice. It was obvious from the very start that this was not going to be a cheap or a quick film to make. It was going to be difficult, but worth it.”

While we await the release of Sting, which is set to premiere at the Berlin Film Festival on February 8, 2021, let’s take a look at how the rest of 2021 is shaping up for Robert Pattinson.

Robert Pattinson Reportedly In Talks To Star In Upcoming Film ‘The Rover’

According to Variety, Robert Pattinson is currently in talks to star in the upcoming film The Rover. The film will be directed by Stephen Knight and will see Pattinson play a young man who sets off on a journey across Europe in search of self-rediscovery and answers.

Knight, whose previous works include the upcoming fantasy film Tinker Tailor, became interested in the project after he saw a poem Pattinson had written. As he was reading it, he felt that Knight could translate the raw emotion and loneliness of the teenage protagonist onto the big screen. He also saw a lot of himself in the young man and felt that he could connect with the audience, especially since he’s played multiple roles in earlier films and is now seen as a mature and reliable actor.

The project is still in its early stages of development, but when it does finally begin shooting, it will mark the start of a busy period for Pattinson. Not only will he be featured in the coming months as King Arthur in Gucci Quest and in the lead role of Sting, but he’s also set to star in the 2021 remake of Le Ciel Est Au Pied De Nez (The Skies Are At The Window).

Pattinson Signs On For New Marvel Comics Series

While we’re looking ahead, let’s not forget about the exciting news that Robert Pattinson has signed on to play the lead in Marvel’s upcoming comic book miniseries Rocket Raccoon. Filming for the series is set to begin in the summer of 2021.

From the comics’ inception in 1965, the comic series has starred a raccoon protagonist who is the sidekick of a sentient tree named Buck. While we often think of raccoons as being cowardly creatures who live in the shadows, the comic books reveal a more complex and interesting character. In the comics, Rocket becomes more than just a sidekick, emerging as a self-sufficient and determined hunter who’s willing to fight for what he believes in. In the latest installment of the series, the heroic and lovable raccoon will be pitted against the forces of evil in a story arc that is supposed to span 10 episodes.

Marvel confirmed that the actor had signed on to play the lead in Rocket Raccoon in a filmography update posted on the company’s website. Along with the announcement that he had joined the cast of Rocket Raccoon, the company also revealed that an animated series had been in the works for Netflix.

Netflix had previously revealed that they were developing a live-action adaptation of the popular Lost In Space alongside a Dreamworks TV series. While we may never see those projects come to fruition, Marvel’s announcement that they were moving forward with Rocket Raccoon means that we will most likely be seeing the stars of those shows during the next big tech wave.

‘Twilight’ Director Speaks Out About The Actor’s Career

Speaking with GQ, the director of Twilight and The Dark Knight trilogy, Christopher Nolan, had some critical words to say about Robert Pattinson. While he had previously praised the young actor for his work in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street, Nolan now says that he feels he was “misled” by his “immature” writing in the Sweeney Todd script, which he described as “a bit of a mish-mash.”

Nolan went on to say the following about the situation:

“They went through a really messy process to get a version of it that could be done. But it was such an unpleasant experience for me. It was done with such disrespect to the original work. It had such potential and it was such a shame. I feel really bad for Robert.”