If you’re a fan of the Hollywood starlet, you’ll be happy to know that she’s finally given into temptation and dipped her toe in the adult film waters. While she’s previously worked with directors such as Steven Spielberg and Woody Allen, BFF Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s recent divorce, and acted in a couple of Shakespearean plays, this is her first foray into the world of hardcore porn. What’s more is that she’s teamed up with one of Hollywood’s most celebrated and successful directors, Robert Pattinson, whose films include Good Will Hunting, Twilight, and the upcoming The Rover.

But what’s the best way to watch this sexy beauty get filthy on camera? As a dedicated Batman fan, it’s obvious that you’ll want to catch this new addition to the cinematic world in the flesh, and on the big screen. Thankfully, there are several options, be it from Netflix or HBO Go, which you can use to watch and download all of her movies. From the gritty realism of her performance as a detective in the Netflix series, The Dark Crystal, to the steamy love scenes in the newest Twilight movie, New Moon, these are the best places to start if you want to get your fix.

From The Dark Crystal To New Moon

In 2011, Britain’s The Guardian proclaimed that while acting may not be the female starlet’s forte, she’s certainly mastered the art of seduction. Even her more ardent fans may be surprised by how successfully she’s adopted this “bad-ass” persona, brimming with sexuality. This new series, The Dark Crystal, marks the grand return of the iconic fashionista as she takes on the varsity jacket and explores new facets of her creative genius.

For those of you who have yet to experience Pattinson’s films, I’d recommend starting with the director’s earlier ventures, the Twilight movies. Even if you’ve seen the comedies and dramas, it’s worth a trip back in time to relive one of the most popular vampire sagas ever. From the breathtaking opening scene, in which Pattinson’s Edward Cullen pursues a reluctant Bella Swan across a snow-covered city, to the film’s bloody climax, in which Bella’s sister, Renee, is turned into a creature of the night, you’ll be able to tell that this is a director with a distinct artistic flair. While the Twilight saga may have started as a lightweight romance, it’s developed into something much more substantial. And what an accomplishment that must be, for a series that started as a fun diversion and grew into a globally popular phenomenon.

New Moon was the last movie in the Twilight series. Though it wasn’t nearly as successful as its predecessor, it still managed to gross over a billion dollars at the box office, proving that there’s an audience for this kind of thing. Even with the world’s most famous vampire couple, Bella and Edward, falling in and out of love, it seems as if there’s always a hot-blooded male around to fuel her endless carnal desires. What’s more is that Bella’s ability to seduce men with her beguiling smile and saucy comebacks has been adopted by other characters in the series, which now includes a broody werewolf and a quirky alien.

From Good Will Hunting To Bad Romance

Another entry from Robert Pattinson’s directoral arsenal that you may want to check out is the 2014 film, Good Will Hunting. With an all-star cast that includes Matt Damon, Jeremy Renner, and Jennifer Lawrence, this film is arguably one of the best of the year, and certainly one of the best American films in years. With the story spanning over 30 years and focusing on the budding friendship between Will Hunting (Damon), an introvert and mathematician, and Sean Combs’ (Renner) charismatic, street-smart sociopathic cousin, Willy. As the saying goes, truth is often stranger than fiction, and Good Will Hunting is certainly an example of that. It’s a stark contrast to the world these two men grow up in, which is dominated by women. And while there are certainly similarities between these two cinematic worlds, particularly when it comes to female desire, the wayward ways of the men in these films are very different. And for good reason: the men in these films are not supposed to settle down, but rather live in the now, taking what they want, when they want it.

Skip The Bouclés And Go For The Gloves

If you’re looking to indulge in some of the most stunning visuals you’ve ever seen, you’ll want to check out what’s next on your Netflix queue. Bojack Horseman, the series that was briefly mentioned earlier, is an American sitcom about a horse-themed private detective, Jack (John Mulaney), who navigates life in Hollywood, with all its glitz and glamour. Though the Netflix series is primarily known for its surreal humor, it’s visual style and knack for satire make it a worthy, if unexpected, competitor to programs like HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm and Amazon’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.

Set in the ‘80s, during the height of the AIDS epidemic, Mr. Peanut Butter, a transgender drama chronicling the adventures of an African-American trans woman named Ruby who works as a janitor at an Ivy League school, is a dark but fascinating look at the lives of New York City’s queer underbelly. Though primarily a comedy, it’s never less than engaging, and never fails to offer something new and exciting to watch. This series put creator Lisa Joy Parker on the map, and it’s only the beginning of a prolific career. While there’s no denying that the setting of Mr. Peanut Butter is bleak, and the subject matter, grim, there is also something romantic and awe-inspiring about witnessing the dawn of a new era, no matter the cost. In the year 2022 alone, Joy Parker will have directed two feature-length films, and will likely continue to work at a frenzied pace.

From The Rover To Pattinson’s Twilight Saga

Speaking of frenzied pace, let’s not forget about the latest addition to the Twilight saga, due for release in 2022. Pattinson is making his directorial debut with the film, The Rover, which follows a man (Guy Pearce) as he ekes out a living as a dog-catcher in London. Though the script is based on a novel by Stephen King, it’s a far cry from anything the author has ever written. The film’s producer Jason Netwon has described the project as “an epic, character-driven drama about a man’s search for redemption.” While the trailer doesn’t offer much in the way of plot or character development, it at least features some spectacular set pieces, and some incredibly realistic dog action. While you may not need more than a day of binge-watching to catch up on the Twilight series, it’s still worth a trip to London to check out what Pattinson has up his sleeve. As mentioned before, this is a rare opportunity to follow the director’s earlier endeavors, as The Rover will be the first feature-length film he’s ever directed. And while there are certainly similarities between these two cinematic worlds, particularly when it comes to female desire, the wayward ways of the men in these films are very different. And for good reason: the men in these films are not supposed to settle down, but rather live in the now, taking what they want, when they want it.