Robert Pattinson is on a roll, Twilighters. It was just announced that the beloved actor has joined director David Michod's "The Rover," also starring Guy Pearce.
While there is little known about the project, Deadline Hollywood reports the film takes place in the near future and follows a man (Pearce) who ruthlessly hunts a group of thieves through the rough Australian outback after they steal his car. Pattinson will play a thief named Reynolds. According to Variety, Michod will pen the script based on an original idea from "Animal Kingdom" star Joel Edgerton and himself. David Linde and Liz Watts are set to produce under Lava Bear Films and Porchlight Films.
The news immediately follows the announcement that Pattinson signed on for "Mission: Blacklist," the movie adaptation of Eric Maddox's book "Mission: Blacklist #1: The Inside Story of the Search for Saddam Hussein — As Told by the Soldier Who Masterminded His Capture." The actor will star as the man who led the hunt.
Both "Rover" and "Mission" are still in development, but Pattinson has a busy year ahead of him. He travels to the Cannes Film Festival to promote David Cronenberg's mind-tripping "Cosmopolis" and closes out "The Twilight Saga" as Edward Cullen one last time in "Breaking Dawn - Part 2." Also available on VOD beginning Friday is the titillating drama "Bel Ami," which opens in Los Angeles, New York and select cities June 8.
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