'Swept the Oscars in 2020': Robert Pattinson joins forces with Bong Joon-ho for new sci-fi thriller!

    Pattinson, famed for Twilight, joins the legendary Parasite director, Bong Joon-ho, for a sci-fi film set in the icy world of Niflheim.

    <p>Robert Pattinson (Source: Elle)</p>

    Robert Pattinson (Source: Elle)

    The Tinseltown grapevine was abuzz when Robert Pattinson, the brooding star renowned for his roles in the 'Twilight' saga and 'Harry Potter,' decided to step back into the sci-fi realm. This time, as reported by The Guardian, Pattinson is joining hands with none other than the mastermind behind the Oscar-sweeping 'Parasite,' Bong Joon-ho.

    Robert Pattinson (Source: Pxfuel)

    Vampire to Sci-fi Virtuoso?

    A tantalizing spectacle awaits fans, as Pattinson gears up for a cinematic ride set in the cold, desolate realm of Niflheim. While he has taken on less mainstream, yet critically acclaimed roles such as Robert Eggers’ 'The Lighthouse,' the Safdie brothers’ 'Good Time,' and Claire Denis’ 'High Life' (a journey set in the vast expanse of space), this collaboration promises to be a magnum opus.

    From Parasite's Triumph to Niflheim's Mysteries

    Bong Joon-ho's directorial prowess has been celebrated across borders. With 'Parasite' becoming "the highest grossing South Korean film ever" and the first non-English movie to clinch the title of Best Picture at the Oscars, his collaboration with Pattinson is the chatter of Hollywood. The movie, an adaptation of Edward Ashton’s novel, 'Mickey7,' sketches the tale of an expendable employee tasked with colonizing the frosty terrains of Niflheim. Drama unfolds when he seeks to thwart his successor clone, Mickey 8, from superseding him.

    Robert Pattinson (Source: Marca.com)

    This movie marquee doesn't end with Bong’s magic touch alone. Warner Bros, the cinematic powerhouse behind Pattinson’s highly-anticipated 'The Batman,' will be producing this galactic venture.

    WarnerMedia isn't just stopping at the big screen. They've also collaborated with Bong for an HBO limited series inspired by 'Parasite,' showrun by the adept Adam McKay, the genius behind 'Don’t Look Up'.

    It’s thrilling to reminisce about how Pattinson, who once dazzled fans as the enigmatic vampire Edward Cullen, is now venturing deep into the universe, challenging the constructs of mainstream cinema. His evolution from teen heartthrob to a versatile artist has been truly mesmerizing.

    In the world of cinema, where predictable is passé, the Pattinson-Bong union is touted to be the harbinger of avant-garde cinema. If history has taught us anything, it's that when stalwarts like these come together, celluloid magic is inevitable.

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