Adam McKay, the director of the popular Netflix film Don’t Look Up, is set to return with a new project titled “Average Height, Average Build.”
According to Puck News, the film will star Hollywood icons Robert Downey Jr. and Robert Pattinson, known for their iconic portrayal of Iron Man and Batman, respectively.
The narrative for the new movie will be written by McKay, who has previously directed The Big Short, Vice, and Don’t Look Up.
Rumors surrounding the film’s plot suggest that it follows the story of a serial killer who enters politics to change the laws to make them more conducive to murder. Pattinson is slated to play the serial killer role, while the character of Downey Jr. remains shrouded in secrecy.
A news source also reported that more cast members will be announced in the coming weeks, with some names expected to be “stellar.”
In the meantime, fans can look forward to seeing Downey Jr. in Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer, set to release in July 2023. Downey is also in talks to star in the 1958 remake of Alfred Hitchcock’s thriller, Vertigo.
Pattinson’s most awaited release, directed by Oscar-winning filmmaker Bong Joon-Ho, Mickey 17, will be released soon. And also, Pattinson is set to reprise his role as Batman in the upcoming sequel to The Batman.