Big-screen superheroes Robert Downey Jr. and Robert Pattinson are teaming up for Don't Look Up director Adam McKay's new movie.
McKay's script is a tongue-in-cheek story about a serial killer who manipulates politicians and lobbyists in order to pass laws making it easier for them to rack up their body count.
While no studio is attached to the project yet, The Hollywood Reporter speculates that it could end up at Netflix like McKay's Oscar-nominated comedy Don't Look Up.
Production on Average Height, Average Build is scheduled to take place this summer in Boston.
The Marvel actor has also recently debuted a completely new look while filming Christopher Nolan's Oppenheimer, alongside Cillian Murphy as the real World War II-era theoretical physicist of the same name.
Downey Jr is playing former UN Atomic Energy chairman Lewis Strauss, alongside a stellar cast that also includes Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Florence Pugh, Rami Malek and Gary Oldman. Oppenheimer opens this summer at cinemas worldwide.
The Batman is available to buy now on 4K Blu-ray, standard Blu-ray and DVD.
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