Robert Pattinson has perhaps the brightest acting future of all of the Twilight stars as he already has a host of projects lined up.
This week sees him return to the role of Edward Cullen in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 for the final time as the franchise comes to a close.
The movie brings to a close a four year journey for the actor that has seen him become one of Hollywood's biggest names.
2012 has been a great year for Pattinson as he has enjoyed movie success away from Twilight with roles on Bel Ami and Cosmopolis.
Cosmopolis was a movie and a performance that particularly made people sit up and take note as he teamed up with director David Cronenberg.
And he has a whole host of movies to begin working on next year after he has said goodbye to Edward Cullen and the Twilight Saga.
Hold To Me is just one of the projects on the horizon as the actor is set to team up with Oscar nominated actress Carey Mulligan and director James Marsh.
Queen of the Desert is one of more high profile movies for Pattinson as he will work with another fantastic director in the form of Werner Herzog.
Herzog has also penned the script for the movie will chronicle the life of Gertrude Bell, played by Naomi Watts.
Pattinson is set to reunite with director David Cronenberg for Maps to the Stars, and it was announced last week that Oscar winner Rachel Weisz was also aboard the project.
The movie is a complex look at Hollywood and what it reveals about Western culture.
Pattinson looks set to cap off 2012 with the monster success of Breaking Dawn - Part 2 and he has a whole host of projects in the pipeline that look set to show off another side of him as an actor.
For a little while he is set to turn his back on blockbuster movies and tackle projects and characters that he can really get his teeth into.
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 is released 16th November
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