Robert Pattinson tries to keep low profile in baseball cap and sunglasses in LA... as Zoe Kravitz is cast as Catwoman in his flick The Batman
He is set to star as Bruce Wayne/Batman in a trilogy of new films that will put more of an emphasis on the Caped Crusader's investigative skills
The British-born star looked like he was trying to keep a low profile when he left the building and headed to his limousine.
The solo outing came amid the news that Zoe Kravitz had been cast as The Catwoman in his upcoming superhero flick.
Incognito: Robert Pattinson, 33, looked to be all business after leaving a meeting at a hotel in Los Angeles on Monday
Stunning: The solo outing came amid the news that Zoe Kravitz had been cast as The Catwoman in his upcoming superhero flick.
Opting for casual-cool, Pattinson wore denim blue jeans, a blue button-down checkered shirt over a black tee and black sneakers.
Hoping to not draw too much attention, he wore a black baseball cap over his short brown locks and a pair of dark sunglasses.
He also had a black back-pack over his shoulders and carried a bottle of water as he greeted his driver and hopped into the car.
Down low: The Twilight star tried to keep a low profile in a baseball cap and sunglasses
The former Twilight star, 33, reportedly beat out Nicholas Hoult for the lead role of Batman for the upcoming movies.
Also on Monday, it was revealed that Big Little Lies star Zoe Kravtiz landed the coveted role of Catwoman, which has been played in the past by Julie Newmar, Eartha Kitt, Halle Berry and Michelle Pfeiffer.
Pre-production on The Batman begins in the summer of 2020, although there's no official start date yet for filming.
In demand: Pattison has a number of new films slated to be released in 2019 and 2020
The superhero movie, which is being directed by Matt Reeves, is scheduled to hit theaters June 25, 2021.
It is truly a busy time for Pattinson right now: along with his preps for Batman, the actor has also been out promoting two new films, The King and Waiting For The Barbarians, as well as the upcoming horror black-and-white, The Lighthouse.
He also has two other new films in production right now: Tenet and The Devil All The Time.
Mega-stardom: The British-born actor is best known for the Twilight franchise films