'Twilight' Star Robert Pattinson Was Unrecognizable In New Role In 'Good Times'

By Catherine Martin | May 31, 2017 09:49 PM EDT
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Robert Pattinson will be returning to the big screen again in the film "Good Time." The actor is barely recognizable in the movie and many believe that his performance in this project could give him an Oscar.

Fans of the "Twilight" star are used to seeing Kristen Stewart's ex at his best. However, in "Good Time," Robert Pattinson showed up with a dyed hair and bushy full beard making him almost unrecognizable, Blasting News reported. Many appreciate his new look because it was a hint that he had outgrown his infamous role in the hit vampire saga.

Robert Pattinson's "Good Time" is an official entry to the 2017 Cannes Film Festival. It is among the entries for the Palme d'Or, the highest category in the awards ceremony. The film is directed by Ben Safdie and Josh Safdie.

FKA Twigs fiancé is playing the lead role of Connie Nikas. Robert Pattinson's character is desperate to get his brother out of jail after their bank robbery heist didn't turn as planned. "Good Time" will premiere in the United States on Aug. 11.

Meanwhile, many are hopeful that "Good Time" will give Robert Pattinson his first Oscar Awards. On Friday, the "Twilight" star received a six-minute standing ovation at the Cannes Film for his role in the said film. In fact, there are speculations that he is a frontrunner for Best Actor in 2018, Daily Mail reported.

The following day, Robert Pattinson was spotted leaving the Agora Hotel with a huge smile planted on his face. He sported retro shades and scruffy hair. He wore a dark brown jacket over the top of his cool T-shirt, which he paired with jeans and brown shoes.

Do you agree that Robert Pattinson has high chances of winning an award for his role in "Good Time?" Drop a comment below.

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