Robert Pattinson is about to take to outer space for his next film, “High Life.” And after the movie hits theaters on April 5, fans of the former “Twilight” star can expect several other projects from the 32-year-old in the near future.

Pattinson currently has not one, but three films in post-production, all of which are slated for 2019 debuts despite not having confirmed release dates. In the black-and-white movie “The Lighthouse,” Pattinson acts opposite Willem DaFoe, which follows an aging lighthouse keeper in 20th century, Maine.

According to the actor, the fantasy/horror project was “torture“ to film. “That’s the closest I’ve come to punching a director,” Pattinson told Interview Magazine of director Robert Eggers.

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The British native will also be acting in the drama “Waiting For The Barbarians,” which is based on J.M. Coetzee’s novel of the same name. Johnny Depp also acts in the film and serves as a co-producer.

Netflix subscribers can also expect to see Pattinson on the streaming platform this year with the release of “The King.” Pattinson portrays the villainous Dauphin of France in the feature, which co-stars Timothee Chalamet as King Henry V.

Pattinson is said to be currently filming “The Devil All The Time.” The thriller is slated for a 2020 release with a cast that includes dozens of A-listers from Pattinson’s frequent collaborator Mia Wasikowska to actors Bill Skarsgård, Tom Holland, and Sebastian Stan. The movie is based on Donald Ray Pollock’s 2011 novel and follows a cast of characters through the span of several years.

It was revealed in March that Pattinson had signed onto an untitled action film by Christopher Nolan. Elizabeth Debicki and John David Washington are also set to star. Warner Bros. is eyeing a July 17, 2020 release, according to Vulture.

Finally, Pattinson is also in production on “The Souvenir: Part II.”

robert pattinson Actor Robert Pattinson will star in several movies this year. He is pictured arriving at the Marrakech International Film festival on Nov. 30, 2018 in Marrakesh. Photo: FADEL SENNA/AFP/Getty Images