High Life

Robert Pattinson and Mia Goth are working on a new movie together and it looks like they’re getting to know each other off-set as well! The 31-year-old actor and the 23-year-old actress were spotted sight-seeing on Tuesday (August 22) in Cologne, Germany.

Nearly two years after the project was announced, Rob and Mia are finally getting to work on their upcoming movie High Life. The film is “about a group of criminals who accept a mission in space to become the subjects of a human reproduction experiment. They find themselves in the most unimaginable situation after a storm of cosmic rays hit the ship,” according to Deadline.

High Life

Sci-fi thriller “High Life,” starring Robert Pattinson, Patricia Arquette and Mia Goth, has received financing from Andrew Lauren Productions and is set to go into production in the spring of 2017.

The company announced at the American Film Market that it has partnered with Alcatraz Films, Pandora Film Produktion, the Apocalypse Films, and Madants to produce and finance “High Life,” the English-language debut of French filmmaker Claire Denis. The film is now fully financed with Wild Bunch handling international sales.

The film centers on convicts who trade in their jail time by agreeing to crew a dangerous mission to a black hole, set on an intergalactic ship.

High Life Interview Video

Mia Goth talks to HeyYouGuys at the 2015 British Independent Film Awards…

High Life Movie News

Big News for Mia! High Life is a science fiction movie, with a script by Claire Denis, acclaimed novelist Zadie Smith, and Nick Laird, and it already has Robert Pattinson set to star, and now Mia is joining him and Patricia Arquette as the lead female in the movie.

According to Screen Daily and Deadline, the story will revolve around a group of skilled criminals who trade in facing jail time and capital punishment for agreeing to participate in a likely fatal government space mission where they will be tasked with finding alternate energy sources, and will be part of human reproduction experiments. Holy bonkers.

Production on “High Life” begins in early 2016, and we’d wager a Cannes bow in 2017 is probably likely!