Zoe Kravitz, the protagonist of Batman, has taken the lead in a new heist thriller

Zoe Kravitz, the protagonist of Batman, has taken the lead in a new heist thriller ...

Zoe Kravitz, who plays the Batman in the upcoming heist thriller The Sundance Kid, has announced her next lead film role.

The next film, which Kravitz is also set to produce, is based on Leyna Krow''s short story of the same name, and focuses on a pair of bank-robbing twins, one with superpowers and one without.

Maggie, a twin, can use her telekinesis and super strength to assist with the heists. She serves as the narration and head of the story.

Maggie finds out how she and her sister live in the same situation when their last attempt goes wrong.

According to Deadline, there is currently no writer or director interested in the film.

Kravitz played Catwoman in Matt Reeves'' The Batman alongside Robert Pattinson in the titular role earlier this year.

The Caped Crusader himself shared that he was delighted to have Kravitz''s help during their screen test while working with Digital Spy back in February.

"I''ve known Zoe for ten or eleven years," he said. "So even on her screen test, I was still thinking, ''I could get fired at any moment,'' but simply knowing she''s not going to judge me too harshly as I discovered the character was kind of a relief. That helped."

The film KIMI, directed by Steven Soderbergh and directed and produced by David Koepp, is set during the COVID-19 epidemic.

Angela Childs, an agoraphobic young tech worker living in Seattle, was also played in the role.

The Batman''s 4K Blu-ray, the standard Blu-ray, and DVD are available to buy today. KIMI is available now on Sky Cinema in the United Kingdom and on HBO Max in the United States.