Zoe Kravitz has been on fire lately, starring in "Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindlewald" and "Big Little Lies". She's now working on many projects, some of them already completed, and fans are dying to see new content.
Of course, this indie sweetheart picks her projects carefully, and it's sure that they'll all be hits. Daughter of Lenny Kravitz and Lisa Bonet, she was bound to be supremely talented. If these projects indicate anything it's that 2020 will be amazing for her career.
The highly anticipated new adaption of DC's "The Batman" will have Kravitz play Selina Kyle a.k.a. Catwoman. Originally, Kravitz auditioned for Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight Returns" but was told she was "too urban" for Catwoman.
Now with Matt Reeves directing, this adaption will also star another indie darling, Robert Pattinson, as Bruce Wayne a.k.a. Batman. So far, all fans know is that Kravitz has tried on the suit and says the screenplay is "grounded and deep". Audiences can't wait to see her as a femme fatale.
In the upcoming Hulu original, "High Fidelity" follows Kravitz as the owner of a record shop in freshly gentrified Crown Heights. Through music and pop culture, Kravitz must relive her past relationships and understand why they've all fallen apart.
Based on the novel by Nick Hornby -already made a film in 2000 with John Cusack- this tale goes deep in heartbreak. Kravitz herself has the badass, haunted by past loves act down, so it's exciting to see her in this role.
Viena and the Fantomes
Directed by Gerardo Naranjo, Kravitz plays a band manager alongside Dakota Fanning. Fanning plays Viena in "Viena and the Fantomes" a young girl traveling with a post punk band in the American West. When the band hits new heights, Vienna gets caught up in a love triangle.
Set in the 1980s, this film's gonna have sex, drugs, and rock and roll. With all those musical influences, this will be in Kravitz's wheelhouse, what with her growing up with a rock legend.
Big Little Lies
Season 2 recently came out, but "Big Little Lies" fans are dying to know when season three will come out. Especially since the ending of the past season focused on Kravitz's character and her guilt overpowering everyone's decisions.
Some might say this past season gave Kravitz's character a throwaway "magical POC" arc with harmful stereotypes. Hopefully, the next season will utilize Kravitz's talent to give that character more depth. Either way, the show has a loyal following, and will love to see her onscreen again.