Well, this isn't something you see every day: Robert Pattinson with a bunch of cows. And no, it wasn't just an awesome coincidence that the star was hanging out with some bovines.
The British hunk was photographed filming his latest flick Life just outside of Toronto on Wednesday with special animal extras.
A grinning Pattinson was prepared to "mooo"ve the cattle with the help of a rope in the frigid temperatures. The Twilight star was sporting an extra warm green jacket, yellow gloves, snow boots and a beanie.
A source reveals to E! News that the 27-year-old actor was "very happy" on location at the farm and was "laughing and joking around" with everybody on set. When it was time to step in front of the camera with the cows, Pattinson fell over several times in the snow.
Aside from the falls and the freezing weather, Pattinson had a "great time" shooting this particular scene. And that's pretty evident judging by his huge smile.
Pattinson was also recently spotted with some darker locks for his role as Life magazine photographer Dennis Stock.
The Anton Corbijn-directed film centers on the real-life friendship between James Dean (Dane Dehaan) and Stock and follows their personal journey as they travel together from Los Angeles to New York to Indiana after the young photographer receives the assignment to shoot the legendary actor.
—Additional reporting by Michelle Falls