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Oh this is going to make so many people not happy. I received my eOne “Dispatch” today and apparently:
“In Cinemas November 20
Map to the Stars
Sydney and Melbourne subscribers, Maps to the Stars is getting an exclusive release in your city on November 20. From the brilliant mind of David Cronenberg comes this fantastically disturbing Hollywood satire. Following its debut at the Cannes Film Festival, The Telegraph UK gave the film a full 5 star review calling it “a nightmare you don’t want to wake from.” The Guardian was equally entranced and gave the film 4 stars, calling it “twisted, twisty, gripping” and “positively vivisectional.”
Cronenberg enlists a star-studded cast to portray his darkly comic Tinseltown tragics in Maps to the Stars, including Julianne Moore, John Cusack, Mia Wasikowska and Robert Pattinson. Moore won Best Actress at the Cannes Film Festival for her role as Havana, a washed-up movie star desperate to get her career back on track. Australia’s Wasikowska stars as Agatha, a mysterious young woman with a dark past who returns to LA and becomes Havana’s PA – a.k.a. “chore whore.” She is also the estranged daughter of Stafford Weiss (John Cusack), famed self-help therapist to the stars, and Cristina Weiss (Olivia Williams), who sees to the every need of their son Benjie (Evan Bird), a tween star fresh out of rehab at the tender age of 13.” [my emphasis]
Whether this means it’s coming to Sydney/Melbourne first or whether it means it’s only coming to Sydney/Melbourne – I’m still waiting on confirmation.
So many epic Rob & Guy moments we were treated to during The Rover, both onscreen & during promo – I LOVE them together. Have compiled a few (OK, more than a few *giggles*) of my most favourite moments
I know I’ve posted the excerpts about The Rover from this article before, but I like that Rob also talks about being a fan of Werner Herzog. Anyway, I’m pretty sure you all don’t mind seeing this again if we had. From The Northern Echo:
“Next up for the actor is the Werner Herzog film Queen Of The Desert, a biopic of the British explorer, archaeologist and writer Gertrude Bell, who was born in Washington, Tyne and Wear, and whose father was three times mayor of Middlesbrough.
Pattinson, who plays Lawrence of Arabia in the film, says landing the role was “just crazy”.
“I’ve been a fan of Herzog since I was 16. I met him for that job three years ago; I thought it was never going to happen and when it finally did, it was amazing. Riding around Morocco on a camel, it was pretty great.”