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I often come across conversations on Twitter about Robert, some I ignore, some I agree with silent, but this one made my day on Saturday morning. THE LOST CITY OF Z: Started off this week with some lovely words spoken about Robert from James Gray & Charlie Hunnam. Some French reviews were still petering through and with the UK release on Friday, the reviews post has been updated. Another week and more film festivals – Athens with a screening date to be confirmed, Palm Springs will host a members screening in April, Minneapolis St Paul FF confirmed that the film open the festival and it looks like Dubai Intl Film Festival will also screen, more to follow. Another week another new still of Henry Costin. The UK are lucky they can win that signed poster *notenviousrepeatnotenvious*. THE CHILDHOOD OF A LEADER: Japan will release their DVD & Bluray in May. Ireland will have a special screening in April and the film will also compete at the Titanic Intl Film Fest. GOOD TIME: Cannes …. *onmykneespraying* DIOR: *clapshands* new Dior shoot and campaign. Thanks Uncle Karl. QUEEN OF THE DESERT: Really happy that the US is finally going to see this film. IN OTHER NEWS: Robert is so good in supporting charities – this time you can bid for a signed t-shirt to raise funds for prostate cancer, which as you may recall he has supported in the past. Charlie Hunnam thought Robert didn’t like him, but actually shone a light on how focused Robert is when shooting a film. The Telegraph UK did a great interview with James Gray – it’s definitely a fab read, but for those who might not want spoilers the only comment about Robert is in regard to filming “Rob [Pattinson] sort of kept to himself and did the best he could.” Nice tie in with Charlie’s paranoia – see Robert didn’t talk to anyone (see comment above re his focus when filming). COMING UP NEXT WEEK: The theatrical release of The Lost City of Z in Austria and Germany; screening at Atlanta and Fontenay Le Compte film festivals. See you next week – can’t wait to see what’s going to be shared.
Robert Pattinson The Lost City of Z in Thai Cinemas from 25 May 2017
We posted earlier that The Lost City of Z is scheduled for release in Thailand in June 2017 with a date to be confirmed, according to the distributor IPA. However, Major Cineplex is listing the release date as 25 May 2017. I will keep an eye on this to see which turns out to be the correct date.
See Robert Pattinson as T E Lawrence in Queen of the Desert in selected US cinemas and VOD from 14 April 2017
I know I’m in the minority but I really liked Queen of the Desert. I know I’ve mentioned it before but if you don’t treat this film as a pure historical biopic and realise how tongue in cheek it is at some points, then you should enjoy it. The best review for me (and I’m not being biased) is Jess Ellicott’s from 4:3. I went into the film with this in mind and am pretty sure it’s why I didn’t walk out disappointed. In any event, IFC Films are preparing for it’s limited cinema and VOD release on 14 April 2017. Here’s the official US trailer. Don’t forget to bookmark IFC Film’s Queen of the Desert page which should update you about where you can watch the film in cinemas or on VOD.