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Respecting Rob because actions speak louder than words.
It’s Sunday and time for our RPAU Week in Review. Maps to the Stars started its limited release in Sydney and Melbourne on Thursday (20 November 2014) and shock horror, Margaret & David from ABC At The Movies, in their 3rd last show, actually gave it 3.5 and 4.0 stars respectively. eOneANZ also has a great competition to win a MTTS/Cronenberg prize pack – hope you’ve entered. Jules treated us with some of her epic edits. That girl sure has talent – just look at her little promo at the end of this post. Love it. We’ve reminisced with some hirsute Rob, vintage Rob and GoGolicious Rob. Brady Corbet gave us a little more insight into what’s happening with The Childhood of A Leader, but he is playing his cards very very close to his chest regarding Rob’s character. I had a few hunches, but I went back and revisited some of the interviews Brady’s given and realised I was so way off track. You can see some of Brady’s quotes in the comment section on the TCoAL post. It’s hopefully starting to film in January 2015. Benedict came out to play too re Lost City of Z saying that it should start filming March/April I’m guesing. 2015 doesn’t seem so far away now and we still have Life and Queen of the Desert to quench our cinematic thirsts.
I just realised November must be Rob’s own “let my hair down and do what I want month” because I had forgotten about all the fuss of his own style goatee at last year’s Go Campaign. Be you Rob always be you, that’s what we love.
This is something we’ve been talking about doing for some time. We’ve finally got our acts together and decided to unleash tonight. We know with busy lives not allof you get the opportunity to visit the site every day, so we thought we would make it easier for those of you to catch up with what’s been posted during the week, whether it be Rob’s impromptu appearances at events, filming, RPAU’s A-Z Appreciation etc etc. You get the gist. So we’ve stopped procrastinating and here’s our first week in review. We’re in the process of placing a widget on the sidebar for ease too so stay tuned. And if you miss a few weeks, don’t worry all “RPAU Week in Reviews” will be posted at our Master Posts here.