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How epic was 2014. I’ll get that elephant out of the room straight away and admit I’m still gutted by what happened to Idol’s Eye, but onwards and upwards right. Let’s not let it spoil what was a phenomenal year for Rob. It started off with a glimpse of Rob in Morocco for Queen of the Desert and it ended with Rob earning a Best Supporting Actor nomination at the 4th AACTA Awards. Did I say EPIC. In between all of that we had Rob on the set of LIFE. I’d say I’m most looking forward to that film, but after seeing a glimpse of Rob in Maps to the Stars I’m just looking forward to all of his films whether the role is small or large. Robert’s portrayal in The Rover I’m going to have to steal one of Vertigo’s favourite words “BOOMBAH”. Yep I ended the 2013 Year That Was with me buying more ovens to bake those humble pies and I was right. Some people took off their blinkers and actually admitted that Rob was good – real good in that film. So many people I know that saw the film and raved about his performance and when I say people I’m talking about new fanboys for Rob. How about those photoshoots we were treated to – I can’t really claim a favourite – The Hollywood Reporter *fansself*, the classy shoots of Simon Emmett for Esquire. That unknown shoot – c’mon whoever is holding onto more of those outtakes is just cruel. Then we have the portraits from Cannes, the premieres we had in Sydney, LA and the UK. And speaking of premieres. The Sydney premiere of The Rover was beyond our wildest expectations. I feel like I’m harping on about it all the time, but it really was one of those times when all the ducks lined up. I know we are forever thanking Rob about introducing us to new things, but I don’t think Vertigo and I realised how monumental it was meeting David Michôd in January 2014. I love that man almost as much as I love Rob. Hmm maybe the same seeing as we built a website for him. He is one of the most genuine people you will meet. Oh sorry got sidetracked. Let’s get back to celebrating Rob in 2014. May brought us not only Rob’s birthday but the King of Cannes. Two movies premiering. Two red carpets and photocalls. 1000s of photos that I’m still finding new ones I didn’t notice. May also brought Benedict Cumberbatch to Vertigo and myself. I tell you Benedict made my heart sink with the comment about LCoZ “Just because Rob’s agreed to do it doesn’t mean he will do it”. *gulps* I think looking back it was because schedules weren’t lining up at that time. After all Bene did say they were filming in June/July. Then came the maybe not so unexpected – Rob coming to Sydney for The Rover premiere. Let me just also share some love here with Roadshow and Porchlight Films. They treated us so well I want to promote every film they are involved with. And the way they treated and love Rob – I hope it’s the beginning of a long relationship between Rob and Australia. The LA premiere gave us some epic moments during interviews – who can forget the thick saliva at Jimmy Kimmel, the photo of Rob in the Seth Meyers’ green room and Rob’s reaction to Guy Pearce wanting to sing a duet. Then Jules had her moment with the UK promo tour for The Rover in August. I’m so happy Jules finally saw her muse in person. Like all who have seen or met Rob he is truly beautiful up close. I kind of missed the Maps to the Stars premiere at the Toronto Film Festival in September . I was on a flight to New York when that all happened. Thanks to Michelle, Vertigo, Suze and Jules for posting all the epicness and I guess being away for 2 weeks really gave me the inspiration for RPAU Week in Review. And let me just sidetrack for a second for those interested in what is happening with Nick Osborne and the final book in his trilogy. Nick took us to Soho House for a drink (what an amazing place) and the book will hopefully be released February/March 2015 – he’s been busy with other projects he’s producing but it’s coming! Back to Rob. The Go Go Auction and the Hollywood Film Awards really set the cat amongst the pigeons with Rob’s new hairdo. Hahaha I love this man. I’ve been saying for years he marches to his own beat and that is what I love about him. We had a tease that the Queen of the Desert trailer is coming soon and that it looks like we won’t see LIFE in the cinemas until September 2015, but what 2014 taught me is that – if we are going to see any of these films at Cannes they are keeping those cards very very close to their chests with good reason. We ended the year with a very limited release of Maps to the Stars in Australia and by limited I mean 2 cinemas. What an amazing film. Hopefully Rob’s filming The Childhood of A Leader in Budapest some time in January/February and fingers crossed everything lines up for Lost City of Z because I cannot wait for a promo tour of Rob and Benedict Cumberbatch. I’m also looking forward to whatever Rob is bringing our way in 2015 – more Dior perhaps? Or music – wait how did I forget to mention the those chords that were sampled on Death Grip’s “Birds”. More music please Rob. I feel that 2015 will be a pivotal year for Rob and his career. Happy New Year everyone. Thanks for all your support for RPAU and we promise not to go anywhere as long as Rob keeps providing us with movies, appearances and interviews that we have to report on. Wait … I almost forget to thank Zac Efron for giving us the most epic moment of the year – Rob’s participation in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. 2014 is going to be a hard one to beat but I’m going to throw that challenge out – so over to you Rob! Rob I wish you the most amazing 2015 because you deserve it all.