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Respecting Rob because actions speak louder than words.
What we’ve not so patiently been waiting for: Rob’s new photoshoot and interview with Esquire Magazine (U.K.). He talks with journalist Sanjiv Bhattacharya about ‘The Rover’, ‘Maps to the Stars’, upcoming projects, his decision to make L.A. his home, and much more. The interview and photoshoot are featured in the September issue.
He’s the 28-year-old British actor who has survived trial by fire – the Twilight phenomenon, tabloid hysteria – to become one of our most promising leading men. Over the next few months, you’ll see him deliver top-drawer performances in movies by David Cronenberg, Werner Herzog and Anton Corbijn. First, The Rover, this summer’s must-see film. To celebrate, Esquire’s man in LA invited September’s cover star over for beers and a barbecue
He doesn’t seem the nervous type, Robert Pattinson. He always looks so calm, in the face of all those screaming girls. But there are times when he gets very anxious indeed, and the heart quickens and the behaviour changes. And when he does, he lies, he just makes stuff up. Or at least that’s what he told US late-night chat-show host Jimmy Kimmel recently, when he was a guest on the show to promote his latest movie, The Rover.
Given that he was clearly quite nervous for the interview itself, perhaps he was lying all along, which would mean he wasn’t, which would mean he was and so on forever. But then he proved it. As he squirmed and fidgeted in his seat, he told Kimmel, apropos of nothing, that he had “extraordinarily heavy saliva”, which was why he couldn’t spit very far, no more than a foot. He also said that he quite enjoyed being spat on in an erotic way. The audience loved it, and it was quite funny. But it was also quite weird.
The July edition of ‘American Cinematographer’ magazine features a fabulous nine-page spread on ‘The Rover’, as Argentinian director of photography Natasha Braier gives us a behind-the-scenes look at the film.
I don’t think there’s much in here that hasn’t already been said, but it’s David on the cover and he talks Rob so …
By the way – it’s still under construction, but you might have noticed our new sister site on the sidebar “Michôd’s Kingdom“. We’ve starting posting in time for the LA premiere tomorrow, so if you want to follow David’s career just bookmark the site and follow us on Twitter @MichôdsKingdom. It’s a slow process but I’m hoping most of the site will be up by the weekend *wishfulthinkingmaybe*