November 7th, 2013 / 8 Comments


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I think I’m in love with Josh Ralske.  His Movie Casting News at TWC Central is one of the best things I’ve read today:

“Pattinson Continues His Run

Speaking of impressive runs, Robert Pattinson‘s (don’t call him “R-Patz” or his legions of fans get very irritated) post-Twilight career could have been the usual case of diminishing returns after a global box office phenomenon, but the talented actor continues to make shrewd choices, working with one top-notch director after another. He’s made Cosmopolis and the upcoming Maps to the Stars with David Cronenberg, The Rover with Aussie tyro David Michod, he’s got projects lined up with Werner Herzog (Queen of the Desert) and Man on Wire director James Marsh (Hold On to Me), and now he’s set to co-star with fellow Brit rising star Benedict Cumberbatch in James Gray‘s The Lost City of Z, based on David Grann‘s highly acclaimed book about British explorer Percy Fawcett. Brad Pitt is a producer on the film. It’s not yet clear what role Pattinson will play, but it’s abundantly clear at this stage that the actor knows what he’s doing.”

 Thanks @Sallyvg for bringing this to my attention.

  • Vertigo
    Posted on November 07, 2013

    Josh just made my Christmas list.

    Thanks for this article Maria.

  • Ephie
    Posted on November 07, 2013

    Music to my ears. Absolutely 100% spot on. The best thing I’ve read in a while. Thanks for finding it and sharing with us Maria. xx

  • Carmel
    Posted on November 07, 2013

    I love it now that the serious journalists are sitting up and paying attention. Not just for Rob but for purely selfish reasons. Hopefully we will get more of these wonderful Josh articles and less of the drivel

    It looks like the fans have done some good if the message is finally getting heard ‘don’t call him “R-Patz” or his legions of fans get very irritated’ – Thanks for spreading the word, Josh

  • Trish
    Posted on November 08, 2013

    Nice one, Josh. These positive comments are lovely to read. I know we love Rob to distraction, but we’re not deluded about his amazing talent, and it’s great that intelligent journalists are coming around to seeing him as more than just a pretty face made successful by a giant movie franchise. Thank goodness for brilliant movie directors like Cronenberg and Michod who see it too. Onward and upward!

  • Lynda
    Posted on November 08, 2013

    Wow wow so happy 😀 And so much to look for 😀 Thanks for posting.

  • Michelle
    Posted on November 08, 2013

    “The talented actor”, “it’s abundantly clear at this stage that the actor knows what he’s doing” – Josh you are a very very smart man!! What a fantastic article, LOVE. Thanks so much for sharing with us Maria 😀

  • lise-lou
    Posted on November 08, 2013

    Bloody awesome! I am twirling in my lounge room! Love love love that gif too 🙂

  • Bee Kaye
    Posted on November 09, 2013

    Good press – Rob, you deserve this recognition, and I am so looking forward to your future films on the big screen. Love the gif Maria – thank you.

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