May 21st, 2014 / 2 Comments

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And thanks to Google translate (or maybe not):

“Western end of the world , “The Rover ” (” rover “) , screened out of competition , takes place in the Australian bush. The film caused a sensation at Cannes , thanks to its Hollywood cast : Guy Pearce (” LA Confidential “) and Robert Pattinson , star of ” Twilight ,” who play lawless men struggling to survive.   Yesterday we met with the former partner of Kristen Stewart, 28, who is in Cannes also for ” Map to the Stars ,” the film by Canadian David Cronenberg .

We did not expect you in ” The Rover ” ( Release June 4 ) , this road trip violent Australian director David Michôd …

ROBERT PATTINSON . Me neither … Since I finished the “Twilight” saga, I ‘m very lucky . You can not imagine how many interesting scenarios I get, like “The Rover .” I loved ” Animal Kingdom “, the last film by David Michôd . So when I was offered the character of Rey , the young American severely wounded and abandoned in the desert , which is faced with a bitter and withdrawn Australian farmer plays Guy Pearce, I rushed in adventure . This is a face- to-face ruthless !

The filming was difficult in the Australian bush ?
Formidable on the contrary! We spent seven weeks in beautiful areas , wild , remote from civilization. It was nine -hour drive from Adelaide. Us without laptop without tv etc. . And without the paparazzi ! It was another life, in the depths of the desert. This inhuman atmosphere is felt throughout the movie, this feeling of doom in the “Mad Max” .

You are also at Cannes with ” Map to the Stars ” …
I think I had all Cronenberg’s films if he asked me . Two years after ” Cosmopolis ” where my character lived permanently in his big limousine , it amused me that tells me the role of a driver stars in Hollywood. This is a secondary role , but oh so important to the side of the great Julianne Moore.

For an actor of your stature , Hollywood, what does that mean ?
A sort of bonfire of vanities. A fierce hard place , full of money , where ego and jealousy are terribly exacerbated. Where everyone wants to be famous at any cost. It’s very, very hard to live there. Especially, if you do not have a serious professional environment and real friends to keep you from all temptations . Me, I ‘m doing fine . I managed to live my life and fame. Probably because I know the dangers and pitfalls …

“Twilight” is well and truly over …
Ah yes ! It is well and truly over ! I’m too old now to play the undead! There are so many directors with whom I really want to work .

Which ?
Brady Corbet , a young director who will lead me into ” The Childhood of a Leader ,” Harmony Korine (” Spring Breakers “) soon. And the French Olivier Assayas for a gangster movie that I set at the end of the year in the United States. I also hope one day Quentin Tarantino …

Oh it really looks like Rob might be doing Hubris which we posted about here


Hahaha I love Google translate just for the laughs.  Will hopefully update with better translation

  • Carmel
    Posted on May 21, 2014

    HeHeHe – Lets just stick with this googlish and fill in the blanks ourselves. That was priceless

  • Carmel
    Posted on May 21, 2014

    Oh No. Let’s just keep this googlish version. I am sure we all know enough to fill in the blanks

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