July 1st, 2015 / 2 Comments


Lots has happened.  January kicked off with Rob and The Rover being nominated for 7 AACTA Awards.  Rob didn’t win, but Vertigo and I were lucky enough to go off and cover the AACTAs from the red carpet and media room.   We caught up with David and he was still as humble as ever.  Of course The Rover was ripped off with the obviously included The Water Diviner.  Luckily though Susan Prior walked away with Best Support Actress and she had so many good things to say about Rob.   She’s gorgeous.  Then Rob and Maps to the Stars were nominated for 11 Canadian Screen Awards.  Again, no wins *grumbles*.  February brought us LIFE and Queen of the Desert world premieres at the 65th Berlinale and with that we got a new still.  Finally we saw something from LIFE.   Lost City of Z replaced Benedict Cumberbatch with Charlie Hunnam.   I’m still pinching myself about that.  February also had Rob filming The Childhood of A Leader and we got a glimpse of what Charles was going to look like when Rob turned up to Berlinale.  Beardy Rob in a film. Yes please.  We also saw a teaser trailer of Rob and Dane from LIFE.   Berlinale also brought us the announcement that Rob was joining Martin Koolhoven’s Brimstone with Mia Wasikowska and Guy Pearce.  The excitement we felt that we would see the 3 of them together.   Well we didn’t know it then, but we know it know that that excitement was shortlived.  Anyway I’m not dwelling on that.  The Trap – excited us with the announcement that Rob was in the film with Al Pacino (and for me Benecio del Toro) and we’re still sitting patiently to see if the disappearance of Rob’s name from IMDb was in fact a glitch or Rob’s no longer involved for whatever reason.  What about that secret (not so secret) photoshoot/film or whatever it is for Dior.  I keep saying it and I sound like a broken record but Dior in Australia told me there’s no new campaign with Rob scheduled for this year.  They said they would have let me know if something was happening.  Again, they do keep their cards close to their chests, but I guess we will know if that changes.  Rob surprised us by turning up to the Oscar’s Vanity Fair After Party with Tom Sturridge and Sienna Miller.  Imagine Rob’s your third wheel.  I don’t think I really know any woman that would complain about that situation lol.  And then that VF portrait came out and we all died a little didn’t we.  HOLY MOLY what a man.  Although we were given a teaser trailer for LIFE in February, we waited and waited and waited to see a glimpse of Rob as T E Lawrence and although there were pics taken from within the cinema I was holding out to see a proper photo and it took some time, but we were finally treated to Rob in his T E Lawrence costume holding those lion cubs.  Awww.  I’m so so envious that Rob got to do that.   May teased us with a tweet that TCoaL had a special screening – I want to know how you score a ticket to such an event.  Rob turned up to the Met Gala for the first time and didn’t he look handsome.  Rob then surprised us with his appearance at the film premiere and after party for Heaven Knows What.  Like I was saying that day “Heaven Knows Something” alright.  And to wrap up the first six months Rob participated in the inaugural Red Nose Day for the US.  Sorry but the highlight of that telecast was that sketch with the Brits.  Rob’s expression as he took the keys … genius whoever wrote the script and knew that Rob as the valet would be gold.  Annnddd we finally got a Queen of the Desert trailer with Rob and some new stills for LIFE.  So let’s see what the next 6 months brings.  I’m sure it’s going to be something special.   And for the first time since I’ve started these reviews, I’ve kept my commentary shorter because I’ve rambled on and on each week in my weekly wrap ups for RPAU Week in Review and I’m guessing I will be repeating myself if I continue here.  If you’ve missed anything or want to check out what I’m talking about, head on over to our RPAU Week in Review Page where all our week reviews are linked since we started in November 2014.  See you in December when I’ll be doing a 2015 Year in Review *whispersRobandCharliebetterfeature*.  Looks up and realises this is still a long ramble lol

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  • Carmel
    Posted on July 01, 2015

    IT really was 6 months of surprises. I am dying to find out more about Childhood. Who the hell is this movie about?? And Life… well, I sigh almost every time I think about that one. Bring on the next 6 months!

  • Bee Kaye
    Posted on July 02, 2015

    Love your reviews Maria, brings it all together whether weekly or 6 monthly. Appreciate everything you girls do for us on this site, straight down the line solid information on Rob’s career. Loving all those photos you girls turn up from past projects too. Thanks so much.

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