February 4th, 2021 / 0 comments

Claire Denis talks Robert Pattinson & The Stars at Noon with LeMonde (France)

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UPDATED: 4 February 2021

Some fans were concerned that The Stars at Noon disappeared from Rob’s IMDb page, but it is still included on IMDbPro but under “Projects in Development”


Deadlline also reported on 3 February 2021:

Production has wrapped on Fire (Feu), the latest movie from French filmmaking royalty Claire Denis. Pic stars heavyweight actors Juliette Binoche and Vincent Lindon, appearing opposite each other for the first time, in a love triangle story about a woman caught between two men – her long-time partner and his best friend, her former lover.

This is the project that was previously reported as being called Radioscopie and was moved swiftly into production when Denis’ The Stars At Noon, set to star Robert Pattinson and Margaret Qualley, was delayed – that movie is now expect to shoot as soon as April.

There’s contradiction on when the film will go into production, Claire Denis in her Le Monde interview below stated end of year (or whenever Rob is ready post Batman), but Deadline and other media have stated April 2021. Whatever it is, Olivier Delbosc, who has collaborated with Claire on the last two movies she has done with Juliette Binoche (not High Life), is now attached as producer to the film through his Curiosa Films.

UPDATED: 9 January 2021

Screen Daily is reporting:

Love triangle drama Fire by Denis …. The filmmaker completed the screenplay with Christine Angot after the shoot of her Nicaragua-set romantic drama The Stars At Noon, starring Robert Pattinson and Margaret Qualley, was put on hold due to the pandemic. The latter title remains on the WBI slate with hopes now for a shoot in April.

UPDATED: Full interview and translation after the cut thanks to @sweenypowl

Looks like Rob won’t be filming The Stars at Noon until the end of 2021. Le Monde interviewed Claire Denis and she mentioned Rob and The Stars at Noon. The first quote is from the article, however, the full article is for subscribers only, but I managed to find this tidbit from twitter. If anyone has the full article it would be appreciated, also any corrections to the French translation would be appreciated:

At the same time, on March 16, the filming of Batman with Robert Pattinson, under Matt Reeves, suddenly quitting due to Covid on the team – he didn’t resume until September 2020. Pattinson found himself stranded in London, a nightmare.”

The director is counting the months: Pattinson is due to star in her next film The Stars at Noon , starring Margaret Qualley, but when will it be available? And can filming take place as planned in Nicaragua?

Winter will pass, then the spring of the Oscars. And maybe, in the fall, will Robert Pattinson be ready for the filming of The Stars at Noon? “He told me that after Batman he would be a mess. I’m happy. I don’t give a damn. I’m taking Robert Pattinson as he is. And he’ll take me as I am.” The director is banking on a “End 2021” shoot, without drawing any shots on the comete, we will have understood.

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