July 8th, 2021 / 7 Comments


To be honest, I’m not sure how I feel. Rob dropping out because of other commitments means we could be getting new film news soon or The Batman promo. I’m always looking for that silver lining. Screen Daily reported today that Taron Egerton has replaced Rob in Claire Denis’ “The Stars at Noon”. So I guess it wasn’t a typo that Rob wasn’t mentioned. It is the first time in a long time that Rob has had nothing in his “Projects in Development” on his IMDbPro page: From Screen Daily:

UK actor Taron Egerton has signed to co-star opposite Margaret Qualley in Claire Denis’ Nicaragua-set thriller Stars At Noon, following the departure of Robert Pattinson due to other shooting commitments.

Egerton replaces Pattinson who was keen to work with Denis again after their first collaboration in the 2018 deep space drama High Life.

The actor has been forced to walk away from the project due to other commitments, following delays in the Stars At Noon shoot due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Originally scheduled for spring 2020, filming will now take place in Panama in October 2021.

  • sue
    Posted on July 08, 2021

    I’m sad for us and I’m sad for Claire Denis – I have no doubt she waited for Rob as long as she could. I’m sure there’ll be another opportunity for them to work together in the future.

  • Aline
    Posted on July 08, 2021

    Yes, a bit sad too. but proud of Claire and the french indie movie industry. Have you seen that in M magazine from “Le monde Journal”?
    Beautiful cover
    https://www.instagram.com/p/CRBdmx5rxP1/?utm_medium=share_sheet

  • Maria
    Posted on July 08, 2021

    I hadn’t seen that Aline so thanks for sharing. I love the French film industry and also TV – I watched Call My Agent which I thought was fantastic.

  • PM
    Posted on July 09, 2021

    IDK. I kind of had bad vibes about this movie.
    The character not suiting Rob. Maybe it is for the best.

  • PM
    Posted on July 10, 2021

    I wonder if he needed to change his looks for the part and the Batman thing would not have made it possible.

  • Maria
    Posted on July 10, 2021

    That’s an interesting point

  • Maria
    Posted on July 10, 2021

    I’m just happy I don’t have to sit through another film where he dies in the end!

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