January 4th, 2021 / No Comments


Robert Pattinson Wins 3 Awards for Best Actor at 2020 Taqui Box Awards

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Rob won three Best Actor Awards at the 2020 Taqui Box Awards (a film twitter account from Spain that updates on box office).

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December 17th, 2020 / No Comments


Vote for Robert Pattinson as Favourite Actor and Favourite Movie(s) of 2020 @ Just Jared Fan Awards

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You have until 10am ET on 30 December 2020 in which to vote for Rob as your favourite actor of 2020 or Tenet and/or The Devil All the Time as your favourite film at the Just Jared Fan Awards. At the time of posting, Rob was coming in at No. 3 behind Sam Heughan and Dylan O’Brien with 15.5% of votes. Vote for Rob as your favourite actor HERE (no limit on how many times you can vote).

As the moment Tenet is leading Favourite Movie with 23.12% of votes. The Devil All the Time is currently at no. 6 with 4.74% of votes. Vote HERE for both films.

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December 4th, 2020 / No Comments


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17 October 2020: Netflix’s For Your Consideration website is now “live” and includes The Devil All the Time as a contender for awards season in 2021. Fingers crossed the movie and cast receive some recognition. We will follow this closely and keep you updated on what transpires.

Thanks @whatonnetflix


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Updated: 4 December 2020: Netflix FYC updated their page and now include Robert Pattinson in “Best Supporting Actor” Category for The Devil All the Time as part of their awards campaign.

Thanks RPPortugal for heads up

December 2nd, 2020 / 7 Comments


Robert Pattinson “is one of the best actors alive today”

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Jan Dabrowski of Film Org (Poland) wrote an article about Robert Pattinson being “one of the best actors alive today” and provides his evidence from his 5 favourite performances – Little Ashes, The King, Good Time, The Lighthouse and The Devil All the Time. Here’s an excerpt of what Jan had to say:

Robert Pattinson is one of the best actors alive today.  If someone snorted at that point, one of two things has happened. Either his consciousness stopped 10 years ago or he avoids Pattinson’s films. For the last 12 years (i.e. from the premiere of the first Twilight), the actor managed to show in all possible ways that he finds himself in very demanding roles, that he can move crowds with facial expressions and voice, that he is a master of accents and characteristic characters. The Youth Vampire Saga is just a few films from his body of work, which currently consists of 39 productions, and Pattinson is currently 34 years old. An impressive result.

It is simply ignorant to consider him “the wooden actor in those vampire movies”. Now Pattinson does not have to prove anything to anyone, and before 40 he made appearances in films that include David CronenbergRobert Eggers and Christopher Nolan. From this he is the new Batman which not only sounds promising, it will probably open up an even wider path to prestigious productions and cooperation with the most appreciated artists. Regardless of how Pattinson’s career unfolds in the future, there is now plenty to choose from. Below are my personal top 5 best performances:

[Little] Ashes

… Pattinson starts out as a shy introvert to become a living lion and a hysterical, and with every acting charge he makes an impression. And he was only 22 at the time. Anyone who mocks him for Twilight should applaud him just as earnestly for Ashes.

[The] King

… The Dauphin mocks the English king at every opportunity, and Pattinson adds another nasty villain with an excellent accent to his achievements. 

Good Time

The only glimpse of good that can be found in it is the bond with the brother he cares about. This feeling, combined with aggression and dissatisfaction with everything else, makes this creation one of the most interesting in Pattinson’s career, which could finally go crazy in a very expressive starring role.

[The] Lighthouse

… It is difficult to recognize him, because his face changed with his speech and behavior, new grimaces and facial expressions appeared. Even during the acting charges and the most touching scenes, Pattinson keeps his character within the convention. This is one of the biggest bricks he has contributed to building his image as a versatile, hard and effective actor who is not afraid of difficult roles or non-obvious, complicated characters.

The Devil All the Time

… And in every single scene, Pattinson is seductively angry. An arrogant pastor with a southern accent is a short but show-off role, and watching this slimy guy make the viewer feel dirty just to watch. This impression is similar to that of Jake Gyllenhaal in Nightcrawler: a slippery, nasty type that will lead everyone to a poor end. With the role of Teagardin, Pattinson took another big step in his career towards the well-deserved Oscar.

(Translated with Google). Click on link above to read whole article.

October 20th, 2020 / No Comments


The Casting Frontier Discusses Robert Pattinson in The Devil All the Time

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From Casting Frontier:

Robert Pattinson’s portrayal of the duplicitous southern preacher Preston Teagardin in Antonio Campos’ The Devil All the Time is clearly a watershed moment for the young actor..it could be credibly argued that the wicked Reverend Preston of The Devil All the Time is next-level stuff. So convincing is Pattinson’s performance as a born and bred southern-fried evangelist, it’s hard to believe he is actually a genuine posh English chap. The accent he conjures for the violent gothic thriller is something out of a very rich, intriguing, mysterious, and beguiling place—and it was all forged by Pattinson himself!

As any actor knows, acting isn’t merely learning the lines and reciting them with an appropriation of verisimilitude and feeling. It’s about discovering the soul lurking within the character at hand and exploring the possibilities. Exploring the idiosyncrasies of that unique and particular creation. Then performing it all with creativity, passion, and imagination.

Normally, it takes a lot of preparation, time, and hard work alongside a vocal coach for actors to master their character’s accents. Granted, some performers must really struggle at the methodical task. Others seem to pick up the many subtleties of speech with relative ease. But in this case, Pattinson tried a new approach—a playful approach.

It serves as a reminder to think outside the carton, take a few risks, dare to look foolish. Perhaps something extraordinary will be the result—just look at Robert Pattinson in The Devil All The Time.

October 11th, 2020 / 1 Comment


Antonio Campos on Robert Pattinson & Preston Teagardin in The Devil All the Time

UPDATED: 11 October 2020

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    Release Date: 16 September 2020 - currently screening on Netflix



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