July 31st, 2020 / No Comments

Screen Rant wants to know which Robert Pattinson Character are you based on your Zodiac Sign


Screen Rant has put together a post detailing what Rob character you might be according to your zodiac sign. Being a Leo, I’m apparently The Dauphin- which sounds about right:

At the dawn of his fame, Robert Pattinson was a heartthrob synonymous with his squealing teen fan base. The Twilight star embodied the mysterious bad boy persona as emotional vampire Edward Cullen from 2008 through 2012. Cut to the current day, and it is suddenly cinephiles and DC fanboys drooling over the actor, set to star in Christopher Nolan’s upcoming Tenet and later the inevitably-titillating The Batman.

Such an inflection point is the opportune time to look back on a filmography through the lens of the Zodiac. In which of his roles did Robert Pattinson most effectively bring to life which astrological signs? As one of the most exciting movie stars of the past decade, there is not a film not worth watching based on your alignment.

Leo – The Dauphin

Netflix‘s Shakespeare adaptation The King was released last year to mixed reviews, but, if for this Robert Pattinson performance alone (only some ten minutes of screen time), it is worth checking out. As The Dauphin of France’s kingdom, Pattinson is over-the-top ridiculous, menacingly making fun of Timothée Chalamet’s King Henry V’s you-know-what and owning the French accent.

Prideful and unshy with cruelty based in honesty, this Dauphin incarnation must have been born under the Leo sign. Important to remember is that the wretched character would be a beloved one, were the story told from a French perspective.”

June 22nd, 2020 / No Comments

Neil Mulholland shares his photo of Robert Pattinson on #TheKing set

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I love it when we see behind the scenes photos of Rob on film sets. Here’s a lovely one of Rob getting into character as The Dauphin for The King.

June 9th, 2020 / No Comments

Robert Pattinson in The King

Film Facts provides some background on Robert Pattinson’s final scene in The King

April 26th, 2020 / No Comments

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Robert Pattinson, once again, shows that he just might be the finest actor of his generation with a brave and crazy performance as the Dauphin of France, Reno Reviews

I’m very late with putting this together as I was overseas when The King premiered in Venice and so I missed posting the initial reactions. But as usual I like to roundup reviews that focus on Rob’s performance – so here it is a tad late but as they say better late than never. Note: there are a few in The Cruel that actually praise Rob but overall thought he was miscast.


Film Inquiry (Venice FF)

A snippet of a devilishly chic inspired performance from Robert Pattinson injects several larger layers to the proceedings, even if his accent will come under particular scrutiny. However, he is drastically underused…

The Film Stage (Venice FF)

The son of the Daphine, for instance, is played with considerable camp by Robert Pattinson. … Pattinson’s attempts to rectify this by using an affectatious French accent are amicable enough but they are played for rather questionable laughs.

Espinoff (Venice FF)

Robert Pattinson steals the show.

Fotogramas (Spain) (Venice FF)

With the years, Pattinson has proven to be a brilliant blank page on which the most disparate directors outline characters of all stripes and backgrounds. This time Pattinson indulges in one of his feasts of histrionics, facing his enemies with a sibylline evil, always bordering on cruelty. A new proof of the chameleonic character of an actor who still has a lot to tell.

Evening Standard (UK) (Venice FF)

As his rival, the Dauphin, Robert Pattinson is preposterously fabulously pert and camp, a hoot every moment he’s on screen.

The Skinny (UK) (Venice FF)

If you enjoy your period epics with a touch of camp, Pattinson’s gleeful turn as this bitchy Frenchman should bring you plenty of joy; each comic appearance adds a moment of lightness to the gravity of Michôd’s film.

BBC Culture (Venice Film Festival)

The film’s liveliest scenes come when the army reaches France, and Robert Pattinson camps it up as the ludicrously evil Dauphin.

One Room with a View (Venice FF)

…and Robert Pattinson threatens to steal the show in a few hilarious scenes, charmingly mangling English as a second language as the Dauphin of France.

Vanity Fair (Venice FF)

And then there’s Robert Pattinson, matinee idol of a half-generation ago, who shows up for a few scenes as the sneering, lewd dauphin of France. He’s got a riotous wig and a French waiter from The Simpsons accent (say chowder!) that had the Europeans in my audience hooting with laughter. (I couldn’t quite tell if they were irked or amused.) It’s a delightfully ridiculous performance in a movie that otherwise takes itself very seriously.

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December 18th, 2019 / 1 Comment

Robert Pattinson nominated for Best British/Irish Actor at London Film Critics Awards

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The London Film Critics have nominated Rob for Best British/Irish Actor (Body of Work) that includes The Lighthouse, High Life and The King at the 40th anniversary Critics Circle Film Awards. Next to his nomination From their website:

At its 40th anniversary ceremony, the London critics will give special honours to Aardman, filmmaker Sally Potter and costume designer Sandy Powell. Presented by Pearl Pictures Productions, the event will be hosted by actor and writer Sally Phillips at The May Fair on 30th January.

BRITISH/IRISH ACTOR (for body of work)

Tom Burke – The Souvenir
Taron Egerton – Rocketman
George MacKay – 1917/Where Hands Touch/Ophelia
Robert Pattinson – The Lighthouse/High Life/The King
Jonathan Pryce – The Two Popes [My Emphasis]

Via Variety

December 4th, 2019 / No Comments

Robert Pattinson’s Best Burns as The Dauphin in The King

I’m not sure how I missed this when it was posted back in November by Netflix UK & Ireland, but I’m glad they put this short little vid together.

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    The Batman Role: Bruce Wayne | Batman
    Director: Matt Reeves
    Release Date: 1 October 2021. Filming commenced 27 Jan 2020 | Filming suspended 14 March 2020 due to COVID-19. Production rumoured to recommence September 2020. Stay tuned for DCFanDome with exclusive content - 22 August 2020

    Tenet Role: TBA
    Director: Christopher Nolan
    Release Date: 26 August 2020 - check out our film page for all confirmed release dates by clicking on "News" below

    Waiting for the Barbarians Role: Warrant Officer Mandel
    Director: Ciro Guerra
    Release Date: World Premiere Venice FF 6 Sept 2019 | Opening film Cartagena FF 11 March 2020. Releasing digitally in US on 7 August 2020

    The Devil All the Time Role: Preston Teagardin
    Director: Antonio Campos
    Release Date: 16 September 2020.

    The Stars at Noon Role: TBA
    Director: Claire Denis
    Release Date: 2021 - Pre-Production: 18 February 2020 (Rumoured to be filming September 2020 in South America).

    The Lighthouse Role: Ephraim Winslow
    Director: Robert Eggers
    Release Date: Screening at TIFF Sept 2019 | US 18 Oct 2019 - DVD releases at Film Page - click News below

    The King Role: The Dauphin of France
    Director: David Michôd
    Release Date: World Premiere (Out of Competition) Venice Film Festival 2019 2 Sept 2019 | Now on Netflix.

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