July 30th, 2020 / No Comments


Robert Pattinson with Stephanie Ritz & Team for Good Time at Cannes

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Somehow we missed this post by Stephanie Ritz on her Facebook back in 2014. I love the caption “Exuberant team. Modest client. So happy for him!” – this was Rob and his team in Cannes for Good Time (thanks @TeamRobP for heads up).

Source Thanks to @JSumerki

July 28th, 2020 / No Comments


Robert Pattinson photographed for LA Promo of Good Time in 2017

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This beautiful black and white photo is part of a series of portraits taken during the LA promo of Good Time which we posted HERE.

Source via @Ailana169

July 22nd, 2020 / No Comments


Numero Uno article on Robert Pattinson

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Charlotte de Capet, Numero Uno has written an article “Portrait of Robert Pattinson – Dior Muse” which features quotes from Rob. Below is an excerpt:

Driven by a constant requirement in the choice of directors with whom he collaborates, Robert Pattinson has chosen to be in the lineage of the great actors, those who, led by their passion for cinema, are capable, with the sole force of their will to forge a great career. At 33 years old, the face of the new Dior Homme eau de toilette has certainly not finished surprising us.

Robert Pattinson hardly looks out the window. Not only because the outside world scares him but because in his eyes only his inner world matters. Usually he stays in his room, watches movies or TV series. He thus managed to see four seasons of  Game of Thrones  in seventy-two hours, a performance that amazes him. Otherwise he reads, Michel Houellebecq, as he usually explains when his interlocutor is French. Otherwise, prosaically, the actor refers to the readings indicated by the directors under whose direction he works.

It was in his bedroom that Robert Pattinson conceived the rest of his career, as an attentive and obsessive spectator. Among the actors of his generation, his filmography is one of the most original and convincing:  Cosmopolis  and  Maps to the Stars  (2014) by David Cronenberg,  The Lost City of Z  (2017) by James Gray,  The Rover  (2014) and  The King  (2019) by David Michôd,  Good Time  (2017) by the Safdie brothers,  High Life  (2018) by Claire Denis,  Queen of the desert  (2015) by Werner Herzog and, most recently,  The Lighthouse (2019) by Robert Eggers, where he plays a lighthouse keeper threatened by a supernatural presence, where he almost never opens his mouth. His choices are always daring, reflecting a disdain for what is called a career plan, loyalty to the directors with whom he collaborates, with a certain courage to accept secondary roles from the moment a project interests him. . “ You know, supporting roles particularly appeal to me. In  Maps to the Stars  or in  The Lost City of Z, I was left alone, it was the advantage of filming in the jungle, James Gray had something else to do. Nobody expected anything from me. I could ask questions of the director, the film was not on my shoulders. It was as if I barely existed. ”Since 2013, the actor has been the face of L’Eau de Toilette Dior Homme, a role of muse that delights him, and looks, in his eyes, to the perfect counterpoint to his divisive career choices. “I had a very long relationship with Dior, it’s a great experience to shoot these commercials with them. I have always appreciated the contrast between making daring films and this work. Fashion is very different from cinema, and yet both pose an equally exciting challenge. ”

Robert Pattinson has a special way of talking about his films. If the film culture of the actor, just like the way in which he puts it to good use for his career, seems obvious. There are the films that have harmed him, which he tries to get rid of, and those whose healing powers he praises. From the shooting of  The Rover, a futuristic western set in the Australian bush, where the actor plays a half-deaf simple-minded man determined to track down the three men who stole his car and the dog in his trunk, he keeps a vivid memory, a film with therapeutic value. Pattinson was working in the middle of nowhere, the nearest town was 300 kilometres away, he lived in a village of fifty people where temperatures were approaching 50 degrees. Kangaroos were so little used to passing cars that they came crashing into their windshields. “ It was scary and dangerous at the same time, half the team was driving in a car stained with blood.”Then came a moment of epiphany. Robert Pattinson finds himself in the middle of the desert. He starts to piss. He does so with all the more ease and relief that no one is watching the scene. For the first time, he can take his ease in complete freedom, in the most complete anonymity. Here, in the Australian bush, 900 kilometres from Adelaide, in the open air, he rediscovered freedom.

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July 20th, 2020 / No Comments


Vogue UK focuses on 10 Defining Roles from Robert Pattinson

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Vogue UK has run an editorial piece entitled “10 Defining Robert Pattinson Roles to Devour” – they focus on the following films “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”, “The Twilight Saga”, “Cosmopolis”, “The Rover”, “Maps to the Stars”, “The Childhood of a Leader”, “The Lost City of Z”, “Good Time”, “High Life” and “The Lighthouse” claiming they feature Rob’s best performances. I’m not sure why they didn’t add “Damsel” or “The King”, since in my opinion, they show Rob’s comedic capabilities and are definitely memorable. In any event, below is an extract from the article:

There are few actors working today who are as versatile as Robert Pattinson. The 34-year-old Londoner first made a splash at the age of 19, when he caused a generation of Harry Potter fans to swoon at his chivalrous, clean-cut portrayal of Cedric Diggory in the fourth instalment of the series. Then came Twilight, the vampire saga which became a cultural phenomenon, grossed over $3.3 billion worldwide and secured the actor an obsessive global following.

Instead of parlaying his newfound fame into another blockbuster franchise, Pattinson confounded his critics and grew into a mainstay of auteur cinema. He played British officer TE Lawrence in Werner Herzog’s Queen of the Desert (2015), an ambitious photographer in Anton Corbijn’s Life (2015), a street hustler in the Safdie brothers’ explosive crime drama Good Time (2017), a bumbling pioneer in the Zellner brothers’ feminist western Damsel (2018) and, most recently, an officer in Ciro Guerra’s JM Coetzee adaptation Waiting for the Barbarians (2019).

Considering his off-beat oeuvre, the industry was stunned once again when it was announced in May 2019 that Pattinson would be transforming into the caped crusader for Matt Reeves’ hotly anticipated reboot The Batman. Could this spell a permanent return to the mainstream? Perhaps his next role, in Christopher Nolan’s big-budget time-bending thriller Tenet, will provide the perfect balance between arthouse credibility and commercial clout. Ahead of its scheduled release in cinemas on 12 August, we revisit Pattinson’s 10 most memorable performances to date.

July 12th, 2020 / No Comments


Robert Pattinson photographed at Independent Spirit Awards in 2018

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I missed this photo back when it was posted in 2018. Thanks Monsieur_HJ for the heads up about it now.

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May 2nd, 2020 / No Comments


Claire Denis talks Robert Pattinson

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Claire Denis presented a three-hour masterclass last Wednesday (29 April 2020) as part of the Vision du Réel film festival. The festival also honored her with the “Maître du Réel” and Claire was happy to provide some insights into her career where she mentioned both Rob and Juliette Binoche. The masterclass will be made available with English subtitles at the festivals site. But for now, here are two takes on what drew Claire to Rob:

From Variety:

There’s something hidden in him. I think that’s why he’s so strong. He’s not at all naturalistic — he has this plastic beauty behind which hides something mysterious. That’s very powerful in cinema.

From Cinecetta News (Italy)

The question of reality also manifests itself in your relationship with the actors, like when you talk about Robert Pattinson , which you directed in High Life : “I saw it in Twilight and Cosmopolis , and it struck me because it has a hidden side, which is also seen in Good Time . He is not a naturalist actor, there is always something under it, and that is why it works in all those films “. 

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Release Date: 31 January 2025 (US). | Post-Production since 22 December 2022. Check out all upcoming release dates at our Film Page by clicking on News below


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Release Date: Aust: 3 March 2022 | US: 4 March 2022. Check out all upcoming release dates at our Film Page by clicking on News below


Tenet Role: Neil
Director: Christopher Nolan
Release Date: 26 August 2020. For DVD release dates head to our dedicated film page by clicking "News" below.



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Director: Robert Eggers
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