November 18th, 2017 / 1 Comment


Robert Pattinson Talks Tall Takes, Good Time & High Life with the Irish Times

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The Irish Times sat down with Rob where he talked tall tales, The Lost City of Z, Good Time and High Life.  Here’s what transpired:

Robert Pattinson is gleaming just as surely as his odd little golden splodge of hair at the front. Today that blond bit is made especially visible by a close crew cut. He’s in strikingly chipper form. I’m not sure I was expecting chipper.

Having worked with Werner Herzog, David Cronenberg, Anton Corbijn and, as we meet, Claire Denis, Pattinson has blossomed into the one of the most interesting actors of his generation. Still, he has never been the kind of performer you’d confuse with such great, boozy, storytelling carousers as Peter O’Toole.

“How did those guys do it?” Pattinson says. “It’s the most amazing thing. How can you operate at that level while simultaneously sabotaging yourself? Have you read that Andre Agassi biography? I can’t get over it. So he was still seeded. Around 30th in the world, I think. And he was addicted to crystal meth. And he’s also gluing his wig to his head with polymer cement. So he’s playing a five-set tennis match. On meth. With a wig cemented to his head. How crazy is that?” He laughs. “I mean, I can’t do anything if I’m slightly tired. Or if I’ve drunk two cups of coffee. After two cups of coffee I’m literally incapacitated.”

When we last caught up the artist formerly known as R-Patz was shooting The Lost City of Z in Belfast and had just been declared a total ledge by the media after dropping in on a Co Down wedding reception. He had a great time, he says.

“But the best thing about Ireland was seeing Van Morrison play in Cypress Avenue,” Pattinson says. “It was my birthday, and he was incredible. I’m a bit obsessed with Van Morrison. I’ve seen him seven times, and twice he has really, really killed it. But that was really something. Just amazing.”

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November 8th, 2017 / 1 Comment


Robert Pattinson says it’s interesting to see how many faces you have

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Here’s a new interview with Rob where he talks about choosing roles and the consequences.

 

Working with directors from Robert Pattinson Australia on Vimeo.

Thanks Posh.

October 17th, 2017 / No Comments


Own Robert Pattinson’s The Lost City of Z on DVD or Bluray from 13 December 2017

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Mighty Ape NZ is listing the release date for the DVD and Bluray of Robert Pattinson’s The Lost City of Z as 13 December 2017.  Preorder your Bluray HERE and DVD HERE

 

October 17th, 2017 / 2 Comments


Own a copy of The Lost City of Z with Robert Pattinson from 29 November 2017

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The Australian release date for the Bluray and DVD of Robert Pattinson’s The Lost City of Z is 29 November 2017.

You can preorder from:

SANITY – bluray HERE and DVD HERE.

JB HIFI – bluray HERE and DVD HERE.

 

September 27th, 2017 / 3 Comments


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Amazon Studios has begun a “For Your Consideration” Oscar campaign in support of “The Lost City of Z”, including Rob in the category of “Best Actor in a Supporting Role”. Let’s hope the Academy is impressed and the campaign leads to some well-deserved Oscar nominations for the film.






Source | Thanks to @RobPattinsonPT for the find.

August 22nd, 2017 / No Comments


 “Robert Pattinson embodies the modern actor, a star who’s hard to pin down, going from Twilight to Cosmopolis, & now appearing in Good Time”

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Deauville Festival of American Cinema 2017 is paying tribute to Robert Pattinson with screenings of Good Time, The Lost City of Z, Life, Cosmopolis and Twilight.  Robert will also be attending to present Good Time which strangely is out of competition, but perhaps falls outside because of Cannes.  I guess this makes up for Robert pulling out last year. Below are the relevant pages from Deauville’s programme although the actual sessions times are yet to be provided:

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Below is Alexandre Maras’ tweet which translated reads “Robert #Pattinson will be #Deauville2017 where he will present his new film #Goodtime Preview.”

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