September 7th, 2018 / No Comments

Robert Pattinson with Michelle Jobin on the red carpet for Maps to the Stars at TIFF in 2014

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I do love these old Map to the Stars shots of Rob – this time Michelle Jobin shared her photo interviewing Rob on the red carpet at TIFF in 2014. Memories.

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In my element ✨✨ Hard to believe that I first covered @tiff_net as a reporter 13 years ago – it can be chaotic at times but I’ve always loved every minute of it. I’m a bit of a film nerd so interviewing great directors and actors for work has always been dream job status for me. TIFF has always had a special place in my heart. This was a good red carpet moment with Robert Pattinson in 2014 at the premiere of David Cronenberg’s “Maps to the Stars”. // ph by @visualbass (who is all over the place at TIFF this year, so watch out for him!), makeup by @millyjmakeup #TIFF #luckyme

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September 5th, 2018 / No Comments

Robert Pattinson BTS Photo on the Set of Maps to the Stars in Hollywood, August 2013

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Edward Bonutto was the LA Art Director on the set of Maps to the Stars whilst shooting in Hollywood and thankfully today he shared this great BTS photo of Rob lurking and watching Mia Wasikowska on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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Rehearsing on set with so much talent… director David Cronenberg, DP Peter Suchitzky, Mia Wasikowska as Agatha ( kneeling at her mother’s star ) and Robert Pattinson (right) as the horny Jerome in the twisted contemporary Hollywood Noir satire ‘Maps To The Stars’. A memorable shoot to be part of as the LA Art Director … and i could walk down the street to work 😄Hollywood Blvd, Aug 20, 2013 … #davidcronenberg #director #filmdirector #horror #horrormovies #miawasikowska #robertpattinson #hollywood #hollywooddreams #hollywoodblvd #cannes #cannesfilmfestival #eddyinla #artdirector #artdirection #productiondesigner #productiondesign #filmproducer #actor #moviestar #dp #directorofphotography #dop #hollywoodwalkoffame #hollywoodwalkoffame⭐️ #losangeles #murder #stars #lalaland #cityofangels

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March 22nd, 2018 / No Comments

Robert Pattinson at TIFF for Maps to the Stars in 2014

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Love it when photographers share their snaps – even if it’s 4 years later.

I’ll be honest, wasn’t a huge fan of the The Twilight Saga but after watching Good Time it completely changed my perspective on Robert Pattinson. Such a great film. Kinda dark and twisted but definitely worth a watch. Check it out if you have some free time. I was lucky enough to photograph RP during #TIFF a few years back. #nowakimages #robertpattinson #goodtime #goodtimemovie #crimefilm #bensafdie #joshsafdie #ronaldbronstein @robertpatinson #thetwilightsaga #connienikas

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May 22nd, 2017 / 3 Comments

Robert Pattinson debuting his films in Cannes since 2012

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Robert Pattinson has had 3 movies premiere at Cannes – Cosmopolis and Maps to the Stars in competition, The Rover as midnight special.  Three debuts and he’s about to add one more with Good Time.  Let’s relive one of my favourite interviews of Robert and David Cronenberg from 2012.


and how about some reviews | comments.  The Wrap was spot on in 2014 with their prediction.


The Guardian thought that Cosmpolis “is flat-out marvellous, a 21st-century American horror story, haunted by “the glow of cyber-capitalism”. David Cronenberg does an elegant job of converting Don DeLillo’s chilly, mysterious prose to the screen, while the performances have just the right wonky, off-kilter intensity.

While Robbie Collins from The Telegraph UK thought “Robert Pattinson gives a sensationally controlled central performance in David Cronenberg’s film Cosmopolis”

In 2014, the media had this to say:

Variety (2014):

Whoever worried this year’s Cannes Film Festival was short on stars only needed to take a stroll through the Vanity Fair Party on Saturday night at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc, which looked like the Oscars in May.


But the actor with the biggest smile on his face may have been Robert Pattinson, who earned some of his best reviews yet for “The Rover,” the Australian action film directed by David Michod which screened to critics over the weekend. He also had strong buzz going into Monday’s competition debut of “Maps to the Stars,” a drama directed by David Cronenberg.

“He’s incredibly respectful,” Pattinson told Variety, saying he would love to collaborate with Cronenberg again. The two first worked together on 2012′s “Cosmopolis.”

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December 26th, 2016 / 1 Comment

Hope everyone had/is having a wonderful Christmas Day. It’s Boxing Day for those of us in Australia, a bit more of a relaxing one so thought I would share these beauties…


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December 16th, 2016 / No Comments

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I thought I might make this theme a regular thing. I mean there are SO many wonderful moments from Rob’s time in France over the years, they definitely need revisiting. Today we go back to May 2014 with this great video of highlights from the Maps To The Stars press conference. Happy Friday all!


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