September 30th, 2021 / No Comments

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UPDATED: 30 September 2021

Denis Guignon shared two more photos of Rob one being a full colour version of the black and white below.

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28 September 2021: Denis Guignon shared 2 photos on his instagram when he was bodyguard to Rob at Deauville Film Festival in September 2017 and then I noticed these two black and whites he posted last year that I don’t think I’ve shared before.

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August 27th, 2021 / 1 Comment


We have previously posted photos from this unknown Cosmopolis photoshoot. Remember the one which featured on the cover of Telerama? Now we have 6 new tagged pics (I’ve posted the full 9 but we have seen 3 of them before). It seems this is from a camera/makeup test similar to the ones we’ve recently seen of Rob from The King. You can check out all pics from this shoot in our Gallery

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Weibo Thanks Angel.

July 30th, 2021 / 3 Comments

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I cannot believe Yellow Moth Makeup got to apply tattoos daily on Rob during production of Good Time but here’s her proof.

Good Time” 2016 - Directed by Joshua and Ben Safdie

Special Effects Makeup: Applied silicone swollen eye prosthetic and tattoos daily (Robert Pattinson)”

Yellow Moth Makeup

Thanks Pattinson Photos for heads up.

July 27th, 2021 / 2 Comments

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With the release of the Twilight series on Netflix, Burce Dallas Howard (“Victoria”) had this fun fact to share about her time on the film. What I want to know is why didn’t they think of marketing those notepads!

Fun Fact: My brother-in-law made a notepad for me to use with Robert Pattinson’s face with “live dangerously” at the bottom.⁣⁣
I will never forget watching the original Twilight in 2008. Every time Edward Cullen (#TeamEdward) was on screen I would squeeze my husband’s hand — sorry @stealthgabel 🤣⁣⁣
I love that the series has been released on @netflix ♥️

July 22nd, 2021 / 5 Comments

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The Twilight Saga was released this week on Netflix USA and Scott Mendelson wrote an opinion piece for Forbes on how Twilight occupied all 5 tops spots among Netflix’s Most-Watched Movies. Below is an excerpt:

The $3.3 billion-grossing Twilight Saga did more than any other modern franchise to debunk the notion that films for and about girls and women were box office poison.

However, at least for today, all five of the top movies on Netflix’s “daily most-watched” list are all five installments in The Twilight Saga. Alas, they aren’t in exact order, as it goes Catherine Hardwicke’s Twilight (the first and still the best), Chris Weitz’s New Moon (the worst), Bill Condon’s Breaking Dawn part II (the best sequel with a terrific final reel), David Slade’s Eclipse (the threequel and the only chapter to crack $300 million domestic) and Condon’s Breaking Dawn part I (the one where Bella and Edward get married and have bed-breaking sex before birthing a human/vampire baby).

Stewart and Pattinson both “recovered” from the “Eww, those movies are for girls” cultural backlash and became prestigious and engrossing adult actors. … Pattinson is playing Batman and has crafted an onscreen persona closer to Chris Walken and Crispin Glover than Chris Hemsworth or Chris Pine. I wish Catherine Hardwicke got more mileage out of launching the franchise. Twilight, with an indie sensibility and a self-knowing wit, is easily the best of the bunch. 

Click on link above to read the full opinion piece. Personally, I agree with Scott, Catherine Hardwicke’s Twilight was the best of all the films for me. Eclipse was the most disappointing.

July 11th, 2021 / 1 Comment

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According to Fotogramas (Spain) reporting on Taron Edgerton replacing Rob in “The Stars at Noon”:

Robert Pattinson’s complex agenda has separated the actor from ‘ Stars at Noon ‘, the film in which he was to return to work under Claire Denis after their meeting in ‘ High Life ‘ (2018).

With ‘ The Batman ‘ (Matt Reeves, 2022) in his closest calendar, and the announced ‘ Idol’s Eye ‘ (Olivier Assayas, 2022) in the queue, the interpreter has had to abandon the project

Rob did mention back in 2017 that Oliver Assayas and he kept in contact about this project. I doubt he dropped out of Claire Denis’ film because of this – it’s probably due to a lot of conflicting schedules at the moment. However, the financier’s Fyzz Facility still have their dedicated Idol’s Eye page (albeit it appears to not have been updated since 2018) and Oliver Assayas’ IMDbPro page has the film still listed as “script as at 5 June 2017”. Assayas did say that he had an offer to make it in the summer of 2018, but that he wanted to film Wasp Network first (which he has done) and that he could possibly shoot in 2019. We all know what happened since 2019 to push back a lot of films so who knows.

Cinemania reported last Thursday on a story about Sly Stallone:

“If in terms of confirmed projects Stallone has a lot of work ahead of him, those that are yet to be confirmed look even better. The actor sounded at the time for Idol’s Eye, a project by Olivier Assayas ( Personal Shopper ) in which Robert Pattinson and Rachel Weisz were also involved.”

Selfishly as much as I love Rob working with Denis, the storyline for Idol’s Eye intrigues me more. If I had to choose between Rob being a dirtbag who spends more time in bed with Qualley’s character against Rob being a scumbag with a 70s pornstache – the latter will win for me every time. I know people will say he’s already done this with Connie in Good Time, but John Mendell was a real jewel thief and well Rob might want to put his spin on him. I’m keeping my eye on this (no pun intended).

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