May 31st, 2021 / No Comments

These two tagged shots from Rob’s promo shoot for Remember Me in 2009 are slightly different to ones we have posted before which you can check out in our Gallery

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May 3rd, 2021 / 8 Comments


If you could hear me, I would say that our finger prints don’t fade from the lives we’ve touched.

It goes without saying that Robert’s performances have touched us in ways we will never forget.  Cliched I know, but it’s true.  You know what else doesn’t fade?  These comments about Robert’s performance in “Remember Me”:

“Pattinson’s magnetic work as the protagonist plays a significant role in cementing Remember Me’s mild success…”, David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews

“R-Patz shows he can act, standing toe to toe with the fine Chris Cooper and looking like James Dean in comparison to the annoying Tate Ellington, who plays Tyler’s “comedy” flatmate.” Grant Rollings, The Sun (UK)

“Pattinson, while unlikely to win over doubters, acquits himself well enough to suggest a career beyond moody bloodsucking.” Alistair Harkness, The Scotsman

“Robert Pattinson can really act when he is supported by a great cast. As the film reached it’s climax I slowly moved my hand over my mouth in shock.”, Kevin McCarthy, BDK Reviews

“In “Remember Me,” Robert Pattinson, the producer and leading man, displays genuine acting chops as a “Rent”-related cousin of the “Rebel Without a Cause.””, James Verniere, Boston Herald

“Remember Me is a far more accurate barometer of Robert Pattinson’s acting chops than that teen vampire franchise.”  Christian Toto, What Would Toto Watch

“It turns out Robert Pattinson sparkles after all. [T]he script shimmers with sensitivity and a meticulous attention to emotional detail…” Brandon Fibbs, Brandon Fibbs

“With any luck, Robert Pattinson’s naysayers will be silenced after they take a gander at his convincing, even magnetic work in Remember Me, a romantic drama more interested in character nuance than story innovation.” Dustin Putman, The Film File Co

“A strong romantic drama in which Robert Pattinson and Emilie de Ravin really shine.” Kirk Honeycutt, Hollywood Reporter

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November 13th, 2020 / 1 Comment

Emilie de Ravin tweets about Remember Me and Robert Pattinson

Emilie shared this on her twitter today – it was amazing and it feels like it happened just a few years ago not 10. Check out more photos at our Remember Me master post.

July 3rd, 2020 / No Comments

The Film Stage – The B-Side Celebrate Robert Pattinson

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The Film Stage’s – The B-Side is celebrating Rob’s career – not so much the successful films that Rob’s received acclaim for, but the movies that he made in between. From The B-Side:

As his star rose, Pattinson would get weirder and weirder in his role choices. The ultimate result is a filmography primarily built by B-sides. Today, Conor and I focus on four: Remember Me, Water for Elephants, Queen of the Desert, and Damsel.

We bring up that GQ profile that got some traction at the start of quarantine, The Takeout’s attempt to make Pattinson’s “fast food pasta,” the quite-memorable ending of Remember Me, the impressive life of Gertrude Bell (on which Queen of the Desert is based), and the tragedy that nobody has watched Damsel.

The B-Side: A Film Stage Podcast · Ep. 54 – Robert Pattinson
May 27th, 2020 / 3 Comments

Emilie De Ravin talks Rob and filming with William Keck of Dramaversity

Dramaversity held a limited virtual meet and greet via Zoom recently for fans of Emilie De Ravin. William Keck interviewed Emilie and this is her response to working with Rob:

Keck: You also had an onscreen romance with a future Batman – Robert Pattinson.

Emilie: I know he’s going to be Batman – that’s so cool.

Keck: Tell us about Rob, what do you love about Rob?

Emilie: He’s very – probably to a fault, he’s so self-deprecating. He thinks he is super unattractive, super dorky, super just like…. ‘why does anyone like me?’ But not in a sense that people do that who want the attention, but like authentically and just funny. We had a really wonderful time working together because it was just easy, easy and fun and our sense of humor is very similar. I find my Australian sense of humour is on par with European sense of humour – English, Scottish or Irish, there is a lot of sarcasm and kind of taking the piss out of each other which is I think is borderline offensive to a lot of people in America. I grew up – you make fun of each other to a point and everyone knows that you’re joking. So that was all really nice we got to have a lot of fun on that set.

What the interview below – thanks Allison

April 13th, 2020 / 2 Comments

UPDATED: 13 April 2020 – Bringing this back as our Mancrush Monday celebration today. We posted these great photos back in 2015. Seems to be a 5 year cyclical event!

The goodness is neverending today, talk about right properly spoilt 🙂 We have seen these beauties before, but some never in this size/untagged.  Gorgeous man, hard to believe this was over 5 years ago, seems like only yesterday doesn’t it?!


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Rob’s Films
Mickey17 Role: Mickey17
Director: Bong Joon Ho
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

The Batman Role: Bruce Wayne | Batman
Director: Matt Reeves
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.

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

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