February 1st, 2023 / 2 Comments


1 February 2023 *Updated*

Ok am feeling much better since Matt Reeves used his “3” bat signals

Colllider also stated:

With the success of The Batman last year, many fans have wondered how this change in leadership would affect director Matt Reeves‘ planned trilogy. Gunn confirmed that, while they are planning to move ahead with their own Batman in the DCU, it will not change any of the plans that Reeves has for his films, and they will move forward in tandem with the other projects.

Weintraub was the one to voice the question to Gunn, asking if the plan for The Batman trilogy was still moving ahead, to which Gunn replied, “Yes, it is. Matt is working on [The Batman — Part II], which he thinks of as a Batman Crime Saga, which also includes [The Penguin] series, and it is its own thing. He’s hard at work on that. He came in and pitched us some amazing, really cool stuff the other day. So our plan is for that to continue.” Safran continued by voicing his support for the project and the team’s commitment to the films coming from Reeves. “The Batman is not a stepchild. It’s all under DC, we are fully invested in the success of The Batman, just like we are everything else.”

The pair also said that The Batman — Part II could be in prep sometime in 2023.


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February 1st, 2023 / 2 Comments

1 February 2023

Here’s some additional behind the scenes photos of Rob filming for Dior.

Villa Eugenie is an international fashion production agency. They approached Broadley to facilitate a failsafe live link up between our London Studio and another in Los Angeles, where Hollywood actor Robert Pattinson would perform a reading from to camera, for Dior. We’re working with global brands directly or va agencies more and more these days and the variety of projects across the content creation mix are pretty fantastic.   Dior used the film to launch their FW23 Men’s Show on Jan 20th at Paris Fashion Week. A teaser edit came out in the morning via socials. During the show, across huge screens, Pattinson recited T.S. Eliot’s seminal 1922 work The Waste Land. Robert’s performance was directed remotely via the connectivity of digital comms our tech can deliver. It’s an atmospheric final cut, rightly stealing the show for Dior.

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Source via @Monsieur_HJ

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January 25th, 2023 / No Comments

From IRK Magazine:

Chris Knight: Robert Pattinson once said the best piece of acting advice he ever received was from you, about how you always keep your ‘birthday in your back pocket’ when you’re in a scene. Can you talk a little bit about where that idea comes from and some of the most interested ways it’s manifested itself in a character for you?

Peter: That was actually an inside joke that I think people misinterpreted. When you’re an actor, teachers suggest you hold a secret in a scene to give you something interesting to play. We were talking about this one night, and I jokingly said to Rob that my secret is that it’s always my birthday. And that it works for any scene. If you’re sad in the scene, you can play “no one remembered my birthday,” If your excited, “hey, it’s my birthday,” If your jealous, “my birthday party is on the the same day as my best friends,” If you’re angry, “you hated your birthday presents,” I joked that it works for any emotion and it’s a secret no one else would know– and you could keep it to yourself. He laughed. Then said, “Actually… that’s pretty genius.” Haha. But it was kind of an inside (actor’s) joke, so when he explained it in an interview I think people took it literally.

Thanks @sallyvg for heads up.

January 19th, 2023 / No Comments

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Here’s the full interview from Alexandra Jones (who commented to me on instagram that Rob “was really great, very funny!” and 5 new photos thanks to Louie Banks. From Evening Standard:

Though he has a baseball cap pulled down over his eyes having been awake since 4am — it’s now 7pm — when I come face to face with Robert Pattinson he is quick to assure me that he is totally fine. The early rising is just because he is in the middle of shooting a new film: a film about which he is extremely enthusiastic.

‘It’s with Parasite director Bong Joon-ho and it’s like nothing I’ve ever done before,’ he says. ‘The movie is so crazy, it’s a completely different style of working.’ In the film — Mickey 17, based on a dystopian sci-fi novel by Edward Ashton — Pattinson plays two versions of himself (both clones) who team up to work together. ‘It’s so much talking,’ he says. He’s been staying in a little hotel in Bedford near a vast airport hangar where they’ve built the set. In the evenings he has been back in his room, getting increasingly worried that it might be haunted. ‘Anyway, today I just realised that I’m probably not seeing ghosts — it’s probably just because I’ve been drinking about 17 cups of coffee a day.’ So to confirm: Robert Pattinson is not going mad, he’s just very, very tired.

For a long time now, Pattinson has been one of the most consistently interesting character actors of his generation. Most recently he has moved back into blockbuster territory as a pleasingly off-beat Bruce Wayne in The Batman. In the decade before this he honed his craft on the art-house and indie circuits, often playing lowlifes, oddballs and creeps for some of the world’s most respected directors (David Cronenberg and Christopher Nolan among them). My personal favourite is Pattinson as deeply unsympathetic street hustler Connie in the frantic Safdie brothers film, Good Time. You forget that you’re watching a man once regarded as the world’s hunkiest teen heart-throb, which is basically the point. The narrative for many years now has been that Pattinson’s career choices are a reaction against the megastardom that was thrust on him during his time playing Edward Cullen in the Twilight franchise.

But anyway, he’s here in his capacity as a Dior fragrance ambassador as the fashion house relaunches Dior Homme Sport and adds a shaving cream to the best-selling line. He has worked with the brand for 10 happy years, such that now he tells me he’s become close friends with many of the people at the company. ‘I’m not even just saying it to be nice. It’s been one of the most enjoyable work, and personal, experiences that I’ve ever had in my life.’ In terms of fragrance, he says he is bad at identifying what his favourite smells are, ‘but — I mean, it’s kind of cheesy — if you’re in love with someone, their smell becomes very particular to you… so yeah, something like “girlfriend in a dressing gown”.’ His girlfriend is the model and musician Suki Waterhouse. The pair have been together for a number of years though they only recently went ‘red carpet official’ and, given the public interest in his previous relationships (first with Twilight co-star Kristen Stewart, then with the musician FKA twigs), it’s perhaps little wonder that they’ve stayed under the radar for so long.

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January 19th, 2023 / 1 Comment

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19 January 2023

Deadline has confirmed Rob’s production company is now involved with Sebastian Silva’s black comedy “Rotting in the Sun”. I wonder if Rob will show up at Sundance this year?

Robert Pattinson’s production company Icki Eneo Arlo and LA-based independent production company Spacemaker Productions have joined the filmmaking team for Sebastian Silva’s outrageous black comedy Rotting In The Sun, starring Silva and comedian Jordan Firstman.

Rotting In The Sun, produced by Hidden Content, The Lift, and in association with Caffeine Post, will have its world premiere at Sundance 2023 in the Premieres section. This is Silva’s fifth time back at Sundance, where he’s previously won the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize and Directing Award. Range Select is handling domestic sales. 

“We’re beyond thrilled to welcome Icki Eneo Arlo and Spacemaker Productions to the incredible team who made this wild film possible. We can’t wait to premiere at Sundance.” says producer of Rotting In The Sun, and co-founder of Hidden Content, Jacob Wasserman.

IMDbPro have also updated – exciting to see Rob’s production company finally involved with a project.

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January 17th, 2023 / 2 Comments

This little gem popped up on Twitter today. Thought I should post it here with the actual screenplay. Oh Rob.

29 December 2022

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The Batman originally began as a spinoff for Affleck, which he might have directed. When Affleck declined, Reeves started over from scratch. He and co-writer Peter Craig chose to keep The Batman separate from Warner Bros’ recently established DC Extended Universe or any future plans, and focus on Wayne (Robert Pattinson) as a detective.

Deadline is sharing screenplays for films that will be part of the awards season – ff you were curious to read Matt Reeves’ screenplay for Rob’s The Batman you can read (and download) it here.

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Mickey17 Role: Mickey17
Director: Bong Joon Ho
Release Date: 29 March 2024 (US). | Currently in 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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Director: Robert Eggers
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Director: David Michôd
Release Date: World Premiere (Out of Competition) Venice Film Festival 2019 2 Sept 2019 | Now on Netflix. No DVD to be released.

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