February 14th, 2021 / No Comments

THE BATMAN Films & HBO Max GCPD Spinoff Will Crossover | .@Batmanonfilm


THE WRAP recently interviewed HBO programming president Casey Bloys and discussed the the potential of character crossover between DC films and their HBO Max spinoffs.  Below is an extract from Batman on Film’s post about what Casey had to say concerning Matt Reeves’ THE BATMAN and the “Gotham City PD” streaming spinoff and BOF’s thoughts:

“[Character crossover is] the idea. Matt Reeves is obviously a producer on ‘Gotham City PD.’ We don’t want to reserve characters just for films or for TV. There should be kind of some fluidity between them. So that is the idea. I mean, we’re in the very early stages on that. So I don’t want to suggest that any one character will be. But yes, that is, generally speaking, that is the idea, that there will be crossover.”

I’m just guessing here, but I suspect that “GCPD” will have a “main cast” and that characters that appear in THE BATMAN and its sequels will show up on the TV series.  So, perhaps we’ll see Jeffery Wright’s James Gordon appear in an episode or two.

As far as The Batman himself, Robert Pattinson, well, we know that the HBO Max series is set in year one of Batman’s career (and before the events we’ll see in THE BATMAN), so I figure it’s possible that he might show up briefly at some point.  Of course, whether or not it’s actually Pattinson in the suit is another thing altogether.  But one can hope!

We too join you in hoping BOF!

February 14th, 2021 / No Comments

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Dior spoiling us with a new photo and a short little clip (which we’ve seen before) on their IG below. I’ve made a gif of the footage.

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February 10th, 2021 / No Comments

Michael Ward Tells British GQ why Robert Pattinson is his style icon


Michael Ward (BAFTA Rising Star and face of Simone Rocha’s new collaboration with H&M) recently told British GQ magazine why Robert Pattinson is his style icon:

I like what Robert Pattinson wears. It’s sophisticated but still has that wow factor. You know what you’re getting, but he always surprises you. He really gets it right…

February 10th, 2021 / No Comments

EsquireUK Explore Robert Pattinson’s “Red Carpet Evolution”

This is a nice stroll down memory lane.

February 9th, 2021 / No Comments

Tom Holland Talks #TheDevilAlltheTime & #Twilight | Esquire “Explain This”

Tom Holland took part in Esquire’s “Explain This” and talked about working with Rob in The Devil All the Time and how he went to a Twilight premiere. Full clip is below. I wish Esquire would do this with Rob.

Thanks @Monsieur_HJ for heads up.

February 7th, 2021 / No Comments

Robert Pattinson’s 15 Favourite Films according to FarOut Magazine

We’ve seen Rob’s list before (and from memory I think Criterion Collection was the first to print years ago). But who can forget Rob’s conversation with Jimmy Fallon during Damsel promo when he talked about his love for Corky Romano. Rotten Tomatoes asked for Rob’s 5 favourite films and now Far Out Magazine has decided to print the list again. Here’s an extract from their article:

When asked to collect a list of his most loved pictures by IndieWire and Rotten Tomatoes, the actor explained: “The films that I like aren’t necessarily because they’re good films in themselves — One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest is a good film — but that one specifically meant a lot to me.”

He added: “Not because I was in a mental home or anything, but that character influenced me so much when I was 15 or 16, and bits of it stuck with me. A lot of that kind of ‘putting your middle finger up to the world’ attitude — not that I really have that, but…I used to be so timid, and that was one of those films that [helped me break out], by pretending to be [Jack Nicholson’s character] Randle.”

Unable to hide his love for Jean-Luc Godard, Pattinson showed some self-awareness when describing his admiration for the French director: “A Godard film called Prenom Carmen, which sounds like I’m just saying that to be cool, but it’s actually one of my favourite films,” he began.

“I think it’s the best Godard film. It’s like his version of Carmen the opera, one of his films from the eighties. In terms of just pure filmmaking and manipulating an audience, it kind of starts out as a farce, as a complete, stupid farce, with this bank robbery; but it’s really, really…Godardian, with kind of a stupid humour that’s so random. Only he could make it, mixed up with these kinds of philosophical elements.”


One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest – Miloš Forman, 1975.

Breathless – Jean-Luc Godard, 1960.

The Exorcist – William Friedkin, 1973.

Julia – Erick Zonca, 2008.

Headhunters – Morten Tyldum, 2012.

The Devils – Ken Russell, 1971.

The Beat That My Heart Skipped – Jacques Audiard, 2005.

Arizona Dream – Emir Kusturica, 1993.

Pierrot le Fou – Jean-Luc Godard, 1965.

Ivans Xtc – Bernard Rose, 2002.

First Name: Carmen – Jean-Luc Godard, 1983.

Deep Breath – Damien Odoul, 2001.

Corky Romano – Rob Pritts, 2001.

White Material – Claire Denis, 2009.

The Lovers on the Bridge – Leos Carax, 1991.

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