January 9th, 2021 / No Comments

Claire Denis talks Robert Pattinson & The Stars at Noon with LeMonde (France)

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UPDATED: 9 January 2021

Screen Daily is reporting:

Love triangle drama Fire by Denis …. The filmmaker completed the screenplay with Christine Angot after the shoot of her Nicaragua-set romantic drama The Stars At Noon, starring Robert Pattinson and Margaret Qualley, was put on hold due to the pandemic. The latter title remains on the WBI slate with hopes now for a shoot in April.

UPDATED: Full interview and translation after the cut thanks to @sweenypowl

Looks like Rob won’t be filming The Stars at Noon until the end of 2021. Le Monde interviewed Claire Denis and she mentioned Rob and The Stars at Noon. The first quote is from the article, however, the full article is for subscribers only, but I managed to find this tidbit from twitter. If anyone has the full article it would be appreciated, also any corrections to the French translation would be appreciated:

At the same time, on March 16, the filming of Batman with Robert Pattinson, under Matt Reeves, suddenly quitting due to Covid on the team – he didn’t resume until September 2020. Pattinson found himself stranded in London, a nightmare.”

The director is counting the months: Pattinson is due to star in her next film The Stars at Noon , starring Margaret Qualley, but when will it be available? And can filming take place as planned in Nicaragua?

Winter will pass, then the spring of the Oscars. And maybe, in the fall, will Robert Pattinson be ready for the filming of The Stars at Noon? “He told me that after Batman he would be a mess. I’m happy. I don’t give a damn. I’m taking Robert Pattinson as he is. And he’ll take me as I am.” The director is banking on a “End 2021” shoot, without drawing any shots on the comete, we will have understood.

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December 29th, 2020 / No Comments

Robert Pattinson “The Batman” will release in theatres not HBOMax


The New York Times spoke with Walter Hamada, President of DC Films who confirmed the studio’s plans to split its slate of superhero projects among theatrical and HBO Max. Here’s what DC proposes to do:

DC Films, which is part of Warner Bros., will work with filmmakers to develop movie offshoots — TV series that will run on HBO Max and interconnect with their big-screen endeavors.

“With every movie that we’re looking at now, we are thinking, ‘What’s the potential Max spinoff?’” Mr. Hamada said.

To make all the story lines work, DC Films will introduce movie audiences to a comics concept known as the multiverse: parallel worlds where different versions of the same character exist simultaneously. Coming up, for instance, Warner Bros. will have two different film sagas involving Batman — played by two different actors — running at the same time.

Mr. Hamada and Mr. Emmerich had two options: Figure out how to make the various story lines and character incarnations coexist or start over.

The answer is the multiverse. Boiled down, it means that some characters (Wonder Woman as portrayed by Ms. Gadot, for instance) will continue their adventures on Earth 1, while new incarnations (Mr. Pattinson as “The Batman”) will populate Earth 2.

The multiverse concept has worked on television, but it is a risky strategy for big screens. These movies need to attract the widest audience possible to justify their cost, and too much of a comic nerd sensibility can be a turnoff. New actors can take over a character; James Bond is the best example. But multiple Gothams spinning in theaters?

“I don’t think anyone else has ever attempted this,” Mr. Hamada said. “But audiences are sophisticated enough to understand it. If we make good movies, they will go with it.”

To read the full interview click on link above.

December 22nd, 2020 / No Comments

Mark Rylance Tells Collider “Robert is a phenomenal actor …”


Christina Radish from Collider spoke to Mark Rylance and this is what he had to say about working opposite Rob on Waiting for the Barbarians and whether it lifted Mark’s game:

How did an actor like Robert Pattinson compare?

RYLANCE: Robert is a phenomenal actor, who’s doing terrific things. He has a lot of incredible, pent-up, explosive energy that he can share, as an actor, which was very imprisoning, at times, and impressive. He’s very strong.

December 19th, 2020 / No Comments

Jorge Blanco’s First Impression Training Robert Pattinson

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I sometimes do Jorge’s classes on my Centr app and didn’t remember he has trained Rob – I guess that’s one degree away (in an alternate world) right? Here’s what Jorge had to say about Rob in a recent interview with Summum:

What is it like to train celebrities? Do you remember any anecdote?

They are more or less known, they are all human beings and for me there is no difference. I’ve been doing it for many years now, but even when I started I never felt weird around celebrities. Their schedules are different, quite complicated in fact. I have many anecdotes that I can tell, for example when I first trained Robert Pattinson, the Twilight actor, who I looked at and thought: “this guy sounds like a lot to me.” I thought he was a model, then when his agent came and made a comment and then I realized who he really was.

Thanks @sallyvg

December 17th, 2020 / No Comments

Christopher Nolan Talks Robert Pattinson Driving Skills & Bungee Jumping in Tenet


With the release of Tenet on DVD/Bluray/4K in the US, Christopher Nolan talks with USA Today. Below is the excerpt concerning comments about Rob:

Question: So how did you tell John David Washington and Robert Pattinson that they’d actually be bungee-jumping onto a tall Mumbai building?

Christopher Nolan: I left that to George Cottle, our stunt coordinator, who came up with the idea of actually bungee jumping up the building, which was pretty spectacular, and I added it to the script. He said to them, “We want you to do the first half of this yourselves and actually launch you into the air over the street.” They trusted him to find a way to do that and I think they actually had fun at the end of the day.

Q: Robert Pattinson is so believably self-deprecating about his driving. How was he behind the wheel, really?

Nolan: Rob was assessed by the stunt teams as a talented driver. We were able to get him do a lot of his closeups using a mounted camera. So he and John David would be in the car with cameras mounted on the side. We were also able to achieve a number of shots with different techniques in the sequence, but there are a couple of really hair-raising shots where Rob’s in the driver’s seat. What’s actually happening is there’s a stunt driver behind his head – facing the other way. And the entire shot is filmed in reverse. We’re able to get the camera right in on him as the driver, even though he’s actually the passenger, moving backwards.

Click on the link above to read the full interview.

December 9th, 2020 / No Comments

Robert Pattinson Voted Best Actor 2020 & More | Humo Magazine (Belgium) “Film Year Overview”

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Rob seems to be a favourite at Humo Magazine. Here’s how they have decided their Film Year Overview – laughing at their solution to rid Ostend of seagulls.


1. Robert Pattinson In ‘Tenet’ he slipped with gusto in the flannel suit of a secret agent who seems to have run away from a John le Carré novel , in ‘The Lighthouse’ he wore the cap of a crazy lighthouse keeper, and in ‘The Devil All the Time ‘he preached into a sweat like a pastor who goes to work with underage girls. Hats off three times.


1. Robert Pattinson and John David Washington who stare in ‘Tenet’ at bullets that are the result of a shooting … which has yet to happen!


2. Since he has seen him whack a gull to a pulp in ‘The Lighthouse’, Mayor Bart Tommelein has been doing everything he can to get Robert Pattinson to Ostend to solve the gull nuisance.


1. ‘ Tenet ‘ (★★★★★ )In the year that ‘No Time to Die’ disappeared from the calendar and Sean Connery , the one and only 007, gave his last gasp, Christopher Nolan turned on between lockdowns with an overwhelming ( ‘You wanna crash a plane?‘) spy thriller that can best be described as a surreal Bond film. The philosophy of the grandfather paradox and the temporal pincer movement turned out to be an insurmountable stumbling block for many spectators, but admit it: of all living filmmakers, only Nolan is able to come up with a smashing and completely credible climax in which several hundred soldiers clash with opponents who are in a reverse flow of time.

2. ‘ The Lighthouse ‘ (★★★★ ½) Lighthouse keepers Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson hooking their arms together like mad bitches and stamping their feet on the floor while singing ‘Sassy little whore, hurray!’ : it is just one of the many crazy highlights in this hard-hitting masterpiece by top talent Robert Eggers.

Thanks Sara for heads up.

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    The Batman Role: Bruce Wayne | Batman
    Director: Matt Reeves
    Release Date: 4 March 2022. Filming commenced 27 Jan 2020 | Filming recommenced 17 September 2020. Check out our film page for updated release dates by clicking "News" below.

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    Release Date: 2021 possibly 2022 due to COVID-19. Pre-Production: 18 February 2020 (Filming rumoured April 2021 but looks like will be delayed due to Claire working on another project).

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