May 24th, 2021 / 3 Comments


I would be more surprised if Rob wasn’t trolling when he came up with his cornflakes, sugar and cheese piccolini cuscino (“little pillow”), but I’m sure he’s be chuffed that it won a YouTube competition “Which Celebrity Makes the Best Pasta”. This is from November last year but somehow I missed it – love their reactions when they realise who the creator of the recipe is.

Still laughing that anyone would attempt to make this .

Thanks @NickyZalotti and @Monsieur_HJ for the reminder.

May 23rd, 2021 / 2 Comments


Woah! Concept art by Jim Lee and we see more of Rob’s batsuit than we’ve seen before. From ComicBook:

… we get an up-close look at the upper and lower portions of the suit, and there’s a bulkier look to it overall when you see it all laid out together. We also see a side pouch on his leg that likely holds his grappling hook (which we see him holding in the final image), and you can see there is extra padding on the thighs and knees built into the suit.

We also see the cowl up-close, and the statue features a second portrait that has white lenses. The cowl looks a little different from what we’ve seen and we aren’t sure if there will be white lenses in the movie at some point, but if there are fans will lose their minds.

The third photo zooms in on the Bat-Symbol, and we also see all of the dents, scrapes, and scratches representing the wear and tear on the suit. It’s a slick-looking costume, and you can check it all out in the post above.

In a previous interview Pattinson talked about how he hopes to push the character to the limit. “The only thing that’s more complicated is the rating,” Pattinson said. “As soon as you make something an R-rated movie, you’re freed up to do so much stuff. In terms of the character itself, I want to push it as far as it possibly can go. And I think Matt Reeves does as well. You can do crazy stuff with that part.”

The hype is already starting to build, and if what Pattinson has in store is as well-received as the suit itself, we could be in for something special.

Thanks @BatmanBRA for @Arach_07 heads up

April 29th, 2021 / 5 Comments


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The Film Stage posted an article recommending books on film making. It caught my eye because it mentioned David Cronenberg, but interestingly enough it was Tim Grierson who mentioned Rob. This is what he had to say about Rob’s performance in Good Time:

The style of critic Tim Grierson’s This Is How You Make a Movie is simple but startlingly effective. Over nearly 200 pages, Grierson devotes a page each to a film that showcases a different style of acting, directing, editing, writing, and lighting and camera technique. One example is the Safdies’ Good Time, which Grierson slots under the acting heading—in this case, “Motivation,” and “Finding the core of an unlovable character.” “On paper,” Grierson writes of Robert Pattinson’s Connie, “this is a character who would be hard to root for. And yet, Pattinson makes him compelling. No one would describe Connie as ‘lovable,’ but the actor burrows inside him in such a way that this small-time hood has an internal logic that makes sense.”

April 29th, 2021 / 4 Comments


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Not sure whether I believe some of this – Rob is about to launch his own line of clothing? Well he did say years ago that he liked designing women’s clothes but then again we know Rob is the King of Clickbait. I also suspect an increase in traffic at LA stores Sleeper and Bearded Beagle. Here is a very rough translation:


He is the muse of the Modern Tailoring collection, a concise wardrobe couture spirit and street spirit, created by the artistic director, Kim Jones, for Dior Homme. Passionate about fashion and the kind to dare everything, Robert Pattinson is said to be even about to launch his own line of clothing. But shh … it’s too early to talk about it.

UNDER THE LENS of the paparazzi or the lights of the red carpet, the allure of Robert Pattinson’s look is blowing in the opposite direction. Baggys, vintage T-shirt, camouflage hoodies, beanie, skate sneakers … versus tuxedos shorts, Luke Skywalker fawn coat, shine and transparent. On the screen as in the city, the English actor catapulted to stardom thanks to Twilight, polished by James Gray, David Cronenberg, Christopher Nolan and soon on the verge of donning the cape of Batman, dares everything. He was chosen by Kim Jones, artistic director of Dior Homme, to embody the Modern Tailoring collection, an ideal wardrobe reduced to the essentials (three jackets, three pants), a mix of couture and street. A fashion enthusiast, he might even launch his own line of clothes …

What are the three basics of your wardrobe?
A beanie, a sublimely knitted hoodie and another very soft gray from Dior.

What is your favourite piece of clothing?
I have a hard time naming just one. Recently, I’ve been sorting through my wardrobe and have been unable to part with some pieces that I know I’ll never wear. Including because some of them are in an advanced state of decomposition. I keep them only for their sentimental value, for what they remind me of. I’m not very nostalgic by nature but I like the idea that a piece of clothing or an object is imprinted with a memory.

Your favorite materials?
Cashmere, and more recently linen.

Which men, in your eyes, embody elegance?
Alain Delon and Tupac Shakur.

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April 1st, 2021 / 1 Comment


BAFTA Rising Star Nominee Conrad Khan Talks Admiration for Robert Pattinson

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Bustle recently spoke to BAFTA Rising Star nominee, Conrad Khan and this is his response to which actor he looks up to the most:

Someone he’s not worked with who he looks up to most at present is Robert Pattinson. “I think the calibre of films he has been a part of in the past five years has been really impressive, and he’s worked with some really cool directors,” Khan says.

With his career going how it currently is, I’m thinking both Pattinson and Haneke may be knocking on Khan’s door any day now…

Not going to lie, I would love to see Rob in a Michael Haneke film, just putting it out there.

Thanks @Monsieur_HJ for heads up

March 24th, 2021 / No Comments


Cineworld and Regal Cinemas have set an exclusive plan with Warner Bros in the US and UK and means that it is looking like The Batman will be the first theatre only blockbuster release of 2022. This from Screen Daily:

Cineworld has agreed a multi-year agreement under which films from Warner Bros. Pictures Group will be exhibited in Cineworld’s cinemas in the US as of their opening. Beginning in 2022, Warner Bros. theatrical releases will have a 45-day window of theatrical exclusivity, with certain provisions. This is a reduction on the existing US window of around 75 days. The exhibitor would not elaborate on what these “provisions” involve.

In the UK, Warner Bros. and Cineworld have agreed to an exclusive theatrical window of 31 days prior to PVoD, and an extended window of 45 days for films that open to an agreed upon box-office threshold. This is a significant reduction on 2019, when the average window across all UK releases was 109 days.

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