August 3rd, 2020 / No Comments


New Photo of Robert Pattinson from Dior Photoshoot

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La Vanguardia posted an interview wit Rob (similar to all previous Dior interviews we’ve seen this year), but included this new photo.

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July 22nd, 2020 / No Comments


Numero Uno article on Robert Pattinson

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Charlotte de Capet, Numero Uno has written an article “Portrait of Robert Pattinson – Dior Muse” which features quotes from Rob. Below is an excerpt:

Driven by a constant requirement in the choice of directors with whom he collaborates, Robert Pattinson has chosen to be in the lineage of the great actors, those who, led by their passion for cinema, are capable, with the sole force of their will to forge a great career. At 33 years old, the face of the new Dior Homme eau de toilette has certainly not finished surprising us.

Robert Pattinson hardly looks out the window. Not only because the outside world scares him but because in his eyes only his inner world matters. Usually he stays in his room, watches movies or TV series. He thus managed to see four seasons of  Game of Thrones  in seventy-two hours, a performance that amazes him. Otherwise he reads, Michel Houellebecq, as he usually explains when his interlocutor is French. Otherwise, prosaically, the actor refers to the readings indicated by the directors under whose direction he works.

It was in his bedroom that Robert Pattinson conceived the rest of his career, as an attentive and obsessive spectator. Among the actors of his generation, his filmography is one of the most original and convincing:  Cosmopolis  and  Maps to the Stars  (2014) by David Cronenberg,  The Lost City of Z  (2017) by James Gray,  The Rover  (2014) and  The King  (2019) by David Michôd,  Good Time  (2017) by the Safdie brothers,  High Life  (2018) by Claire Denis,  Queen of the desert  (2015) by Werner Herzog and, most recently,  The Lighthouse (2019) by Robert Eggers, where he plays a lighthouse keeper threatened by a supernatural presence, where he almost never opens his mouth. His choices are always daring, reflecting a disdain for what is called a career plan, loyalty to the directors with whom he collaborates, with a certain courage to accept secondary roles from the moment a project interests him. . “ You know, supporting roles particularly appeal to me. In  Maps to the Stars  or in  The Lost City of Z, I was left alone, it was the advantage of filming in the jungle, James Gray had something else to do. Nobody expected anything from me. I could ask questions of the director, the film was not on my shoulders. It was as if I barely existed. ”Since 2013, the actor has been the face of L’Eau de Toilette Dior Homme, a role of muse that delights him, and looks, in his eyes, to the perfect counterpoint to his divisive career choices. “I had a very long relationship with Dior, it’s a great experience to shoot these commercials with them. I have always appreciated the contrast between making daring films and this work. Fashion is very different from cinema, and yet both pose an equally exciting challenge. ”

Robert Pattinson has a special way of talking about his films. If the film culture of the actor, just like the way in which he puts it to good use for his career, seems obvious. There are the films that have harmed him, which he tries to get rid of, and those whose healing powers he praises. From the shooting of  The Rover, a futuristic western set in the Australian bush, where the actor plays a half-deaf simple-minded man determined to track down the three men who stole his car and the dog in his trunk, he keeps a vivid memory, a film with therapeutic value. Pattinson was working in the middle of nowhere, the nearest town was 300 kilometres away, he lived in a village of fifty people where temperatures were approaching 50 degrees. Kangaroos were so little used to passing cars that they came crashing into their windshields. “ It was scary and dangerous at the same time, half the team was driving in a car stained with blood.”Then came a moment of epiphany. Robert Pattinson finds himself in the middle of the desert. He starts to piss. He does so with all the more ease and relief that no one is watching the scene. For the first time, he can take his ease in complete freedom, in the most complete anonymity. Here, in the Australian bush, 900 kilometres from Adelaide, in the open air, he rediscovered freedom.

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July 20th, 2020 / No Comments


Colin Farrell talks Robert Pattinson The Batman Script

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Metro UK posted an article on Colin Farrell and The Batman quoting excerpts from his recent interview with SFX Magazine. Here’s what they had to say:

Colin Farrell is ‘excited’ about the script for Matt Reeves’ upcoming film The Batman. The actor is set to play Batman villain the Penguin opposite Robert Pattinson as the titular character.

Colin has been talking up the script to SFX magazine, teasing that fans can expect something ‘unique and new’ yet familiar at the same time. ‘The whole prospect is really exciting. I’m ecstatic to be part of that universe. There are certain words that are part of my internal lexicon and those words are Gotham City, Penguin, Joker, Batman, Bruce Wayne, Harvey Dent… all of those things,’ he said.

‘I have been watching the Batman films with my kids, but this script is something that feels incredibly original. It leans into it but it doesn’t borrow; it’s born of the mythology of that character, Bruce Wayne, Batman and Gotham. But it feels like a treatment and a version that I hadn’t seen before. ‘Matt Reeves has done an incredible job of keeping it familiar and at the same time unique and new. It’s really exciting to be a part of it.’

And I take Colin’s words seriously because who can forget his comments to MTV about Rob taking on Cosmopolis (remember Colin dropped out because of scheduling conflicts with Total Recall) – “It’s a wonderful script. I wish him all the luck in the world with it”.

Edit thanks to @ShatterverseEnt

July 5th, 2020 / No Comments


Robert Pattinson on Cover of Elle Man (Poland)

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Rob graces one of the covers of the holiday edition of Elle Man Poland. The magazine also includes an interview, which is similar to previous Elle magazines. Below is an extract which I’ve added for ease (Google translation). The full interview can be found in the holiday edition which is now on sale:

What would you tell teachers who discouraged you from attending the theater club?

I’m glad they thought so, because it made me very angry at the time. That’s why I started looking for theater outside of school. Then I found an agent. It wouldn’t happen if I only played in the school theater.

You’ve made 34 movies and series in 15 years. Do you still find joy in this job?

Now I have more of her! The more you do, the more you learn. And a new door opens in your mind. I used to think that acting is a test that you can’t fail. It may be so, but it doesn’t make much sense to think about it. If he detaches himself from thinking about the result, he simply begins to enjoy what he is doing. Not only in acting.

Can you choose among more interesting roles?

Yes. The older you are, the more you can do and finally you can talk to the director on an equal footing. Then the work turns into cooperation and more creative ideas are created. When you are younger, you have the mentality of a school kid. Someone tells you what to do. Then you can do it or say no. However, there is no room for partner discussion.

Do you read comments about yourself on the internet?

I read when my movie enters theaters.

And when they write badly, it touches you so much?

When I was younger it hurt a lot. But later I noticed that reading negative comments is strangely addictive. Addicts more than reading good. You can read a hundred good and one bad and you will be thinking just about this bad. When it came to me, I stopped worrying.

And if a negative comment about your work is sent by someone you care about?

This is rare. I think my intended isolation helps. It’s fun not to exist on Instagram. Then many unpleasant things just pass you by.

Do you consider yourself a millennium? You are 34 years old.

I think that I’m mentally closer to the previous generation. Millennials attach great importance to social media, and for me they are not important. They rather annoy me. I see no reason to publish something about myself or take pictures and post them later on the web … It just seems unnecessary and even crazy to me.

You’ve made many movies lately. Soon new premieres: “Tenet” by Christopher Nolan and later “Batman” announced a long time ago. Can you tell about them

I can’t say much about “Tenet” or “Batman” yet. I don’t even know much about it myself! “Tenet” is to be in theaters this summer. Pictures for “Batman” will not start until the end of the year.

Were you willing to accept this role?

Yes. I really wanted to play it. I’ve always dreamed of diversity in this profession. After a few more intimate movies, I wanted to play a super-production and I think I downloaded them with my thoughts. Suddenly Chris Nolan from Tenet and Matt Reeves from Batman appeared. They are both really amazing and extraordinary directors. I would agree to play every role in their films.

You’ve been training a lot lately. Are these preparations for the role of Batman?

Yes. I go to training every day. If I work on a given day, I go after the pictures. I’m building a silhouette (laughs). This is fun because I’ve never been such a big muscular guy before.

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July 1st, 2020 / No Comments


Robert Pattinson interview in Cinemania Spain

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7/1 Update: Untagged version shared by photographer Lorenzio Agias on IG

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Here’s the rough (Google translate) translation:

“Between ‘Tenet” and’ The Batman ‘I have aged 10 years

Robert Pattinson – Before putting on the superhero costume, he accompanies John David Washington on his mission to save humanity

To what extent do Tenet’s themes speak to the world in which we live?
Tenet’s characters wake up one morning and discover that their qualities no longer serve the reality in which they live. And they have to adapt very fast to survive. It is very strange that this is exactly what we have lived in the last months.

Was the filming very physically demanding?
Yes. Going from the filming of Tenet, the most demanding thing I have done physically, to The Batman, I think it has made me age 10 years. Also because John David is a full-fledged athlete and, not only that, but he has a true athlete mentality. If you run he will sprint to his maximum capacity, again and again and again. In every take, in every rehearsal … And my career has basically been designed around the concept of sitting in armchairs and going on vacation [laughs]. We were supposed to show even skills but there were weeks of shooting where I couldn’t even walk.

Did Nolan give you any advice on how to play Batman in The Batman?
Not at all. He is very respectful. I think the only conversation we had about Batman was the last day of filming.

I loved Fear & Shame, your short. Would you like to direct?

Yes. I would love to. I think I am becoming more organized as I get older so I think I would be able. But I need a story.

Would you say that your work with prestigious directors like Claire Denis or the Safide Brothers has helped you along that path?
Yes, yes. What I know for sure is that it has helped me a lot as an actor. When you work with directors you admire, it is much easier to trust them. And when you have no doubts about the movie you are making you learn a lot more. I have been very fortunate to work with these talented directors

Thanks Aimee

June 27th, 2020 / No Comments


Robert Pattinson and Tenet Featured in Fotogramas (Spain)

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The July issue of Fotogramas Spain has a Tenet exclusive featuring interviews with Rob and John David Washington as well as some info on the film. Below is the full pdf together with the translation of Rob’s interview:

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ROBERT PATTINSON AGAINST THE CLOCK AND THE TOPICS

The Londoner, who knew he was going to be the new Batman on the first day of filming “Tenet”, tells us (something) about his character and the challenges narratives of Nolan’s films.

We just saw him locked up next to Willem Dafoe in The Lighthouse (R. Eggers, 2019), a tour de force in which it shows, in case it was still necessary, that you have known how to use the trampoline from The Twilight Saga to become one of the most interesting and judicious actors
when choosing roles from recent years. To a list in the one highlighted by cult authors – from David Cronenberg to the Safdie brothers, passing by Claire Denis, James Gray or Ciro Guerra–, Robert Pattinson (London, England, 1986) now adds Christopher Nolan, uniting commerciality with
a contrasted personal look. The actor tells (something) to Fotogramas on Tenet with an eye to its future close as new Masked Crusader in The Batman.

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    Release Date: 1 October 2021. Filming commenced 27 Jan 2020 | Filming suspended 14 March 2020 due to COVID-19. Production rumoured to recommence September 2020. Stay tuned for DCFanDome with exclusive content - 22 August 2020



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    Release Date: 26 August 2020 - check out our film page for all confirmed release dates by clicking on "News" below



    Waiting for the Barbarians Role: Warrant Officer Mandel
    Director: Ciro Guerra
    Release Date: World Premiere Venice FF 6 Sept 2019 | Opening film Cartagena FF 11 March 2020. Releasing digitally in US on 7 August 2020



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    Director: Antonio Campos
    Release Date: 16 September 2020.



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    Director: Claire Denis
    Release Date: 2021 - Pre-Production: 18 February 2020 (Rumoured to be filming September 2020 in South America).


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    Director: Robert Eggers
    Release Date: Screening at TIFF Sept 2019 | US 18 Oct 2019 - DVD releases at Film Page - click News below



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    Release Date: World Premiere (Out of Competition) Venice Film Festival 2019 2 Sept 2019 | Now on Netflix.



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