August 17th, 2015 / 4 Comments

InStyle Men gave the heads up that Rob was on the cover of their August edition.  Thankfully @nicole2dogs was able to obtain a copy and uploaded the scans:


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August 8th, 2015 / 2 Comments


I see the “Life” promotion is kicking in.  Here’s an extract from (who I see mention an interview Rob gave to Jolie Magazine.  See below for scans I hope that interview surfaces soon):

“Robert Pattinson wishes he had a bigger ego.

His shy nature often made it hard for him to cope with the attention, making him wish for a bolder personality.

I’ve always had the feeling I need to prove myself: as an actor, a star, a person,” he admitted to German magazine Jolie. “That might be how I’ve managed to keep my feet on the ground. Although I’ve often wished I had a bigger ego – maybe it would have helped me cope with all the things around me.
But will his children find it hard to grow up in the spotlight?

I don’t think so. I’m sure I’ll have a child that’s totally cool and confident,” he grinned. “He or she will probably look at me every day and think to themselves: ‘Why is this guy such a weird, crotchety man?‘”

Robert, 29, had the chance to try his hand at fatherhood in Life, even if his character is a questionable example. It’s a drama about a photographer for Life magazine, who’s asked to shoot pictures of James Dean.

At my age you don’t often get the chance to play a father,” he explained. “Especially not one who leaves his family in the lurch.


Updated with scans of Jolie Magazine thanks to @nicole2dogs and @deesoonz for the heads up.  Will post translation soon (I hope – no pressure Nicole!)

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August 4th, 2015 / 3 Comments


Harmony Korine Says ‘The Trap’ With Robert Pattinson Is A “Super Propulsive, Pretty Highly Violent Revenge Movie”

What fabulous news to wake up to.  According to The Filmstage:

“In the conversation, Korine discussed the initial images that led to Spring Breakers, how he helped formulate James Franco‘s character, his current distaste for New York City (as well as his formative years there at NYU), and how Kids came about and Larry Clark discovering him. He also touched on his next feature The Trap, which we haven’t heard an update on since early this year. He confirmed the casting of Benicio Del Toro and Idris Elba (who are the two leads) as well as Robert Pattinson and Al Pacino, with production kicking off in January.

Set in the world of Miami music, it follows Del Toro’s character who gets locked up for a robbery involving Elba’s character and nearly 15 years later is back for revenge. Korine described it as “a complete sensory bombardment,” adding “the way I feel about storytelling now is that it’s more like liquid. It has to do more with energy.” He confirms there’s still a story to be told, saying it’s a “super propulsive, pretty highly violent revenge movie.”

“For those interested about his career and thoughts on filmmaking, he recently sat down with Marc Maron for a 1.5-hour discussion.”


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July 29th, 2015 / 7 Comments

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Io Donna (Italy) posted a new interview with Rob, although most of it we have read before, but I liked this quote from Rob:

“If in 10 years they will speak of me still just as “the one from Twilight”, the blame will be mine alone.”

Here’s the full article which has been translated by our lovely friend Roberta.


“To set myself free from the Twilight saga, I agreed to be the co-star in Life”, says the actor who plays the star’s photographer who died 60 years ago.

“Twilight? I am proud to have been a part of it. I am no longer forced to pursue a job as I did before Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. The fame sprung after that still puts me at ease, also on the economic side, to select only the projects I believe in. And Life is the proof of that.”

Robert Pattinson is working very hard. He wants to distance himself from the role of the teen idol in a saga that he certainly appreciates, but which still weighs on his credibility as an actor.

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July 26th, 2015 / 2 Comments


Anton Corbijn was interviewed during the Guanajuato Film Festival and here’s a few extracts from the interviews:

From Excelsior:

“Although many related and pigeonhole the name of Robert Pattinson in the Twilight series, there are others, such as Dutch director Anton Corbijn who see beyond the stigma and / or social labels.

So it is not unreasonable offer made British actor Dennis Stock’s role, that famous photographer 50s that caught James Dean three months before his death in the film Life.

“After I felt Twilight Robert tried to choose characters away from this whole saga.

“He wants to prove to the world that is a real actor can do challenging roles and that reminded me of Dennis Stock, a photographer in his early wanted to check I was good at what he did. That part was something I found in common between the two.

On the other hand, Robert is always being chased by photographers and I liked the idea that the film had to act like a photographer behind a star, he said to questions expressed by Excelsior, Anton Corbijn.

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July 21st, 2015 / 6 Comments

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What a great read and a clever way to promote two new movies coming out.  Warhol really did know what he was doing when he created this magazine.  From Interview Magazine:

“When, at only 13, Jamie Bell leapt into the collective consciousness with his debut role in 2000’s Billy Elliot, the young dancer from Northeast England had no idea what was to come. In the 15 years since, Bell has both grown up and quietly amassed a very mature body of work, partnering with some of the most inventive directors in the biz, from Steven Spielberg (The Adventures of Tintin, 2011) to Clint Eastwood (Flags of Our Fathers, 2006), and Peter Jackson (King Kong, 2005) to Cary Joji Fukunaga (Jane Eyre, 2011), among others.

Of late, Bell has gone bigger and bolder, playing a sooty rebel in Bong Joon-ho’s 2013 postapocalyptic train thriller Snowpiercer and, that same year, doing dark comedy as a coke-y cop in Filth, adapted from the Irvine Welsh novel. Last year, Lars von Trier enlisted the actor to explore his dominant side as a sadist-for-hire opposite Charlotte Gainsbourg in Nymphomaniac: Volume II; and Bell has also dabbled in the prestige TV drama, with AMC’s Revolutionary War espionage thriller Turn: Washington’s Spies, which recently wrapped its second season.

This month, Bell, 29, is going full superhero, as the massive rock warrior Ben Grimm, a.k.a. Thing, in Josh Trank’s update of Fantastic Four, with Miles Teller, Kate Mara, and Michael B. Jordan. But as he tells his buddy and fellow English expat, Robert Pattinson, connecting the dots in Bell’s wide-strewn Hollywood career hasn’t always been so clear.

JAMIE BELL: How’s it going, mate?

ROBERT PATTINSON: I’m all right. I spent the day prepping for this interview.

BELL: I expect fucking Charlie Rose. [both laugh]

PATTINSON: Let’s not talk about any of your work. Let’s only talk about your personal life. Your crack usage. Who are you fucking? Okay? What’s your earliest memory?

BELL: That’s a good question. I don’t have one. My memory is fucking vague from when I was a kid. I remember having a Batmobile. It was a replica from the Tim Burton movies, and it fired these yellow missiles. I remember there wasn’t a lot of sun in northeastern England. So there was one day in history when apparently it was sunny, and my mom was outside on a deck chair or something like that. I remember firing the missile and it hitting her foot. That’s as early as I can remember. I don’t even know how old I was. After that, it was basically the ballet barre; everything else, I’m wearing tights. I remember playing around my grandma’s house. My sister was always in dancing class and stuff, so I was dropped off with my grandma a lot, picking vegetables. My grandfather makes wine, so I tasted his wine occasionally when no one was looking.

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