February 2nd, 2022 / 3 Comments

UPDATE: 2 February 2022

If you were enthralled by the release of the theme then you should definitely bookmark the official playlist HERE to listen to what’s being released this Friday (4 Feb).

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December 16th, 2020 / No Comments

Christopher Nolan Narrates An Action Scene from “Tenet” | The NY Times

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Watch and listen to Christopher Nolan break down the Mumbai action scene featuring Rob and JDW.

December 4th, 2020 / No Comments


17 October 2020: Netflix’s For Your Consideration website is now “live” and includes The Devil All the Time as a contender for awards season in 2021. Fingers crossed the movie and cast receive some recognition. We will follow this closely and keep you updated on what transpires.

Thanks @whatonnetflix

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Updated: 4 December 2020: Netflix FYC updated their page and now include Robert Pattinson in “Best Supporting Actor” Category for The Devil All the Time as part of their awards campaign.

Thanks RPPortugal for heads up

October 20th, 2020 / No Comments

Robert Pattinson The Batman Using Mandalorian Virtual Production Techniques for Selet Scenes


From The Hollywood Reporter:

Warner Bros.’ The Batman, which is currently filming in the UK, is using virtual production techniques for select scenes, Industrial Light & Magic chief creative officer Rob Bredow revealed on Monday, during a featured session from this year’s virtual VIEW visual effects and animation confab.

Virtual production — a term generally used to describe techniques that enable real-time visual effects production — has been steadily growing in popularity, particularly with Jon Favreau’s uses on The Lion King and The Mandalorian.

Bredow declined to detail work on The Batman, only saying the production design team had pre-built practical sets in the UK and an LED wall was built around these sets to enable use of virtual production in those specific scenes. He added that this meant the ILM team could continue to collaborate with Batman DP Greig Fraser, who recently won an Emmy for The Mandalorian and also shot Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

And for those like me who need layman’s terms on what this means – Collider provides the following:

Briefly, what made The Mandalorian cutting-edge was the ability to render virtual backgrounds in real-time on an LED wall using a game engine. This meant that scenes set outside on a cold planet, indoors at a tavern, or in a massive star-ship hangar could all be shot on the same soundstage with the VFX background rendered in real-time. Meaning you didn’t have to wait 9-12 months for the post-production team to create the background after the fact.

The connective tissue here is Fraser, the DP behind both the first season of The Mandalorian and the highly anticipated reboot The Batman. He helped develop the virtual production technology and ensure it worked in a cinematic way, and when I spoke to Fraser earlier this year during an extended interview about his career, he predicted almost every film in the future would be using this technology:

“I see a world where almost every film will use this technology in some way, shape or form. Be it from a $250 million blockbuster down to a $2 million independent movie using it for one sequence that they dry hire a studio that’s already been built and they get in there like a location. So I believe when the technology kicks on and gets widely adopted, when people understand what it can do, I believe it’ll be used quite a lot.”

September 14th, 2020 / 4 Comments

TheBatman Filming Temporarily Paused as Robert Pattinson Reportedly Tets Positive for Covid-19


UPDATED: 14 September 2020

According to Batman on Film:

Per more than 1 and less than 10 “FOBOF” with knowledge of the situation, THE BATMAN will resume filming this coming week; and in fact, it may have already happened.  Additionally, The Batman himself, Robert Pattinson, is fine and will return to the set for filming this coming week as well.


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September 9th, 2020 / No Comments

Robert Pattinson one of the 5 best things about Tenet

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Looper take a look at the 5 best and worst things about Tenet. Of course, without any bias here, one of the 5 best is Robert Pattinson. Here’s what Looper had to say:

Most of Christopher Nolan’s films are heavily star-studded and he, like many other directors, has a list of favorite actors to fall back on when starting pre-production on a new project. We can only hope Robert Pattinson gets added to Nolan’s first-look list, because he rules in this movie. 

Pattinson’s character, Neil, has a particularly difficult part to play in this film, as he has an entire friendship with the Protagonist (John David Washington) and the knowledge that comes with it that he has to keep concealed from his friend at all times — at least, until the Protagonist figures it out for himself. Pattinson maintains that façade with ease and artistry, but throws in little bits of emotion here and there to portray Neil’s inner conflict as he tries to repress his natural inclination to be the Protagonist’s friend in their more casual conversations. It all helps the audience to understand that relationship in its totality later on.

He’s a little goofy and fun, too — sometimes appearing in scenes with a loose tie and rumpled appearance when he doesn’t need to be putting on airs for anybody, or aiming for humor and charmingly missing the mark. It adds a much-appreciated chaotic energy to the film, bucking Nolan’s tendency to write rather emotionally sterile characters for twisty narratives that use people like pieces in a sophisticated game.

To read the rest of Looper’s best and worst click the link above, but be wary not to read following recommended articles as they contain ****MAJOR SPOILERS****

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