September 7th, 2018 / 1 Comment

Robert Pattinson Castmates for Devil All The Time Include Mia Wasikowska, Tom Holland and Chris Evans.

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I was anticipating waking up to the High Life trailer but for me this is so much better.  I can’t wait to see Rob’s interpretation of Roy.  I love Donald Ray Pollock’s quirky writing style and this character … I’m not surprised Rob was drawn to him.  Fingers crossed this cast sticks and they do start production in February 2019.

According to Deadline:

Christine and Simon Killer director Antonio Campos has set up his next film just in time to be a hot Toronto sales package. Tom HollandRobert PattinsonMia WasikowskaChris Evans and Tracy Letts are in talks to star in The Devil All the Time. The pic is an adaptation of Donald Ray Pollock’s 2011 novel that Campos and Paulo Campos penned. Antonio Campos will direct. The film will be produced by Randall Poster, and Jake Gyllenhaal and Riva Marker of Ninestories Productions. Production is set to get underway in February 2019.


IMDbPro updated today showing new cast mates and also change release date to 2020

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September 1st, 2018 / No Comments

Film School Rejects recommendation for Robert Pattinson #HighLife is “Don’t sleep on this one”

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Quite a few people are making sure #HighLife is on their “Must See” lists at TIFF this year and here’s why:

Screen Daily:

High Life (Ger-Fr-Pol-UK-US) – dir. Claire Denis
High Life may be set in space, but with mercurial French creator Denis at the helm, it will not be science fiction as we know it. Robert Pattinson plays a man living in isolation in space with his daughter (Mia Goth). The cast includes Juliette Binoche, Lars Eidinger and André Benjamin (aka OutKast’s Andre 3000), with visual input from feted Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson. Production companies include Alcatraz Films, Pandora Filmproduktion and the UK’s The Apocalypse Films.

Huffington Post (Canada):

“Thirty years into her filmmaking career, Claire Denis is making her English-language debut with nothing less than a sci-fi piece set in space. I’ve been following the development of this unicorn since early 2016, when novelist Zadie Smith was attached to write the first draft and Vincent Gallo and Philip Seymour Hoffman were eyed for the lead role.
“Robert Pattinson is accompanied by a who’s who of multidisciplinary geniuses: André 3000 of Outkast, legendary international thesp Juliette Binoche, Scandinavian installation art visionary Olafur Eliasson, French physicist/philosopher/scientific consultant Aurélien Barrau, and Tindersticks frontman [and] film composer Stuart Staples. I still can’t believe this thing exists.”
— Marko Orlic, film acquisitions and sales at Mongrel Media

The Ringer:

Nayman: High Life
Claire Denis has been my favorite filmmaker (sorry, Jason Reitman) ever since I saw her astonishing 2001 vampire thriller Trouble Every Day,one of the most viscerally violent movies of the last two decades as well as one of the thirstiest. The spaces between these contradictions are where Denis thrives. At her best—which is almost all of the time, including her dusty, Corona-drunk all-timer Beau Travail and this year’s wonderfully flinty romantic comedy Let the Sunshine In—she variously seduces, perplexes, and brutalizes the senses like no other director I know. At 72, Denis is a genuine legend and a punk original, and the quotes that she gave The New Yorker earlier this year about her upcoming sci-fi drama High Life seem to promise a work of both conceptual and politically incorrect daring. Set in the future on a spaceship populated by convicts (including Robert Pattinson, Juliette Binoche, and André 3000, whom the director pegged after seeing his performance as Jimi Hendrix) and being piloted toward a black hole, the film is reportedly as dark and grim a vision as Denis has ever offered up: even more troublesome than Trouble Every Day and on a larger scale than her French-language work.

The reference points for deep-space art house are inescapable, but I’m not expecting High Life to be its creator’s Solaris or 2001: A Space Odyssey. Instead, I’m hoping it’ll end up casting its own long shadow over a movie landscape that could use more authentically mysterious monoliths

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August 19th, 2018 / No Comments

Robert Pattinson

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Screen Rant shared some behind the scenes photos from The Twilight Saga in their article “Twilight: 20 Behind-The-Scenes Photos That Completely Change The Movies”.  Most of them we have either seen or shared before, but it’s been so long since we’ve posted anything Edward Cullen I thought I’d take us for a stroll down memory lane. I’m also curious – how does one get that job in the photo above #askingforafriend.

If you want to check out all the photos, click on the link above.

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August 19th, 2018 / No Comments

Robert Pattinson #TheKing Now in Post Production as at 16 August 2018

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IMDbPro has updated the status of #TheKing overnight to show that it’s in post production as at 16 August 2018.  Now it’s just a waiting game to see when we will get to watch this on Netflix in 2019.

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July 18th, 2018 / 1 Comment

Robert Pattinson Continues to Awe the Indsutry with Versatile, Quirky & Compelling Performances

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This is a great read and I’m not just saying it merely because Lina from Control For Ever believes Rob is inching closer to being nominated for an Oscar (whether he does nor not will never change what I think of him as an actor).  I found her recap of what Rob has been doing since 2009 reflecting most of our opinions, which is why I’ve set out an extract below:

Since the years from Twilight, Pattinson has immersed himself in roles that expose his range and versatility as an actor, which is more than just the once teen heartthrob of the mid-2000s.

Robert Pattinson continues to awe the industry with his versatile, quirky, and compelling performances. In Damsel, one of Pattinson’s acclaimed role as Samuel Alabaster, has shocked the audience as Pattinson’s character treks the American frontier in hopes to swoon and marry the love of his life, Penelope (Mia Wasikowska).

Six years since the end of the The Twilight Saga, Pattinson has been receiving praise for every role he has grabbed since. Most actors that gained fame from blockbuster movies in the YA franchise, such as Jennifer Lawrence in Hunger Games, either thrive in their career or struggle against critics. Pattinson has been dynamic with every role post-Twilight to the point where the brooding vampire persona has become detached from his name. In Good Time, Pattinson is adorned with a scruffy beard and bleach blonde locks, as he plays an erratic criminal throughout the movie. With The Rover, Pattinson has been praised as a “consummate actor” by producers because of the quality and depth that he brings to the movie. Finally, in his most talked about role in Damsel, Pattinson plays a wealthy pioneer, alongside Mia Wasikowska, that has a shocking end and twist that further praises Pattinson’s depth as an actor.

In every role since Twilight, Pattinson immerses and perfects the character he is given, disregarding any fame or notoriety that may or not be attributed to the directors and the movie. His sole aim as an actor is to find roles that challenge and develop his acting abilities, and find ambitious directors that are unique and have not yet been discovered. Unlike once esteemed stars of the YA franchise (Lawrence, Stewart, Watson, etc.), Pattinson is thriving in these indie roles and perfecting his art as an actor.

With all eyes on Pattinson’s movies and what he will do next, a nomination to the Academy Awards seems closer and closer for the once teen heartthrob of Twilight. 

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July 15th, 2018 / No Comments

Robert Pattinson High Life Competing for Golden Shell

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To say San Sebastian Film Festival’s official announcement that “Claire Denis (Paris, 1946), the director of Beau travail or White Material, will be competing for the first time for the Golden Shell with High Life.” caused “a bit of a reaction” may be an understatement.  I did learn a new Spanish word though “bombazo” – bombshell is definitely a good way to describe the coup that the Festival is the first to announce a screening (albeit not a world premiere according to media below).  It definitely came out of left field given that Venice, Toronto or New York were much on our minds.  I thought this would be a good opportunity to also share a little background on San Sebastian from their website before providing the reactions:

This year the Festival will be celebrating its 66th consecutive edition with the same enthusiasm felt the day it first saw the light on September 21st 1953.

Conceived as an International Film Week for the purpose of screening and marketing films, it was not long before the IFFPA granted it B status (non-competitive), thanks to the success of its first edition. A year later it was called the International Film Festival, and in 1955 the IFFPA recognised the festival as competitive, specialising in colour films. In other words, it could now grant official prizes. This marked the emergence of the “Concha”, or shell – at the time only awarded in silver – determined by an international jury.

In 1957 the festival was granted “A” status and the Shell awarded in the main categories turned to gold. The festival symbols became increasingly recognisable, as did the direction the festival was aiming for and still strives for to this day. That is, a tendency towards liberalisation, shying away from the corseted censorship of the past, still alive today. The festival’s primordial role is to serve as a showcase for each year’s most disquieting and innovative films.

San Sebastian was Roman Polanski’s first festival while still at film school, the first at which Pedro Almodóvar presented a film (Pepi, Luci, Bom y otras chicas del montón / Pepi, Luci, Bom and other Girls Like Mom) and the one that earned their first awards in the careers of filmmakers including Francis Ford Coppola (The Rain People) and Terrence Malick (Badlands). The Festival took a chance with the works of – at that time unknown moviemakers – such as Iván Zulueta, Olivier Assayas, Tsai Ming-liang, Danny Boyle, Walter Salles, Nicolas Winding Refn, Lee Daniels, Bong Joon-ho, Laurent Cantet and Lucile Hadzihalilovic.

If you want to read the entire history and see which actors have attended in the past, click on the link above.  As promised, here are a few of the reactions to the announcement and some thoughts on where the actual “world premiere” might be.  I guess we should know soon enough:


Perhaps most exciting is the news that Denis’ latest film “High Life” will be making an appearance at the fest and will compete with the coveted Golden Shell. Details of her latest film, starring Robert Pattinson, have been scarce, as we’ve only seen a few pictures and the briefest of plot descriptions. However, now we know of one of the first places you’ll be able to check out this film. It should be noted that this won’t be a world premiere for the film, as many are expecting “High Life” to have a big premiere at one of the upcoming North American festivals.

However, we did get one of the better plot descriptions for “High Life” from the festival’s announcement:

Deep space. Beyond our solar system. Monte and his infant daughter Willow live together aboard a spacecraft, in complete isolation. A solitary man, whose strict self-discipline is a protection against desire –his own and that of others– Monte fathered the girl against his will. His sperm was used to inseminate Boyse, the young woman who gave birth to her. They were members of a crew of prisoners: space convicts, death row inmates. Guinea pigs sent on a mission to the black hole closest to Earth. Now only Monte and Willow remain. And Monte is changed. Through his daughter, for the first time, he experiences the birth of an all-powerful love. Willow grows, becoming a young girl, then a young woman.

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