September 30th, 2020 / No Comments

Robert Pattinson isn’t scared of anything according to his sister Lizzie

This interview is from 2010 when Lizzie Pattinson played the Isle of Wight Festival. She ended up in the backstage Absolute van and was asked about growing up with her famous brother, Rob and what he was scared of. Thanks @Monsieur_HJ for highlighting this as I don’t think I’ve watched it before. Full interview about Rob starts at about 4:31 (hopefully the vid below is on that mark).

September 27th, 2020 / 1 Comment

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Robert Pattinson & Director/Co-Writer Antonio Campos discuss acting, accents, inspirations, and the making of The Devil All The Time.

September 26th, 2020 / 3 Comments

Antonio Campos talks Casting Robert Pattinson in The Devil All the Time

UPDATED: 26 September 2020 – LA Times & Final Draft added to top of post (previous interviews after the cut)


26 September 2020: From LA Times:

Antonio, from the moment the trailer for ‘The Devil All the Time” was released people have been talking about Robert Pattinson as a sleazy Southern preacher. I don’t know what your conversations were like before shooting, but as a director, what do you do when Robert Pattinson shows up with that performance?

Campos: You go give him a big hug [and say], “Let’s do this.” It’s exactly what Sean was saying like with Carrie and that scene; you get these great actors, [and] you gotta embrace it and encourage it. Rob was very close to the vest about his process leading up to shooting. We talked about character, but he didn’t want to, like, share his accent with me. We kept trying to schedule dialect coach sessions with him. And he would always find some reason for it not to happen. And it was clear he didn’t want to engage in that process, which was really important in some ways, because everybody had to be from West Virginia or Ohio. So we really had to nail that sound.

But Rob kind of came from another part of the world. So it didn’t really matter that he sounded like anybody else; he sounded like he was [from] Tennessee, but also there’s nothing else to compare him to. So he really kind of had the freedom to run with that. And so when he showed up and he came into the scene and he did that accent and he was talking the way he talked, it was like, “OK, there’s the guy.”

And I will say that my No. 1 note to Rob in this movie was, “Go as far as you want to go.” I was like, “Don’t be scared to go big. You cannot go too big.” And he definitely did it at times, which is really funny because he would make himself laugh when he went there. But we always knew that we could rein it in. I just love performances that swing for the fences.

From Final Draft (link to podcast or watch YouTube below)

Antonio and Paulo Campos talking Rob – they talk about Rob wanting to be Teagardin, what it was like for them to see the characters in their mind coming to life and Rob’s performance. It starts around 15:08:

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September 23rd, 2020 / No Comments

John David Washington thinks there may be a sequel with the Protagonist and Robert Pattinson’s Neil


Esquire interviewed John David Washington and they asked if he thought there may be a Tenet sequel that features his character, The Protagonist, and Rob’s character, Neil. For those who haven’t seen the film, I’m adding the transcript excerpt below, but be wary to read the whole print article or watch the video interview (even though JDW talks Rob having difficultes driving with that gas mask on) as there are SPOILERS:

In my mind, that’s a yes!” he said. “We will be doing this again, we’ll see you in a couple of years.” But don’t get too excited, Tenetheads—Washington was quick to acknowledge that this could just be wishful thinking on his part. “In reality, I don’t know,” he continued. “Chris does what he wants. Maybe he has something that he’s developed for years that he wants to do next, maybe he’s been inspired by something else he sees and wants to do that, I don’t know. I hope we get to do it again, I hope we get to explore more, because I think we found something really unique.”

September 13th, 2020 / No Comments

Robert Pattinson Kept Batman A Secret From Christopher Nolan during #Tenet Filming

From LADBible:

Obviously Chris somehow knew the most top secret thing that I was supposed to keep under wraps and then he was like ‘oh, you’re doing the Batman screen test aren’t you on Wednesday?’ I was like ‘no’. It’s kind of embarrassing.

Click on the gif of Rob below to watch the interview

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September 11th, 2020 / 1 Comment

Antonio Campos talks directing Robert Pattinson, Tom Holland and more

Antonio Campos talks about fans reacting to Batman, Spiderman and The Winter Soldier actors coming together on The Devil All the Time.

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