August 27th, 2017 / 3 Comments


Weekly update on all career news for Robert Pattinson

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I wondered how long it would be until Juliette Binoche posted a photo of Robert on her instagram. We didn’t have to wait long at all. GOOD TIME:  We’re still getting some interviews both in print and video from the US press junket – CBSSunday, EW and finally ColliderFrosty.  Robert talked the Safdies Bros with The BostonGlobe and told BillyGoodykoontz that he had “no regrets whatsoever”.  Whilst the Safdie Bros couldn’t stop talking Robert – first with Ain’t it Cool, then with The Young Folk where they agreed “Pattinson has proven to be an incredibly versatile actor” and with Vanyaland on how much Robert was involved with the formation of Connie’s character and what preparation methods were used.  Not only did Good Time get a wider release in the US (which I mention below), but Portugal finally lock down a date (thanks @justoneofus1 for the head up) as did Austria and the UK found itself with two distributors and a November release date. No doubt it’s November so ensure Robert can probably attend a premiere in his hometown. As for film festivals – Goiai (Italy) is having a screening this weekend and Jameson Cinefest in Hungary has included in theh film competition. They also confirmed that it will be the only time to see the film on the big screen before it premiers on Netflix. Deauville confirmed that there will be a photocall and press conference with Robert for Good Time on 2 September 2017. Another week and some more great shots of Robert as Connie shared by the Safdie Bros|Elara. Posh shared 3 new UHQ photos from the LA photoshoot. Robert did his first Reddit Q&A – personally I’m not a fan of Reddit but it was good to see Robert on social media for a a short time – I did laugh at his response to considering joining – he’s a smart man. Dominic Gouin shared his photo of Robert from Fantasia too. HIGH LIFE:  Is well and truly under way with Juliette Binoche posting photos from the ESA European Astronaut Training Centre in Cologne. Actors lead charmed lives sometimes. Juliette also shared a pic of Claire Denis with Mia Goth and we didn’t have to wait very long for her to share a pic of Robert. THE LOST CITY OF Z:  With the Australian release a few reviews have come out so I naturally updated the International Roundup. It seems that the the film has slipped under the radar – cannot believe how few cinemas are screening it. Just doesn’t make sense why they waited so long and pretty much missed the promo boat for this film. DIOR: I updated the Dior #DiorLoveChain post with a new slightly longer video of Robert and we even have a new photo. IN OTHER NEWS:  Deauville Festival of American Cinema is honouring Robert and screening 5 of his films as a tribute – Good Time, The Lost City of Z, Twilight, Cosmopolis and Life. The Souvenir Part 1, although Robert isn’t involved as far as we know, is listed as “filming” since 20 August 2017 on IMDbPro. Aussies or should I say Melburnians – ACMI is screening Good Time from 6 to 27 October – few days earlier than the official release which is 12 October 2017. COMING UP NEXT WEEK:   The Lost City of Z will be released on DVD in Belgium and in cinemas in New Zealand.  Poland can see The Childhood of a Leader as part of Kino Pod Baranami. Good Time has a wider release in the US with 700+ cinemas and if you’re in Italy, you can check out a screening today (Sunday) at Gioia Film Festival and at Santiago Film Festival in Chile.  In case you’re wondering if your country has a release date yet – check out our Good Time film page HERE.  Until next week …

GOOD TIME

Distributors, Release Dates and Film Festivals:  @DeauvilleUS Tribute + Presenting #GoodTime | Portugal | Gioia Film Fest | Jameson Cinefest (Hungary) | Austria | Belgium | UK

PRINT INTERVIEWS (Safdie Bros): Vanity Fair France + Translation

PRINT INTERVIEWS (Robert):  BostonGlobe | Bill Goodykoontz – Pattinson Has “No Regrets Whatsoever” | The Young Folk | Vanyaland

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August 20th, 2017 / 1 Comment


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Well thanks to Kevin McCarthy we know Robert’s definitely in Germany about to film High Life *happydance*. GOOD TIME: Now that the promo is over for Robert at least, the Safdies are still doing press and Q&As and thankfully keeping those BTS and set photos of Robert coming. Loving the mugshots of younger Connie.  No doubt due to the successful promo and press junket, the opening weekend in LA/NY was strong which is good news for all involved. The film opens wider next week in the US. Speaking of promo/press junket – The Knockturnal gave us some great comments from Robert and about Robert and we had some additional insights from the Safdies in their print interviews. As for release dates -Norway will now release in October; Sweden pushed theirs back by a week; Brazil will release on 19 October not 2018 as previously mentioned;and the Safdies confirmed UK will be getting the film in October as will Turkey and South Africa. Film Festivals – Cologne is using Connie Nikas as their key visual – so we will find out on 12 September when the film will screen. Bet they’re hoping Robert might attend since he is filming High Life. On the video front: The Academy uploaded a great interview – Academy Conversations which was recorded when Robert presented the film to them last week. There was a new Associated Press interview where Robert mentions people who see filming on the streets tend to have a “lookeyloo” and A24 gave us another clip from the scene where Connie and Nick are running from the police. As for podcasts – those who don’t want spoilers, you might want to miss BitchTalk, but for those who have seen the film Robert gives a little bit more information about one of the scenes with “Crystal”. I’ve also tweeted a few podcasts from the Safdie Bros not involving Robert for those interested. Although technically not a podcast, Kevin McCarthy interviewed Robert by phone last Friday and we didn’t have to wait long for it. The movie and more importantly Robert’s performance is still garnering great praise so you might want to check out the Review roundup which I have been adding to A LOT. I also added a few new pics of Robert from the LA press junket. THE LOST CITY OF Z:  Whilst looking for Good Time releases I found that the film is currently in Danish cinemas since 10 August. The DVD is being released on 24 August, so it’s great it had a theatrical release. South Korea finally has a September theatrical release too. QUEEN OF THE DESERT: The US waited long enough for the release of the film, now they’ve pushed back their DVD release from September to December. Guess I know what Robert fans will be getting for Christmas. DIOR:  Gave us a nice little surprise this week as part of their latest promo for Miss Dior. IN OTHER NEWS:  For those who love to listen to David Michôd he recently did a podcast where he discussed Australia and it’s film industry with Murmur Radio – he doesn’t talk about Robert but he does talk about The Rover. Justin Chang mentioned High Life in the LA Times interview with Robert where Robert mentioned he was filming “this Sunday”.  So as we know from Kevin McCarthy – Robert’s finally on set. Fear and Shame is now on Robert’s IMDb page. Also Bravo Pictures (Hong Kong) have released a subtitled Good Time trailer. OPN discussed making the Good Time soundtrack with Fader. COMING UP NEXT WEEK: The Lost City of Z is finally being released in cinemas in Australia; whilst Denmark and Sweden are releasing it on DVD.  Good Time can be seen at the upcoming Santiago Film Festival and also cinema release in the Czech Republic and Quebec.  Italy can still see The Childhood of a Leader in cinemas in Milan, Florence and Spoleto. I do love PromoRobert but I also love quieter weeks were we can appreciate the goodness we’ve had in the whirlwind that was the North American promo.  See you next week.

GOOD TIME

Distributors, Release Dates and Film Festivals:  Norway | Sweden | Brazil | UK | Turkey | South Africa | Cologne FF

*NEW* BTS Photo of Robert Pattinson as Connie Nikas “Just A Couple of Guys Working at a Car Wash”

US BOX OFFICE ROUNDUP: #GoodTime Opens Strong at Specialty Box Office

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August 13th, 2017 / 6 Comments


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I don’t even know where to begin for week 2 of PromoRobert – even I had trouble keeping up, but there was so much goodness. So so much. GOOD TIME:  Robert started off our week (although it was still Sunday in LA) presenting Good Time at The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences – he’s really playing with the big kids now. Robert then appeared at Q&As – MetrographNYC, the Alamo Drafthouse NY and of course TimesTalk and the last two Q&As at AMC Loews Lincoln Square and Regal at Union Square. Add to that TV appearances on The Charlie Rose Show, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Good Morning America and BuildSeriesNYC because he obviously loves being busy.  In the middle of all this was the New York premiere with more interviews on the red carpet.  We had two new print interviews – The Culture Pages which was a great read; then GQ which for me was not really a great read – her writing style was annoying and she really didn’t get any information out of Robert – not surprised he wasn’t as open as he has been with some others during this promo. However, I guess GQ redeemed itself with the photoshoot and Robert’s directorial debut for his autobiographical “Fear and Shame”.  Hope some people take on board what Rob’s been clearly saying for some time about what it’s like to be hounded. Posh spoilt all of us with so much goodness – not just from the premieres and appearances, but also the photoshoots.  I do love PromoRobert but I’m in need of a long overdue holiday. Speaking of spoilt – how about all those Connie Nikas BTS pics that were shared and the footage. In other Good Time news, Norway Film Festival finally released dates and Santiago Film Festival will also screen the film. DAMSEL: The Zellner Bros clearly also want to be Robert’s costars. HIGH LIFE:  We already knew Juliette replaced Patricia, but I’m just being thorough. Also, there was a tiny High Life mention in the GQ interview – Robert should be on set at the beginning of September. IN OTHER NEWS:  I loved loved loved The SAG-AFTRA “Conversation with Robert” – and I’m little ‘starstruck’ that when I tweeted about how great Jenelle Riley’s intro to Robert was – I wasn’t expecting her to respond. I also loved The Nerdist Podcast.  Both those interviews are now amongst my favourites. I’ve also updated the movie review post – general consensus is that the film is a hit. COMING UP NEXT WEEK:  You can still catch The Lost City of Z at New Zealand Film Festival and Melbourne Film Festiavl.  Germany will have it’s DVD release.  Good Time is officially out in LA & New York (a wider US release will be happening from 25 August). You can also catch it at the New Zealand and Norwegian film festivals.  Looking forward to a quieter week. In case the links below are too confusing or I’ve missed mentioning something important, you can check out the chronological masterpost for Good Time North American Promo Tour here. See you next Sunday after what will hopefully be a quieter week.

GOOD TIME

Distributors, Release Dates & Film Festivals:  Santiago FF (Chile) | Norway FF

SOCIAL MEDIA:  The Academy | Arclight Hollywood *Updated* | Prepping for Charlie Rose + Photo | Alamo Drafthouse NY Q&A | NY Q&As

VIDEO & AUDIO INTERVIEWS:  5 Minutes (MiNDFOODMagazine) | Conversations with Robert Pattinson (SAG-AFTRA) | The Frame (Audio) | The Hollywood Reporter | Reuters (Sleeping in BuildSeriesNYC | USAToday | IGN | TimesTalk Q&A | KTLA5 | CBS LA Eyes on Entertainment

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August 6th, 2017 / 2 Comments


Weekly roundup of all career news for Robert Pattinson

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GoodTimeMov instagram stories for the win this week and so is Rob.  Seriously can’t believe the farce that happened out of one tiny little joke.  But let’s get to what we’re really here for. GOOD TIME:  Russia has pushed back its release date to the end of September and Cinemanse confirmed the Finnish release date to me. Sri Lanka seems to be releasing on 4 August but I couldn’t find it at any cinema and Scope cinemas confirmed to me that they wouldn’t be screening the film. So I’ll keep looking.  In the meantime, Japan is definitely releasing on 3 November and they have a website set up ready to go soon (I hope). Wow the Safdies are like creepy stalkers with that photo of Robert sleeping. The promo continued along and it was hard to keep up on some days. Robert attended Q&As in San Francisco and LA, did press with the Safdie Bros, had gorgeous portraits taken (thanks Posh!) and we again were spoilt with his dulcet tones. It’s been full on but oh so worth it. The theatrical posters for the Netherlands & France were unleashed as was the dubbed and subtitled German trailers and for the Netherlands. I know which one I prefer. We all wanted a slice of the Nikas bros cake. You know we did!  Robert appeared on JimmyKimmelLive. Personally I thought it was classic Rob, but it was a shame that a classic Rob story was turned into something more – so much that Robert came out with a statement which we know hardly ever happens. What a shame some don’t have a sense of humour. No doubt Stephen Colbert will make something of it as well – will be interesting to see next week. IDOL’S EYE:  We already knew it was on the backburner so it was good of The Playlist to confirm that it’s not happening any time soon. HIGH LIFE: Andre Benjamin! And Patricia Arquette is out. There goes Robert’s high school crush, but we know he has great chemistry with Juliette. Robert also mentioned in his Innerspace interview that he’s doing cosmonaut training in a few weeks. How exhilarating. THE LOST CITY OF Z:  It still amazes me that new photos continue to be uncovered. IN OTHER NEWS: Jules’ Charles Marker helped us step into August. Aussies can preorder the Good Time soundtrack via JBHifi. If you are in NYC you can go to the Safdie Bros curated series that inspired #GoodTime at Metrograph – and maybe they will even have those posters for sale. Robert presented at the 2017 HFPA Grants Banquet. COMING UP NEXT WEEK: The Lost City of Z will be released on DVD in Sweden, Finland, Germany – you can still catch it at NZFF (Wellington) and MIFF (Melbourne) and South Africa will have it’s cinema run. Good Time can be caught at MIFF (Melbourne), Anonimul Festival (Romania) and of course will have it’s LA/NY release.  If you’re in New York, well I’m really jealous, not only do you have the chance to see Robert at the Times Talk Q&A, he’ll also appear on BuildSeriesNYC and on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. There’s also a private “invite only” NYC premiere. I actually am not surprised by this. Lots happening so stay tuned, if I’ve missed dealing with anything in this review, the link will be below.  See you next week.

GOOD TIME

Distributors, Release Dates & Film Festivals:  Russia | Finland | Sri Lanka | Japan | Anonimul Festival (Romania)

*New* Safdie Bros Share Photo of Robert’s Commitment During Filming

FILM COMMENT Q&A:  Social Media *Updated* | Full Video of Q&A

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July 30th, 2017 / 3 Comments


Weekly roundup of all career news for Robert Pattinson

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It’s been a busy week —> GOOD TIME:  Hong Kong has added the film to their Summer Cinema Film Festival as has Sarajevo. Australia has pushed back their release date to 12 October 2017. Promotion in North America has well and truly kicked off with Robert first appearing on the Howard Stern radio show. We also saw glimpses of him at the members screening at the Museum of Moving Images at Astoria, Queens, a bit more on the following day at the Film Comment Q&A at the Walter Reade Theatre in Manhattan and again in Montreal for the North American premiere at Fantasia Film Festival. Posh shared some fabulous HQs. Michelle Miller teased us with a photo and an interview coming up on CBS Sunday Morning as did a few others. I bet Robert’s feeling like he’s back promoting Twilight with all the appearances he’s doing in such a short space of time and the amount of times he’s asked about it. Another day another Q&A for Robert – this time a members only SAG-AFTRA screening in LA and one in San Francisco for Filmmaker Forum. Robert will be appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live next week – that’s usually a treat. So many interviews so little time which is why to make it easy for you to appreciate all the North American promo I’ve created a Masterpost. THE LOST CITY OF Z: Another BTS photo thanks to Kodak and Total Film DVD Review thanks to Posh. IN OTHER NEWS:  Robert is reported to be a presenter at the HFPA Annual Grants Banquet – 2 August is going to be a busy day. Boston International Film Festival will have two screenings with the Safdie Bros attending one I believe. They are definitely attending the members screening on Wednesday at Cinefamily in LA. Love Robert’s “Fast and Curious” responses. Who knew we had Freddie Mercury, Brando, Scorcese and 70’s films in common. Danielle Levitt also spoilt us a lot this week. Also, what were you filming in NY Robert – oh so intrigued. COMING UP NEXT WEEK:  Busy busy times for Robert. The North American promo continues with Robert attending a Q&A in San Francisco on Tuesday, another Q&A at Arclight Hollywood on Wednesday plus presenting at the HFPA Banquet Dinner. Thursday sees Robert at the SAG-AFTRS members screening Q&A plus lead guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live.  The Lost City of Z will be released in Chile (in theatres), Norway (on DVD) and you can still catch it at New Zealand International Film Festivals.  Catch Good Time at New Zealand Film Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival and Locarno Film Festival.  So much happened this week that I’ve probably missed something, but we’ve got another busy week ahead. See you next Sunday.

GOOD TIME

Distributors, Release Dates, Film Festivals & Q&As: HKIFF (Hong Kong) | Hong Kong | SAG-AFTRA Q&A (LA) | Filmmaker Forum Q&A (San Francisco) | Australia | Sarajevo FF

Howard Stern Show:  Audio | Videos | Short Clip by Josh Safdie

Social Media:  #GoodTime Members Screening .@MovingImageNYC | *New* Photo from Interview by Michelle Miller @cbssundaymorning 

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July 23rd, 2017 / 2 Comments


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Thank you for all the lovely birthday wishes – you have no idea how much they mean to me this year. *mwah* Suze, Vertigo & Jules – you have spoilt me to no end and you know I love it! However, let’s talk about more important things – like Robert —-> THE LOST CITY OF Z:  I can’t believe we are still getting new stills and I also love that new promo shot StudioCanalUK shared. As I said in that post 31 days to go until we see it on the big screen. Chile doesn’t have as long but it has been pushed back to August. HIGH LIFE: I retweeted Aurelien Barrau tweeted a photo of Claire Denis by Olafur Eliasson. All three are working on High Life so … make of it what you will. Especially since StudioOlafurEliasson tweeted an intriguing pic of fog in the studio – given that he was with Claire Denis a few days ago as per the photo from Barrau – surely they are working on High Life. Also you will have seen from my retweets that they are casting for the film. GOOD TIME: PromoRobert is in full swing: attending the North American premiere at Fantasia, doing some Q&As – first in LA on 2 August, then two more in New York – the first one with Film Comment on 26 July and the second one with Times Talk on 10 August 2017. The Times Talk is being livestreamed at around 9am Friday morning (Sydney / AEST). Robert’s also attending a members only preview screening at the Museum of Moving Images in Astoria, Queens on 25 July 2017.  Film Festivals:  Lima has the opportunity to see the film. Locarno added screening time and ticket links and thanks to Posh we have HQs of those photos. Also thanks to Posh we have the digital scan of the Safdie Bros article on Good Time in Nylon Magazine. I’ve also posted some spoilerish BTS photos and some great new stills from the official website. THE CHILDHOOD OF A LEADER:  Love it when previously seen stills are provided in HQ. IN OTHER NEWS: Those NYTimes pics – wonder if we will ever see them untagged. OPN shared another one of his tracks from Good Time.  FilmInk interviewed the Safdie Bros in the lead up to MIFF.  COMING UP NEXT WEEK:  The Lost City of Z DVD release in the UK tomorrow (24 July 2017).  Meanwhile at Film Festivals you can watch The Lost City of Z in New Zealand and Good Time in Russia and Montreal. We also get Promo Robert – looking forward to hopefully seeing photos from the Film Comment Q&A and North American premiere at Fantasia and possibly the members screening at The Museum of Moving Images in Astoria.  Until then.

THE LOST CITY OF Z

Distributors, Release Dates and Film Festivals:  Chile

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