BIOGRAPHY

Robert Douglas Thomas Pattinson (Born 13 May 1986, London) is a British actor and musician.

Robert first came to the attention of fans in 2005 playing Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.  His first foray into acting came via amateur theatre at the Barnes Theatre Company where he was cast in Guys and Dolls, Our Town, Anything Goes, Macbeth and Tess of the d’Urbervilles. It was during this last role that Robert came to the attention of a casting agent.

During 2004 to 2007, he had supporting roles in various films both screen and made for television, but Robert’s biggest breakthrough would come in 2008 when he landed the role of Edward Cullen in Twilight.  2008 would also see him land roles in small indie films such as Oliver Irving’s How To Be and Paul Morrison’s Little Ashes.  But the success of Twilight would see him reprise the role of Edward Cullen from 2009 to 2012 in the next 4 instalments of the saga.

During 2009, Rob would also star in Allen Coulter’s Remember Me, of which he was also executive producer.  In 2010, Robert would go on to star in Donnellan & Ormerod’s directorial debut of the screen adaptation of Guy de Maupassant’s 1885 novel Bel Ami and Francis Lawrence’s adaptation of Sara Gruen’s novel, Water for Elephants.  However, Robert’s second breakthrough would come in 2012 when he was cast in David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis. Although the movie received a lukewarm response, what it did achieve was a turnaround in the perception of Robert’s acting.  The film premiered at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival and competed for the Palme d’Or.  It was the first time one of Robert’s films premiered at the Festival, but it was not going to be the last.  It was also the beginning of Robert focusing on building a resume of working with some of his favourite and renowned indie directors.

In 2013 the world would see Robert in a slightly different role as the face of Dior Homme Fragrances.   The campaign titled 1000 Lives included a short film shot by Romain Gavras, featuring model Camille Rowe and photographed by Nan Goldin.  Goldin would later release a book entitled “Robert Pattinson 1000 Lives” featuring shots from the shoot.  The uncensored version of the steamy commercial has garnered over 21 million YouTube hits.  It is understood that Robert signed on as the face of Dior Homme for 3 years.

In 2014, Robert would again be back at Cannes with not one but two film premieres.  The first would be a special screening of David Michod’s The Rover in which Robert would win his most critical acclaim to date for his performance of Rey opposite Guy Pearce.  The second was Robert’s second film with David Cronenberg which was again competing for the Palme d’Or, Maps to the Stars.  Although Robert’s role was minor, his performance was again well received.

In 2015, Robert’s films with Werner Herzog’s Queen of the Desert (in competition for the Golden Bear) and Anton Corbijn’s Life (special screening) both premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival.  During the start of 2015, Robert filmed Brady Corbet’s directorial debut, The Childhood of a Leader which had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival in September 2015 and won best debut film and best director.  Since then, it has screened at numerous festivals picking up more awards.  Mid year in 2015, James Gray’s The Lost City of Z finally went into production filming in Ireland and Colombia.

In 2016, Robert filmed the Safdie Bros “Good Time” and went way under the radar when it emerged he was on set filming the Zellner Bros “Damsel“.   The trailer for The Lost City of Z was leaked in April 2016, and the initial reaction was stellar.  The film had its World Premiere at the 54th New York Film Festival and it international premiere at Berlinale in 2017 with worldwide release following. The critics reviews so far have been outstanding.

In 2017, Robert collected major accolades along the way for his “ambitious and intriguing projects”.  In addition to the release of The Lost City of Z, 2017 saw Robert back at the 70th Cannes Film Festival with the Safdie Bros “Good Time” in competition for the Palme d’Or.  Robert on the Croisette is always happiness. The film might not have won the Palm d’Or or Best Actor for Robert, it did however win best soundtrack for OPN and garnered the best attention for Robert with critics claiming the best performance of his career (and confirmed by Rob winning the International Cinephile Society Award for Best Actor).  The Safdies and Rob experienced a 6 minute standing ovation at the end of the Cannes premiere. To date the film has received wide acclaim especially in relation to Robert’s performance.  2017 also saw Rob finally film Claire Denis’ “High Life” which is currently in post production and although it didn’t premiere at Cannes as hoped, there are rumours swirling that it may premiere at the Venice Film Festival held in Aug/September 2018.

As predicted, the beginning of 2018 saw the Zellner Bros “Damsel” with Mia Wasikowska have its international premiere at Sundance and although it had mixed reviews, Rob’s performance received positive praise again.  The film also had its world premiere at Berlinale on 16 February 2018 before heading off to SXSX in Austin Texas in March.  Magnolia Pictures came on board to distribute in the US with a 22 June 2018 release.  It has also had a myriad of screenings at film festivals across the Globe.  Sadly nothing for Sydney, although it did have two screenings at the Melbourne International Film Festival in July/August 2018.

In 2018, Rob filmed Robert Egger’s next project “The Lighthouse” with Willem Dafoe in Nova Scotia.  News swirled on 31 May 2018, that Rob had officially joined David Michôd and Joel Edgerton’s “The King” – there was definitely a “was he wasn’t he” period for some time when it mysteriously appeared on Rob’s IMDbPro page.  It was good to finally see official confirmation that he was in fact involved and would be portraying The Dauphin.  

High Life had it’s world premiere at Toronto International Film Festival on 9 September 2018.  Again, much like Damsel it has had mixed reviews, although the critics have loved it and Claire Denis garnered the Critics Award at the San Sebastian Film Festival.  Rob attended all three premieres – TIFF, SIFF and NYFF.  

Rob next filmed Ciro Guerra’s adaptation of J M Coetzee’s Nobel Prize winning novel “Waiting for the Barbarians” in November and December 2018.  Oscar winner, Mark Rylance (Bridge of Spies) stars as The Magistrate and Johnny Depp as Colonel Joll alongside Rob as Warrant Officer Mandel. That finished up the year in films that we are all eagerly anticipating to watch in 2019.

2019 saw Rob surprising fans of Good Time at the screening of the film at the Kerwin Frost Film Festival in Brooklyn, New York in March. Rob was in Brooklyn due to some reshoots for The Lighthouse. Filming Antonio Campos’, The Devil All the Time in Birmingham, Alabama in March kickstarted the year in respect of Rob filming. Originally Rob was scheduled to portray the character “Roy Laferty” who is described on the backcover of the novel as “The spider-handling preacher Roy and his crippled virtuoso-guitar-playing sidekick are running from the law”.  But since late February 2019, his character is now Preacher Preston Teagardin. Rob had previously talked about his role with Esquire UK where he was quoted as saying:

There’s this line in it — and sometimes that’s all you need. And it’s like, ‘Ooh… that’s scary to say’. Because it’ll go down in posterity and I’ll be the one saying it. You literally cannot get darker. It’s fucking dark. This character is an evangelical preacher in the South in the Fifties, but he’s gleefully bad and kind of funny and charismatic too. I know, it’s irresistible.

I wonder if his thoughts have changed since being recast as Teagardin?

What was considered one of the strangest rumours of 2019 that Rob was being linked to Matt Reeves’ The Batman film – turned out to be the news of the year. Rob is officially #TheBatman. Another surprise casting was Rob in Christopher Nolan’s new film “Tenet” which is currently in post production with a release date of 17 July 2020. Rob spent time in between shooting Tenet promoting The Lighthouse which had its premiere at Toronto International Film Festival. Rob received rave reviews for his portrayal of Ephraim Winslow and although word was that A24 would campaign for Rob to be nominated for a Best Actor Oscar it never transpired. Also released at Venice Film Festival was The King. Again Rob’s cameo (which is about 15 minutes in all in a 2hr 20 min film) received some incredible reviews with people saying he steals the limelight of the film (I have to agree). Waiting for the Barbarians also premiered at Venice. However, Rob’s tiny role is apparently a long wait – currently there is no release date for the film. During October, Mill Valley International Film Festival also ran a “Spotlight” on Rob’s career and presented him with their award.

The beginning of 2020 saw Rob on the set of The Batman filming in the UK. However, on 14 March 2020, it was confirmed that filming was suspended as a safeguard to COVID-19. On 25 March 2020, Matt Reeves confirmed that filming had been shutdown and that at this stage everyone involved was safe and well. It later transpired that Andrew Jack, a voice coach on the film, passed away due to COVID-19. The film is now well and truly behind schedule since only one quarter of the film has been completed and the release date pushed back to 1 October 2021. The release of Tenet was also pushed back – first to 31 July and then to 12 August. Time will tell if it will release then or be pushed back yet again. Antonio Campos confirmed in July that a trailer was currently being edited and that Netflix “The Devil All the Time” will be released in the Fall. With many film festivals being postponed or cancelled, it will be interesting to see when we will be able to return to the cinemas and see some of Rob’s films in 2020. Heaven knows lots of other films are now going straight to VOD due to the the worldwide crisis. I wonder if we will ever see Waiting for the Barbarians in Australia. The US will have a VOD release on 7 August 2020. In other news, Rob decided to become a photographer and whilst in lockdown produced some incredible photos for an interview in GQ. We always knew he was a man of many talents.

In other film news, not much is known about Mona Fastvold’s “The Bleaching Yard” which was mentioned by Brady during a 2016 interview, so we’re still not sure if it will eventuate or if Rob is able to be involved. Claire Denis’s The Stars at Noon is currently in pre-production, the script is complete and Stuart Staples is working on a soundtrack. However , Claire has confirmed that Rob needs to complete his commitment for The Batman before filming can commence on her film. Looks like we may not see this film until late 2021 or early 2022.

Rob’s career is going from strength to strength, receiving critical reviews for performances – it’s been a long time coming but people are finally tuning in to what we’ve known all along.

As for Dior, Robert is still the face of Dior Homme and the new fragrance was launched at a private dinner hosted by Rob and Kim Jones post Dior Men’s Winter Show in Paris on 17 January 2020. The new campaign has slowly been unleashed. You can always check out what’s happening with Rob and Dior at our Dior Master Post.

Outside of acting, Robert has been a supporter of various charities including Hope for Haiti Now, Stand Up to Cancer, the GO Campaign since 2013 and was announced in Nov 2015 as first ambassador, International Medical Corps, becoming one of their first responders, Prostate Cancer Research Foundation, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and the Royal Flying Doctor Service.  On 15 November 2017, Rob was co-chair of the inaugural Fred Hollows Foundation Gala in Los Angeles along with Lisa Wilkinson, Joel Edgerton, Leonardo Di Caprio and Al Pacino to name a few.  In April 2018, Rob showed his support by filming a PSA for the Turtle Conservancy.

Musically, Robert plays both guitar and piano and writes his own music.  One of his songs, Never Think, which he cowrote with Sam Bradley was featured on the soundtrack of Twilight and he sang three songs, not his own, on the soundtrack of How To Be.  In 2011, Robert was in the audience at a intimate concert for Songs From a Room in London when he decided to do an impromptu performance of an original song.  In recent times, Death Grips’ sampled Robert playing guitar on their track “Birds“.

With regards to film soundtracks, as we are all aware, Rob has 2 songs on Twilight, and he can now add Damsel and High Life, the former singing a song penned by David Zellner called “Honeybun” and the latter a song called “Willow” written by Stuart A Staples of the Tindersticks which was released on iTunes in March 2019. Of course he also sings Pretty Girl Rock in The Rover and that lovely little sea shanty ditty in The Lighthouse.


AWARDS & NOMINATIONS

2008

  • Hollywood Film Awards (Won, Hollywood Film Award, New Hollywood)
  • Strasbourg International Film Festival, (Won, Festival Prize, Best Actor for How To Be (2008))

2009

  • Empire Awards UK, (Nominated, Best Newcomer)
  • Kids’ Choice Awards, Australia (Nominated, Blimp Award, Favorite Movie Star for The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009))
  • MTV Movie Awards
    • (Won, MTV Movie Awards, Breakthrough Performance Male for Twilight (2008))
    • (Won, MTV Movie Awards, Best Kiss for Twilight (2008) shared with Kristen Stewart)
    • (Won, MTV Movie Awards, Best Fight for Twilight (2008) shared with Cam Gigandet)
  • Teen Choice Awards:
    • (Won, Teen Choice Award, Choice Movie Actor for Drama for Twilight (2008))
    • (Won, Teen Choice Award, Choice Movie: Liplock for Twilight (2008) shared with Kristen Stewart)
    • (Won, Teen Choice Award, Choice Movie Rumble for Twilight  (2008) shared with Cam Gigandet)
    • (Won, Teen Choice Award, Choice Male Hottie)

2010

  • Empire Awards UK, (Nominated, Best Actor for The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009)
  • Kids’ Choice Awards, Australia
    • (Won, Blimp Award, Cutest Couple – shared with Kristen Stewart)
    • (Nominated, Blimp Award, Favorite Movie Star for Remember Me (2010) and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010))
    • (Nominated, Blimp Award, Favorite Kiss for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010))
  • Kids’ Choice Awards, USA (Nominated, Blimp Award, Cutest Couple shared with Kristen Stewart)
  • MTV Movie Awards
    • (Won, MTV Movie Award, Best Male Performance for The Twilight Saga:  New Moon (2009)
    • (Won, MTV Movie Award, Best Kiss for The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009) shared with Kristen Stewart)
  • People’s Choice Awards, USA
    • (Won, People’s Choice Award, Favorite On Screen Team for Twilight (2008) shared with Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart)(Nominated, People’s Choice Award, Favorite Movie Actor)
  • Razzie Awards
    • (Nominated, Razzie Award, Worst Supporting Actor for The Twilight Saga:  New Moon (2009))
    • (Nominated, Razzie Award, Worst Screen Couple for The Twilight Saga:  New Moon (2009) shared with Kristen Stewart)
  • Scream Awards (Won, Best Fantasy Actor for The Twilight Saga:  Eclipse (2010))
  • Teen Choice Awards:
    • (Won, Teen Choice Award, Choice Movie: Liplock for The Twilight Saga:  New Moon (2009) shared with Kristen Stewart)
    • (Won, Teen Choice Award, Choice Movie Actor for Drama for Remember Me (2009))
    • (Won, Teen Choice Award, Choice Movie: Chemistry for The Twilight Saga:  New Moon (2009) shared with Kristen Stewart)
    • (Won, Teen Choice Award, Choice Summer Movie Star: Male for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010))
    • (Nominated, Teen Choice Award, Choice Movie Actor for Fantasy for The Twilight Saga:  New Moon (2009))

2011

  • Alliance of Women Film Journalists (Won, EDA Special Mention Award, Most Egregious Age Difference Between the Leading Man and the Love Interest for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 (2011). Shared with Kristen Stewart.
  • CinEuphoria Awards, (Won, Best Actor for International Competition for Remember Me (2010))
  • MTV Movie Awards
    • (Won, MTV Movie Award, Best Male Performance for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010))
    • (Won, MTV Movie Award, Best Kiss for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010) shared with Kristen Stewart)
    • (Won, MTV Movie Award, Best Fight for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010) shared with Xavier Samuel and Bryce Dallas Howard)
  • People’s Choice Awards, USA
    • (Won, People’s Choice Award, Favorite On Screen Team for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010) shared with Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart)
    • (Nominated, People’s Choice Award, Favorite Movie Actor)
    • (Nominated, People’s Choice Award, Favorite Movie Star Under 25)
  • Razzie Awards (Nominated, Worst Actor for Remember Me (2009) and The Twilight Saga:  Eclipse (2010)
  • Graumann’s Chinese Theatre, signature, foot & hand print ceremony with Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner
  • Teen Choice Awards:
    • (Won, Teen Choice Award, Choice Vampire for The Twilight Saga:  Eclipse (2010))
    • (Won, Teen Choice Award, Choice Movie Actor: Romance for Water For Elephants (2011))
    • (Nominated, Teen Choice Award, Choice Movie Actor Sci-Fi/Fantasy for The Twilight Saga:  Eclipse (2010))
    • (Nominated, Teen Choice Award, Choice Movie: Liplock for The Twilight Saga:  Eclipse (2010) shared with Kristen Stewart)

2012

  • MTV Movie Awards (Won, MTV Movie Award, Best Kiss, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 (2011) shared with Kristen Stewart)
  • People’s Choice Awards, USA (Nominated, People’s Choice Award, Favorite Movie Actor)
  • Razzie Awards, (Nominated, Razzie Award, Worst Screen Couple for The Twilight Saga:  Breaking Dawn Part 1 (2011) shared with Kristen Stewart)
  • Rembrandt Award, (Nominated, Rembrandt Award, Best International Actor (Beste Buitenlandse Acteur) for Water for Elephants (2011))
  • Alliance of Women’s Film Journalists (Won, EDA Special Mention Award, Most Egregious Age Difference Between the Leading Man and the Love Interest for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 (2011) shared with Kristen Stewart)
  • Teen Choice Awards:
    • (Nominated, Teen Choice Award, Choice Movie: Liplock for The Twilight Saga:  Breaking Dawn Part 1 (2011) shared with Kristen Stewart
    • (Nominated, Teen Choice Award, Choice Movie Actor: Romance for The Twilight Saga:  Breaking Dawn Part 1 (2011))
    • (Nominated, Teen Choice Award, Choice Movie Actor Sci-Fi/Fantasy for The Twilight Saga:  Breaking Dawn Part 1 (2011))
    • (Nominated, Teen Choice Award, Choice Male Hottie)

2013

  • Razzie Awards
    • (Nominated, Razzie Award, Worst Actor for The Twilight Saga:  Breaking Dawn Part 2 (2012))
    • (Nominated, Razzie Award, Worst Screen Couple for The Twilight Saga:  Breaking Dawn Part 2 (2012) shared with Kristen Stewart)
  • Teen Choice Awards:
    • (Won, Teen Choice Award, Choice Movie: Liplock for The Twilight Saga:  Breaking Dawn Part 2 (2012) shared with Kristen Stewart)
    • (Won, Teen Choice Award, Choice Movie Actor: Romance for The Twilight Saga:  Breaking Dawn Part 2 (2012))
    • (Nominated, Teen Choice Award, Choice Movie Actor Sci-Fi/Fantasy for The Twilight Saga:  Breaking Dawn Part 2 (2012))
  • Vancouver Film Critics Circle, (Nominated, VFCC Award, Best Actor in a Canadian Film for Cosmopolis (2012))

2015

  • Australian Film Institute, (Nominated, AACTA Awards, Best Supporting Actor for The Rover (2014))
  • Canadian Screen Awards (Nominated, Canadian Screen Awards Best Supporting Actor for Maps to the Stars (2014))
  • Film Critics Circle of Australia (Nominated, Best Actor – Supporting Role for The Rover (2014))

2017

2018

2019

  • Mill Valley Film Festival , Presented with Spotlight Award
  • IndieWire Critics Poll, Best Lead Actor for The Lighthouse (Nominated)
  • Indiana Film Journalists Association, Best Lead Actor for The Lighthouse and Best Lead Actor for High Life (Nominated)
  • Fright Meter Awards, Best Lead Actor for The Lighthouse (Nominated)
  • Dublin Film Critics Circle Awards, Best Actor for High Life (Tied in 8th place with Stephan James for If Beale Street Could Talk)
  • Detroit Film Critics Society Awards, Best Lead Actor for The Lighthouse (Nominated)

2020

  • London Critics Circle Film Awards, British/Irish Actor of the Year for The Lighthouse, High Life and The King (WON)
  • Film Independent Spirit Awards, Best Male Lead for The Lighthouse (Nominated)
  • North Dakota Film Society, NDFS Award Best Actor for The Lighthouse (Nominated)
  • Central Ohio Film Critics Association, Best Actor for The Lighthouse (Nominated)
  • Fangoria Chainsaw Award 2020, Best Actor (WON)
  • Awards Circuit Community Awards, ACCA Best Actor in a Leading Role for The Lighthouse (2019) (Nominated)
  • CinEuphoria Awards
    • Best Ensemble – International Competition for The King (2019) (Nominated)
    • Best Duo – International Competition for The Lighthouse (2019) (Nominated)
    • Best Duo – International Competition for The King (2019) (Nominated)
    • Best Actor – International Competition for The Lighthouse (2019) (WON)
  • Faro Island Film Festival
    • Golden Carp Film Award – International Favorite Actor for High Life (2018) (Nominated)
    • Golden Carp Film Award – International, Best Leading Actor-Audience for The Lighthouse (2019) (WON)
    • Golden Carp Film Award – International, Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role for The Lighthouse (2019) (Nominated)

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    The Batman Role: Bruce Wayne | Batman
    Director: Matt Reeves
    Release Date: 1 October 2021. Filming commenced 27 Jan 2020 | Filming suspended 14 March 2020 due to COVID-19. Production rumoured to recommence 6 July 2020. Stay tuned for DCFanDome with exclusive content - 22 August 2020



    Tenet Role: TBA
    Director: Christopher Nolan
    Release Date: 12 August 2020 unless COVID-19 spikes



    Waiting for the Barbarians Role: Warrant Officer Mandel
    Director: Ciro Guerra
    Release Date: World Premiere Venice FF 6 Sept 2019 | Opening film Cartagena FF 11 March 2020. Releasing digitally in US on 7 August 2020



    The Devil All the Time Role: Preston Teagardin
    Director: Antonio Campos
    Release Date: Antonio Campos confirmed on 9 July 2020 releasing on Netflix in the Fall 2020 (Spring/Summer southern hemisphere).



    The Stars at Noon Role: TBA
    Director: Claire Denis
    Release Date: 2021 - Pre-Production: 18 February 2020 (Rumoured to be filming September 2020 in South America).


    The Lighthouse Role: Ephraim Winslow
    Director: Robert Eggers
    Release Date: Screening at TIFF Sept 2019 | US 18 Oct 2019 - DVD releases at Film Page - click News below



    The King Role: The Dauphin of France
    Director: David Michôd
    Release Date: World Premiere (Out of Competition) Venice Film Festival 2019 2 Sept 2019 | Now on Netflix.



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