Saturday, May 31, 2014

Preview of Rob's interview with Le 1945

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New 'The Rover' uhq stills


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New picture of Rob - new photoshoot coming

Michae Power, photo producer, posted a few new pictures of Rob today. Simon Emmett, one of his tags is an English photographer, and in the second picture, he tagged #esquire. So hopefully, a new photoshoot for Esquire Magazine soon :)


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 A pleasure working with true gentlemen. #robertpattison#simonemmett

New picture from 'The Rover'



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New/old fan pic of Rob

(May 2009)


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"on may18th i met #robertpattinson. it was a thursday and i was getting ready for class, as usual. what i didn't know was that there was rumor rob would be at frankfurt airport that morning, flying from vancouver to frankfurt over to nice. a social network friend gave me the coup and i gave it a thought for exactly 10 seconds. i was living in germany and this was probably my only chance to ever meet him. so i packed a few things and went off. to the airport! what i had to learn the hard way, though, was that 'love actually' fooled us all! getting into an airport was fucking hard, impossible almost, if it wasn't for the money. so i did it, i bought my one-way ticket to copenhagen and hopefully to rob. it still was nothing but a rumor and i was already cursing myself for spending my college money on something i wasn't even sure of if it was true or not. anyways, i went to the gate and i waited... and waited... getting more and more nervous (and cursing at myself some more)... until i finally saw him entering the gate. back then he wasn't as popular as he's now, so he was totally alone, no bodyguard, nothing. not even nick was by his side. he walked past me and idk why but i closed my eyes and i swear to god i felt his presence with every cell of my body. it was as if time stood still for a moment. he sat down somewhere in the backseats of the waiting room and i gathered all my courage to go to him. when i went over to him (my head filled with a zillion OMGs) i thought i was going to faint but the moment i approached him and he looked up to me with his light blue eyes, everything was gone. just like that. it was like talking to an old friend, at least for me it was. rob was just super tired and slightly overwhelmed with the fact that he got recognized yet again. we had a lovely chat nevertheless, it took about 10 minutes and i had a little gift for him which surprised him a lot and he seemed very grateful :) before it was time to leave i asked him if we could take a pic and he said sure, taking the picture himself with my camera. then i asked if it was okay if i hugged him and he allowed it and we said our goodbyes and i left, being an emotional mess for the next two months lol this was today, five years ago, and it'll stay one of the best days of my life forever :) thanks for this memory rob, and have fun in #cannes this year, once again :D < 3 ily"



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Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Rob featured in Les Rockuptibiles Cannes Behind The Scene

Rob at 0:54 and 2:21

 



Festival de Cannes 2014: Le bêtisier des inRocks von lesinrocks



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Rob in The Hollywood Reporter - new photoshoot & interview

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New pic of Rob inside 'Les InRockuptibles' mag

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New video of Rob arriving in the theater at The Rover Cannes Premiere





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Rob on the Cover of 'Hollywood Reporter'

In this week's cover story, #RobertPattinson tells us all about moving past 'Twilight' -- yes, really -- cold-calling directors, and downsizing his life. (Photo by: @austinhargrave)



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Robert De Niro joins Idol's Eyes - production set to start in October







 From Deadline

The plot of director Olivier Assayas’ next pic is being kept under wraps, but it’s described as a sophisticated heist action-thriller. Robert De Niro has joined the cast of Idol’s Eye alongside Robert Pattinson. Benaroya Pictures has come aboard to finance the project, which is expected to start production in October in Chicago and Toronto. Charles Gillibert developed and produced Idol’s Eye with CG Cinema, Bluegrass Films’ Scott Stuber, Film 360’s Scott Lambert, Alexandra Milchan and Michael Benaroya. Ben Sachs is executive producing.

The Wrap, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter and The Playlist also reported this.



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New pictures of Rob at Katy Perry's Concert in London - May 27


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Monday, May 26, 2014

New interview of Rob with My TF1 News

Starts at 5:00







Translation

Hello, Robert.

Hello.

You're here at the Cannes festival with 2 movies - The Rover and Maps to the Stars, and in The Rover you play this simple minded boy. What attracted you in this character?

The script was so different from everything I've done before. I don't know, there was something quite magical about role. I couldn't explain why but something in me resonated really early on.

Did you have to fight to get this role, because it's so different from Twilight and this image we have of you.

Yeah, I auditionned twice for that and I hate auditions so, so badly. It's something I'm really bad at but it was different this time, I really wanted that part. But it's so weird, I tried to play this part and the audition was at David Michôd's house, in L.A.. I was sitting in his living room and I didn't know if what I was doing was good for him or not. But, yeah, I fought really hard to get this part.

Do you feel like you still have to fight  still today, to show everyone you're not this guy from Twilight, that you can play something else?

Yeah, but I think every actor has to go through that so they don't have to play the same part every time. I kinda like that but sometimes it's so disproportionate, with people like wanting you to fail but I like it, it gives me the energy to go forward, like a rage.

Is it easier to get access to the parts or do you have to fight for them?

Yeah, I mean every single part, every different part you have to audition for. I mean what's different between these two movies and Twilight is that you could finance them with just my name. I mean it does really help but you still have to audition for everything.

What was the most challenging thing in this part? We know nothing about your character, the first time we see him, he's hurt and doesn't know where to go so he'll stick to this other guy. What was the most challenging?

I think, probably, the first scene, the one where they meet for the first time. I think it was the first one I shot too. This character is sort of crazy and to have to play him in such a tense scene where he might die, it was pretty difficult. Cause he's pretty foolish and you don't know how much you can push him. It was pretty tough but it was a really fun part cause I could just let myself go in it.

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You're also in Cosmo - no, in Maps to the Stars with David Cronenberg after having played in Cosmopolis. How would you describe your working relationship with him?

I don't know, he's really fun. I like hanging out with him. But yes I said yes to Maps to the Stars before I even saw the script, I wanna be in all his movies. He tells really interesting stuff, the atmosphere on his sets is always so relaxed, everything seems simple and fun. His movies are really cool.

You play a struggling actor who tries to break through while driving limousines. Isn't that a little ironic to give you this part?

Yeah maybe. I mean, what's funny is that in Maps to the Stars, I'm the only one who's normal. Everyone else is totally crazy. I like playing a shitty actor. It's kinda fun.

Do you see Hollywood like in the movie? As this universe with no mercy, mean and fun at the same time, seeing as you're familiar with the place?

I guess in a way, Maps to the Stars gives a really harsh portrayal of Hollywood and lots of people think it has a dark side but most of the time it's fun and it's a great place to work in, I think.

How does it feel to be here at Cannes with these 2 movies?

It's amazing, the atmosphere is electric during the screenings. The audience isn't afraid to tell you if they like it or not. You can feel right in the first 10 minutes. Its' scary watching stuff but it's exciting though.

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New fanpics of Rob from The Rover photocall in Cannes

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New pictures of Rob in London - May 25th


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New Rob interview with Scoop with Raya

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Saturday, May 24, 2014

Guy Pearce talks about Rob :"He was lovley and i was so impressed with what he did in the film

Guy Pearce talked a little about Rob while discussing 'The Rover' with The Daily Beast













Your uneasy relationship with Robert Pattinson jump-starts the narrative.
Yeah, he was lovely and I was so impressed with what he did in the film. I was touched by the vulnerability of his character. He’s almost like a little kid or a vulnerable animal that needs to be looked after. You can’t help but empathize with him. And then it meant that I knew the power that I, as Eric, could exert over him—even in the few first moments when I speak to him. I just let him know that he means nothing to me. I guess I’m trying to deny what he does mean to me and I end up having to take him with me to find his brother. I just have to let him know that he means nothing to me, personally. It’s a way of him asking if we can connect and me more or less responding “absolutely no way.”

You can read Guy's full interview (a very good one) at the source








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Olivier Assays mentions Idol's Eye and Rob in Interview with Allocine






Thanks to Pattinson Art for the translation:

Olivier Assayas: My next film, I will shoot it in the fall, in Chicago, it's a genre film, this is a story of Mafia and burglars, it takes place in the late 70s and there is an internationnal casting.

Allociné: And there's Robert Pattinson, it's sure?

Olivier Assayas: Yes yes yes

Allociné: And it has to do with Kristen Stewart or is it coincidence?

Olivier Assayas: Oh no it is blind chance, it is blind chance.



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New stills of Rob in 'The Rover'+ old ones in hq

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Old Ones in HQ

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