Tuesday, February 24, 2015

New pic of Benedict Cumberbatch and Robert Pattinson at the Vanity Fair Party



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New videos of Rob at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party






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New interview with Yahoo Singapore




Yahoo Singapore, Robert Pattinson, "I had a lack of self belief": EN Interview 1 - Ever since the Twilight films turned him into an object of mass attention, Robert Pattinson has tried to find his way clear of fan obsession and make his mark as a serious actor. Films like Cosmopolis and Bel Ami helped distance audiences from his vampire alter ego, and now, in Anton Corbijn's Life, Pattinson gives what is arguably the best performance of his career. The 28-year-old heartthrob plays Dennis Stock, the photographer whose iconic photos of James Dean during the last months of his life have sustained the actor's legend even more than his films.

"James Dean is very much an iconic figure to me," Pattinson says. "He represents disaffected youth and alienation in a powerful way that still resonates with us. Those photos of Dean, like the one where he is walking in Times Square, are much more part of our image and impression of him than his films. You can feel his aura and mystique in those photos."

Friday, February 20, 2015

More new pictures of Rob doing a photoshoot - Febr. 19th


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Colored version of the new Berlinale portrait

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New pic of Rob by William Rutten

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  From HFPA dinner Aug. 14th, 2014

 

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William Rutten met Rob before:

Caption on Facebook via Google Translate:
“I had Robert Pattinson already had sometime before my lens and that was for me very memorable. He was aloof and surly to me. Last month I was photographing him again and now I got a whole different guy for my camera! Super friendly and interested and as often I had to change my opinion. Often you meet people so short that you really do … can not tell whether someone was or was not fun, it’s snapshots. Robert told me, ‘In this city (Los Angeles) you will be lived, and what everyone should find something of you when you’re famous. Sometimes it is just really hard to dare to be yourself, especially if you’re so shy like me. ‘ And he hits the nail on the head with it I guess. Lots of stars are shy and insecure and come often violent depression in young stars around the corner. With social media nowadays everyone has an opinion about but you and all that you can follow. Ideally, people say bad things about you and tag you in that same message. If you need a celebrity elephant skin. Look at yourself, if you are on a photo of someone from your friend gets silly comment that may be a day to your bites, celebrities sometimes have hundreds of such processing ugly messages ….. ‘They choose for themselves’ it says, but is that true? Can not you just find very fun to make music or play a movie without all the fuss there? You should therefore only normally find that everyone can just slaughtered without them you have ever met? Why is it so nice to put something bad in people down, you can not respond ….. Artist was his for the digital age really a lot easier and more fun, I fear ..”

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