Thursday, May 25, 2017

Cannes 2017: press junket

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Cannes 2017: Press conference

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Cannes 2017: Cannes interviews








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Cannes 2017: Photocall

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Livestream links for 'Good Time' Cannes Photocall, Press Conference & Premiere






Live stream links for 'Good Time' Photocall on May 25th around 10:30 AM followed by Press Conf at 11:00 AM. Premiere with red carpet at 10:30PM (local time) => 4:30AM, 5:00AM & 4:30PM US East Coast / 1:30AM,  2:00AM & 1:30PM US West Coast
Watch here: HERE & HERE




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New fanpic of Rob at a restaurant in a french village near Cannes (May 24)


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Saturday, May 20, 2017

New Crash magazine scans with more pics of Rob from the new photshoot & interview

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New movie project for Rob: ‘THE SOUVENIR’ by Joanna Hogg
















Robert Pattinson, Tom Burke, Ariane Labed and Richard Ayoade are due to star in British filmmaker Joanna Hogg’s (Archipelago) next film The Souvenir, which will be executive-produced by Martin Scorsese.
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The Souvenir, developed with the BFI and backed by BBC Films, will be made in two parts, the first feature set to shoot this summer and the second in summer 2018.
Spanning the decade of the 1980’s, the film will chart the story of a young film student, involved in her first serious love affair, who tries to disentangle fact from fiction in a relationship with a complicated and untrustworthy man.
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Only God Forgives actor Burke, who also had a leading role in BBC-TWC drama series War & Peace, will play the ‘untrustworthy man’. Pattinson, who’s Cannes competition entry Good Time is generating buzz ahead of its screening, will be the leading male role of the second film, playing an actor.

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Tuesday, May 9, 2017

New pic of Rob & James Gray on the set of "The Lost city of Z"

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Interview: Robert Pattinson talks about A24 Film Company & Marketing













(...) Four short years later, the company’s first original production, Barry Jenkins’s Moonlight, won the Academy Award for Best Picture. In between, A24 went from being a tiny, disorganized room of eight or so people to being the place where big stars like Robert Pattinson and Scarlett Johansson go to make small, strange movies, and auteurs like Jonathan Glazer and Denis Villeneuve go to make deeply personal films unmolested by studio notes or clueless executives. We spoke with the company’s friends, collaborators, and employees to make sense of how A24 became the most interesting, creative, and reliable film company of the 21st century.
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Robert Pattinson (actor, ‘The Rover,’ ‘Good Time’): It’s crazy that there is an article about a distribution company. That’s completely nuts.
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A24 went on a spending spree and released 11 movies in their second year of operation. The films were darlings—including David Michôd’s ‘The Rover,’ starring Robert Pattinson (...)
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Pattinson: I mean, with Twilight, the first tour we did was literally going to suburban shopping malls and doing local-news stuff. And I think that really helped the movie. But I think in experiences since then, doing mid-budget or relatively low-budget movies, if you try to do a toned-down version of that—I’ve just seen it not work, again and again and again. And so with [The Rover], they took that into account, and instead of blowing loads of money, [they did] more targeted marketing and also really sophisticated online campaigns and stuff. They just seem like they’re the first company that’s really abandoned a lot of the old models.
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Pattinson: They’re definitely the place to be now. I mean, I have no idea what they’re doing, really. They’re just on it. They have a very good understanding of the Zeitgeist. You get a movie with them and it represents something. Everybody was talking a few years ago how cinema had died. And I think A24 and companies like that are—you know, people want to go to the cinema. People want to see movies. And I think they’re creating a kind of renaissance in filmmaking. They’re making people want to go to the cinema again to see this kind of stuff, rather than staying at home. People had thought that entire part of the industry had just died. And you can really see over the past few years, it really, really hasn’t at all. And I think it is down to companies like A24.

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New/old pic of Rob from LA - 2016

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2 new stills of Rob as Conni Nikas in "Goood Time"

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Thursday, May 4, 2017

"Good time" at Cannes & more infos



















GOODTIME TO BE PREMIERED (GALA PREMIERE) AT CANNES ON MAY 25, 2017 10:30PM CT 


After a botched bank robbery lands his younger brother in prison, Constantine Nikas (Robert Pattinson) embarks on a twisted odyssey through the city’s underworld in an increasingly desperate – and dangerous – attempt to get his brother out of jail. Over the course of one adrenalized night, Constantine finds himself on a mad descent into violence and mayhem as he races against the clock to save his brother and himself, knowing their lives hang in the balance.

New tagged outtakes from EW Water for Elephants photoshoot


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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

New fanpic of Rob in LA - May 1st

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Awee. Robbear was at Melrose buying a smoothie. The girl said he is so skinny and has beautiful eyes 😍. He was alone

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