Master Post: Robert Pattinson – The Rover Promo   5 comments

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Robert Pattinson is attending Sydney Film Festival for new movie ‘The Rover’, as well as the LA premiere.
Stay up to date with the latest promo with this master post.

JUNE 7: THE ROVER Australian Premiere:

Red Carpet:
Pictures | HQ Pics |Video

Photocall: HQ Pics

Press Conference: Pics | Quotes

JUNE 8: ‘Inside The Rover’ Q&A

Inside the Event:
HQ Pics | Fan Pics & Tweets | Video

 

JUNE 12: LA Premiere:

Red Carpet: HQ Pics | Fan PicsVideo
Press Conference:
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Press Junket: Pics | Pics

Jimmy Kimmel: Pics | Arriving/Leaving | Video | screencaps | Fan

 

JUNE 17: THE ROVER NY Promo:

Good Morning America: Pics | Pics | Pics | Video | Stills | Fan Pics

Late Night w/Seth Meyers: Stills | Pics | Selfie!

Other appearances/Interviews:
Sydney Junket: The Project | News | Ten | The Fix | ASOS Australia | The Australian Reporter | Sunrise | Today | SBS Australia | Sydney Film Festival Highlights | Mornings | Ten News | Scoopla | Red CarpetMTV Australia | SkyNews Australia |  Yahoo7Triple J | The Courier Mail | Movie Mag | Brisbane Times |  Vogue Australia |  Salty Popcorn |  Stuart Bocking | Giles Hardie | 

LA Junket: LA Times | IndieWire | Popsugar (Premiere) | The Daily Beast | NTDTV | Associated Press | Access Hollywood | The Wrap | ET | LA Times | HitFix | USA Today | Extra | Variety | THR | Yahoo Movies | EOnline | Buzzfeed | EOnline (Press Junket) | Andrew Freund | We Got This Covered  | Associated Press | JoBlo Movie Tickets | ET | MTV (full interview) |  Euronews | RogertEbert.com | The Insider |  THR Collider Crave Online | Rotten Tomatoes | Popsugar (Press Junket) | Nerdist | Flicks and Bits | Star Tribune | Coming Soon | Movie Pilot | Fox 411 | TIME | The Boston Globe | Telegraph UK | VH1 | SBTN | Detroit News | Star Online | Cosas & Express | Manila Bulletin | Cine+ | Philippine Daily Inquirer |

New York Junket: Fox5 | San Diego 6 | Good Day Sacramento | Good Day PhiladelphiaFox 2 DetroitWGN Chicago | Chicago Sun-Times | The Huffington Post | Popcorn with Peter Travers | The Inside Reel |Good Day Dallas-Forth | Salon |  


Master Post: The Rover & Maps to the Stars at CANNES Film Festival   6 comments

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Robert Pattinson is heading to Cannes for new movies ‘The Rover’ and ‘Maps to the Stars.’
Stay up to date with this master post which will feature links to all the latest posts.

MAY 18: THE ROVER Photocall/Premiere: 

Photocall: Video | Screencaps | Pics | HQ Pics

Premiere: Video | Screencaps | Pics | HQ Pics | The Rover Dinner Party | Arriving

Cannes Portraits

Reviews:  Press Screening

MAY 19: MAPS TO THE STARS Photocall/Interview/Press Conference:

Photocall: Video | HQ Pics | Screencaps | Fan/MQ Pics 

Cannes Official Interview: Video & Screencaps | Photos

Cannes official press conference: Video | HQ Pics | Screencaps | Fan & MQ Pics

 

MAY 19: MAPS TO THE STARS Premiere:

Pics | Screencaps | HQ Pics | Video | Afterparty

Le Grand Journal Appearance (20th): Video | HQ Pics | Screencaps | Fan/Media Pics

Reviews: Press Screening

Interviews, Articles, and Appearances: Vanity Fair-Armani PartyPress Junket Photos (Rover)  | Press Junket Photos 2Sandra & Co Party | The Rover Pre Screening Party |RTL FR | Le JT | TG5 (Rover) | Metro News | Europe 1 | France 2 | BFMTV | M6 | The Wrap | On Set Interview (MTTS) | First Coast News | AP | Le Parisien | Magazine Covers | France Inter | USA Today | La Nouevel Observateur | Cine Series & Cie | MTTS On-Set 2 | Vanity Fair | Indiewire (Rover) | LA Times (MTTS) | Les InRocks TV | BBC America| HitFix | ET Canada (Rover) | Verissimo | Sydney Morning Herald | Scoop with Raya | Hello Magazine | TF1 News | At the Movies | Les Inrockuptibles | X Style (ITA) | HFPA | IMDB | BBC | MTV UK


Google Hangout with Robert Pattinson and Guy Pearce on August 6 – The Rover UK Promo   Leave a comment

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From Total Film:

We’re rather excited to announce that we’ll be hosting a Google Hangout with the stars of sci-fi drama The Rover, Msrs Robert Pattinson and Guy Pearce.

Directed by Animal Kingdom’s David Michod, The Rover is a gripping tale of two men forced together to survive in a dystopian Australian outback. Tense, terse and sparse, it’s a serious departure for Pattinson and acts as an acting tour de force for Pearce.

We’re hosting a live Google Hangout with them both Wednesday 6 August at 2pm (9am ET) for a 20 minute chat. We want YOUR questions to ask the cast. To be in with a chance of chatting to them direct, we need you to:

1. Follow the Total Film Google+ page (if you have a Gmail or YouTube account, you also have a Google+ account).

2. Say you’ll be watching on the Google Hangout itself.

3. Submit your question in the comments section of the Google Hangout – and then we’ll pick a lucky few on Monday 4 August.

It’ll be streaming live below too on the day – and feel free to watch The Rover trailer further down this page to give you an idea for questions!

The Rover is in UK cinemas 15 August 2014.

The livestream will be here:

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Maps to the Stars – German trailer, poster and website   Leave a comment

Here’s the German trailer, poster and official website for Maps to the Stars

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Maps to the Stars will be released on September 11 in Germany

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New HQ pics and iPad scans of Robert Pattinson in Esquire UK   Leave a comment

The interview and other pics were posted before HERE

Here are some new gorgeous pics from the HQ Ipad

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*SCANS* Robert Pattinson interview with ‘Best Movie’ – Italy   Leave a comment

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He wears a green and yellow plaid shirt, black sneakers with thick soles and thick cotton socks. He wears a pair of light colored pants, which seem to have been worn by him for a week. When he speaks, he keeps his head slightly angled, he breaks his sentences; suddenly he stares at me, with a crocked smile and watch me like he was thinking “Do you really care about this?” Of all the stars that you can meet, Robert Pattinson is the one that disguises himself the best. His diversity and his potential are in this askew allure, like his face, like an odd predestination. He seems to be here by accident, and by accident famous, lost and amused, without complacence. For instance, talking about his sex scene with Julianne Moore in Maps To The Stars, he is able to say: ”It was our first encounter; it was my first day on set. In Toronto, where we were filming, the weather was steamy hot and I was sweating a lot. She is one of those absurd people that don’t sweat at all. Ever. So, think what a situation, I was trying not to wet her back with my sweat! And I must have looked so weird to her eyes because she kept asking me: “Are you alright?”

At 28 years old he seems to find himself in a zone of his career that he likes. Escaped from the post Twilight frets, he committed himself in avoiding scripts made to keep him stuck to an image of himself that he doesn’t recognize, and he is becoming a constant presence in very important film festivals. After the double commitment with Cronenberg (Cosmopolis and Maps To The Stars), he filmed Queen Of The Desert, by Werner Herzog (a movie about the legendary life of Gertrude Bell), and in the meanwhile in autumn his movie, The Rover, will hit the scene in the Italian theaters. The Rover is the new movie of David Michod, a young Australian director, well known for his fabulous film noir Animal Kingdom (2010) that was screened in Cannes. Guy Pearce was cast in Animal Kingdom in the role of a policeman and in this new post-apocalyptic thriller, all filmed in the Australian outback, he plays the role of a man robbed of his last owning: a car that hides a secret. So begins this story in which he (Guy) chases after the men who stole his car, with the help of a disturbed and confused guy that has the face of Robert Pattinson.

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New pics of Robert Pattinson in Esquire UK   Leave a comment

The interview and other pics were posted before HERE

Another new picture – from the Subscriber’s cover (source)


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and BTS photos with Creative Director of British Esquire David Mc Kendrick:

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Tom Macklin – entertainment director:

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The Rover US DVD/Blu Ray Cover + Special Features Info   2 comments

 

Lionsgate Home Entertainment has officially announced that it will release on Blu-ray director David Michôd’s latest project The Rover (2014), starring Guy Pearce, Robert Pattinson, Scoot McNairy, David Field, Anthony Hayes, and Jamie Fallon. The release will be available for purchase on September 23rd.

The tension-filled film, which was released theatrically by A24, was an Official Selection of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.

Here’s the press release from Lionsgate Films:

Fueled by engaging performances from Golden Globe® nominee Guy Pearce (Memento, L.A. Confidential) and what Variety calls “a career-redefining performance from Robert Pattinson” (The Twilight Saga franchise, Cosmopolis), The Rover arrives on Blu-ray™ Disc (plus Digital HD) and DVD (plus Digital) September 23 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. The tension-filled film, which was released theatrically by A24, was an Official Selection of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. The Rover, directed by visionary writer/director David Michôd (Animal Kingdom), also stars Scoot McNairy (TV’s “Halt and Catch Fire,” upcoming Gone Girl).

Set in a world 10 years into the general collapse of society, The Rover follows hardened loner Eric (Pearce) as he travels the desolate towns and roads of the outback. When a gang of thieves steals his car, they leave behind a wounded Rey (Pattinson). Forcing Rey to help track the gang, Eric will go to any lengths to take back the one thing that still matters to him.

The Rover Blu-ray Disc and DVD include a “making of” featurette and will be available for the suggested retail price of $24.99 and $19.98, respectively.

BLU-RAY/DVD SPECIAL FEATURES*
“Something Elemental: Making The Rover” featurette
*Subject to change.

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Year of Production: 2014
Title Copyright: The Rover © 2013 Rover Film Holdings Pty Limited, Screen Australia, Screen NSW and the South Australian Film Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Artwork & Supplementary Materials © 2014 Lions Gate Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Type: Theatrical Release
Rating: R for language and some bloody violence
Genre: Crime; Drama
Blu-ray Closed-Captioning: English SDH
DVD Closed-Captioning: English
Subtitles: English and Spanish
Feature Run Time: 102 minutes
Blu-ray Format: 1080P High Definition 16×9 Widescreen (2.40:1)
DVD Format: 16×9 Widescreen (2.40:1)
Blu-ray Audio: English5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio™
DVD Audio: English5.1 Dolby Digital Audio

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Robert Pattinson in Esquire UK: NEW Interview and Pictures   2 comments

Robert Pattinson in Esquire – September 2014

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Robert Pattinson: Exclusive Interview For Esquire September Issue

He’s the 28-year-old British actor who has survived trial by fire – the Twilight phenomenon, tabloid hysteria – to become one of our most promising leading men. Over the next few months, you’ll see him deliver top-drawer performances in movies by David Cronenberg, Werner Herzog and Anton Corbijn. First, The Rover, this summer’s must-see film. To celebrate, Esquire’s man in LA invited September’s cover star over for beers and a barbecue

He doesn’t seem the nervous type, Robert Pattinson. He always looks so calm, in the face of all those screaming girls. But there are times when he gets very anxious indeed, and the heart quickens and the behaviour changes. And when he does, he lies, he just makes stuff up. Or at least that’s what he told US late-night chat-show host Jimmy Kimmel recently, when he was a guest on the show to promote his latest movie, The Rover.

Given that he was clearly quite nervous for the interview itself, perhaps he was lying all along, which would mean he wasn’t, which would mean he was and so on forever. But then he proved it. As he squirmed and fidgeted in his seat, he told Kimmel, apropos of nothing, that he had “extraordinarily heavy saliva”, which was why he couldn’t spit very far, no more than a foot. He also said that he quite enjoyed being spat on in an erotic way. The audience loved it, and it was quite funny. But it was also quite weird.

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