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   5 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


Anton Corbijn talks about Robert Pattinson and LIFE   Leave a comment

Anton Corbijn talked a little about Rob and more about Life’s release a recent interview with The Playlist.

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What about Robert Pattinson’s work in the movie?
Rob and Dan very different kind of actors. They’re very, very different kind of people in the film, so it was fantastic. They were so different naturally. For Rob to play a photographer is quite interesting because he’s being chased by photographers all the time. Rob is of course a film star, but he likes to be seen as an actor, so he works very hard to be an actor and be valued as an actor. And in the film he plays this photographer who wants to be seen as a great photographer. So I think there’s a parallel there that’s helpful.

He’s made a lot of interesting acting choices, “Cosmopolis”…
…Yeah, “The Rover.” I hear that “Map to the Stars” is a really great film. I am looking forward to seeing it.

I was hoping to see “Life” announced as part of the TIFF 2014 lineup.
Yeah, I was hoping that too, but we are too far from finishing, because we finished [shooting] in late October.

Will we see it at on the fall festival circuit anywhere?
I reckon it will be 2015.

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Robert Pattinson, Guy Pearce and David Michôd To Attend Apple Store ‘Meet the Filmmakers’ Q&A on Aug 7   Leave a comment

Rob, Guy and David Michôd will discuss The Rover at Apple Store ‘Meet the Filmmakers’ Q&A

Location: Apple Store Regent Street – London
Date: August 7 at 6PM (GMT)

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You can make a reservation here

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New ‘The Rover’ BTS Still with Robert Pattinson and David Michôd   Leave a comment

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Anton Corbijn Talks ‘Life’ – Confirms 2015 Release   3 comments


In a recent interview Anton Corbijn talked some about his new movie Life, starring Robert Pattinson.

Here’s the part of the interview with info about the movie and the 2015 release:

Life wasn’t part of the TIFF announcement this morning, is there potential for a 2014 release?

No, that’ll be 2015. We haven’t locked picture yet. We still have two more months of sound and [potential] pick-up shoots.

In your background in photography, you’ve photographed numerous icons. Your first film, Control, was a portrait of the iconic Ian Curtis (singer for Joy Division), who died very young. I guess now we’ve confirmed that next year, you have a film that involves James Dean (to be played by Dane DeHaan) in Life. Who also died very young. Is it more difficult to capture an iconic photograph of an individual in life, or to tell their story in death?

I’m flattered that people think my pictures are iconic. That’s not what I set out to be. A lot of people that I worked with in the 70s and 80s were not very well known people, but they became [well known] later. So I’ve not deliberately sought icons. As far as making films for Ian Curtis and James Dean, that is, of course, is very deliberate. Ian Curtis was someone that I knew and I moved to England to make it because I wanted to make it. It was a personal project. And, also, I thought there was a good love story there (between Sam Riley and Samantha Morton).

With Life it’s first and foremost a story about a photographer, Dennis Stock (Robert Pattinson), who profiled James Dean (DeHaan). So it’s the story of a photographer and their subject. As a photographer that story interested me: studying the power balance between a photographer and their subject. You know, who influences who? The James Dean portion of the story wasn’t my interest. In fact I’d turned down a straight James Dean project once before.

Read the entire interview at the source

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New Fan Picture of Robert Pattinson   1 comment

Taken on  July 22

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‘Maps to the Stars’ at Toronto International Film Festival 2014 – Gala Presentation   Leave a comment

‘Maps to the Stars’ will be shown  at Toronto International Film Festival 2014 – Gala Presentation
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Maps To The Stars Premiere - 67th Cannes Film Festival

‘Maps to the Stars’ TIFF page

The Festival will take place from September 4 to 14, 2014

*SCAN* Robert Pattinson’s interview with TV Movie (Germany) + NEW pic from the LA The Rover Promo   1 comment

A former teen heartthrob developed into a serious character actor(actor of complex parts). TV MOVIE talked with Twilight star Robert Pattinson about children, his future and extreme feelings.

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Not only a little bit changed: Robert Pattinson is looking for new challenges- and now is shooting sophisticated movies(after his global succes “Twilight”, box-office gross of the vampire saga more than 3,3 billions of dollars). In his new movie, the apocalyptic-drama “The Rover”, he plays an unstable gangster who fights alongside Guy Pearce in a brutalized world through the Australian outback. 


Mr. Pattinson, your new movie “The Rover” presents a bad future. Would you be afraid to have children in a world like this?

Ah, it’s always the same! Every generation believes they are going down the drain(German proverb “vor die Hunde gehen” which means something like they are going to die because of different circumstances). But at the end everything is fine.I believe in the positive human nature. So, for sure I want to have children.

How do you control your fears?
I really would like to go to therapy, but I’m afraid of(laughing).

Seriously, you would not go to any kind of therapy?
That’s why I do auditions for movies. Before them my knees slutter all the time . So much that every time I tell myself I am going to stop acting. Also for “The Rover” I had to control my neuroses before I was able to start finding into my role. But however, at the end I like my ups and downs.

How do you deal with depressions?
They don’t last that long. But when I am into one , I wallow myself in them.

If tomorrow would be the end of the world, what would you do?
Probably I would spend the time with the people who are important for me. Well, or I just would freak out and cross the Times Square naked(laughing).

Your new role is very different compared with other characters you have played in the past. How do your fans deal with it?
You can’t please everybody. And also nobody can predict what the audience and critics want to see at the end.

Do you have made any plans for your career in the future?
I have worked with people like Werner Herzog or David Cronenberg- that’s what I dreamed of when I was like 16. I try to face new challenges and it would be great if the people would appreciate the work I have done.

Would you be willing to play the role of a vampire again?
Sure, why not!

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