Brilliant news!! Robert Pattinson will have TWO premieres at the Berlin Film Festival! Besides Queen of The Desert premiering, now the long awaited movie ‘Life’ by Anton Corbijn about the friendship between James Dean (Dane DeHaan) and photographer Dennis Stock (Robert Pattinson) will also premiere at the great Berlin Film Festival. WE ARE EXCITED!!
Read more about it on the site of the Berlinale HERE
Queen of the Desert is in the second round of MTV Movie Brawl. Go support Rob and vote for the movie!
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AMAZING NEWS! Queen of the Desert has been selected of the Competetion Programme of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival and will have its world premiere there!
The 65th Berlin International Film Festival (Feb 5-15) has added a further eight titles to its Competition programme, ahead of the complete line-up next week.
The films, which originate from across Europe, Asia, the US and the Middle East, include the world premiere of Queen of the Desert, Werner Herzog’s biopic based on the life of British explorer Gertrude Bell.
Nicole Kidman plays the 19th century explorer, known as the female Lawrence of Arabia, and her co-stars include James Franco, Damian Lewis and Robert Pattinson (as TE Lawrence).
From the press release at Berlinale’s official site
Queen of the Desert
By Werner Herzog (Fata Morgana, Fitzcarraldo, Cave of Forgotten Dreams)
With Nicole Kidman, James Franco, Damian Lewis , Robert Pattinson
The 65th Berlin International Film Festival runs Feb.5-15. We’ll add more info about Queen of the Desert dates when available.
Robert Pattinson and ‘Maps to the Stars’ cast is nominated for the Canadian Screewn Awards
Maps to the Stars received 11 nomiatons!
Maps to the Stars – Best Motion Picture
Robert Pattinson – Best Supporting Actor
John Cusack – Best Supporting Actor
Julianne Moore – Best Actress
Evan Bird – Best Actor
Mia Wasikowska – Best Supporting Actress
David Cronenberg – Achievement in Direction
Ron Sanders – Achievement in Editing
Howards Shore – Original Score
Bruce Wagner – Best Original Screenplay
Christian Cooke, Michael O’Farrell, Orest Sushko – Achievement in Overall Sound
The Canadian Screen Awards will be aired on March 1st at 8 PM on CBC
Canadian Screen Awards Feauture Film Nominations
Guy Pearce expects Robert Pattinson to become the “biggest movie star in the world”.
The 47-year-old actor appears alongside the ‘Twilight’ star in thriller film ‘The Rover’ and he believes the hunk’s great looks and superb acting ability can enable him to become the best in the industry if he puts his mind to it.
He said: “I’d met Robert briefly one Comic Con a couple of years ago and told him he was great – I’d only seen one of his films, ‘Water For Elephants’.
“He’s as interested in delving into character as much, if not more, than I am.
“I thought, ‘This guy’s totally my cup of tea.’ Then I put two and two together and went, ‘Hang on, he looks like that, he’s that famous and he’s this good …. Seriously, if he doesn’t become the biggest movie star in the world there’s something wrong.’
“Amazing as an actor and amazing looking – what a combination.”
Source | Via
Susan Prior talks about The Rover, Cannes and Robert Pattinson with ‘Aussie in LA’
Listen to the podcast in iTunes here or click on the pic to listen to the interview
Australians in Film | Via