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Robert Pattinson on the cover of Premiere Magazine – France   2 comments

We can expect a new interview and more photos as well!

 

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The tweet:

translation:

“Robert Pattinson metamorphosis! Cannes special issue will be on sale from next Wednesday!”

Preview:

“That’s it, Robert Pattinson has definitely moved up a gear and left Twilight behind him. It will be in two highly anticipated Cannes Film Festival 2014 movies: The Rover , western post-apocalyptic hyper violent, brutal and uncompromising, and Maps to the Stars , his second collaboration with David Cronenberg after turning Cosmopolis , family psycho drama that autopsy Hollywood. The opportunity to put also on the cover of next issue of Premiere, Cannes with his special report providing an update on all films and events of the 2014 vintage Croisette.

And also the opportunity to interview Robert in long, wide and across: he talks about the film below his sex scene with Julianne Moore in Maps to the Stars ( “I was breathless, soaked … and not at all “ ), hyper intense shooting The Rover ( a “hungry” movie ) in the middle of the Australian desert, what Cannes is for him, directors James Gray and Romain Gavras … Above all as shown in our coverage, the opportunity to discover the former Edward Cullen as no one has ever seen for a photo shoot … colorful, say. Proof by picture.

Number-in which can be found among others the story of the epic reboot of Godzilla, a meeting with Emily Blunt , etc. -. available on newsstands next Wednesday.

Maps to the Stars released on May 21 and June 4 The Rover”

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Great article on Rob’s upcoming movies: ‘Robert Pattinson’s Star Continues to Soar’   Leave a comment

Here’s a great article on Rob’s upcoming movies

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From Yahoo:

Robert Pattinson first appeared on movie screens in the 2004 movie adaptation of William Makepeace Thackeray’s “Vanity Fair” and began garnering attention with his portrayal of Cedric Diggory in “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.” However, it was not until the first “Twilight” movie was released in 2008 that Pattinson rose to the level of international heartthrob. The English actor was perfectly cast as Edward Cullen, the love interest of Bella Swan, and reprised the role in subsequent “Twilight” films.

Since his appearance in “Twilight,” Pattinson has managed to defy expectations and continually impress critics with his choices in roles and his diverse acting chops. Around the same time as “Twilight,” Pattinson played a young Salvador Dali in “Little Ashes,” and in 2012, he played the lead role in “Cosmopolis,” a David Cronenberg-directed adaptation of a Don DeLillo novel.

With the last “Twilight” installment well in the past, fans of Robert Pattinson may be wondering what is next for the rising star. The following films are a few of Pattinson’s upcoming projects.

“The Rover”

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Robert Pattinson has already appeared onscreen with some formidable acting talent, but “The Rover” finds Pattinson acting next to “L.A. Confidential” and “Memento” star Guy Pearce. An Australian crime picture that takes place in the near future, “The Rover” is a very interesting project equipped with high-wattage star power. The film was directed by David Michôd, who only has one feature-length credit under his belt, but that film happens to be the excellent crime thriller “Animal Kingdom.” “The Rover” debuts at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival before making its way to a U.S. release in June.

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