Archive for June 6, 2014

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:
Pics | video
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 |  

The Rover: NEW Robert Pattinson and Guy Pearce Interview + BTS Featurette With New Scenes   Leave a comment

New The Rover Interview and  BTS Featurette With New Scenes

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*VIDEO* New Interview of Robert Pattinson and Guy Pearce with ‘The Fix’   1 comment

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NEW pictures of Robert Pattinson, Guy Pearce and David Michôd at Vivid Festival Sydney   Leave a comment

NEW pictures of Robert Pattinson, Guy Pearce and David Michôd at Vivid Festival in Sydney

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‘The Rover’ Brochure   Leave a comment

Here’s a brochure from ‘The Rover’ press conference

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Posted June 6, 2014 by fastieslowie in The Rover

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*VIDEO* interview Robert Pattinson and Guy Pearce with The Project – australia   1 comment

NEW BTS footage from the Rover set in this interview:

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Quotes from the Rover Press Conference   1 comment

APL PHOTOGRAPHY - www.aplphotography.com.auFrom 2FM.Daily

“On working on Australian films, this is for you Rob…. the Australian industry has a reputation for being among the hardest working in the world, how was your experience with it?”

Rob: “I think it was a really special crew, it was quite harsh where we were but, also just having everyone on location as well and kind of no-one to my knowledge really fell out with each other, (laughs) yes it was amazing.” 

Rob: “I was trying to get into Australian movies for a long time before I did this, I’m not sure why … I think it’s a confident and vibrant film industry.. and vital. I had a really great experience.”

From Daily Mail:

Working in 50 degree temperatures in the Australian Outback didn’t exactly make for easy filming conditions on the set of Robert Pattinson’s new film The Rover, but the 28-year-old star got through it by drinking alcohol.
The British actor’s fellow leading man in the Australian movie – Guy Pearce – has revealed that Pattinson ‘handled himself really well’ in the harsh environment, even with the booze.
‘He drank more vodka than I advised him to drink,’ said Pearce, 46.

A good-humoured Pattinson chuckled while sipping a cup of tea on stage in Sydney at a press conference talking about The Rover on Friday.

This is going to be the only thing that comes out of this now,’ said the former Twilight Saga star.
‘My “drinking problem”.’
Pearce was quick to cover his tracks, jumping in with the line: ‘There was no vodka.’
Pattinson arrived in Australia on Thursday morning to promote the film from David Michod, with the Animal Kingdom director joining him on stage with producers Liz Watts and David Linde.

Pattinson has been receiving rave reviews for his performance out of the Cannes film festival, with critics calling it a career redefining turn.
The Cosmopolis actor said he has gotten a laugh out of reading the descriptions about his character Rey, who is American and speaks with a strong Southern twang.
I’ve loved reading the reviews, saying that I’ve done a terrible Australian accent.’

Press Conference Report from The Sydney Morning Herald

There is something “incredibly serene” and “strangely mystical” about the harsh Australian desert, says Robert Pattison, whose latest film The Rover was shot in the harsh conditions of South Australia’s Flinders Rangers.

Appearing in Sydney alongside his co-star Guy Pearce, and director David Michod to promote the film’s Australian tour, Pattinson said The Rover had fulfilled a long-standing dream of his to work on an Australian movie.

I was trying to get into Australian movies for a long time before I got this [role]. It was a really special crew,” he said.

Set in an anarchical future ravaged by the collapse of the global financial system, The Rover sees Pattinson’s character Rey form an unlikely friendship with Eric, a guarded and angry drifter, played by Pearce.

The Brit hinted that the on-location shoot was a welcome respite from the unrelenting paparazzi, whose prying cameras he has struggled to escape since the blowout success of the Twilight juggernaut.

I really liked it … being able to look to the horizon and see nothing,” he said.

For Guy Pearce, it was a case of the Australian outback beckoning his return, having been well-acquainted with the desert’s severe conditions in Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.

But Pearce said Pattison needed no guidance on how to handle himself, and jokingly added that “he probably drank a little more vodka than I’d advise.”

Despite the film’s bleak premise, heavy survivalist themes and the exacting surrounds, Pearce said the atmosphere on set remained upbeat.

“It wasn’t really a heavy shoot … David’s got a good sense of humour and we had quite a good fun time on set.”