Archive for June 14, 2014

*VIDEO* New Robert Pattinson, Guy Pearce and David Michôd Interview with We Got This Covered   1 comment

From We Got It Covered:

Though it was the Twilight films that first really put him on the map and made him the envy of almost every girl on the planet, Robert Pattinson is much more than just a pretty face. Ever since his time as Edward Cullen came to an end, he’s been testing his acting chops in a bunch of challenging and interesting roles. The actor’s latest is David Michôd’s The Rover, which hit theatres in limited release on Friday and is expanding this week.

The film takes place in Australia, 10 years after the global economy has collapsed, and stars Guy Pearce as Eric, a man out for revenge after being carjacked by a ruthless gang. He soon crosses paths with a damaged young man named Ray (Pattinson), whose brother, Henry, is the leader of the gang that stole is car and left him for dead after a botched robbery. Together, the two travel through the Australian outback to find Henry and take revenge. There’s a lot more going on beneath the surface of this intriguing and thought-provoking film, but that’s the gist of it.

Last week in Los Angeles, I had the chance to sit down for an exclusive interview with Michôd, Pattinson and Pearce while they were at the Four Seasons Hotel promoting The Rover. We discussed the complex relationship between Pattinson and Pearce’s characters, Pattinson’s physical transformation, some of the deeper messages of the film and more.

Be sure to catch The Rover this week in theatres if you haven’t done so already!

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*VIDEO* Robert Pattinson, Guy Pearce and David Michôd at the Rover press conference   Leave a comment

Here’s the full 20+ minutes press conference in one video:

Press Conference from another angle


Bad Captions of Robert Pattinson at the Rover premiere   2 comments

With all the great photo’s coming out and the huge amount, there are a few that left us giggling and coming up with weird/funny/crazy stuff Rob might be thinking / saying in them. We shared some of them on twitter earlier under #BadCaptionRob and will be sharing more in the future: All in good fun (and promo time might be making us slightly crazy) 😉


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*VIDEO* New Robert Pattinson , Guy Pearce and David Michôd Interview with Andrew Freund   1 comment


New Fan Pic of Robert Pattinson from The Rover Afterparty in LA   Leave a comment

New Fan Pic of Robert Pattinson from The Rover Afterparty in LA


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More HQ Pictures of Robert Pattinson and The Rover team at the premiere of The Rover in LA   1 comment

Here are even more new HQ pictures of Robert Pattinson from The Rover premiere in LA: 276 of them!



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David Michôd talks about shooting a scene with Robert Pattinson   1 comment

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From MTV

Speaking with David Michôd, he intended the scene to be a reminder of the kind of life Rey would have had in other circumstances, one that included more pop songs than acts of revenge.

But as important as the choice of “Pretty Girl Rock” was to Michôd (a guilty pleasure of his), it wasn’t the only option. “We went into the shoot knowing that that was the song that we were going to use. One thing that did happen was when we were rehearsing the shot, Rob was sitting in the car singing some really beautiful Southern gospel type thing,” Michôd said. “I remember going up to him at a certain point during camera rehearsals and said ‘What is that you’re singing?’ He said, ‘I don’t know. It’s something I’ve just made up.’ We did a few takes of him singing this thing. It was really beautiful.

Michôd ended up deciding against Pattinson’s improvised gospel song, but only because of how much he liked the Hilson song, which he interpreted as having a darker meaning than the poppy hook might let on.

“There was something about that one that I really like, in part because it’s not only very poppy but also it’s one of those songs that — as so many great pop songs do — has a strange, dark undercurrent.”

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