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New picture of Robert Pattinson with a fan   Leave a comment

New picture of Robert Pattinson with a fan at LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art)

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This is what happens when you go to the Museum for fun. You meet #RobertPatterson I’m not a fan of twilight but he is pretty charming. #LosAngelesCountyMusumOfArt

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Posted November 30, 2014 by fastieslowie in Robert Pattinson

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‘Maps to the Stars’ on Cahiers Du Cinema Top 10 Films Of 2014   Leave a comment

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Cahiers du Cinéma is a famous and influential French film magazine.

Every year Cahiers du Cinéma releases a top 10 list with the best films of the year.

Here’s the top 10 of 2014

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1. Bruno Dumont‘s Li’l Quinquin.
2. Jean-Luc Godard‘s Goodbye to Language.
3. Jonathan Glazer’s Under the Skin.
4. David Cronenberg’s Maps to the Stars.
5. Hayao Miyazaki’s The Wind Rises.
6. Lars von Trier’s Nymphomaniac.
7. Xavier Dolan‘s Mommy.
8. Ira Sachs‘s Love Is Strange.
9. Alain Cavalier‘s Le Paradis.
10. Hong Sang-soo‘s Our Sunhi.

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Anton Corbijn talks about LIFE’s post production + new photo from the movie   Leave a comment

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For his latest project Anton Corbijn has returned to the Hanseatic city. In Post Republic Life is currently preparing the color gradingfor the Australian-Canadian-German co-production.

“It’s wonderful to be here again,” says Anton Corbijn. Dutch director and photographer had last A Most Wanted Man shot inHamburg and was enthusiastic about the locations and the special atmosphere in the Hanseatic city. His latest film Life tells the story of Hollywood photographer Dennis Stock, gets to know in 1955 at a party the still unknown James Dean. A specialmeeting of the addition to the world-famous portraits of Hollywood icon, a wonderful friendship apparent.

The topic was very appealing to him, told Anton Corbijn, who became famous as a photographer mainly by its musicians portraits .Also on film, he has worked with artists and personalities; his first film ‘Control’, the life of Ian Curtis, the lead singer of theband Joy Devision.

Life is produced on the German side of Wolfgang Müller (Barry Films) and is expected to be released on the 60th anniversary of the death of James Dean in 2015 in German cinemas. The main roles play Dane Dehaan and Robert Pattinson. The Hamburg Film Fund SchlesigHolstein has supported the film with 250,000 in production.

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Posted November 28, 2014 by fastieslowie in LIFE, Robert Pattinson

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Robert Pattinson played the Guitar on Death Grips’ song ‘Birds’   3 comments

Robert Pattinson played the Guitar on Death Grips’ song ‘Birds’

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@newnewpollution: TURNS OUT THE GUITAR ON DEATH GRIPS’ “BIRDS” IS ROBERT FUCKING PATTINSON.

@newnewpollution credits on the new vinyl release of Death Grips’ Government Plates.

ETA: Pitchfork posted more details about how they recorded that:

It’s been confirmed that this is true. Zach Hill recorded Pattinson’s guitar with his iPhone and the band sampled the recording on the track.

 

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Rob with Zach Hill and MC Ride from Death Grips at Beyonce’s concert back in 2013

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Posted November 28, 2014 by fastieslowie in Rob's music, Robert Pattinson

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New/Old video of Robert Pattinson and Dane DeHaan on the set of ‘LIFE’   Leave a comment

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Posted November 26, 2014 by fastieslowie in LIFE, Robert Pattinson

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New still of Robert Pattinson from ‘Maps of the Stars’   Leave a comment

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Brady Corbet and Mona Fastvold talk about ‘The Childhood of a Leader’ and Robert Pattinson   Leave a comment

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From Indiewire:

Brady, you’re making your directorial debut with your next project, “The Childhood of a Leader” starring Robert Pattinson. What inspired you to want to direct? Were you inspired by Mona?
BC: Mona’s nodding her head like, “Yes, that’s right Brady. It was me. It was me.”
MF: [Laughs]
BC: No, what’s actually stranger is that I didn’t attempt to do it sooner. And it’s strange that I kept acting as long as I did because for years I kept threatening to walk away and do something else. But the reason I never did walk away and do something else was I kept having opportunities to work with people I really liked and really loved. I was like, “Ok, I love your work. Absolutely I can spare a week, I can spare a month.” I’ve worked for some people that I would have been happy to come wash their floors on set for a week just to see how they work, much less to have the relationship that an actor and a director get to have with one another, which is very special and sometimes very intimate, very unique. I’ve found every filmmaker I’ve worked with inspiring, Mona included.

One of the big problems with this project is that it summarized all the things I’ve really been interested in in my personal and creative life. And yet for so many years I just thought it was too grand and too ambitious to ever get made.
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And it almost did.
BC: And it almost did [laughs]. The film takes place in 1919, it stars a child, it’s in French and English. Luckily it’s not going to be four-and-a-half hours long and it’s not going to be black-and-white. But that’s it. It’s not a very easy pitch. It’s sort of about the birth of a megalomaniac and with a maniacal sort of ego at the turn of the century. It’s about the birth of fascism that occurred during the signing of the Treaty of Versailles.

Has the identity of this character been revealed?
BC:
I have intentionally not revealed the identity of the character. And it’s a funny thing because it’s not for the reasons that people think. One thing I will happily tell everybody is that the character is not Hitler [laughs]. And the character is not Mussolini. It’s someone else. And there’s the dramatic event where you learn who this person is and that’s something I want to save for people. Robert Pattinson is not playing Hitler as you now know [laughs]. I’ll go on the record saying that.

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