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Robert Pattinson part of Film4’s ‘Clapperboard Montage 2015’   Leave a comment

Robert Pattinson is featured in Film4 Clapperboard Montage 2015 video during ‘The Rover’ promo

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More NEW pictures of Robert Pattinson from ‘The Rover’ LA press junket   Leave a comment

Here are some more pictures of Robert Pattinson from The Rover LA press junket

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New HQ pictures of Robert Pattinson from The Rover LA press conference   Leave a comment

Here are some HQ pics of Robert Pattinson from The Rover press conference in LA

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New/Old portraits of Robert Pattinson from The Rover LA Promo   Leave a comment

Here are portraits of Robert Pattinson from The Rover LA Promo

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New/Old pictures of Robert Pattinson as Rey from ‘The Rover’   Leave a comment

Here are some pics of Robert Pattinson as Rey from ‘The Rover’

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Posted May 8, 2015 by fastieslowie in Robert Pattinson, The Rover

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‘The Rover’ on FilmInk’s Top Australian Sci-Fi Films   Leave a comment

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From FilmInk

2.      THE ROVER (2014)

Set in a remote stretch of Australia “ten years after the collapse” (as an opening title informs us), the stark sci-fi-tinged thriller, The Rover, introduces a world of arid reduction, where civilisation is hanging by a thread. The closest thing to the law are the army patrols that move from town to town, and the outback populace has responded in kind, namely with violence and debauchery. When the stony, enigmatic Eric (Guy Pearce) has his car stolen by a crew of criminals, he teams with the slow-witted but sweet dupe that they left behind (Robert Pattinson) to get it back.

Though the mention of cars, criminal gangs, and an Australian postapocalypse whip up instant memories of Mad Max, The Rover is no punked up, dystopic vision. This is an urgent, horribly familiar world with a smashed-to-bits moral compass. Thrilling, tightly characterised, and punctuated with neck-snapping jolts of violence, The Rover is a powerful meditation on the fragile nature of society itself.

“I wanted the movie to feel terrifying,” writer/director, David Michod (AnimalKingdom), told FilmInk of his sophomore effort. “I wanted it to feel intimidating and menacing. When you amp up the craziness of a world left after a post-apocalyptic event, you push the audience away. I wanted it to feel immediate. This is a movie about anger. The characters are angry about what has happened to the world. They’re suffering because of what’s being engineered all around them.”

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New pictures of Robert Pattinson, Guy Pearce and David Michôd from The Rover promo   3 comments

Here are three new pictures of Robert Pattinson, Guy Pearce and David Michôd from The Rover promo

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Robert Pattinson’s ‘The Rover’ portraits now in better quality   1 comment

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Posted March 12, 2015 by fastieslowie in Robert Pattinson, The Rover

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Robert Pattinson and ‘The Rover’ nominated for the Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards   Leave a comment

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Robert Pattinson and The Rover has been nominated for 5 awards at the Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards

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BEST ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
Jai Courtney – Felony
Adam Driver – Tracks
Yilmaz Erdodan – Water Diviner
Robert Pattinson – The Rover
Tom Wilkinson – Felony

BEST ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
Justine Clarke – Healing
Melissa George –  Felony
Erin James – The Little Death
Jacqueline McKenzie – The Water Diviner
Susan Prior – The RoverBEST ACTOR
Russel Crowe – the Water Diviner
Joel Edgerton – Felony
David Gulpilil – Charlie’s Country
Don Hany – Healing
Guy Pearce – The Rover

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN

Jo Ford – The Rover
Alex Holmes – The Babadook
Chris Kennedy – The Water Diviner
Matthew Putland – Predestination

BEST MUSIC SCORE
David Hirschfelder – Healing
David Hirschfelder – The Water Diviner 
Antony Partos – The Rover
Peter Spierig – Predestination
The FCCAAwards will be held March 10th at Paddington Woollahra RSL, you can find more information here

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UK DVD/Blu-Ray release dates for ‘The Rover’ and ‘Maps to the Stars’   Leave a comment

UK DVD & Blu-Ray release dates for ‘The Rover’ January 5th, 2015 &  ‘Maps to the Stars’ February 2nd, 2015

Order ‘Maps to the Stars’ DVD here | Blu-Ray here

Order ‘The Rover’ DVD here | Blu-Ray here