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FIRST LOOK: Robert Pattinson In Bong Joon Ho’s “Mickey 17"

FIRST LOOK: Robert Pattinson In Bong Joon Ho’s “Mickey 17"

Bong Joon Ho's “Mickey 17,” starring Robert Pattinson, will arrive in theaters March 29, 2024.

Warner Bros. Pictures announced today that the next feature film from Oscar-winning writer/director/producer Bong Joon Ho (“Parasite,” “Snowpiercer”) will release in theaters around the world March 29, 2024. The film, “Mickey 17,” is currently in production and is directed, produced and scripted by the filmmaker; it is based on the novel entitled Mickey 7 by Edward Ashton.

VIDEO: Clip of Robert Pattinson and Charlie Hunnam's characters' rough first meeting in The Lost City of Z

VIDEO: Clip of Robert Pattinson and Charlie Hunnam's characters' rough first meeting in The Lost City of Z

Eeeeeeeeee! Such a delight to see him playing Henry Costin!

Robert Pattinson's "hotly contested" The Lost City of Z coming as soon as Spring 2017 and more!

Robert Pattinson's "hotly contested" The Lost City of Z coming as soon as Spring 2017 and more!

We already know about the Amazon deal but The Hollywood Reporter scored some more 411 about The Lost City of Z distribution and deals while at TIFF this week.

From The Hollywood Reporter:
A week after Amazon Studios picked up North American rights to the hotly contested Charlie Hunnam starrer The Lost City of Z, the streaming giant has closed a deal with Bleecker Street to release the film theatrically.
Sources peg the overall deal, which was brokered by CAA, at a whopping mid-eight figures.
Amazon is putting the finishing touches on the deal with Andrew Karpen's Bleecker Street to release the James Gray-helmed film in spring 2017 -- though the rollout plan is still being worked out. Amazon's Bob Berney will spearhead the marketing and distribution.
The film, which also stars Tom Holland, Robert Pattinson and Sienna Miller, is produced by Brad Pitt's Plan B.
Click HERE to read the entire article.

THR also reports that "Bleecker Street, the upstart distributor behind Eye in the Sky and Captain Fantastic, is expected to be an active buyer at Toronto." They have a great article about how Bleecker Street is going to aggressively campaign during awards season for their film, Eye in the Sky. Great movie too. Love to see Rob's film falling in good hands. :)

Here it is...your moment of Robert Pattinson

Here it is...your moment of Robert Pattinson


"Ever-Adventurous" Robert Pattinson's 2016 films make most anticipated lists (that aren't made by us ;)

"Ever-Adventurous" Robert Pattinson's 2016 films make most anticipated lists (that aren't made by us ;)

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As you know, for 2016, we're anticipating The Lost City of Z, The Childhood of a Leader, High Life, Good Time, The Trap and Queen of the Desert. Excellent stuff. Who's that actor in all those movies again? ROBERT PATTINSON. We can't wait. :)

The Playlist and Ioncinema are also anticipating some Rob films so maybe they can sit with us.

The Playlist completed their top 100 and 2 of Rob's films make the top 20. Quite the ranking. In the top 10 at #9, we have The Lost City of Z!
9. “The Lost City of Z”Director: James GrayCast: Charlie Hunnam, Robert Pattinson, Sienna Miller, Tom Holland, Angus McfadyenSynopsis: A group of British explorers search for a colonel who goes missing trying to find a lost city somewhere in the Amazon.What You Need to Know: Although he frequently earns comparisons to his New Hollywood buddies Quentin Tarantino and Paul Thomas Anderson, it’s easy to forget that James Gray is only five films into an already-impressive career. “Little Odessa,” “The Yards” and “We Own the Night” are moody, classicist crime dramas indebted to the work of Sidney Lumet and Francis Ford Coppola, while “Two Lovers” and the mesmerizing “The Immigrant” respectively tackled the romantic melodrama and the grandiose period epic. His newest, “The Lost City of Z,” looks to be his biggest, most ambitious and perhaps strangest film yet. The unforgiving jungle locale hearkens back to the early, dangerous cinema of Werner Herzog, and something about the juicy-sounding premise evokes the naturalist brutality of Joseph Conrad’s “Heart of Darkness” and the inarguable classic film the novel inspired, “Apocalypse Now,” which is one Coppola classic that Gray’s never borrowed from. As far as we’re concerned, Gray is five for five at this point, and we can’t wait to see what the director has up his sleeve with this epic-sounding drama.Release Date: Gray’s a favorite at Cannes, so if it's done in time, expect it there.
And at #13, The Playlist is all about Rob's film with Claire Denis:
13. “High Life”
Director: Claire Denis (“Trouble Every Day,” “White Material”)
Cast: Robert Pattinson, Patricia Arquette, Mia Goth
Synopsis: A group of criminals agree to go on a suicide mission into space in the hope of finding alternate energy sources, and to take part in experiments in human reproduction.
What You Need To Know: If we could have guessed what arthouse queen Claire Denis would do next after the brutal “Bastards” from a few years ago, we wouldn’t have said ‘sci-fi starring R-Patz.’ And yet here we are, with Denis gearing up to shoot her first English-language movie, one excitingly penned by the great Zadie Smith and her partner, poet Nick Laird, with the ever-adventurous Pattinson and recent Oscar-winner Patricia Arquette starring. Though the subject matter is unusual for Denis, she’s never been afraid to play with genre, and it thematically should be up her street. In fact, the only reason this isn’t higher is that, depending on the amount of effects involved, it’s not entirely certain whether it’ll be ready for this year.
Release Date: Shooting begins shortly, and given that, “Bastards” aside, all of Denis’ recent movies premiered at Venice, that would be the best bet if it’s done in time.
They also gave a final and special shoutout to The Trap. It didn't get ranked because all is quiet on the waterfront for the film.
Special Mention: We’re Not Sure If This Is Still Happening in 2016, But It’s Highly Anticipated If It Is

“The Trap”
Director: Harmony Korine (“Trash Humpers,” “Spring Breakers”)
Cast: Idris Elba, Benicio Del Toro, Robert Pattinson, Al Pacino, James FrancoSynopsis: A gangster rapper is targeted by an ex-con recently released from prison.
What You Need To Know: As far as candidates for mainstream crossover status go, we’d have had indie world enfant terrible Harmony Korine fairly low on the list, and yet “Spring Breakers” proved to be a substantial hit in 2013, proving the eternal appeal of James Franco, as well as young women partying in swimsuits. It’s taken a little time for Korine to follow it up, but “The Trap” could end up making even more of a splash —if it’s still happening, as word’s been very quiet since the summer. A crime thriller, the director called it “sensory bombardment… a super propulsive, pretty highly violent revenge movie,” which sounds alright by us. He’s got a great cast lined up (assuming everyone’s still involved: schedules change, and if it is keeping to the original plan, it would clash with Benicio Del Toro’s “Star Wars” shoot), and we can’t wait to see what kind of bonkers fever dream he cooks up this time. If we were 100% sure that this was definitely going to be released this year, it’d undoubtedly be in our top five.Release Date: The film was supposed to get before cameras this month. Assuming that holds, it could be ready for a Venice premiere, as “Spring Breakers” did.
IonCinema had their eyes on one thing and one thing only - The Lost City of Z. #3 out of 25 Most Anticipated Studio Films:
Next, we have another long gestating project, The Lost City of Z from the consistently underrated James Gray. He’s now finally in post-production on the Paramount production which stars Charlie Hunnam and Robert Pattinson in a film inspired by British explorer Perceval Fawcett’s ill-fated attempt to discovering the fabled kingdom of El Dorado. Gray adapts himself from a book by David Gunn, and considering his acclaim in France (his last four films have all competed for the Palme d’Or at Cannes), this may be the rare studio feature that makes the cut in 2016. (Paramount Pictures – Release: TBD) 
We can't wait for those and ALLLLLLL of them!

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ROBsessed Quickie: Photographer, Peter Lindbergh, mentions shooting Robert Pattinson's new Dior ad

ROBsessed Quickie: Photographer, Peter Lindbergh, mentions shooting Robert Pattinson's new Dior ad

We remember the day. Oh yes we do.

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Rob and Peter Lindbergh (and Dean)

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And now we await the campaign...

...“For me, every picture is a portrait — no matter what I’m doing. From my very old standpoint, I think everything you do should have a meaning,” he says. “The idea [that] it doesn’t is unacceptable to me. A lot of mainstream photographers seem not to think about what they’re doing or feel any responsibility toward anything. And by the time they’re done, the models don’t have any trace of themselves left. This thing about looking young with no wrinkles or expression is all so boring really.” 

In the next month or so, his one-minute Lancôme films featuring Cate Blanchett, Lupita Nyong’o, Penelope Cruz and Lily Collins will be released, as well as L’Oréal ones featuring Julianne Moore, Inès de la Fressange and others. Having just shot Robert Pattinson for the new Dior Homme Parfum campaign, Charlize Theron for J’adore Dior and Michelle Williams for Louis Vuitton, Lindbergh said he doesn’t fit the designer mold, “I look more like a plumber, when you see me. Fashion is not my thing.”....

~Women's Wear DailyPeter Lindbergh Talks Projects

Robert Pattinson is "perfectly cast", gives his "best performance", and is "as crisp as the white shirt" he wears in LIFE

Robert Pattinson is "perfectly cast", gives his "best performance", and is "as crisp as the white shirt" he wears in LIFE

UPDATE2: 2 reviews added!
UPDATE: 3 reviews added! Rob's work called terrific, edgy, understated, charismatic and more!

I've really enjoyed Rob's reviews out of Berlinale. Click HERE if you missed the initial reviews for Queen of the Desert. The films have received mixed reviews but Rob's performances have been mainly on mainly positive side. Critics just don't disrespect his work like they used to and that's certainly pleasant to read. 
Here are the highlighted excerpts for Life, which you know is a leading role for our guy. :)


Dane DeHaan and Robert Pattinson shine in Anton Corbijn's low-key portrait of James Dean...But Stock, too, who has an ex-wife and young son he barely sees, is playing the angles, sniffing out a meal ticket. The underrated Pattinson is playing a cold fish here, and does a credible job getting inside Dennis’s aura of shifty desperation: he pesters Dean, pursues him to New York, hangs around his grimy apartment building. The star is half-alarmed, half-amused, and can’t decide if he needs this vulture buzzing around him or not...There are photographers whose camera is like an extra limb, but he’s not one of them. Every time Pattinson reaches for his, he seems sneaky about it, as if he’s stealing something, aware that the authenticity of the moment is under threat.
Anton Corbijn’s Life stars Pattinson in an admirably low-key role as mid-century photographer Dennis Stock and his frustrated attempts to land a Life magazine photo spread with laconic and wary up-and-comer James Dean (Dane DeHaan, doing disaffection with a surprisingly convincing pout). The slow-burn film is an absorbing study of how arresting, emotionally potent circumstances become iconic imagery. 
Considering we’re living vicariously through Robert Pattinson’s Dennis Stock in Anton Corbijn’s ambitious biographical drama Life, we rely on our protagonist earning the trust of Hollywood icon and star James Dean, to be granted the fortune of getting beneath the surface of his subject, to allow the audience to do so themselves. What transpires is an absorbing insight into the life of one of the industry’s mot renowned, and elusive stars....Given the undeniable charm and charisma of Pattinson, there was always the fear that he would steal the show from his counterpart, and be perceived as the star. However such is his understated, subtle turn, it allows DeHaan to take on that very role, which, given he’s playing James Dean, simply has to be the case.
DeHaan and Pattinson are also both terrific, at once elegant and charismatic, yet equally uncomfortable in the skins they inhabit. Dean's ability to mirror the dilemmas of a disenfranchised generation of youngster made him a star and whilst DeHaan's performance is a little over-exaggerated, he still manages to capture that sense of relatable despondency. This also affords Pattinson time out of the spotlight in one of his strongest roles to date.
London Evening Standard:
Pattinson as the restlessly ambitious Stock is more edgy (you can’t help wishing he had been cast as Dean instead)
Boston Herald:
How honest, personal and affecting is LIFE.... Robert Pattinson is perfectly cast as Stock, a man adrift with an ex-wife from a teenage marriage and guilt filled about the young son he never sees.
The main things you'll remember are Pattinson's best performance and the finest projectile vomit scene you’ve ever seen.
Robert Pattinson in a sly turn as Dennis Stock...It’s the peculiarly moving, even subtly queer friendship between the two men that distinguishes “Life” from standard inside-Hollywood fare, while gorgeous production values and ace star turns make it a thoroughly marketable arthouse prospect...DeHaan and Pattinson enact this anti-romance beautifully, each man quizzically eyeing the other for leads and clues, while coyly retreating from scrutiny. Pattinson, adding to his post-“Twilight” gallery of sharp-cut screw-ups, brings intriguing layers of childish dysfunction to a character who is only ostensibly the straight man in the partnership.
Gone With The Movies:
For Robert Pattinson, his take on iconic photographer Dennis Stock is equally as impressive as he enters the world of Hollywood from the other side of the carpet (and at bottom). Spotting Dean's talent early, Stock, in the two-hour running time attempts to get photographs of Dean before fame kicks in. Deadlines, pressure and awkwardness soon mount-up, and Pattinson expertly presents it onto screen.
Little White Lies:
Robert Pattinson impresses in this stylish drama about the relationship between celebrity and the media. An intense mob formed around the Berlinale press screening of Anton Corbijn's Life — such is the continued allure of Robert Pattinson. His fans beyond the festival will be pleased to hear that his brittle performance as LIFE magazine photographer, Dennis Stock, outshines Dane DeHaan's over-baked rendering of James Dean, although the latter is poignant enough to enliven this tale of men helping each other to take a leap into greatness...Pattinson's performance is as crisp as the white shirt and black suits his character always wears. This is a camouflage for his own problems that slowly unfurl, adding colour and improving the film...The social backdrop is just as carefully wrought. In another film, Ben Kingsley's fuming studio head, Jack Warner, would be The Other Man to Jimmy Dean and the tussle would be Saving Mr Banks flavour. Instead, Kingsley ball-busts just enough to give Jimmy's non-conformity gravitas, but the viewfinder is trained on the man behind the camera. Pattinson steps up, allowing more of his character's insides to come out. As Life proceeds the pace picks up and by the third act, it is a compelling dramatisation of an artistically fascinating alliance.
Screen Daily:
The two leads convince as actors; it’s the characters that are more of a problem. DeHaan method acts his way into the persona of a consummate method actor whose cool persona was partly a protective screen; his Dean is very much in the mould of the Dean remembered by his East Of Eden co-star Lois Smith, who once said: “He was a sweet, rustic person, but there was also this suspicious, taut, guarded young man”. Pattinson’s hangdog character is defined by an exchange in which, after Dean tells him he’s disappointed in him, he replies “you’re not the only one”.
The Hollywood Reporter:
While Pattinson has endured a lot of gratuitous bashing post-Twilight, he gives arguably the most fully rounded performance here
The Guardian review is bleh but I did wonder if anyone was going to muse about if Rob was in the role of Dean instead. It was something many of us thought when Rob was first cast and several media outlets during the casting announcement thought so as well.


Robert Pattinson's 'Life' Trailer Is Coming Soon

Robert Pattinson's 'Life' Trailer Is Coming Soon

There's one word that every Rob fan knows only too well.....SOON.  We've heard it so many times with Rob projects. Well here's another thing that's coming "soon". The trailer for Life.

Charlotte Bruus Christensen who is the Director of Photography for Life has this on her website.

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We got a new peek of Rob as Dennis Stock earlier this week  so hopefully soon is not too far away.

Thanks Susie for the heads up.

'The Rover' US DVD/Blu-Ray Cover Art & Special Feature Details

UPDATE: You can now Pre-Order on (Release Date 23rd September). Links Below.


'The Rover' US DVD/Blu-Ray Cover Art & Special Feature Details

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Fueled by engaging performances from Golden Globe® nominee Guy Pearce (Memento, L.A. Confidential) and what Variety calls "a career-redefining performance from Robert Pattinson" (The Twilight Saga franchise, Cosmopolis), The Rover arrives on Blu-ray™ Disc (plus Digital HD) and DVD (plus Digital) September 23 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment.
The tension-filled film, which was released theatrically by A24, was an Official Selection of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. The Rover, directed by visionary writer/director David Michôd (Animal Kingdom), also stars Scoot McNairy (TV's "Halt and Catch Fire," upcoming Gone Girl).

Set in a world 10 years into the general collapse of society, The Rover follows hardened loner Eric (Pearce) as he travels the desolate towns and roads of the outback. When a gang of thieves steals his car, they leave behind a wounded Rey (Pattinson). Forcing Rey to help track the gang, Eric will go to any lengths to take back the one thing that still matters to him.

The Rover Blu-ray Disc and DVD include a "making of" featurette and will be available for the suggested retail price of $24.99 and $19.98, respectively.

"Something Elemental: Making The Rover" featurette
*Subject to change.


Year of Production: 2014

Title Copyright: The Rover © 2013 Rover Film Holdings Pty Limited, Screen Australia, Screen NSW and the South Australian Film Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Artwork & Supplementary Materials © 2014 Lions Gate Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Type: Theatrical Release

Rating: R for language and some bloody violence

Genre: Crime; Drama

Blu-ray Closed-Captioning: English SDH

DVD Closed-Captioning: English

Subtitles: English and Spanish

Feature Run Time: 102 minutes

Blu-ray Format: 1080P High Definition 16x9 Widescreen (2.40:1)

DVD Format: 16x9 Widescreen (2.40:1)

Blu-ray Audio: English5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio™

DVD Audio: English5.1 Dolby Digital Audio

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It's not mentioned but I am crossing everything that we get a Rob, Guy, David commentary on this. Come on people make it happen!!!

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NEW: Untagged/full length pics of Robert Pattinson looking HAWT for Esquire UK

NEW: Untagged/full length pics of Robert Pattinson looking HAWT for Esquire UK

EsquireRob produced truly an exceptional interview and A++++++++ photoshoot!

Here are a couple of shots without tags (the cover) or full length (the B&W). ENJOY!!!

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Click HERE if you missed that great interview and more pics and HERE if you missed some BTS pics!

Source: Esquire

NEW PHOTOSHOOT & INTERVIEW: Robert Pattinson In Esquire UK Magazine

UPDATE: Added Larger/Better Quality versions some of the pics & new pic on the subscriber issue of Esquire Below
NEW PHOTOSHOOT & INTERVIEW: Robert Pattinson In Esquire UK Magazine

We told you at the end of May that Rob had done a photoshoot for Esquire Magazine. And we even got a sneak peek.
And now we have the photoshoot and a brilliant interview !

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If you want to order a copy online head over HERE to Newsstand to get your hands on a copy.

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Oh My Gosh. Did you survive those?
Blanche is on standby in case you need her.

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Anton Corbijn talks about LIFE and Robert Pattinson: "He works very hard to be valued as an actor"

Anton Corbijn talks about LIFE and Robert Pattinson: "He works very hard to be valued as an actor"

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Excerpt from The Playlist:
I believe you said you’d make three films and then evaluate from there, and “Life” is your fourth film. Yeah and for the first three films I made a book about the films because I also [thought they were] going to be my last films. It’s just snapshots with some lighting. But for the fourth film I decided not to do it anymore, so I don’t feel it’s my last film. 
That’s interesting there’s no book, just because “Life” has a photography component, with Dennis Stock.I know, and it’s always in the back of your mind because you have the camera ready if there’s a picture I can take anywhere. But you should actually concentrate on other things. And with “Life,” we shot it in the winter in New York and Toronto, and it was the worst winter in 30 years. I have very low blood pressure so I can’t touch these things. 
In “Life,” Dane DeHaan will be playing James Dean. How difficult was it to cast someone in that role?It was difficult. Also I think for the actors it’s very difficult to step in his shoes. But Dane DeHaan plays it well. He’s a tremendous actor. I don’t think he wanted to do it initially. He wouldn’t take a meeting with me because he didn’t want to be persuaded. But luckily he came to me and he was persuaded. He’s amazing. 
He’s great in “Kill Your Darlings.”Yeah, and “Place Beyond the Pines.” I haven’t seen “Spider-Man [2].” “Lawless” I have seen. And he’s in “Devil’s Knot” and “Life After Beth.” I haven’t seen that. I was in Sundance but I didn’t manage to see a single film. 
What about Robert Pattinson’s work in the movie?Rob and Dan very different kind of actors. They’re very, very different kind of people in the film, so it was fantastic. They were so different naturally. For Rob to play a photographer is quite interesting because he’s being chased by photographers all the time. Rob is of course a film star, but he likes to be seen as an actor, so he works very hard to be an actor and be valued as an actor. And in the film he plays this photographer who wants to be seen as a great photographer. So I think there’s a parallel there that’s helpful. 
He’s made a lot of interesting acting choices, “Cosmopolis”…...Yeah, “The Rover.” I hear that “Map to the Stars” is a really great film. I am looking forward to seeing it. 
I was hoping to see “Life” announced as part of the TIFF 2014 lineup. Yeah, I was hoping that too, but we are too far from finishing, because we finished [shooting] in late October. 
Will we see it at on the fall festival circuit anywhere?I reckon it will be 2015.
I'm so so so looking forward to this film in 2015. SO looking forward.

VIDEO: Another Snippet Of Robert Pattinson's Interview With Szeretettel Hollywoodból

VIDEO: Another Snippet Of Robert Pattinson's Interview With Szeretettel Hollywoodból

We're being drip fed this interview.
In this preview Rob is asked about moving house.

Thanks Viktoria for the heads up!

VIDEO: Is Life After Twilight Easier Or More Difficult For Robert Pattinson?

VIDEO: Is Life After Twilight Easier Or More Difficult For Robert Pattinson?

Szeretettel Hollywoodból found out.
We will finally see this full interview on Saturday  ;)


Another Preview Of Robert Pattinson's Interview With Szeretettel Hollywoodból & Some New/Old Pics From Cannes

Another Preview Of Robert Pattinson's Interview With Szeretettel Hollywoodból & Some New/Old Pics From Cannes

This is a second 'little' preview of Rob's interview with Szeretettel Hollywoodból (previous preview is HERE)
Here's hoping we get to see the full interview soon. They are really keeping us hanging on for it.

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They also shared some new/old pics of Rob on their Facebook Timeline from the Maps to The Stars AfterParty in Cannes and from interviews they did with him.

Hugs for Rob

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Robert Pattinson to work with Olivier Assayas? "Let's hope so..."

UPDATE: Another mention from a different interview added below 
Robert Pattinson to work with Olivier Assayas? "Let's hope so..."

It looks like Rob has got another esteemed director lined up...Olivier Assayas!

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The rumor comes from an interview Assayas conducted with French newspaper, "The Inrocks". Pattinson Art Work has provided a translation of the interview but the French version follows directly after:
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Translation: "I see that in the United States, especially since the success of 'l'Heure d'été' and 'Carlos', I gained a relative notoriety, which sharpens the curiosity of some actors. In my next film, for example, will included Robert Pattinson."
Transcript: "Je vois bien qu'aux États-Unis, notamment depuis le succès de 'l'Heure d'été' et de 'Carlos', j'ai acquis une notoriété relative, qui aiguise la curiosité de certains acteurs. Dans mon prochain film par exemple, figurera Robert Pattinson."
That's awesome. Rob is pretty entrenched in the auteur, independent film circuit now. And a bit of trivia, do you remember the last time we mentioned Assayas on the blog? These guys were having a bit of fun with Rob's fandom but Rob was there with buddies Tom Sturridge and Johnny Flynn (Flynn was in Assayas' Something In The Air). Now I wish those guys had eavesdropped on some conversations with Rob and Olivier. We know the collaboration was welcomed in 2012....

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The film Rob might be in isn't specified but Variety has some information on Assayas' next film, HUBRIS - his first shot in the US. It'll be "an action-packed crime thriller set against the backdrop of organized crime in Chicago in the 1970s." Oh YES PLEASE!

Assayas will write the script. "Inspired by an article by journo Hillel Levin, “Hubris” turns on a gang of thieves led by notorious mastermind John Mendell who rob a pawn shop only to discover it is a front for Chicago’s most brutal crime boss, Tony Accardo."

GAH. We'll keep a look out to see if this is the one Rob might be involved in.

Scans | Via: PAW | Variety Tips: Clara & OhWell

Another mention from Olivier of possibly working with Rob. This time in an interview with Studio Cine Live.

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"These young people really deserve to be recognized
Besides, my next film
I'll probably shoot with robert pattinson"

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Robert Pattinson is transformative and stunning in The Rover and we are all gonna die

Robert Pattinson is transformative and stunning in The Rover and we are all gonna die

UPDATE: Another tweet. Another GAH! Also when I read or hear the word riveting...I think of Tyler! "Why aren't you RIVETED!" Do any of you use this in real life? I do. It makes for peculiar conversation.

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Seriously. What coping skills do we have to prepare for ReyRob???

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We loooooooove this time. Do you know what time? THIS TIME!

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GAAAAAAAAHHHH!!! Review time!!! There was a private screening from Canadian distributor, eOne, in Toronto Monday night and those tweets* popped up afterwards.

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Let us marinate on....."ROBERT PATTINSON WAS STUNNING."

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I can't take it and this isn't even the avalanche. OMG.

Rotten Tomatoes also included the review from Film Comment on The Rover's page. It makes it the first review on the site and it's FRESH!

From Film Comment's, Maitland McDonagh:
Michôd's sweet spot is the intersection of high and low, the place where genre clichés bleed into unpredictable and nuanced storytelling.
We posted the full article HERE but it's very spoilery. Beware if you enter. As the film is released, we'll start having spoiler posts so you guys can talk about the film and rave about Rob - basically what we do every day, non? ;) We'll also start gathering the delicious reviews as they pile in! It's about time we do THIS again.


*Rob doesn't have twitter. The Rob fraud in the above tweets is just trying to live the dream.

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Robert Pattinson's The Rover teaser trailer coming to us before January 30th + MORE!

Robert Pattinson's The Rover teaser trailer coming to us before January 30th + MORE!

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Just when we thought we should be getting ourselves strapped into our seat belts for January 30th, we find out we need to prepare sooner!

Our sister site, The Rover film, received some exciting confirmation from US distributor, A24:
We reached out to the US distributor for the film, A24 Films, and asked them about the Australian premiere of The Rover teaser trailer. They confirmed that the teaser trailer would be released online before it shows during the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) broadcast. The online premiere of the teaser trailer from A24 is separate from the AACTA awards show and will happen before January 30th. 
They also confirmed The Rover teaser trailer would be over a minute long.
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YESSSSSSSSSSSSSS! Our bodies are ready.
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