Saturday, November 29, 2014

New Fan Picture of Rob at LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art) - November 29th

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


Friday, November 28, 2014

New Image from LIFE + Anton Corbijn Talks About Post-Production of the Movie

For his latest project Anton Corbijn has returned to the Hanseatic city. In Post Republic Life is currently preparing the color grading for 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 in Hamburg 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 special meeting 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 Proträts. Also on film, he has worked with artists and personalities within his first film control the life of Ian Curtis, the lead singer of the band Joy Devision in scene.

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

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Rob Played the Guitar on Death Grips' Song "Birds"

Music Rob is back. Rob played guitar on 'Birds' for the band Death Grips.

@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.

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

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New Fan Picture of Rob in LA Celebrating Thanksgiving - Nov 27th, 2014

I got the best host mum in the entire world!!! #happy #thanksgiving
#and #robertpattinson #in #the #background haha


Wednesday, November 26, 2014

New/Old Video of Rob and Dane DeHaan Filming Life in Toronto


'People Talking About Rob' Compilation Post and Updated News of Rob's Project

So we can focus more on Rob pictures and interviews we decided to have compilation posts (about 3-4 posts/year) for all the latest Rob mentions and only having exclusive entries when the person talking him in an interview is breaking news (like casting news). Here are the "people talking about Rob" articles from the last 4 months. Some interviews we tweeted links of the original source when they were posted and now they're in the blog.

Also, at the bottom of this post, updated news about some of Rob's projects from interviews and tweets from cast and crew.

Julianne Moore

“Robert’s looks belie who he is inside. He has this formidable, very beautiful face. He’s such a gorgeous guy. He looks like he would be remote, but the minute I met him, he was very chatty. He’s very funny. He’s knowledgeable about film. He loves acting, actors and movies."

“Robert talked the entire time. I have to say I was shocked because I didn’t expect it. I mean, he’s so friendly, truly delightful, smart and talented. I loved him right away!”

FKA twigs

Interview Magazine Germany (scan from where she talks about Rob and translation thanks to Verena via email)
Interview: Are you not scared that your music could set beside your new boyfriend?
Not as long as the music sets the tone (laughs).

Interview: I was allowed to interview your new friend one year ago. He was the first star my daughter met.
Oh? Where? Now I already love your daughter.

Interview: In Los Angeles. She was six weeks old.
Was he nice to her? Has he picked her up?

Interview: No, then he could have bitten her.
(laughs) But you have interviewed him?

Interview: He was winning as it can only do Englishmen.
He is so sweet.

Interview: And unexpectedly funny. Still he looked sad in a certain kind. I hope you can take this from him.
I try

Interview: Are you afraid to lead a so known long distance relationship?
Why should I have to?

Interview: Because everybody watches and you find no time for itself?
You must simply take the (time), then this will work. If two people really want to see each other, then this is going to work. And with us it works up quite well.
USA Today

Despite the critical acclaim that met LP1, Twigs has also encountered an uglier side of fame since stepping out with reported boyfriend Robert Pattinson, of Twilight fame, in September. Faced with floods of racist remarks and death threats on Twitter, and swarmed by paparazzi, she has since taken a step back from social media — after all, she says, she has no control over the online venom of "14-year-old kids that should be in bed" — but she still finds the constant attention difficult.

"I really enjoy the fun of putting something out and people liking it or hating it or talking about it, but vacuous attention, it feels disgusting. It's like a hangover," she says. "It's weird, I know that's not really because of me or what I'm doing," but nevertheless, "the positivity that I get from (my relationship) makes the more challenging aspects ... very worth it."

This might be a subject on her mind because she’s been wrestling, of late, with a fairly major collision between the worlds of the niche and the mainstream. When her relationship with Robert Pattinson became public, a couple of months ago, it narcotised her public profile – a profile that had until then been pretty subtle and quiet and under Twigs’s direct control. Pattinson retains a lot of manic fans from his days as a young-adult idol in the Twilight film franchise. Twigs is mixed-race, her mother part Spanish and her father Jamaican, and when the relationship with Pattinson came to light she received a lot of crude online abuse from his fans. “I am genuinely shocked and disgusted at the amount of racism that has been infecting my [Twitter] account the past week,” she tweeted in September.

Twigs tells me: “Obviously I know if you’re putting yourself out there, saying, ‘Hey! Listen to my music!’, with pictures of yourself in the magazines, then people are going to judge you. ‘I hate her music. I hate her hair. I hate her production. I hate her videos.’ Fine: don’t care. That’s the great thing about art, it’s not for everyone. But when it comes to racism, really? In this day and age? Pick that?”

Pattinson has joined her in these early stages of her US tour, a sweet gesture that has unfortunately launched a grim game of cat and mouse around the city, the pair trailed everywhere by a school of paparazzi. There were especially awkward photographs taken the night before our lunch, Twigs pictured getting out of a cab with one hand in Pattinson’s and the other trying to shield her face from flashbulbs. I tell her how uncomfortable the images were to look at, her distress plain. She doesn’t want to go in to specifics of her romantic life (who would, after two months of gossip-page commentary?) but she says something rather lovely about the compromises required of this new relationship. I think it’s worth quoting in full.

“That side of my life [the paparazzi] is nothing to do with me. That’s, like… That is the… side of life of the man that I love. And… when that started happening I had to… Because that is the opposite of who I am as a person, and it was weird… Then I had to sit back and have a conversation with myself and I had to say: that is something really horrible. No, not horrible, I don’t find it horrible, it’s something that’s very challenging. I look uncomfortable because I am uncomfortable. But then it’s, like, is this person in my life worth that? And he is, without question. Do you know what I mean? In comparison to how happy I am. And how I feel with him. It’s 100% worth it. Does that make sense?”

It does.

“Good,” she says. We eat our trendy food.
David Cronenberg

The Hollywood Reporter
(and a quote from Julianne Moore)
David Cronenberg’s Hollywood-centered family melodrama Maps to the Stars marks the veteran director’s second straight film with Twilight alum Robert Pattinson after 2012′s Cosmopolis.

Although many still see Pattinson as vampire heartthrob Edward Cullen, Cronenberg told The Hollywood Reporter he could easily look past that.

“I have no problem ignoring that,” the director said of Pattinson’s Twilight past. “Of course I watched the first Twilight movie just to see what he was like and get a feel for his screen presence and so on and so on…by the time you’re on the set, it’s just the two of you making movies. You forget your own movies too.”

Speaking to THR ahead of Saturday night’s New York Film Festival screening of Maps, Cronenberg explained that he wanted to work with Pattinson (who wasn’t in attendance at the New York event) on this movie not only because the director thinks of him as “a wonderful actor” and they “had a good time on Cosmopolis” but also because it provided the opportunity for Pattinson to participate in the sort of ensemble film he’d told Cronenberg he wanted to do.

“He told me that he was scared about Cosmopolis because he had not really wanted to do a movie where he was the lead and had the whole movie on his shoulders,” the director explained. “And of course in that movie he’s in almost every scene. He said, ‘One day I’d love to do an ensemble piece where there are a lot of good actors and [he's] just one of them.’”


[Julianne] Moore said that despite working with Pattinson and the Hunger Games cast, with her role in the upcoming Mockingjay installments, she doesn’t have any advice for her younger co-stars.

'I don’t think any of those actors need my advice," she told THR. "They all have wonderful careers and are magnificent actors and they’ve made really interesting creative choices."

Twitter Chat VIA @eOnefilms

Sarah Gadon

ASOS Magazine
On her leading men co-stars:

“I love what Rob (Pattinson) did in Cosmopolis…on the outside he’s all ‘I don’t know what I’m doing’, but he’s very smart….I get along really well with all my leading men.
Dakota Fanning

Radio Times
She will also be hanging out with friends, including her Twilight co-stars Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson. But don’t call him "R Patz" as I did.
“He is a friend but I don’t call him that! I think it’s kind of rude!,” she laughs. Does he not like it? “I have never asked but when I do hear it for some reason it’s kind of weird to me”.

Daniel Radcliffe

Lorraine - at 2:28

Elle Fanning

Whats Up Hollywoowd
Q: You have the privilege of meeting famous people. Have you had an exciting moment or have your friends gotten jealous of you?
Sometimes they definitely are like, ‘Oh my God!’ And I remember during Twilight when my sister was doing that, they were freaking out like, ‘Robert Pattinson!’ So you definitely get like that sometimes.

Q: How about Justin Bieber?
I’ve never met him, but yeah, I guess… I think Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, those are the two guys who girls in high school that I’ve met have liked. So those are the only two they’ve freaked out about.

Upcoming Projects' News

Queen of the Desert

Cassian Elwes

The Childhood of a Leader

Brady Corbet and Mona Fastvold

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.
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?
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.

IonCinema - At 9:41 (No Rob mention, only talk about the movie)

Bérénice Bejo

Tous Cinéma - At 4:47 | (Translation)
You're going to work with Robert Pattinson, I saw this somewhere. It's going to happen?
Yeah, yeah, in January.

What is it?
And Tim Roth as well.

How is it called?
It's a movie called The Childhood of a Leader, and this is about the relationship between a mother and her son, and the son is a little violent, extremely weird, it is like relate the childhood of a dictator.

It will be in English?
Yes English.

The Lost City of Z

Benedict Cumberbatch

Inquirer - talks about the movie, no Rob mention
“I don’t suffer from being a workaholic,” he emphasized. Laughing, he said, “At heart, I am incredibly lazy. I love nothing better than to kick back, see friends and family and just go on a few more holidays. I did actually have quite a lot of time at the beginning of this year. I was going to be doing a film, ‘The Lost City of Z’ with (director) James Gray. That was put on hold because of problems with the location. Hopefully, it will start in spring next year.”

“The Lost…” is James’ adaptation of David Grann’s bestseller. He will portray Lt. Colonel Percival “Percy” Fawcett, a British artillery officer, archaeologist and explorer who supposedly discovered a mythical city in Brazil’s Amazon jungles in 1925.

New Image of Rob as Jerome in 'Maps to the Stars'

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Saturday, November 22, 2014

Thursday, November 20, 2014

New Picture of Rob and Fan in San Francisco Today - November 20th

Excuse my excited face, he said he highly enjoyed his breakfast unexpected mission COMPLETE


New Pictures of Rob at the GO GO Gala + Donate in Honor of Rob

@thegocampaing is challenging Rob fans to donate in his honor. Rob supports the organization that raises awareness and funds to help orphans and vulnerable children throughout the world (you can learn more about The GO Campaing here).

You can donate it HERE and make it in honor of Rob. As of 5 hours ago, donations were at over $1000.

Last week he attended the GO GO Gala (pictures here) and now @thegocampaing is also sharing new pictures of the event.

New pictures of Rob at the GO GO Gala

ETA: More pictures added

Sunday, November 16, 2014

The Rover Included on A24's "For Your Consideration" Site

A24 Films launched its FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION site yesterday and it's really nice to see that The Rover has been included.

The movie, and especially the performances, got amazing reviews and although considered "a long shot" by some critics (like Indiewire's Thompson on Hollywood), it's great to see that it has been recognized by the studio as possible contender during award season.

Check A24's For Your Consideration site here.

Friday, November 14, 2014

Rob at the Hollywood Film Awards - November 14th

Rob presented Hollywood Director Award to Morten Tyldum (The Imitation Game)

All pictures and videos here :)


Thursday, November 13, 2014

Rob at The GO GO Gala 2014 in LA - November 13th

Rob is once again at the GO GO Gala supporting @thegocampaign. If you don't remember, he also attended the event last year (click here for all the pictures and details).

You can always help donating at

HQ Pictures:

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

New Pictures of Rob at LAX - November 11th

New Videos of Rob and FKA twigs at Vogue Nighs - November 10th

More pictures and videos from that night were posted here and here

Rob and FKA Twigs in the far right of the video

Little bits throughout the video

Short video close-up

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