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Posted on October 17, 2020 / by Laura in Interview

Robert Pattinson talked about Fashion and fragrance in a new interview with Stern Magazine (Germany). Here is a translation of the article made by RPAU with Google Translation.

“Men’s fashion looks best when women wear it”

As an actor, I’m used to slipping into other roles. It is similar with fashion. When I’m at home, I like to walk around in my dressing gown. I like that, also because it makes me look like the mafia boss from “The Sopranos”. I’m not a fashion victim in my private life, I like it casual, sometimes my clothes don’t go together either. Then I put on whatever works: my biker leather jacket. For me the most manly piece of clothing. However, I am not a fan of the gender demarcation. In fact, I find, men’s fashion looks best when women wear it.

Unlike in private, I like to dress eccentrically for public appearances. I remember the premiere of my film “High Life” in New York. At that time I was wearing a black suit from Dior: a double-breasted jacket with knee-length basketball shorts, plus lace up shoes with awhite rubber soles. I definitely didn’t want to wear a bourgeois tuxedo, but rather a special look.

I now enjoy standing out on the red carpet. Only once did my fashion courage suffer. Karl Lagerfeld took me aside, tapped my open jacket and said: If you don’t want to embarrass yourself, you better close the button.” A rule that I’ve followed meticulously ever since. But even when I like experimenting with fashion, I’m reluctant to use fragrances. For me, there is nothing worse than attracting attention with an unpleasant, heavy perfume that hangs in the room when I’ve long left it. I like light scents that mix with my own smell. I am always happy when people say to me: “You smell good”. That is a nice compliment for me. Smells fascinate me. It’s like my childhood. Maybe it’s because I grew up in London. Everyone who lives there knows the smell of rain falling on the asphalt. A scent that may have been written about too often. But it’s special – and always makes me feel at home.

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Posted on October 03, 2020 / by Laura in Interview, John David Washington

There is a new interview with John David Washington who talks about Robert Pattinson. He said “It was love at first sight. That’s the homie.” when talking about their first meeting. That’s really cute. He also said that ‘they are all fans of his work‘ and that ‘they all know his work’. We love their bromance! We want more. Enjoy the full interview below. 🙂

Posted on September 27, 2020 / by Laura in Interview, screen captures, The Devil All The Time

Here is a new interview with Robert Pattinson and Director Antonio Campos who discuss Robert’s accent, acting, inspirations, and the making of “The Devil All The Time”. You can find below some quotes from the interview. We also added HQ screen captures to our gallery. Enjoy 🙂 

  • “Some people like watching skateboard videos where they can do the trick, others like watching when they crash I’m more of the watching people fall & crash type of person. I want to be that kind of actor”

  • ” When I started acting. It’s always really fun. And then when you start doing it professionally, it’s terrifying and so competitive. It doesn’t feel fun for a while. And I think of over the last few jobs, during jobs like this (TDATT). I mean it’s really fun when you can kind of scenes like this when you really feel you really feel you’re like flying and stuff.”

  • “I was wandering around the city, just learning the lines. I don’t know what it is, there’s just something about some pronunciations that just really tickle me…I was just wandering around, and then I’d say something, recording things on my phone. Kind of just making myself laugh…you kind of have to be working with a friend to be able to just be like ‘I just want to do this thing. It doesn’t really make a lot of sense.”

Posted on August 26, 2020 / by Laura in Interview, Tenet

Tenet will be out in a few days so Robert Pattinson (who is in London), John David Washington, and Elizabeth Debicki (who are in Los Angeles) are being interviewed by several TV, channels..etc.to promote Tenet! You can find below all the videos! Enjoy 🙂

Robert Pattinson and Elizabeth Debicki for Kinowetter

The cast of Tenet for TG5 (Italy)

 

Robert Pattinson and Elizabeth Debicki for JN (Portugal)

The cast of Tenet for LCI (France)

The cast of Tenet for MTV (USA)

Robert Pattinson and Elizabeth Debicki for Gamespot (USA)

Robert Pattinson for Il Messaggero (Italy)

 

 

The cast of Tenet for Zaobao (Singapore)

Robert Pattinson & Christopher Nolan for CNA (Asia)

Robert Pattinson and Elizabeth Debicki for Sensa Cine (Espana)

Posted on July 01, 2020 / by Laura in Interview

Here is another new interview with Robert Pattinson for Milliyet Sanat Turkey! Thank you @taybertstewyfor the translation!

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What do you wanna say about your character?

Robert Pattinson: My character is a colleague of John David Washington’s character and he is English. That’s all I’m gonna say.

 

Let’s talk about Christopher Nolan. Do you like his movies?

Robert Pattinson: Of course. I guess everybody likes his movies. I think he is one of the very rare directors who constantly make this divine and challenging mainstream movies. His movies are always genuine and surprising, you are not presented something easy to digest. And every single movie of him is different than the previous one. For example, I remember the time Dunkirk came out. It was such a masterstroke… A masterpiece. Then “Tenet” came. This is an extraordinary movie which harbors engineering & vision with every aspect of it.

 

What was it like to collaborate with Nolan for the first time for you?

Robert Pattinson: I’m not gonna lie, almost every actor wants to work with him. So I was excited too. Watching him work in a big production like Tenet is simply fascinating, there are so many variances that… But Chris is dominating everything every moment and he is balanced. Nothing stresses him, nothing shakes. I’d never seen anything like this in my life. It was a very hard movie to shoot in many respects yet I remember the shootings as a very beautiful period.

 

You were a part of a very assertive cast…

Robert Pattinson: Yes, he worked with an incredible cast and a complex script and every actor had the same mindset. I hadn’t met John David, it was a chance to get along with him because most scenes of mine were with him. We worked very closely for a couple of months together. I guess it became one of the closest friendships I have ever built during a movie.

 

There are both moving forward and backward among the stunt works of the movie, right? Possibly, training period for it was interesting. Can you talk about it a little?

Robert Pattinson: It was hard because it was not like a real fight. I mean, you are doing the exaggerated and unnatural moves and then you are doing the opposite, it was quite intimidating. Let alone moving unlike your natural tendencies, your character is kind of an expert. Then you look at the stunt doubles, despite the fact that they were trained for weeks for it, at first they also found it hard.

 

Why do you think this movie should be watched in theaters?

Robert Pattinson: Because it is a very assertive and complex movie. First of all, no one makes movies like Chris and this movie is as if “Nolan got steroids” because he uses the new technology in IMAX cams. These cameras were specifically designed for this movie. I can’t imagine what it will be like to watch it on the big screen. When you consider the fact that people weren’t able to go to cinema for months, it is amazing that they await this movie impatiently. I think it shows what things are doable in cinema. Chris, with all his power, pushes the limits of what can be done with zero special effect. It is a very intense experience and it is not possible to experience it fully without watching it on the biggest screen you could find






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