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Posted on November 05, 2020 / by Laura in Interview, Photoshoot, Photoshoot 2020

Thanks to Vanity Fair France we got a brand new interview and 4 new beautiful photos of Robert Pattinson! He made the interview and the photoshoot on January 17th, in Paris in the Bristol Hotel. We translated the interview for you (sorry our English is not perfect).  Enjoy 🙂

Robert Pattinson first talks about the time it took to shoot Tenet

The Batman too, it will last 6 long months. Nolan’s film started in March 2019 and ran until mid-November. And the next day I went to the Batman rehearsals, physical preparation, costumes… In total, I had only two days off.

Robert Pattinson talks about the Chet Baker project

I had been approached for a  serious project around Chet Baker. I read a lot about his life, reviewed ‘Let’s Get Lost’, listened to his records, studied his voice. When you immerse yourself in this chaotic and sad life – we’re talking about a trumpeter who lost his teeth because he owed money to his dealers and had to relearn his instrument like a beginner – you first want to play it. It’s a tragic and beautiful character, Chet. But it is a trap to embody him. The guy is so cool, that no one, absolutely no one in the world, can play Chet Baker as well as Chet Baker when he was playing Chat Baker. This is the typical case of a man who is the best actress of himself. Impossible to compete with that. Do you think he went to Amsterdam? The guy was a paradox,” Pattinson continues. “He sounded so perfect – I was going to say “saintly” – and while we know he was literally poison to a lot of people, you can’t count the number of people he put in the heroine in the jazz scene at the time… How can you have that angelic voice, that divine look and be so double? Those are the kinds of questions I was asking myself when I was wondering whether I should play it or not.” We can’t help but want to draw a parallel with his own perfection. “Are you perfect, Robert?” With the voice of a snake or a child, he answered: “Yes. I am perfect and empty.” He bursts out laughing. There is no smell of powder or danger in Pattinson’s wake. 

You are the age of Christ…

“Yes, I am 33 years old… This year will be the year of my resurrection. No, let’s get serious for a second: there’s something strange about my age. Since I’m 30, I spend my time saying that I’m turning 40. It’s pleasant to watch, to see different projects take me away from those of my vampiric youth. It’s also nice to feel more stable every day. Yes, I was certainly looking forward to getting older.”

When did you enter the film industry?

“When I was 15 years old. Which means that I’ve spent exactly half my life in it. I was a child, then I was an actor. It’s so strange. I got into it almost by accident. The first real role was already pure madness: I was 15 when I played in Harry Potter. 15 years old… Before that, I had been modeling and trying to make movies for four years, at my mother’s instigation. I even played in that movie, Vanity Fair, but I ended up getting cut in the editing, which didn’t bode well for a great start. Then there was Twilight, for four years full time, from 2008 to 2011. Four years… only four years… but with what it meant, all of a sudden… I was 21 or 22 when the first Twilight came out. If I was lying alone on a couch right now, I could see every moment of it again. There’s not a second of the Twilight madness that I don’t remember. But very quickly, around the age of 25, I felt that I couldn’t go any further in popularity. The game was being played elsewhere for me; with the challenge of becoming a real actor, for example.”

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Posted on June 26, 2020 / by Laura in Interview, Photoshoot 2020, Tenet

Hello guys, we finally had access to the Fotogramas Magazine Scans. In addition to 2 new photos, there is a new interview with Robert Pattinson. He talks about his Tenet character, the day he read the script, Christopher Nolan.. 😀 
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What can you tell us about your character? who is he? What does he want? What he has to face to get it?

Robert Pattinson: I’m still not sure what I can say about my character without revealing too much. Let’s say, he is complex, as the world, he moves in, and this complicates his desires, o maybe he sees them as something secondary. There’s no ideology that convinces him, and he refuses to reduce the world to chat is right and what is wrong. Maybe he doesn’t have the time to think if what he does is correct, or what he desires is wrong. But he knows that something is about to happen, and he has to prevent it from happening. If he had any moral imperative it could be an idiosyncratic code, build from his own experience…not that many people know what it is. He devotes his life to save something. Maybe it is the world, maybe it is his best friend. Maybe both of them are strangely connected. Maybe if I say many times “maybe”, I can avoid talking too much.

 

When did you read the entire script for the first time? Did you talk with the rest of the cast about the plot?

Robert Pattinson: I think I read the script in my second meeting with Christopher Nolan. They did not lock me in a room to read it, but let’s say that the door had a lock, just in case. I felt as if they had invited me to take part of a special function, a secretive on John David and I talked a lot about the plot. We still do it. It’s one of the things that I like the most about this project: the script allows endless discussion.

 

How would you describe Nolan’s filming style and his way of directing actors? How his shootings are?

Robert Pattinson: Christopher Nolan is always open to ideas and questions, even if those questions lead to more questions. But he always knows what he wants and when he gets what he is looking for. He’s very good at walking the thin line between collaboration and direction. And about his shootings, you need to have a huge vision to pull off movies like the ones he does. He surrounds himself with highly qualified and regular collaborators who know him and know how to give what he wants. The scale of the sets, the control about the look and costume of the characters, the spectacular action scenes, and the number of international sets where we shoot, this is just another level! I hadn’t seen anything like this in my life.

 

Nolan films are always a narrative challenge, but when you’re able to follow it, you feel emotionally rewarded. Do you think his ability to narrate is the best special effect? Do you think that, as an audience, we’ve become used to stories too simple?

Robert Pattinson: I don’t know if simple stories are a reward to the audience, but I know that great stories always are an incredible milestone. The first one are more common, but I also think that the enthusiasm that people have for Nolan films show that there’s an audience for them, and a big one, an audience that wants this type of stories that, as you say, are a challenge but at the same time offer the bigger rewards.

 

The first day of Tenet was the day of the confirmation that you were going to be The Batman. How it was to share the news with Christopher Nolan? Did he give you any advice?

Robert Pattinson: It was like an extra sensorial experience. Rather than receiving some specific advice, the best of all was hearing from some of the stories from the production of The Dark Knight trilogy or talking with him about Batman canon.

 

What is your favorite Nolan film?

Robert Pattinson: It’s difficult to choose just one, I haven’t seen tenet yet, but I’m sure that it’s already one of my top candidates. As in many of his films, Tenet characters have to move in a world just after realizing that the rules have changed. It opens new possibilities, but also new threats. The audience will realize everything at the same time as the characters. It’s exciting for everyone. I’m still learning new things about how the world of movies works, so I’m still mulling over everything in my head. I think you need to see the movie before I can say anything else about it. If not, I’d have to have a master’s in physics to explain it in a better way.

Link to see the scans thanks to @Pattinson_army / Traduction thanks to @calimagirl

 

Posted on June 19, 2020 / by Laura in Photoshoot 2020, Tenet, Uncategorized

Robert Pattinson, John David Washington and Elizabeth Debicki are on the cover of the Entertainment Weekly magazine (July issue) to promote Tenet! 😀
 

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Washington and Pattinson spent days in a car — with Pattinson driving — while shooting a chase sequence in Estonia. “Never a dull moment in a car with Rob, I’m telling you that for sure.” says Washington.

Posted on May 12, 2020 / by Laura in Interview, Photoshoot 2020

Tomorrow is Robert Pattinson’s birthday, but I feel like it’s mine ahah! This new photoshoot is incredible, Robert is definitely talented. Enjoy all these amazing HQ outtakes. 😀 

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Robert Pattinson:  I don’t know how this is going to work. My phone broke, the internet broke, everything broke. I’m like, “What, why is everything updating, and how do you stop it updating?”

GQ: You can’t update anything. That’s dangerous.
Robert Pattinson: I know. I don’t think I’ve ever pressed “update” in my life. I’ve just always put it off for tomorrow.

GQ: Never update!

Robert Pattinson: Wait, let me just try with my, let me just try and connect my—ah, actually, you know what? I’m not even gonna try and do a Bluetooth. I’m just gonna mute it the old-fashioned way. My headphones. Um, how are you doing? Where are you at?

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Robert Pattinson: Yesterday I was just googling, I was going on YouTube to see how to microwave pasta. [laughs]

GQ: That’s not a thing.

Put it in a bowl and microwave it. That is how to microwave pasta. And also it really, really isn’t a thing. It’s really actually quite revolting. But I mean, who would have thought that it actually makes it taste disgusting?

GQ: How are you actually surviving?

Robert Pattinson: I’m essentially on a meal plan for Batman. Thank God. I don’t know what I’d be doing other than that. But I mean, yeah, other than—I can survive. I’ll have oatmeal with, like, vanilla protein powder on it. And I will barely even mix it up. It’s extraordinarily easy. Like, I eat out of cans and stuff. I’ll literally put Tabasco inside a tuna can and just eat it out of the can.

GQ: You’ve been training all your life for this, apparently.
Robert Pattinson: I… It is weird, but my preferences are…just sort of eat like a wild animal. [laughs] Like, out of a trash can.

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Posted on May 12, 2020 / by Laura in Interview, Photoshoot 2020

Hello guys, I hope you’re all doing well! Today you can discover a new photoshoot of Robert Pattinson for GQ (June/July 2020 Issue). He photographed himself for this special edition due to the COVID-19! You can read the story behind the photoshoot below. The magazine was published on the Internet today and will start to reach readers on May 26! Enjoy 😀

 

GQ Director, Welch, and his team aimed to capture the anxiety and open-mindedness that many people experience, locked up in their homes, and excluded from their usual routines. He has greened some “calculated risks,” such as letting cover star Robert Pattinson photograph himself.

Zach Baron, lead editor, who wrote the cover profile:Robert Pattinson was filming “Batman” [in London], so the idea was to go get him on a day off or, if I was lucky, even to visit the plateau. But we never managed to book a plane ticket.”


“Robert Pattinson has a bunch of cool cameras and he’s in an Airbnb in London. He had cameras with him and maybe also a digital camera, and he was ready to photograph himself. I do not know him. It’s not like they sent me a portfolio of his photos or anything. He just said, “I would be willing to do it if you wanted to.” It is not something I would like to do with anyone. But in his case, everything about the directors he chose … and all the moves he made after “Twilight” showed a real creative spirit and an incredible taste and instincts.”.


March 25: Welch, Visual Director Roxanne Behr and GQ Entertainment Director Dana Mathews have a phone call with Robert Pattinson, her manager and publicist to share some tips for the filming, which Pattinson will do alone in her apartment, where he is in quarantine with his girlfriend.

Roxanne Behr, Director of Visuals: I gave her a wide range of historical references to the art of self-portrait… I have never spent as much time on a bridge as for Robert.

March 30: GQ sends Robert Pattinson clothing for shooting: Dior and Louis Vuitton suits, Burberry scarves, Turnbull & Asser scarf, Paul Smith blazer and pants, Elder Statesman socks and Alighieri jewelry. 

We sent an email [PR firm] Karla Otto’s London team to see if they could get us something from Craig Green because his collection was vibrant and brilliant… and they came up with a few things, including this red look.

Dawodu: This costume was obvious because it is a costume and it is easy, in my opinion. And it was [a question of] whether or not he was going to go or not. [Robert and I] had a very casual conversation, I made a few suggestions and didn’t think about it any more personally. It’s no use… I felt safe in the editing.

April 9: Robert Pattinson sends images digitally to Roxanne. Not hiding a messy apartment, the images have a chaotic quality. In some shots, Pattinson even tied socks and scarves around his arms, legs and head.

Dawodu: I told him to go wild.

I think it’s a good time for brands to listen and for them to accept creativity that they would not normally have accepted before.

Baron: In some ways, the weirdness of it all set him on fire, just as it set us on fire. These are interesting problems to solve.

Behr: What he sent was very unexpected and it’s the beauty of the project…. It’s just not the shoot we would have done if we had shot it. It’s totally refreshing. You can totally say that he is in his own world – there is no hair, there is no makeup.

“He sent us a ton of photos, which we then reduced to 16. He didn’t tell us “I really don’t like this one, don’t us,” which surprised us, in fact.”

April 10: Pattinson and Baron begin a series of conversations for the interview.

“Robert Pattinson has proven to be a very good partner for this because – and he talks about it in history – he feeds on clumsiness. he feeds on strange situations.”

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