Video : Robert Pattinson Out Shopping in London Last Week

Seems to me these kids were already having a great time..How awesome to run into Rob..looks like one of his sisters standing there with him :)

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Kristen Stewarts "Still Alice' Co-star Kate Bosworth Talks About Her

Richard Glatzer’s and Wash Westmoreland’s Still Alice features a trio of powerful female performances from TFF alums Julianne Moore (The English Teacher, TFF 2013), Kristen Stewart (Fierce People, The Cake Eaters, TFF 2005 & 2007) and Kate Bosworth (While We Were Here, TFF 2013). Moore received an Oscar nomination for Best Actress for her role as Alice Howland, a linguistics professor diagnosed with early on-set Alzheimer’s disease. Stewart and Bosworth play her two daughters who must deal with their mother’s diagnosis as well as their own genetics.

Tribeca Film Festival: Q: So you got to be another fantastic addition to this acting ensemble.

Kate: Of course! I’ve known Julie [Moore] throughout the years on a personal level, and she’s such an extraordinary woman. I admire her so much. She’s someone I look up to in all areas of life. I felt very fortunate to be able to work with her on a professional level. I also had the opportunity to watch her craft her character, which was something of a marvel to behold. I loved performing with her and Kristen [Stewart]. It’s rare you get the opportunity to work with two women in such a complex manner. I feel the three of us connected so well.

We were able to explore this family of women together, and we each brought something different to our perspective roles. It isn’t something I get the opportunity to do often. Normally—with being the female—you’re kind of the lone wolf on set [laughs], so it was really lovely to connect with them in that way.

Q: Anna is the dutiful, responsible daughter as opposed to Kristen Stewart’s free-spirited Lydia. How did you approach that dynamic?

Kate: We really didn’t discuss it that much. Every actor has a different approach to his or her work. I don’t like to rehearse very much. I like to have the camera roll and see what happens. Because of timing, that’s how we worked on Still Alice. There wasn’t a lot of time for discussion or rehearsal. Kristen inhabited her character so effortlessly and beautifully. I think, given the difference in our ages, there already was a different dynamic in place between us.

I don’t know if my character Anna had every gone through a soul searching experience or had a need for that sort of self-discovery. I feel like she always knew what college she wanted to attend, what kind of degree she would get, what kind of man she would marry, when they should have a baby and so on. She was probably always targeted in that way. I like to think that Anna likes to feel and assume the grown up position more than Lydia, even though she too is struggling. I can definitely identify with that.

Growing up, I think I created armor for myself so that I would not be too vulnerable [laughs]. I love being at the age I am now. I feel like I’ve left all that behind. It was really nice to work with Kristen and see how she utilized this transitional/coming of age aspect of Lydia’s life to make her more open to her mother’s Alzheimer’s disease. That kind of openness makes Alice and Anna uncomfortable because they are women who like to think they are quite together. The switch happens when Anna is unable to deal with her mother on an emotional level and Lydia is able to come in and take over in that sense.

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Kristen Stewarts Stylist Tara Swennen ..Talks about Her NYC 'Still Alice' Promo Style Kristen Stewart's Stylist Explains Her Love Affair With Laid-Back Suiting
It started with her "sexy James Dean" hair.

It's not secret that Kristen Stewart's post-"Twilight" no f--ks given vibe has freed the actress to fully embrace her style, and we here at Fashionista are digging it. In just the past month, she has been making the rounds promoting her new film "Still Alice" wearing masculine-inspired suits almost exclusively and every look has been on-point.

Stewart's stylist Tara Swennen says the reason for the fresh new style is two-fold: New York's winter weather and her new cropped hair. "It's the perfect opportunity for me as stylist to approach a new angle that maybe we haven't hit," she says about the shorter hair. "That's why I thought the suiting was kind of cool for her. To me she sort of oozes that sexy James Dean kind of look right now. That's sort of where I was going."

Stewart has had cropped hair before (it started back when she filmed the Joan Jett biopic in 2010 and has been existing in different variations every since), but Swennen says this time is different. "It wasn't as sleek, it has grown out a little bit now and it's very sophisticated. But, you know, Kristen loves a pantsuit and so anytime we can do a pant, a jumpsuit, that type of thing -- we like to throw it in, and especially the New York weather was a great opportunity to do that."

Her "Today Show" outfit, pictured above, was perhaps the most striking of Stewart's recent looks, pairing sweatpants with an oversize collared shirt from the brand Atea Oceanie. "I personally had seen Kate Hudson in one of their suit sets and just sort of died and loved it so much and thought, 'That is the perfect brand for Kristen,'" said Swennen. "They have this great crisp boyfriend shirt button-up that was very, very oversized and we had to take it in to make it nice for TV, obviously. But I loved pairing it with sweats -- again, because I was thinking about the cold weather and Kristen and I are very comfort-oriented people. It was just something that she'd never really done before."

The same promo-packed day saw Stewart change into another suit for "Late Night with Seth Meyers" from the Paris-based brand Sandro, pictured above. "I've looked for a lot of suiting with her, but she's such a tiny, tiny person that this particular brand just fits her flawlessly," explains Swennen. "She's a big fan of A.L.C. and Jonathan Simkhai because they have sort of scuba tops that fit really well on her petite frame. So instead of pairing it with a collared shirt or a loose t-shirt, we went with a tighter fit this time." Swennen also noted that both suits complement the chunky locket necklace Stewart has been wearing, which was made for her by her makeup artist Jillian Dempsey.

And even when Stewart has to wear heels and a dress -- as she did to the New York premiere of "Still Alice," -- she and Swennen are still exploring new designers. "She'd never worn Roksanda before," says Swennen. "I had the dress at another fitting and I was in love with it, but it just never got tried on. So I called it back in and it was just one of those things where the moment she zipped it on, it literally just fit perfectly. It was flawless, I thought it was fabulous."

Despite her famous resistance to heels, Swennen says her long-time client knows when she has to ditch the sneakers. "I don't mind, after a decade at this point it's a given, I don't even balk at [her preference for sneakers]," she says, laughing. "But she knows when I would love her to wear the heel, she does it." And as for this new chapter in Stewart's red carpet aesthetic? Swennen says it's not strategic. "She's really comfortable with all this stuff. The beauty of her is that she really is a chameleon -- she'll go from wearing dresses to suits and as long as she can wear sneakers with it, she's good."


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Julianne Moore talks about Kristen on 'Watch What Happens Live'

Transcript: "I love her. She's the best girl in the world. She is so talented and so soulful and cares about her work so much. I've known her since she was 12 years old. She's a great person. I don't know where this reputation came from because I've never seen any evidence of it. She is a wonderful actress and a wonderful person. So great in 'Still Alice'... so so good. I just love her. And honestly my husband cast her in a movie when she was 12... and he would come home everyday and say 'this girl is amazing. She's going to be a huge star.' And she is." ♥

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Queen Of The Desert to Have Its World Premier In Competition at Berlin International Film Festival

Queen of the Desert has been selected of the Competetion Programme of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival and will have its world premiere there!

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From Screendaily

The 65th Berlin International Film Festival (Feb 5-15) has added a further eight titles to its Competition programme, ahead of the complete line-up next week.

The films, which originate from across Europe, Asia, the US and the Middle East, include the world premiere of Queen of the Desert, Werner Herzog’s biopic based on the life of British explorer Gertrude Bell.

Nicole Kidman plays the 19th century explorer, known as the female Lawrence of Arabia, and her co-stars include James Franco, Damian Lewis and Robert Pattinson (as TE Lawrence).

From the press release at Berlinale's official site

Queen of the Desert
By Werner Herzog (Fata Morgana, Fitzcarraldo, Cave of Forgotten Dreams)
With Nicole Kidman, James Franco, Damian Lewis , Robert Pattinson
World premiere

The 65th Berlin International Film Festival runs Feb.5-15. We'll add more info about Queen of the Desert dates when available.

And here's the first official still from the movie - Nicole Kidman and James Franco as Gertrude Bell and Henry Cadogan (thanks to @Gossipgyal)

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ETA: And a new BTS still
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Jamie Dornan Mentions Rob in an Interview with Variet

Jamie Dornan recently talked a bit about Rob in an interview with Variety

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Dornan is being accosted by people everywhere who warn him his life is about to change. “Everyone that I meet, people who run studios or other actors, everybody is saying, ‘Are you ready?’ I don’t have a good answer for that, because I don’t know what I’m meant to be ready for.” He’s had a few dinners with Robert Pattinson, who played what amounts to the PG-13 version of Christian in the “Twilight” franchise.

“I’ve been around Rob enough,” Dornan says. “I’ve seen what it’s been like for him.” Have they chatted about the price of fame? “I don’t remember what we talked about the last time I saw him,” he says. “I think we just got drunk.”

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Higher Quality photo of Robert Pattinson for Dior ..

Here's an old photo, it is much bigger and better quality!

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From Citabella magazine - November 2014 issue;

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NEW 'Still Alice' clip: "Genetics"

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Kristen Stewart's Roundtable Interview

Kristen's Roundtable Interview

LOS ANGELES, Jan 17 (Reuters) - Kristen Stewart strides into the room in a power pantsuit and high-heeled pumps.

Within minutes, the actress kicks off her heels and sits cross-legged on her chair, getting comfortable to talk about the good moment in her career, a very different time from her blockbuster "Twilight" years.

Stewart has earned acclaim for her supporting roles in two art-house films: as the daughter of a woman (Julianne Moore) suffering from early onset Alzheimer's in "Still Alice," opening in Los Angeles and New York this weekend; and the assistant to an aging movie star (Juliette Binoche) in "Clouds of Sils Maria," a Cannes Film Festival favorite out in U.S. theaters this spring.

"I am thrilled. I love movies. I don't have those nagging, regretful feelings about either of them," Stewart said.

"It is a miracle," she added. "Jesus, when the stars align and you are allowed to feel that way, it is why movies are made. It is why they affect people."

Critics have taken note of what the former child actress and teen phenomenon is showing the world at 24 years of age. Variety's Peter Debruge called her "the most compellingly watchable American actress of her generation" and A.O. Scott at the New York Times said her more recent roles "should help re-establish her as an insightful and unpredictable talent."

Stewart has known Moore since she was 12 and took on "Still Alice" because she knew Moore would deliver on the difficult role. As it happens, Moore is now the overwhelming favorite to win the best actress Oscar this year for her role as Alice.

"Her capability is astounding and motivating as all hell," said Stewart. "I get on a set with her - and I have been acting since I was 9 - whoa, I am not there yet. I am striving; I am trying."

Stewart's Lydia is the untethered daughter who comes home to care for her mother, who rapidly loses her faculties at the age of 50.

"The movie is supposed to show how you deal with what you still have and you focus on what you retain rather than what you have lost," said Stewart.

Raised in Los Angeles by parents who work in film and television, Stewart "idolizes this industry" and would love to do big franchise movies again and even be a Marvel superhero.

Looking back at her years as Bella, the lovestruck teenager entangled in a forbidden romance with a vampire in the "Twilight" movies, Stewart is nostalgic.

"I felt into it. I loved it," she said, adding, "I got into that for absolutely the right reasons. There was never any regret."

People in the industry have pushed her to go find stories she wants to do and start a production company to have more power over her roles. But she's not ready for that yet.

"I like being hired," she said. "I like the feeling of having no control over something."

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Kristen's Stewart 'Live! With Kelly and Michael' will air on January 26

Kelly & Michael talking about 'Still Alice' & mentioning Kristen:

Here's a video from January 13, the day Kristen was taping, at the beginning of the video Kelly talks about how much she loved 'Still Alice' and Michael mentions Kristen being on the show "later on this week". :)

Julianne talking about Kristen: (on January 14) ♥

Michael: Alec Baldwin, Kristen Stewart and Kate Bosworth.. Julianne: Alec Baldwin!!
I've know Kristen, who was on yesterday right?
Kelly: Yeah
Julianne: I've known her since she was 12 years old. My husband [Bart Freundlich] casted her in a movie when she was 12, called "Catch That Kid." And he came home every day saying "This girl is remarkable. She's a star, she's a wonderful actress" and of course she is."

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Kristen Stewart: The Today Show 1•15•2015

Rockefeller Center, New York


'Coming Up' video with Kristen & Wrangler ♥

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Rob Pattinson's " Life" Will Have Its World Premiere at the 65th Berlinale + New Still

Life will have its world premiere at Berlinale! In the Berlinale Special Gala 2015 section of the festival
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From Berlinale's official site

Berlinale Special is part of the official programme and presents recent works by contemporary filmmakers, biopics of renowned personalities as well as extraordinary formats.

With many prominent guests expected to attend, gala screenings will be held at the Friedrichstadt-Palast, the Zoo Palast and the Kino International.

The presentations at the Haus der Berliner Festspiele will again include moderated discussions with the filmmakers after the screenings.

Berlinale Special Gala at the Zoo Palast

United Kingdom / Canada
By Anton Corbijn (A Most Wanted Man)
With Robert Pattinson, Dane DeHaan, Joel Edgerton, Ben Kingsley
World premiere

As we know, Queen of the Desert will also have its world premiere at the 65th Berlin Film Festival (and its it's in competition there).

The 65th Berlin International Film Festival runs Feb.5-15. We'll add more info about dates when available.

Rob will habe two movies premiering at Berlinale! So exciting! We can't wait!

ETA: And a new still of Life (thanks to @Gossipgyal)

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Pictures of Kristen Stewart and a couple of LUCKY Fans in NYC 1•13•15

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NEW 'Clouds of Sils Maria' trailer

New footage at 2:05, and old footage now longer & in english throughout the trailer.

(For the U.S. release)

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