Archive for 7/1/14 - 8/1/14

Kristen on the cover of Telerama ( France ) New Cannes Portraits + Interview Translation

"All this circus is fake"

In the next Olivier Assayas movie, Kristen Stewart revealed at 18 with Twilight, plays the assistant of a star. The occasion for the star assaulted by the paps to report the perverse effect of that business.

The most hardened night hawks only just deserted Cannes' night club that was on the roof of palace on the Croisette. In the sticky dust and the lingering odour of cold tabacco another circus is rolling out. After causing a peak of fever during the ultimate red carpet of the competition, Kristen Stewart, the evanescent star of Twilight, comes to make the express promotion of Sils Maria, the movie by Olivier Assayas, where she assures a fantastic acting temperament. In the darkness of the night club returning to the light, the screens sparkle close to the collapsed green plants, the phones and walkie-talkies are overheating, the press agents briefly meet one other and talk without understanding one another, the photographers have they feet caught in the cables. When the young California star finally appears, she sees herself cornered by the sun, a window that underlines her pallor. Big circles are forming at respectable distance, like many security perimeters, where she looks, under the flashes, like a butterfly against the window. "What an unbelievable show! I know it by heart but here it's almost funny to observe it" she said later.

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Jesse Eisenberg talks about 'American Ultra' & Working with Kristen

Q: Can you tell us a little bit more about American Ultra? :)

Jesse Eisenberg: We just finished filming this movie so it is a bit early to digest, but it was a wonderful experience playing this role, which is a guy who has no direction in life who discovers he was brainwashed to be a fighter in a government program based on the MK-Ultra program in the States. It turns from a very personal and intimate story of my character and his girlfriend, played by Kristen Stewart, into a stylized and kinetic movie about this guy being hunted.

Q: Just wanted to know what it was like for him working with Kristen Stewart for the 2nd time in American Ultra?

JE: Kristen and I have similar style of working and a similar sensibility I think. She's obviously a wonderful actress and is also very funny in both films we did, which are comedic in tone but unusually so.

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Demi Lovato mentions Kristen

Style icon: "Kristen Stewart looks like she doesn’t give a damn in her day-to-day life, but when it comes to the red carpet she cleans up."

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New Picture of Kristen and Nicholas Hoult in Japan - July 30, 2014

July 31 Japan time :D
MikeE ‏@turducken09: Had the best sushi breky this morning at Daiwa in Tsukiji Fish Market w/ famous peeps. #kristenstewart #nicholashoult

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The Rover US DVD/Blu Ray Cover + Special Features Info

Lionsgate Home Entertainment has officially announced that it will release on Blu-ray director David Michôd's latest project The Rover (2014), starring Guy Pearce, Robert Pattinson, Scoot McNairy, David Field, Anthony Hayes, and Jamie Fallon. The release will be available for purchase on September 23rd.

The tension-filled film, which was released theatrically by A24, was an Official Selection of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.

Here's the press release from Lionsgate Films:

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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Rob's Interview With Best Movie Italy - Scans + Translation


He wears a green and yellow plaid shirt, black sneakers with thick soles and thick cotton socks. He wears a pair of light colored pants, which seem to have been worn by him for a week. When he speaks, he keeps his head slightly angled, he breaks his sentences; suddenly he stares at me, with a crocked smile and watch me like he was thinking “Do you really care about this?” Of all the stars that you can meet, Robert Pattinson is the one that disguises himself the best. His diversity and his potential are in this askew allure, like his face, like an odd predestination. He seems to be here by accident, and by accident famous, lost and amused, without complacence. For instance, talking about his sex scene with Julianne Moore in Maps To The Stars, he is able to say: ”It was our first encounter; it was my first day on set. In Toronto, where we were filming, the weather was steamy hot and I was sweating a lot. She is one of those absurd people that don’t sweat at all. Ever. So, think what a situation, I was trying not to wet her back with my sweat! And I must have looked so weird to her eyes because she kept asking me: “Are you alright?”

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2 BTS Photos from Rob's Esquire UK Magazine photoshoot

With David McKendrick, Creative Director of Esquire UK, and Tom Macklin, Entertainment Director of the magazine.

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Rob on the cover of Esquire UK Magazine -- New Interview + Photoshoot

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Rob Interview With The Vent

Filming The Rover in a remote part of south Australia with cast and crew all staying in a local pub was just about perfect, says Robert Pattinson. The filmmakers all mucked in together, braved filming in soaring temperatures, and at night bonded over a drink or two. Pattinson wouldn’t have had it any other way and says that it helped director David Michôd and his cast and crew build an unbreakable bond.

“It was amazing,” he says. “Because the whole crew was staying in the same place and there was nothing else to do, we were living in a pub. It’s annoying if you’re in an unfamiliar city and all the people you work with are from that city, they all go home, so you’re just stuck in your hotel.

“When you can hang out with a bunch of new people, you get close to them really quickly, especially when there’s literally nothing else to do. It’s really fun. I hadn’t done that for a long time. I had a fantastic experience making this film.”

Pattinson was born and raised in London and started his professional career as a 16 year old in the TV film Ring of the Nibelungs. A year later, he played Cedric DIggory in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. He starred in five, hugely successful Twilight films and his other film credits include Bel Ami and Cosmopolis.

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Jacki Weaver talks about 'Equals' & Mentions Kristen


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Kristen Portraits from Cannes 2014 now in HQ

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New/Old Picture of Kristen from the day of the Met Gala


hairbyadir #tbt to this beautiful friend before #metball2014. Miss this incredible girl so much!
@jilliandempsey #jilliandempseyjewlery #hairbyadir

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Rob, Guy and David To Attend Apple Store 'Meet the Filmmakers' Q&A on August 7th

Rob, Guy and David Michôd will discuss The Rover at Apple Store 'Meet the Filmmakers' Q&A

Location: Apple Store Regent Street - London
Date: August 7 at 6PM (GMT)

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Rob, Guy and David Interview in SFX Magazine

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New Movie Still from 'The Rover' Promo

BTS Still with David Michôd

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Rob's Interview With The Herald Scotland

We're up on the sixth floor of the Cannes Film Festival Palais, on a rather splendid little terrace overlooking the crystal-blue waters of the Cote d'Azur. And, guarding the room we're about to meet in, is this diminutive silver pachyderm - the sort of mildly tasteless bling you tend to see on the French Riviera. Pattinson is evidently tickled: it's not every day you see something quite so silly.

Then again, you suspect he's seen a lot of bizarre things in his time since exploding on to the scene as teen vampire Edward Cullen in the mega-hit Twilight franchise. That was six years ago, during which time he's got used to seeing gaggles of screaming girls wherever he goes. Heaven knows what they made of the recent black-and-white Dior Homme commercial he shot - a sizzling, sexy spot scored by Led Zeppelin's Whole Lotta Love. Maybe that's why he has that permanently dazed look.

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Fan Pictures of Kristen arriving in Japan - July 25, 2014

Kristen arriving in Japan to start her new film, Equals. :)

RT @RobbedNStewed She was in hurry but the sweetie signed all the fans who were waiting at the gate :) *luckily, there were no paps, and only few fans, since it was almost 9 pm & the aiport is far away from the city center...*

RT @kstewfansjp She was sweet to the fans, as always, and greeted everyone for a few min

Kristen in Japan & with Japanese fans, always a cute thing! ♥
Equals will officially start filming in Tokyo on August 4. :)

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Dakota Fanning Mentions Kristen

Music is a huge factor in the movie, and it was scored by the amazing Jenny Lewis. Did you by any chance catch her new music video with Kristen Stewart and Anne Hathaway?

"I did! Well, Kristen is one of my closest friends so I knew about it when she was filming it. It was really fun to work with Jenny. She’s very close with Naomi and I was so excited to meet her! I think the music [in the movie] is so amazing."

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New Pictures of Kristen at LAX - July 24, 2014

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Anton Corbijn Talks About Life and a 2015 Movie Release

Life wasn’t part of the TIFF announcement this morning, is there potential for a 2014 release? 
No, that’ll be 2015. We haven’t locked picture yet. We still have two more months of sound and [potential] pick-up shoots.

In your background in photography, you’ve photographed numerous icons. Your first film, Control, was a portrait of the iconic Ian Curtis (singer for Joy Division), who died very young. I guess now we’ve confirmed that next year, you have a film that involves James Dean (to be played by Dane DeHaan) in Life. Who also died very young. Is it more difficult to capture an iconic photograph of an individual in life, or to tell their story in death? 
I’m flattered that people think my pictures are iconic. That’s not what I set out to be. A lot of people that I worked with in the 70s and 80s were not very well known people, but they became [well known] later. So I’ve not deliberately sought icons. As far as making films for Ian Curtis and James Dean, that is, of course, is very deliberate. Ian Curtis was someone that I knew and I moved to England to make it because I wanted to make it. It was a personal project. And, also, I thought there was a good love story there (between Sam Riley and Samantha Morton).

With Life it’s first and foremost a story about a photographer, Dennis Stock (Robert Pattinson), who profiled James Dean (DeHaan). So it’s the story of a photographer and their subject. As a photographer that story interested me: studying the power balance between a photographer and their subject. You know, who influences who? The James Dean portion of the story wasn’t my interest. In fact I’d turned down a straight James Dean project once before.

Anton Corbijn talked a little about Rob and more about Life's release a recent interview with The Playlist.

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.

 Another new interview where Corbijn talks about Rob and the movie

Like some of his recent films, it’s a very different movie for Pattinson.
The screentime is easily divided between Dane DeHaan and Rob, and they’re very different actors. Rob, I think he’s working to be seen as a proper actor and not as a movie star. He takes a lot of challenging roles, and tries to work with directors that are a bit away from the mainstream. The fact that he maybe wants to prove himself as an actor was very good for the role of Dennis Stock, who wants to prove himself as being a great photographer. Also, for Rob to be on the other end of the camera was quite interesting.

Did you give Pattinson advice on being a photographer?
I got a camera to him quite a few months before we started shooting. An old Leica so he could put film in it and get comfortable with it.

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