Archive for April 19, 2014

First Still of Robert Pattinson as Jerome in ‘Maps to the Stars’

Here’s a first still of Robert Pattinson as Jerome in ‘Maps to the Stars’

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New/Old Fan Pics of Robert Pattinson at the Water for Elephants Premiere in New York

Here are some new/old fan pics of Robert Pattinson from the Water for Elephants premiere in New York. Thanks to @diorrob for sending these to us!

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Flashback Pic Post: Robert Pattinson in Cannes in 2012

Here’s a flashback pic post of Robert Pattinson in Cannes in 2012

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‘Maps to the Stars’ and ‘The Rover’ on Empire’s ‘The 10 Most Exciting Movies At Cannes 2014’

From Empire:

Between May 14 and 25, the Cannes International Film Festival will play host to some of the most gifted and glamorous faces in movieland. Empire, whose face likes to think it combines both qualities into one geeky visage, will be there covering every gala, screening and soirée worth physically breaking into. But which movies will hoover up the most attention in the Midi? Our very own Damo-on-the-spot, Damon Wise, has picked his ten to keep an eye out for.

‘Maps to the Stars’

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Category: In Competition
Director: David Cronenberg

Cronenberg has been a frequent visitor to the Croisette since Crash made the competition in 1996. Maps To The Stars – written by Bruce Wagner, screenwriter and author of the eccentric Oliver Stone-producer mini-series Wild Palms – promises to be the kind of fractured genre riff that has characterised the director’s recent work (notably A History Of Violence), dealing with a dysfunctional Hollywood family. Evan Bird, playing a troubled former child star, heads up an impressive cast that includes Julianne Moore, Mia Wasikowska and Robert Pattinson.

‘The Rover’

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Category: Midnight Screening
Director: David Michôd

David Michôd, who made a big splash with his debut, Animal Kingdom, has been tucked away in the Midnight Screening strand, which suggests that his latest film, ostensibly another crime drama, might not quite be what it seems. Though you wouldn’t know it from the trailer, The Rover is actually sci-fi variant set in a post-apocalyptic world, this time starring Guy Pearce as the title character, who teams up with Robert Pattinson to track down the gang that stole from him.