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Jude Law confirms that Robert Pattinson’s ‘Queen of the Desert’ is ...

Posted by Lucy at 19:58 Jan282013


Naomi Watts hinted in a recent interview that one of her and Robert Pattinson’s new films, Queen of the Desert may be on hold. Well it looks like that’s true as Jude Law confirms …

As for projects that may or may not be happening, Law confirmed Naomi Watts’ statement that Werner Herzog’s Gertrude Bell biopic “Queen of the Desert” is now on hold and he will likely be no longer be available for it when it returns. “I don’t think that’s happening. I don’t think I can do that anymore,” he admitted.

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‘Mission: Blacklist’ Filming schedule & Location   

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“According to Embankment Films website, there’s an update on Mission: Blacklist’s schedule: Start of Principle Photography – April 2013 Delivery: Summer 2014. @Blacklistmovie contacted Embankment Films and confirmed the schedule – they’ll start filming in April. And from the same email sent to @blacklistmovie, an update on the location – they’ll NOT film in Iraq”

From  @blacklistmovie:

Confirmation of SPP April 2013; Delivery Summer 2014 for Mission: Blacklist came via email from Hugo Grumbar, a partner @ EMBANKMENT FILMS.

More Mission: Blacklist update directly from Embankment Films re filming location “It will not be Iraq, they start shooting in April.”

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According to The Improper Rob won’t be filming in Iraq – now that’s a bonus:

“Robert Pattinson won’t be heading into harm’s way in Iraq after all, when he starts filming “Mission Blacklist” about Saddam Hussein’s capture during the Iraq War, according to sources.

Rob will be jumping out of his current picture, “The Rover,” and right into filming his psychological thriller. [my emphasis]

Principal production is scheduled to start as soon as April, studio Embankment Films has announced on its website.

A source confirms to TheImproper that the movie won’t be shot in Iraq as originally reported. The film will likely do its location shooting in Morocco or Jordan.

Mission Blacklist is scheduled for release in Summer 2014.”

Click on the link to read the full article.

Oh my what will all the naysayers say about this now … and Sue “that’s why they pay me the big bucks” LOL

Source: Robert Pattinson Australia

Great New Robert Pattinson Edits by Jules   

Here are new Robert Pattinson edits made by Jules


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Saturday, February 2, 2013

'Queen Of The Desert' Headed To Berlin!

Despite the apparent production delay on Queen of the Desert, it appears plans to make the film continue full steam ahead. Variety confirms that Voltage Pictures will be pitching the project to potential buyers at the European Film Market this month:

Berlin will see a pair of queens up for sale: "Queen of the Desert" repped by Sierra/Affinity with helmer Werner Herzog attached, and Atom Egoyan's "Queen of the Night," being sold by Entertainment One Intl., starring Ryan Reynolds. 

We're not going to lie, we were getting a little worried after Jude Law commented on his role (or lack of) in the film. But we are excited to see Queen of the Desert hopefully get some traction in Berlin. If we hear anything, you'll be the first to know!
Source: RPN

Sunday, February 3, 2013

Rob Wins 2013 Richard Attenborough Film Award for British Performer...

Robert Pattinson’s fans stay on true form as they publicly vote him the winner of the 2013 Richard Attenborough Film Award for British Performer of the Year as Edward Cullen in the world-wide box office hit The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part Two. Robert is no stranger to the RAFTA as he also won this award last year for his performance in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part One. The award is the only of the RAFA’s to be voted for by the general public is a great testament to the commitment and loyalty of both Twihards and Robert Pattinson fans all round the UK.

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Robert Pattinson wins British Performer of The Year – Richard Attenborough Film Awards   


From the site:

Robert Pattinson’s fans stay on true form as they publicly vote him the winner of the 2013 Richard Attenborough Film Award  for British Performer of  the Year as Edward Cullen in the world-wide box office hit The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part Two. Robert is no stranger to the RAFTA as he also won this award last year for his performance in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part One. The award is the only of the RAFA’s to be voted for by the general public is a great testament to the commitment and loyalty of both Twihards and Robert Pattinson fans all round the UK.

Rob beat out some great competition this year from the likes of Christian Bale: The Dark Knight Rises, Emily Blunt: The Five Year Engagement, Daniel Craig: Skyfall, Judi Dench: Skyfall, Colin Firth: Gambit, Andrew Garfield: The Amazing Spider-Man, Keira Knightley: Anna Karenina, Emma Watson: The Perks Of Being A Wallflower and Rachel Weisz: The Bourne Legacy.

Full list of winners HERE


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Pics of Robert Pattinson on the set of ‘The Rover’   


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The teen heart-throb was on the roadside set for just an hour for a fight scene where it appeared he came off second best.

In their efforts to block The Advertiser ‘s exclusive shots, the film crew and minders closed the road and claimed “ownership” of the town of about six buildings, east of Port Augusta.

“We own this town,” a film producer told The Advertiser.

Minders used umbrellas and trucks to keep intrusive cameras off the star, who appeared to be sporting a close-shaved haircut for the role.

He also looks to have forgone his clean-cut look for the movie and has a three-day growth.

The scene featured Pattinson staggering out of the passenger side of a ute before being beaten to the ground by the driver.

Extras and a potential stand-in for Pattinson were also in Hammond for the filming and had earlier been in nearby Quorn where Pattinson is said to have had a drink at one of its pubs over the weekend.

Earlier yesterday, The Rover crew was filming at an even more remote location, the largely deserted town of Bruce.

The Rover is understood to be shooting at locations deeper in to the Flinders Ranges for the rest of this week and next month as far north as Marree.

The stars of the film and some of the extras are understood to be staying in Port Augusta while the movie’s production centre has been set up in the Quorn Town Hall.

On set, the stars are well catered for as temperatures reach the high-30s this week – they have two airconditioned motorhomes.

The Twilight star was spotted having dinner on Gouger St with The Rover director David Michod and producer Liz Watts.

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‘The Rover’ Update – Shooting Schedule + Casting News   

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Press release from Porchlight Films and Lava Bear Films with updates about ‘The Rover’ (via

Porchlight Films and Lava Bear Films have announced that filming on The Rover started on Tuesday January 29. With support from Screen Australia, the South Australian Film Corporation and Screen NSW, the seven-week shoot will take place in South Australia.

Written and directed by David Michôd (Animal Kingdom, The Rover is a slow burn thriller, starring Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson (“The Twilight Saga”).

Joining them are Scoot McNairy, who plays Pattinson’s brother, Susan Prior, Gillian Jones, Anthony Hayes and David Field. All have descended on regional South Australia for the hot and dusty shoot.

While donning the directorial hat, Michôd also wrote the script for The Rover based on a story he conceived with Joel Edgerton (Zero Dark Thirty). The film is set in the Australian desert, in a dangerous and damaged near future. Eric (Pearce) has left everything, everyone and every semblance of human kindness behind him when a gang of desperate criminals steals his last possession. Eric sets off on a ruthless mission to track them down, forced along the way to enlist the help of Rey (Pattinson), the naïve and injured junior member of the gang who was left behind in the chaos of the gang’s most recent robbery.

Liz Watts is producing for Porchlight Films and David Linde for Lava Bear Films. Watts and Porchlight Films produced Michôd’s debut feature Animal Kingdom. At the start of production, the producers commended the enthusiasm of the cast in their new environment.

“The South Australian desert environment can be a tough one to work in, particularly for those coming from a Northern Hemisphere winter but both the cast and crew have thrown themselves into the shoot. We are shooting in some of the most haunting and stunning landscapes in the world, and are fortunate to have such an exceptional cast and a truly talented crew,” Watts and Linde said.

FilmNation represents U.S. sales with UTA Independent Film Group. FilmNation also acquired the majority of worldwide sales rights to The Rover and the film has already been sold to leading distributors around the world – including Australia where distributor Roadshow Films’ Managing Director Joel Pearlman added “this is an incredibly exciting project which we are thrilled to be working on with Liz, David and the whole creative team.”

Shooting completes in mid-March in South Australia, with post production taking place in Sydney.

More articles about the same press release on Variety and Deadline


Guy Pearce, Rob’s ‘The Rover’ co-star, pictured in Adelaide yesterday.

(source/via)via RPLife

Source: ToR

‘Hold On To Me’ Update – Now in Pre-Production + Full Synopsis   


FilmNation updated ‘Hold on to Me’ status to pre-production and added the film’s full synopsis


Director: James Marsh | Cast: Carey Mulligan and Robert Pattinson
Producers: Alexandra Milchan, Todd Field, and Indian Paintbrush’s Steven Rales and Mark Roybal | Writer Brad Ingelsby

In Pre-Production

HOLD ON TO ME is an electrifying thriller based on the extraordinary true story of a femme fatale who kidnaps and ransoms the town’s richest man. Mulligan plays Nancy, a small town girl who callously leaves her boyfriend Jimmy (Pattinson) behind to chase a modelling career in New York City, breaking his heart in the process. To Nancy’s surprise, New York isn’t impressed by her and at 26, she’s back home waiting tables at the local diner. When she gets word that Jimmy has become a wealthy and successful criminal in Chicago, she tracks him down with a view to winning his affections, only to find crushing rejection. Fuelled by jealousy and an unquenchable thirst for fortune, Nancy finds Danny, a naïve pawn she can seduce and manipulate to her own ends and together they embark on a life of crime. Success comes fast, and leaves faster but nothing and no one will stand in the way of Nancy’s naked, dangerous and deadly ambition.

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New Outtake Black book  

Here is a new great outtake of Robert Pattinson


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