The Twilight Saga

I thought that it would be nice to have a place to post anything relating to Robert Pattinson without worry of crossing the boundaries of the discussion.  Feel free to add anything that you think might be of interest to other fans.

Tags: Pattinson, Robert

Views: 31062

Reply to This

Replies to This Discussion

What is the "David of Donatello" award?

Hello, Caramella!

Similar to the Oscars, the David di Donatello Award is presented each year by the L'accademia del Cinema Italiano (The Academy of Italian Cinema). Among its categories are Best Foreign Film, Best Foreign Director, Best Foreign Actor and Best European Film. 

Rob starred in the three films nominated. Will he bag the Best Foreign Actor for Cosmopolis? *crossing fingers*

Thanks for the information Irene.  I looked it up and couldn't find anything for this years nominees.  I wanted to see who he would be up against. 

Have you checked out this site?:

Look at the left sidebar and click FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILMS under IN COMPETITION. Cosmopolis and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 are listed. Bel Ami is listed under EUROPEAN FILMS. I believe these three films of Robert are only candidates for nominations and not officially nominated yet. We shall see before or come April if they will be nominated as the DdDA takes place each year on April.

I've never seen that site Irene. Thank you. It's really interesting. Almost every film made in the last year is listed.

*NEW* Pic of Robert Pattinson and Guy Pearce in Australia  

Samuel Johnson from is riding around Australia on a unicycle to raise $1 mill for cancer research. Along the way he snapped this picture of Rob and Guy. Follow, share and Donate for Samuel Johnson’s cause via twitter HERE and facebook HERE.



Source: ToR

Wonderful post Irene. I hope all the actors, etc. dug deep into their pockets for the cause. Great picture too!

Hear, hear! ^^

*NEW* First image from The Rover featuring Robert Pattinson & Guy Pearce   

from Entertainment Weekly:

The Rover

Slightly bigger version thnx to @IrishTwiSisters

The Rover

Australia was founded as a repository for crooks and criminals — a wretched hive of scum and villainy, like the British Empire’s own Mos Eisley. Of course, that was a long time ago and the Australian national demeanor has since shifted from “kill or be killed” to “live and let live,” but David Michôd’s gritty 2010 drama Animal Kingdom chronicled some of the country’s more modern criminal descendents. In his upcoming sophomore effort, The Rover, the director takes things even further.

Robert Pattinson plays a denizen of the Outback in the near future, after a worldwide financial collapse has sent many like him running to the still viable mines of the Australian desert. “It’s like a new gold rush,” says Michôd. “Where people from all corners of the world have come out to the desert to scrape out an existence. Petty criminals and miscreants and hustlers.” Guy Pearce, who had an uncharacteristically reserved role in Animal Kingdom, gets to sink his teeth into a nicely nasty part opposite Pattinson. “The basic story is really quite elemental,” says Michôd. “You’ve got a really dark, dangerous, murderous person in Guy’s character, and in Rob’s character you have a quite troubled and damaged, but beautiful and naïve, soul.”

Of course, just by its setting and basic plot, The Rover is poised to draw comparisons to one of the antipodean country’s most memorable cinematic contributions. “You put cars in the desert in Australia and people are going to think of Mad Max,” says Michôd. “And with all due respect to that film — and I stress that — I think The Rover is going to be way more chillingly authentic and menacing.”

For more on The Rover and first looks at other upcoming projects, pick up the new issue of Entertainment Weekly on stands Friday.

Source | Via | via

Source: ToR

HQ Still From the Rover With Robert Pattinson and Guy Pearce Now Untagged   

Here’s the HQ still from The Rover with Robert Pattinson and Guy Pearce untagged. 

Click to make bigger 


From Matt Nettheim’s (the photographer) blog

Eventually work on the mainland beckoned so I loaded up my pushbike and trailer and headed back to Adelaide to join The Rover. Writer director David Michod had hit the jackpot with his debut feature Animal Kingdom, produced Porchlight Pictures, a regular client over my career. His Animal Kingdom cast had enjoyed massive career boosts from the films local and international acclaim, and everyone was waiting to see what David would do next. The production rolled into my hometown Adelaide, bringing with it actors Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson, before heading off to shoot in the extremely remote and dangerously hot far north of South Australia. The prospect of working in that environment at this time of the year, with daily temperatures expected to be around 50 degrees, scared off many experienced local crew, but a brave crew was assembled and the film making road trip commenced.

Read the rest here


Source: ToR

50 degrees! Holy smokes! Scorching, blistering hot! 

Yikes! Even looking at this pic gives me the heat stroke!


© 2014   Created by Hachette Book Group.

Report an Issue | Guidelines  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service