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posted by Sep 30, 2014 • Filed in: Internet/Bloggers, Movies, Press, Reviews, The Rover

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Read a list of reviews collected for “The Rover”! The Good, the Eh, and the Bad, reviews from all over the world can be seen under the cut!

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posted by Sep 29, 2014 • Filed in: Internet/Bloggers, Movies, Press, Queen of the Desert

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posted by Sep 29, 2014 • Filed in: Internet/Bloggers, Movies, Press, The Trap

Harmony Korine spoke to Maxim Magazine about “The Trap”,

What’s your next big project?
I can’t go into super specifics but it’s like, it’s gonna be my most next-level movie. This is actually the first time I’m talking about it. It’s kind of a sprawling revenge film. It’s pretty, like, full on. I’m gonna put everything I know as a filmmaker into it. I think it’s gonna be a pretty substantial film. I’m gonna shoot it in Miami right after the New Year.

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Thank you @calummarsh for the tip!

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posted by Sep 27, 2014 • Filed in: Internet/Bloggers, Maps to the Stars, Movies, Press

According to @hope_95,

Special screening is on Oct 10th but only people with invitations can watch MttS then

According to the Warsaw Film Festival website, there is also a screening on:

MULTIKINO 1>Sat>11 October>18.30

We reached out to @hope_95, for more clarification on the scheduled screenings and she replied,

there are 2 screenings: on 10th- it’s only for people with invitations and on 11th- everyone can buy ticket for this one

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posted by Sep 27, 2014 • Filed in: Internet/Bloggers, Movies, Press, The Rover, Videos

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posted by Sep 26, 2014 • Filed in: Internet/Bloggers, Maps to the Stars, Movies, Press

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For a man who emerged as the fully formed and fully fanged vampire heartthrob in the Twilight saga, Robert Pattinson almost seems too fully dimensional, too human, too real to be locker pin-up material. But he’s managing.

The British actor who played Edward opposite Kristen Stewart’s Bella Swan says he’s learned to adapt to a complete lack of control when it comes to public perception, which is one reason why he loves working with David Cronenberg so much.

Pattinson played the lead in Cronenberg’s 2012 outing, a limo-bound narrative about greed, corruption and self-contained narcissism called Cosmopolis. And he returns to Cronenberg’s bizarre landscapes in Maps to the Stars, a truly odd Oedipal yarn woven through a Hollywood loom.

Pattinson plays a limo driver to various celebrities in this new effort that also stars Mia Wasikowska, Julianne Moore and John Cusack, and while he says his character, Jerome, was relatively blank on the page, he knew he could trust Cronenberg to let him grope for a while, and get a good feel for what was needed.

“David is very funny,” Pattinson says. “I just like him as a person, and it helps that I really like his work. I like the way he runs his sets: They are so comfortable and I feel more confident on them.”

Pattinson says Cronenberg never panics when faced with the unknown. He allows the story and the characters to evolve organically.

“On Cosmopolis, I was terrified because it was such a wordy script and I hadn’t done any rehearsals, and I hadn’t had any talks with him about the character until the Sunday before the Monday we started shooting. And I tell you I nearly had a nervous breakdown because I assumed he thought I knew exactly what I was going to do and just pull it out…. “ Pattinson laughs, with a sweet little twinkle.

“So I called him up to ask one question…. just to ease my way into telling him that I didn’t know what I was doing. Then he just explained his way of working, which is he doesn’t know what is going to happen until you are on set doing it in its final stage, so there is no real point in rehearsing and no point in even discussing it that much unless you have a massive problem.”

Pattinson says he had no problems on Maps to the Stars, only massive amounts of fun, thanks in large part to Julianne Moore — who emerges as the central character in this multi-pronged narrative about show business, identity and one aging actress’s bid to play the part of her own Golden Age actress mother in a new biopic.

“Julianne was so into it,” Pattinson says. “I think it’s one of the best things she has ever done. I love what she is doing in it and I didn’t have to think at all, it was totally reactive, she was a virtuoso.”

Pattinson says even the sex scene he shares with Moore in the limo felt entirely fresh even after the raunchy limo sex scenes in Cosmopolis, “I don’t think I have laughed so hard in my life. All her coverage, I was laughing my head off.”

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Thank you @lifeloveartfilm!

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posted by Sep 26, 2014 • Filed in: Internet/Bloggers, Maps to the Stars, Movies, Press

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Thank you roboshayka for the info!

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posted by Sep 25, 2014 • Filed in: Internet/Bloggers, Maps to the Stars, Movies, Press

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Maps to the Stars / Mapy gwiazd, dir. David Cronenberg (Canada, Germany 2014), 148 mins.
Concerned by film critics as one of the best films of this year’s Cannes Film Festival. Best-selling self-help manual writer Dr Weiss isn’t quite in control of things at home. A dark and merciless satire on Hollywood. Starring John Cusack, Olivia Williams, Mia Wasikowska, Robert Pattinson, Julianne Moore (best actress award at the Cannes Festival in 2014).

The festival begins October 10, 2014 through October 19, 2014.

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