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Dornan is being accosted by people everywhere who warn him his life is about to change. “Everyone that I meet, poeple who run studios or other actors, everybody is saying, ‘Are you ready?’ I don’t have a good answer for that, because I don’t know what I’m meant to be ready for.” He’s had a few dinners with Robert Pattinson, who played what amounts to the PG-13 version of Christian in the “Twilight” franchise.

“I’ve been around Rob enough,” Dornan says. “I’ve seen what it’s been like for him.” Have they chatted about the price of fame? “I don’t remember what we talked about the last time I saw him,” he says. “I think we just got drunk.”

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Dornan then added: “By the way, it’s not the same thing. We’re not the ‘Twilight’ franchise. We’re a different thing. Whatever my situation is, it’s going to be different from Rob’s. They are incomparable.”

What did Dornan and Pattinson talk about? “I don’t remember what we talked about the last time I saw him,” Dornan says. “I think we just got drunk.”

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The Childhood of a Leader

Director: Brady Corbet // Writers: Brady Corbet, Mona Fastvold

Working with the likes of Bonello, Östlund, Assayas, Hansen-Løve and Baumbach, when you count the 2014 festival release year alone, actor Brady Corbet (Mysterious Skin; Funny Games U.S.; Simon Killer) has built quite the impressive resume working with the auteur set. While The Childhood of a Leader is his feature length directing debut, this counts as back to back years working in the filmmaker capacity when you take into account his writing creds in Mona Fastvold’s overlooked ’14 title, The Sleepwalker, and the soon to be premiered Sundance short Rabbit, by filmmaker Laure De Clermont-Tonnerre. Initially announced as starring Juliette Binoche (Corbet’s co-star from Clouds of Sils Maria), she was later replaced by Berenice Bejo. It goes without saying that most of the attention will be placed on Robert Pattinson, continuing his tour of difficult, auteur driven and inspired cinematic projects, but Corbet also nabs Tim Roth and Nymphomaniac star Stacy Martin in the lineup. Set in 1919, this story tells the tale of a ‘would-be-fascist,’ and the screenplay is inspired by a wide range of authorial pillars, from John Fowls to Jean-Paul Sarte with a bit of Volker Schlondorff’s 1966 classic Young Torless (which also served as a point of comparison for Haneke’s The White Ribbon). The film has been described as partially about a family that relocates to France for the Paris Peace Conference and about the events leading up to the Treaty of Versailles. Early descriptions of the film also point to elements of horror.

Cast: Robert Pattinson, Berenice Bejo, Stacy Martin, Tim Roth

Producers: Brady Corbet, Chris Coen (Jane Got a Gun), Helena Danielsson (Call Girl), Antoine de Clermont-Tonnerre (Salvo)

U.S. Distributor: Rights Available.

Release Date: With filming set for this January, the Venice Film Fest organizers must be eagerly awaiting a chance at showcasing this film.

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The waitress arrives with complimentary mini raspberry doughnuts. “Jesus, it’s dessert,” Dornan says. “What movie is it where the girl starts with dessert? Oh, I’m going to embarrass myself here because it’s some tragic rom-com.” He notes my incredulity.

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The downside: we probably won’t be hearing it anytime soon

Is this girlfriend FKA twigs’ influence? Robert Pattinson might be edging his way into the music biz. “I just started (songwriting) again recently,” he told Dazed in a recent interview. “I generally just do stuff that sounds nice. I don’t really write songs in a conventional way. I don’t write lyrics separately, it’s quite instinctive.

While we can’t begin to imagine what his lyricisms would sound like if twigs were involved, it’s hard not to recall his surprise cameo on Death Grips’ album. It’s probably best not to imagine at all – that is, it most likely won’t be released to the public. “I wouldn’t mind doing scores or something, but I’m quite sensitive to criticism,” he admits. “I’ve got a lot of criticism coming from one aspect of my life (laughs), so I don’t really want anyone’s opinion on it.” Here’s hoping ‘anyone’ is noninclusive of twigs.

This year Pattinson got gritty as a Southerner in David Michôd’s The Rover, his first role since Twilight. He told Dazed that he’s ready to retire the teen pin-up act and leave Team Edward behind him. “If someone’s saying, ‘You’ve got to look pretty!’ for one thing you feel like a bit of an idiot – you’re just posing. As soon as you take away the allowance for your own vanity, then it’s kind of a relief.” And R Patz is headed into heavier territory for 2015, oscillating between Werner Herzog’s Queen of the Desert, Anton Corbijn’s Dennis Stock biopic Life (opposite Dane DeHaan), and dodging dictators with Stacy Martin in wartime drama The Childhood of a Leader. What’s most enticing is simply a rumour at this stage – he rang up king of cult, Harmony Korine, and together they’re making a Miami-set gangster flick called The Trap.

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Posted by Laura on 06 Jan 2015 and filed under : Fan Submission, Internet/Bloggers, Magazine, Music, Press
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