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#1 – 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.


#8 – 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.

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Update: Robert Pattinson Italy posted a teaser poster:

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Good news: On May 21rst, @Adler_Ent will release David Cronenberg’s @MTTSFilm_Blog which at this point is almost sure for @FdC_officiel

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Thanks @RobPattMoms for the tip!

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Here is a zoom on the picture (Sorry for the bad quality)

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Thanks @ByeByeDreamBt for the tip!

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Better quality for the article and the picture

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Thanks @joyllove for the tip!

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Thanks @socalmom2four for the tip!

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Thanks to Pattinson Art Work for the tip!

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Extract from the interview

J’ai aussi beaucoup aimé photographier Robert Pattinson pour Dior, sous une lumière crue. Il ressemble à un portrait du peintre Paul Cadmus exposé au Brooklyn Museum de New York… Même cheveux bruns, même regard bleu… Rien de lui ne rime avec “joli”.

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I also really loved photographing Robert Pattinson for Dior, under the raw light. He looks like a Paul Cadmus portrait exposed at the Brooklyn Museum of New York… Same dark hair, same blue eyes… Nothing of him rhymes with “pretty”

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Thank you @robfan4life for the capture!

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Thanks @Antuanet1406 & @DebbieDuroy for the tips!

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