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Thanks @lurker1510 for the tip!

Posted by Laura on 20 Dec 2014 and filed under : Fan Submission, Internet/Bloggers, Magazine, Maps to the Stars, Movies, Newspaper, Photos, Press
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Thanks @lurker1510 for the share!

Posted by Laura on 19 Dec 2014 and filed under : Fan Submission, Internet/Bloggers, Magazine, Maps to the Stars, Movies, Newspaper, Photos, Press
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Translation by Pattinson Artwork:

Summary and quotes:

The 4-pages article explains why the movie ‘Idol’s Eye’ has been cancelled. It is written in the first person, and it’s Olivier Assayas speaking. In his own words, he said it was “a ship taking on water from all sides.” Here is a summary of what interests us: why the movie was canceled. It was a highly expensive movie, Olivier tells the budget was between $23 and $25 million. He talks about the fear they had him and Charles Guillibert, every morning, during two months, when opening their emails. On September 14, he was in Chicago with De Niro working on the details of his character. On October 10 he received an email from a lawyer of their American producer to tell him that the shooting was being pushed back a week. Olivier briefly explains that such a delay has considerable expensive consequences added to the budget of a film. With “a bunch of legal bullshit”, this email explained that it was the fault of the film crew, led by Olivier Assayas and Charles Guillibert, and so it would be their wages that would be decreased to reduce the costs. They had six hours to accept these new terms, “without this, production would be stopped for good and a hundred people would be unemployed. Welcome to my life at fall 2014.” But the movie didn’t end that day, but on October 23, then it was back on track, and then he was finally cancelled on November 2. But that’s the day he received the email on October 10 that he realized he had lost control on the movie, and that “its existence, or not, was now in the hands of highly opaque financiers of Los Angeles that we hardly knew and to whom a reasonable person would never have grant them a fraction of his confidence. In brief it was bad for us.” For Olivier it was very clear, they postponed the shooting because the financiers had no more money and couldn’t honor the deadlines for the coming week. They had postponed a week to try to gather the missing funds. And during the following weeks it was hopes and disappointments … Olivier Assayas had to pretend that all was well during this time pretending to be focused on Robert De Niro’s clothes and hair color for the character. He talks about finding himself taken hostage by an industry that has never interested him. He finally realized that all this would at least bring him back to himself and what has always determined his desire “far from the toxic passions that destroy the American industry, money, power and perversity, law and order.” Sunday November 2, 36 hours before the start of the shooting, the financiers still didn’t had the funds and production has been stopped and no more bills nor wages were paid. On november 3, the financiers released a statement accusing the producers, saying they wanted to entrust the movie to another team, which is crazy because the rights are not theirs. The next day everyone left Toronto and everything was dismantled. Since a month, Olivier Assayas “receives almost daily signals (by the financiers), almost pathetic, telling me that this time they are really able to fund. We talked about December, we talked about January, and now we talk about March April … ” His conclusion: “Looking back, now I see this as a horrible misunderstanding, in the best case a parenthesis, a movie that I will make perhaps, why not, and so much the better, but without illusions, knowing that it’s the intimacy of writing, in the practice of a cinema determined by inspiration and freedom of movement, the opposite of what’s eating today’s American industry, that is my one true way.”

Thank you @sallyvg for the tip and Pattinson Artwork for the article translation!

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Posted by Kristin on 17 Dec 2014 and filed under : Idol's Eye, Internet/Bloggers, Magazine, Movies, Press
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The ubiquitous heartthrob Robert Pattinson stars in a new commercial as the new face for Dior Homme Eau for Men. Directed by Romain Gavras (maker of the controversial promo for Justice’s track “Stress”) Pattinson channels James Dean—living with complete abandonment of the rules. His lust for life, paired with his undulating intensity, inspire this deeply emotional modern love story (aptly titled “1000 Lives”), which unfolds with Led Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love” humming in the background.

Shot on rooftops in Rockaway Beach and New York City (including the Waldorf-Astoria), the short showcases Pattinson as the ultimate urban male: self-assured but discreet, effortless and yet impeccably tailored. He is a man with a purpose, living from moment to moment (staying true to his vampire roots!), which also comes through in his next three film choices (one of them being Life, due out 2015, wherein he plays a Life-magazine photographer hired to follow and photograph James Dean). Taking a cue from Dean, who was once famously said, “Dream as if you’ll live forever. Live as if you’ll die today,” Pattinson—as the new face of Dior Homme Eau for Men—does just that.

There’s even a book, called Robert Pattinson: 1000 Lives, photographed by Nan Goldin and published by Rizzoli (Goldin photographed the European campaign for the fragrance).

And the juice is rightly so on-target for this present-day male. Dior’s in-house master perfume creator, François Demachy, tweaked the original scent to equal the attitude of this urban, modern-chic gent. The scent is a refreshing blend of Calabrian bergamot, Moroccan grapefruit, and Crimean coriander at top, with Tuscan iris absolute surrounding the heart, followed by Virginia cedarwood at the base. “Eau for Men is a fresh yet directly masculine fragrance, its immediacy is its soul,” says Demachy.

Debuting this week, here’s a sneak-peak, behind the scenes of Garvras’s take on the Dior Homme Eau for Men campaign—and click here to see the full-length commercial.

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Posted by Laura on 16 Dec 2014 and filed under : Campaigns, Christian Dior, Internet/Bloggers, Magazine, Photos, Press
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Thanks @clarabelg1 for the tip!

Posted by Laura on 15 Dec 2014 and filed under : Fan Submission, Internet/Bloggers, Magazine, Photos, Press
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Life
Directed by: Anton Corbijn

Released: 25 September, 2015 (UK)

We still shiver when recollecting the luscious monochrome of Corbijn’s Ian Curtis pic, Control. Interim efforts may not have packed so intense a punch but the legacy of his debut lives on. The Dutch photographer created the effect of characters moving through a world so textured that it seemed to have its own pulse. For Life — the story of a photographer and his relationship with James Dean, Dane DeHaan plays the original rebel without a cause opposite reformed heartthrob, Robert Pattinson. Let’s see what he makes of them. SMK

Did you know Anton Corbijn bought his first camera when he was 18.

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Posted by Brittany on 13 Dec 2014 and filed under : Internet/Bloggers, Life, Magazine, Movies, Press
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Thank you @crystachiotaki!

Posted by Kristin on 13 Dec 2014 and filed under : Fan Submission, Internet/Bloggers, Magazine, Merchandise, Press
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Thanks @My_Rob_Fantasy for the share!

Posted by Laura on 10 Dec 2014 and filed under : Fan Submission, Internet/Bloggers, Magazine, Photos, Press
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Thank you @indierockerrr!

Posted by Kristin on 09 Dec 2014 and filed under : Campaigns, Christian Dior, Fan Submission, Internet/Bloggers, Magazine, Merchandise, Press
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Vous venez de tourner Queen of the Desert, une superproduction en costumes avec Robert Pattinson en Lawrence d’Arabie, alias T.E. Lawrence…

Lawrence n’est qu’un personnage secondaire. Il a rencontré le personnage principal de mon film, Gertrude Bell, une géographe aventurière du début du XXe siècle, qu’interprète Nicole Kidman. C’est un film épique dont une grande partie se passe dans le désert d’Arabie. Mais pour des raisons pratiques, nous l’avons filmé au Maroc, près de la frontière algérienne.

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You just filmed Queen Of The Desert, a super production (in costumes) with Robert Pattinson as Lawrence Of Arabia, alias T.E. Lawrence…

Lawrence is only a secondary role. He met the lead character of my movie, Gertrude Bell, a geographer adventurer from the beginning of the 20th century, played by Nicole Kidman. It is an epic film where the most part happens in the Arabia Desert. But for practical reasons, we filmed in Morrocco, near the Algerian border.

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Thanks @QueenfilmFan for the tip!

Posted by Laura on 07 Dec 2014 and filed under : Fan Submission, Internet/Bloggers, Magazine, Movies, Press, Queen of the Desert
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