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In The American had George Clooney al het alibi van fotograaf, in Life is een fotograaf echt het beroep waar het om draait. Robert Pattinson speelt in Corbijns vierde speelfilm, die in februari in première ging op het festival van Berlijn, een fotograaf die de beroemde foto van James Dean op Times Square weet te maken. Die fotograaf heeft echt bestaan, het is Magnumfotograaf Dennis Stock, en hij, niet Dean, is de hoofdpersoon. Autobiografische films worden er niet zoveel gemaakt – het is een bijna onmogelijk genre.

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In The American he already had the excuse of photographer as George Clooney, in Life the photographer is really the appeal of all it is about. Robert Pattinson plays in Corbijn’s fourth movie, which premiered in february at the Berlin Festival, who is the author of the famous photo of James Dean in Times Square. This photographer has really existed, he is Magnum photographer Dennis Stock, and he, not Dean, is the protagonist o the movie. Biopic movies are not so much made – it is an almost impossible genre.

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Posted by Laura on 25 Mar 2015 and filed under : Fan Submission, Internet/Bloggers, Life, Magazine, Movies, Newspaper, Press
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Posted by Laura on 16 Mar 2015 and filed under : Fan Submission, Internet/Bloggers, Life, Magazine, Movies, Newspaper, Press
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Posted by Brittany on 03 Mar 2015 and filed under : Internet/Bloggers, Maps to the Stars, Movies, Newspaper, Press
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Posted by Brittany on 27 Feb 2015 and filed under : Internet/Bloggers, Maps to the Stars, Movies, Newspaper, Press
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Hollywood really hasn’t changed much since David Cronenberg started making movies, and neither has the importance of choosing the right actors.

“It’s a matter of intuition,” says the Canadian director, 71, whose Maps to the Stars is in theaters Friday. “Casting is a kind of black art — it’s pretty invisible to most people. But it’s hugely important because if you cast the film right, you can do minimal directing and if you cast it wrong you can destroy the movie irreparably.”

Whether it’s for his dark comedy Maps, which centers on a family and others in Los Angeles willing to go to extremes to maintain their celebrity, or Cronenberg’s early horror films in the 1970s such as Shivers, Rabid and The Brood, doing homework on a potential star is where it all starts.

“It gives you an idea of what their taste is in movies and how edgy they’re willing to be,” Cronenberg says. “These days, strangely enough, YouTube is extremely valuable for a director. You look at interviews that the actor’s done. You get a feel for what they’re like when they’re not playing a role in a film.

“By the time you meet that actor or speak to them over the telephone, you really have a very good feel for them.”

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As a rich young man in a dramatic limo drive to get a haircut, Robert Pattinson is in every scene of Cosmopolis. To pull that off, “You need someone who has the charisma to hold the audience and who also has the acting chops to do the same thing. I thought that Rob had that,” says Cronenberg, who liked Pattinson’s brief appearance in 2005’sHarry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

More important than having a legion of followers, though, is that the Twilight actor (who also stars in Maps to the Stars) is a professional and sweet guy who’s extremely knowledgeable about cinema. “I don’t think his fans know that about him,” Cronenberg says. “I would often find him talking to Juliette Binoche about obscure French art films.”

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Posted by Brittany on 25 Feb 2015 and filed under : Cosmopolis, Internet/Bloggers, Movies, Newspaper, Press
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Posted by Kristin on 19 Feb 2015 and filed under : Fan Submission, Internet/Bloggers, Merchandise, Newspaper, Press
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LAURA’S NOTE: I honestly do not know what it says, except for the title ‘The Art of the parasites’… I guess it refers to the paparazzi…

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Posted by Laura on 14 Feb 2015 and filed under : Fan Submission, Life, Movies, Newspaper, Photos, Press, Reviews
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