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You’ve cast Robert Pattinson and Sarah Gadon in multiple movies now. Do you have an affinity for these specific actors? Or is it just coincidence?
You know, it’s fun! First of all, though you might love an actor, you don’t do him or her a favour by miscasting them. I didn’t have a role for Viggo [Mortensen] in “Cosmopolis,” so as much as I would want to work with Viggo, there was no point in fitting him in. On the other hand, it’s exciting if you can get an actor who you love to work with — like Viggo as Sigmund Freud in “A Dangerous Method” — and it’s kind of unexpected.

So you have someone you love working with, have confidence in, have a really good flow with them already so you don’t have to establish that, and the fun is putting them into a role that’s really demanding and something different for them. I know Sarah and Rob are very fearless in their own ways. Rob didn’t want to play the star and have the movie be all about him — and he said he’d love to play a role in an ensemble piece. I said to him, “This role [in "Maps"] is it.”

Rob mentioned something about you not making any more movies. Is that true?
I tempt fate and the devil by saying things like, “‘Cosmopolis’ will be my last movie.” I don’t know why I say things like that, I just do. I had lots of fun doing “Maps,” I had a lot of energy. Sometimes I think I’ll stop making movies and just write novels, but then my accountant says no. [Laughs] Where I find myself right now: I don’t make rules for myself. If some project came along that was wonderful, I don’t have a rule that says I’m not making any more movies.

But it would have to be something really great, something very seductive. I’m just keeping my options open. What I’m not saying is, “I think I’ll write another original screenplay.” I haven’t done that for a long time. You can spend two years writing a screenplay and then never get it made. I don’t close any doors, but I like to shock people by saying I’m finished with movie-making.

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Read a list of reviews collected for “Maps to the Stars”!

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posted by Oct 31, 2014 • Filed in: Fan Submission, Internet/Bloggers, Movies, Press, The Rover

Translation by Laura with the help of Reverso, please if using credit the website.

“The Rover”: The interview with Robert Pattinson

We met with the teen idol to interview him on the occasion of the Cannes-film festival and spoke to him about strong Guy Pearce, his post Twilight time as well as about the violence in films.

The Rover reminds, by its atmosphere, very much of the action classical movie Mad Max, are you a fan of the serie?
Honestly I have still not seen it. But I probably should, because now I have to respond to it a lot. (laughs)

What has attracted you then exactly in this project?
I might admit that it is not a typical post-apocalyptic material. Not everyone is moved and become a cannibal. The film really feels.

What was the biggest difficulty to manage with Ray’s slow and uncertain personnality?
Basically everything was written in the script and I could put myself as the character very well only with the text. The biggest difficulty is to have the rehearsals, with the Casting. I hate them and I am really bad in it. I try, actually (laughs) to avoid them. If I like a part really well, I invest massively a lot of time and do so as if I already had the role. If then it clicks, I am already prepared several weeks before it starts. If not, it means I have been unlucky.

In the film you have a few very intense scenes with Guy Pearce in which he jumps directly at your throat. Was your reaction always played as a response to it?
Guy possesses an incredible force. If he meets you, it also, really, hurts and he is so rightl intense in the role. But because I know that he is not usually like this, I never, actually, felt fear.

Would you survive in the hard world of The Rover?
(thinks long about the answer). Not at all. I would hide anyway and not search the confrontation. Then somewhere in the forest would probably be my home. (laughs)

The film also contains brutal sequences. How do you generally stand violence in films?
I am no fan of it. I have never understood, for example, why the people every year have run to see the Saw films which were much more brutal. I found the first one still well, but sometime it was only about cruelty and tortures and this does not suit me at all. However, perhaps I am only a “Pussy.” (laughs)

During your Twilight time you also had to pocket some critics. Now you are praised by a lot. What do these voices mean to you?
Many actors say that it does not make any difference for them, what critics say. But to me this is important, because it also helps me.

Since the end of the Twilight saga you have said goodbye to the Blockbusters. Deliberately?
One could accept this, but recently, in my opinion, those projects are simply not intersting anymore. The implementing of a Blockbuster needs a lot of time. In a way I am very careful there, very much, very much, because then you can do several months with nothing else more than just that.

Would filming a comics movie be something that would interest you?
Perhaps. As a child I never was a big comics fan, also I have no really big background knowledge. Plus one must constantly run at a fitness center for these films and I do not see myself, really, as a pumped up male (laughs).

THE ORIGINAL INTERVIEW

“The Rover”: Das Interview mit Robert Pattinson

Wir trafen den Teenie-Schwarm anlässlich des Cannes-Filmfestivals zum Interview und sprachen mit ihm über den starken Guy Pearce, seine Post-Twilight-Zeit sowie über die Gewalt in Filmen

The Rover erinnert vom Setting her sehr an den Actionklassiker Mad Max. Bist du ein Fan der Reihe?
Ehrlich gesagt habe ich noch keinen einzigen gesehen. Aber ich sollte wohl, da mich jetzt viele darauf ansprechen. (lacht)

Was hat dich denn genau an diesem Projekt gereizt?
Ich mochte, dass es nicht dieser typische postapokalyptische Stoff ist. Nicht jeder ist verrückt und zum Kannibalen geworden. Der Film fühlt sich sehr real an.

Was war die grösste Schwierigkeit, die du mit der geistig leicht zurückgeblieben Figur des Ray zu bewerkstelligen hattest?
Im Grunde genommen stand alles im Skript und ich konnte mich mit dem Text sehr gut in die Figur hineinversetzen. Die grösste Schwierigkeit ist viel früher zu finden, beim Casting. Ich hasse die und ich bin wirklich schlecht darin. Ich versuche sie eigentlich zu meiden (lacht). Wenn mir ein Part wirklich gut gefällt, dann investiere ich massiv viel Zeit und tue so, als hätte ich die Rolle schon. Wenn es dann klappt, bin ich mehrere Wochen vor Drehstart schon vorbereitet. Wenn nicht, Pech gehabt.

Im Film hast du ein paar sehr intensive Szenen mit Guy Pearce, in denen er dir richtig an den Kragen geht. War deine Reaktion darauf immer gespielt?
Guy besitzt eine unglaubliche Kraft. Wenn er dich trifft, tut es auch wirklich weh und er steigerte sich richtig hinein in die Rolle. Aber da ich weiss, dass er normalerweise nicht so ist, hatte ich eigentlich nie Angst.

Würdest du in der harten Welt von The Rover überleben?
(überlegt lange) Keine Ahnung. Ich würde mich auf jeden Fall verstecken und nicht die Konfrontation suchen. Irgendwo im Wald wäre dann wohl mein Zuhause. (lacht)

Der Film beinhaltet auch die eine oder anderen brutale Sequenz. Wie stehst zu Gewalt in Filmen allgemein?
Ich bin kein Fan davon. Ich habe zum Beispiel nie verstanden, wieso die Leute jedes Jahr in die Saw-Filme gerannt sind, die immer brutaler wurden. Den ersten fand ich noch gut, aber irgendwann ging es nur noch um Grausamkeiten und Folterungen und das gefällt mir gar nicht. Vielleicht bin ich aber auch nur eine “Pussy”. (lacht)

Während deiner Twilight-Zeit musstest du auch einiges von Kritikern einstecken. Jetzt wirst du von vielen Seiten gelobt. Was bedeuten dir diese Stimmen?
Viele Schauspieler sagen, dass es ihnen egal ist, was Kritiker sagen. Doch mir ist das wichtig, da es mir auch hilft.

Seit dem Ende der Twilight-Saga hast du dich von den Blockbustern verabschiedet. Absichtlich?
Man könnte das annehmen, aber es kamen meiner Meinung nach in letzter Zeit einfach keine interessanten Projekte mehr zu mir. Die Realisation eines Blockbusters braucht viel Zeit. Aus diesem Grund bin ich dort sehr, sehr, sehr vorsichtig, denn du kannst dann mehrere Monate nichts anderes mehr machen.

Wäre denn eine Comicverfilmung etwas, dass dich reizen würde?
Vielleicht. Als Kind war ich nie ein grosser Comicfan, also habe ich kein wirklich grosses Hintergrundwissen. Plus man muss für diese Filme ständig ins Fitnesscenter rennen und ich sehe mich nicht wirklich als aufgepumptes Männchen (lacht).

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Thank you @ByeByeDreamBt & @Robjectify for the picture sources!

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  • Picture Source One reported:

I got my selfie w. Robert Pattenson !!! ❤️❤️❤️ #RobertPattenson #RobPattenson #Twilight #MCM #GlitterFairy

#RobertPattinson #RobPattinson #nyc

  • Picture Source Two reported:

Chillin’ with Robert Pattinson :)

He was very nice!

  • Picture Source Three reported:

#Happy #halloween !:) meeting with world,s #mostfamous #vampire @ #Halloweenstore of all places :):) #Robertpattinson #twilightmovie #twilight #edwardcallen

  • In the first picture, it appears Jamie Strachan is in the background. He is the boyfriend of Dakota Fanning.
  • @cybermelli tweeted,

def looks like it could be this place… was there fairly recently

I didn’t see the original insta but apparently it was tagged with “4th avenue” — in which case it is def that place

that costume shop is really just an awesome place to browse… even if ur not buying. it’s huge/cool & near R’s usual NYC places

And after doing some shopping at the New York Costume shop, it appears he may have gone out to eat with Jamie and Dakota?

My brother just cooked for Dakota fanning and Robert Pattinson

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ASAP is written there, meaning the movie must be filming soon right? Let’s wait and see then…

You can check their website HERE

UPDATE

Casting company in search for Islington boy to star in Robert Pattinson film

A casting company is on the hunt for a youngster to star alongside Hollywood superstar Robert Pattinson in a new film.

No acting experience is required for the role and Des Hamilton Casting, in Clerkenwell Road, Finsbury, hopes to find the fledgling actor from within Islington’s boundaries.

The yet-to-be-named film centres around events in the boy’s childhood, and the director is looking for a boy aged eight or nine with an “androgynous” look to play the lead role.

British actor Robert Pattinson, best known for his role as Edward Cullen in the film franchise Twilight – based on the books by Stephenie Meyer – will also be starring in the film.

Casting associate Elan Jones said: “It will be a great opportunity for whoever lands the part as it will be a major film with an up and coming director.

“In the film the boy has a French mother and British father so any knowledge of French is a bonus, but not essential.

“Auditions will be taking place over the coming weeks.”

Any parents interested in putting forward their son should email elan@deshamilton.com with a photo of him and a paragraph about him.

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