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Thanks @DiarioTwilight for the tip!

Posted by Laura on 29 Jan 2015 and filed under : Breaking Dawn Part 1, Breaking Dawn Part 2, Eclipse, Fan Encounters, Fan Submission, Internet/Bloggers, Movies, New Moon, Out and About, Photos, Twilight
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Here is what Mona Fastvold shared on her Instagram:

First Picture:

Hello Budapest

Second Picture:

The director at work.

Third Picture:

*camera emoticon*

Fourth Picture:

Our tiny location scout suggested this window. @bradycorbet

Fifth Picture:

Hungarian Parliament Building @bradycorbet 

Sixth Picture:

More locations

Seventh Picture:

Back in Budapest *camera emoticon*

Eighth Picture:

On the Danube River in Budapest Kosmetika!

Ninth Picture:

Budapest morning.

Tenth Picture:

St. Stephen’s Basilica

Eleventh Picture:

@bradycorbet my love in his true element!

Twelfth:

Budapest Castle Hill Funicular

Thanks @lurker1510 for the tips!

Posted by Laura on 29 Jan 2015 and filed under : Fan Submission, Internet/Bloggers, Movies, On the Set, Photos, The Childhood of a Leader
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Read a list of reviews collected for “The Rover”! The Good, the Eh, and the Bad, reviews from all over the world can be seen under the cut!

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Posted by Kristin on 29 Jan 2015 and filed under : Internet/Bloggers, Movies, Press, Reviews, The Rover
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Thanks @Rivendell1111 for the tip!

Posted by Laura on 28 Jan 2015 and filed under : Fan Submission, Internet/Bloggers, Life, Movies, Photos, Press
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THE PREMIERE:

February 6th, 6:45PM CET at Berlinale Palast

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The film tells the story of Gertrude Bell (1868-1926) who, as historian, novelist and member of the British secret service, played a decisive role around 1920 in setting the course for the new political order in the Middle East. As an educated young woman, for whom no suitable husband can be found in England, she journeys to Tehran. After a tragic love affair with diplomat and inveterate gambler Henry Cadogan, she decides to give up on her private life and discover the region as an explorer. Before the backdrop of the disintegration of the Ottoman Empire she learns languages, translates literature, meets with Muslim dignitaries in Cairo, Basra and Baghdad and earns their trust through her pluck and respect. Predestined to be a mediator between the Orient and the British Empire, she contributes to defining the new borders in the region after the First World War. And then love enters her life once again.
Werner Herzog uses the vast desert landscapes to depict the architecture of his characters’ souls. A panoramic epic about the woman who has gone down in history as ‘the female Lawrence of Arabia’.

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Tickets will be available two days before the screenings HERE

PRESS SCREENING:

February 6th, 12PM CET at Berlinale Palast

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PHOTOCALL AND PRESS CONFERENCE:

February 6th, beginning at 2:10PM CET

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Via the festival’s app on IPhone

Press conferences for the Berlinale’s Competition films usually take place directly after the press screening. Press Conferences are also scheduled for films in the Panorama Special and the Berlinale Special programme.

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Posted by Laura on 28 Jan 2015 and filed under : Internet/Bloggers, Movies, Public Appearances, Queen of the Desert, Red Carpet/Press Conference
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THE PREMIERE:

February 9th, 9:30PM CET at Zoo Palast

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In 1955, ambitious Hollywood photographer Dennis Stock and the then still unknown James Dean meet at one of Nicholas Ray’s parties. Stock recognises in the young actor, who has just completed filming East of Eden, an extraordinary talent and hopes to further his own career via a series of portraits for “Life” magazine. Newcomer Dean is stressed by studio boss Jack Warner’s demands for him to get on the PR bandwagon for Elia Kazan’s film and goes into hiding in the country. Stock accompanies the camera-shy star to his native ranch in Indiana where he has his roots. Once back in New York, Stock captures the world famous image which keeps the legend alive to this day.
Anton Corbijn is less interested in the life of the idol of a new generation than in the creation of a myth and the role “Life” photographer Dennis Stock’s portraits had in the iconisation of Dean. The meeting of these two young men led to the creation of a series of world famous images of a cult star before he died at the age of just 24. “James Dean haunted Times Square” went on to become one of the most reproduced photograhps of the 20th century.

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Tickets will be available two days before the screenings HERE

PRESS SCREENING:

February 7th, 7PM CET at CinemaxX 5

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PHOTOCALL AND PRESS CONFERENCE:

February 9th beginning 7:45PM CET

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Via the festival’s app on IPhone

Press conferences for the Berlinale’s Competition films usually take place directly after the press screening. Press Conferences are also scheduled for films in the Panorama Special and the Berlinale Special programme.

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Posted by Laura on 28 Jan 2015 and filed under : Internet/Bloggers, Life, Movies, Public Appearances, Red Carpet/Press Conference
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Thank you @Rivendell1111 for the tip!

Posted by Kristin on 27 Jan 2015 and filed under : Internet/Bloggers, Life, Movies, Press
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R-Pattz: I sweat like a crazy person

In Maps To The Stars, you play a limo driver with Hollywood ambitions. Is LA full of aspiring actors?

Since I’ve become an actor, most people don’t want to admit it to me.
But when I was just auditioning, absolutely everyone was — every cab driver. It’s crazy. But when you get to a certain point, no one really wants to say it to you anymore. People just want to say they’re a waiter! That’s way cooler.

Do you recognise all the Hollywood craziness that Maps depicts?

Julianne Moore’s character [she plays a has-been actress] — I have definitely met people a lot like her. It’s not in a totally unlikeable way. I’ve hung out with people like that — they’re fun to be around. They’re desperate to please. If you are her assistant, then it’s a totally different thing. But I always find people like that quite entertaining.

How was it doing the sex scene with Julianne?

That was kind of hilarious — it was the first time I’d met Julianne as well. It was so hot in Toronto [where the movie was shot], and she’s one of these people… she doesn’t sweat at all! But I sweat like a f**king crazy person. And I was trying to literally catch drops of sweat to stop them hitting her back! Afterwards, she was like, “Are you having a panic attack?” It was so embarrassing.

Before you got Twilight, did you feel like it might not happen for you?

Yeah. I’d been in LA for three years and not got a job, ever. Twilight was my first job with my American agent, who had a six-month turnover rate with clients. If you hadn’t got a job in six months, you were kicked out of the agency, and my agent really stuck out for me. It’s funny whenever you see people who switch agents. If they haven’t got a job, they always fire their agents and it’s a terrible idea. Generally, you’ll just get worse and worse agents.

What kept you sane once you got famous?

I think I had a really good set of friends before. When your entire social life is based around people you meet after you get famous, that’s when you have no foundation and it gets a bit weird.

Have you ever been bowled over by any celebrity?

Eric Cantona — I was really starstruck by him. I sat next to him on a talk show in France. I didn’t know he was on it. And then later on the same show,
R Kelly performed — my mind was blown from every direction!

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Thanks @sallyvg for the tip!

Posted by Laura on 27 Jan 2015 and filed under : Internet/Bloggers, Magazine, Maps to the Stars, Movies, Press
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Posted by Laura on 27 Jan 2015 and filed under : Internet/Bloggers, Life, Movies, Public Appearances, Queen of the Desert, Red Carpet/Press Conference
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"The Rover"

Thanks to the folks behind the AACTA’s, we have confirmed Rob WILL NOT be attending their awards ceremony. However, remember, the film has several nominations and we should continue to lend our support to the telecast as Rob is nominated for Best Supporting Actor.

To see the entire list of The ROVER nominations, visit our previous post!

Thank you Niki!

Posted by Kristin on 26 Jan 2015 and filed under : Internet/Bloggers, Movies, Press, The Rover
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