I dont “ship”. But I have seen so much hate towards her (and him) that I feel the need for another edit. All Rob fans I know are very happy for Rob. She looks like a lovely and very talented person (like him). I look forward to know her better.
THIS x 1,000
ROBSTEN’S NEW ANTHEM: A TRIBUTE TO THE LIKES OF HKN AND SRWNS AND ALL THAT FOLLOW THEM.
I see this photograph being posted in many forms cropped and enhanced.
But not everyone here is giving credit to the photographer.
Rob’s good friend and a woman I think we can say has photographed Rob more and better then any other photographer.
Caitlin Cronenberg who also took the above posted photo taken at TIFF for ‘Maps To The Stars.’
We know she comes from Good Stock.
And the friendship these 2 have is pretty obvious.
Remember she was responsible for putting Rob in leather pants.
So thank you again Caitlin. Looking forward to more.
Yes, thank you Caitlin. Definetly looking forward to more!!
New fan pic from NY, September 2nd [x]
Complete video from BFI
The Rover (2013) writer-director David Michôd discusses making the film with stars Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson. Michôd explains how he developed the script, while Pearce talks about the intensive rehearsals the three conducted before production, and his experiences working with directors including Curtis Hanson and John Hillcoat. The film has its UK release on 15 August 2015.
Robert Pattinson as Rey (The Rover)
Anonymous said: Hi: You've read the interview of Kristen for ELLE France? She re-appointed to Bear and Bernie, as if they were her dogs. You can understand that it after all this time, she continues clinging to Robsten?
I just read some of it, actually. Its from Vanity Fair, but I getcha. I didn’t read the whole thing, but I think I read enough to know nothing from her has changed. She still acts pretentious and the interview is either biased (because the voice of it reads subjectively) or the translation is worded that way. Could be both. I did find some parts worth noting. I’ll share.
KRISTEN STEWART, The rebel. And while this interview isn’t like the usual Vanity Fair France interview, rules are meant to be broken. Kristen Stewart is a real rebel. To describe this rebellion, she uses an image that I find funny: “I put my boxing gloves on with ‘no’ written on them.”
How is she a rebel? At all? She’s not. She’s actually rather cliche. No rules are broken here. An interview is an interview; they’re all the same. Unless she admitted and voiced all her wrongs, set everything candid and straightforward, its nothing but the same bullshit as usual.
Even if “On The Road”, the adaptation of Kerouac’s novel, that she loved a lot, came out in the US around the same time, she has more or less disappeared from radars since… As many Americans before her - From Gertrude Steing to James Baldwin, stopping by Nina Simone, who chose France to find the road to freedom -, Stewart found her own on the other side of the Atlantic.
Because the US is the hardest industry to break into. Its really the market big money is made. Audiences are the toughest, the meanest, perhaps more truthful. She can’t act. Don’t blame that on US audiences. You know who else has to try being a name overseas? Lindsay Lohan. I definitely would NOT put her amongst those name of Steing, Baldwin or Simone.
KS: It’s kind of crazy. Sometimes you have to look for the character. This one was on my knees, I had a lot of fun playing it.
Come on, do I have to state the obvious? Being on her knees isn’t something new.
[We suddenly hear dogs barking] What’s happening, guys?
KS: Bear, Bernie and Cole. My true security, it’s them (Kind of weird to translate this)
I can hear another far fetched, fictional narrative of the Robsten fandom being conceptualized as we speak. Prepare security for the crazies! Nice job, K. Keep holding on. Isn’t that a song? I believe it is.
If I have to work with someone, someone who doesn’t thrill me, or with someone I have to fake things, it’s sad and I act badly.
As I said, she’s a true pretentious narcissist. No one, it seems, can ‘thrill’ her because as she clearly admits… she acts badly. No truer words, has she ever spoken.
VF: What do you do when it’s bad? What happens to you?
KS: It’s really uncomfortable. It takes a few days, or a few scenes. At first, you tell yourself that it’s just because there’s a problem or rhythm. But once you’ve exhausted yourself trying to find out why, you put yourself in default mode and you act like shit. It’s not funny. And it’s not good. When I looked back at those scenes, I’m just like “ew”. I don’t like to see this.
Welcome to all of our lives, K. Again, she admits it. Its not other people in the scene, its not the direction, its not the script, its that she’s a shit actress. And its ALL bad! She has nothing to really compare anything to, realistically. Its never good. One day, she’ll realize it. Its not a problem with a film or its theme or lack of audience, its that her work blows and audiences hate shitty actresses.
KS: I never tried to influence the opinion of people on myself, which is what a lot of other people do. Some artists, some actors, they do everything to fit into the image of a certain type of actor or artist, and I’m really not like that.
LMAO! Even in text, she’s a shit actor. A hypocrite, as we know…
I could go on, I’m sure, finding new gems, but I won’t. Bravo interview, K! *snickers* Thank you for constantly solidifying my opinions about you.
2009 to 2014, Rob and Tom in New York. Rob, talking about Tom:
"We went to school together, and then we lived together for a bit, so we’ve been friends and more for what feels like our whole lives. I mean, we are friends. He’s my best friend, and that’s it. He’s like a brother to me, you know? We have the same group of friends, and I’m friends with all of them, not just him."
NEW PICS: Robert Pattinson, Tom Sturridge and Sam Bradley in New York (August 25th)
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