jeudi 14 mars 2013

MORE media's reaction... About that FIST STILL of "The Rover... with Robert Pattinson and Guy Pearce..

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because I can't get enough of these...
and thanks to ROBsessed for compelling it...!

from We Got This Covered
There’s a lot of reasons to look forward to The Rover. Firstly, its director David Michod’s follow-up to the extremely successful and very well made Animal Kingdom, a film that I was really, really impressed by. Secondly, it stars two actors who are often overlooked: Robert Pattinson and Guy Pearce.
Allow me to clarify that last comment. Yes, Pattinson is a mega-star but his acting talents are usually downplayed. Most critics don’t give him enough credit but if you’ve seen him in anything outside of Twilight, you’ll know that he’s quite a talented individual, capable of giving great performances. For all the backlash he gets for starring in the Twilight films, I actually really enjoy Pattinson as an actor and am very happy to see him taking on more mature, dramatic roles like this.
Excited yet? We sure are. And can you blame us? The trio of Michod, Pattinson and Pearce is an extremely promising one and that first look photo above looks great, I can’t wait to see the two actors face off against each other.
from CinemaBlend
The Twilight series made Robert Pattinson a star, but also put the 26-year-old actor into a deep dreamboat hole that can threaten the longevity of an actor's career. So, taking a page from the smart pretty boys who came before him (Brad Pitt, Jude Law and Leonardo DiCaprio come to mind), he followed up his heartthrob role with something deeply indie, and niche-shatteringly deranged. David Cronenberg's Cosmopolis forced critics worn out by Twilight to reconsider Pattinson as he played a smarmy billionaire so numb he turns to self-destruction for salvation. And now, he's gearing up for a different version of grittiness in David Michôd's The Rover.
from TheFilmStage
After proving his acting chops in last year’s twisted, overlooked David Cronenberg-directed drama Cosmopolis, Robert Pattinson is returning in 2013 with another highly-anticipated project,
from ThePlaylist
We gotta admit, we sort of forgot this one was happening, but we have to say, we're glad it word yet on a release date, but we'd wager 2014. Either way, we'll be looking forward to it.
from MTV Movie Blog editor
"The Rover" with Robert Pattinson is already looking pretty great.
from RopeOfSilicon
Pearce Points Pistol at Pattinson in New Picture..."giving you a look at just how down in the dirt this pic is going to get."
from Flix66
Obviously Robert Pattinson has annoyed a very dirty and hairy looking Guy Pearce in this photo, so it’ll be interesting to see how all of that plays out when this movie hits theaters.
from FirstShowing
If seeing Robert Pattinson step outside his sparkly vampire self from The Twilight Saga for more serious dramas like Water for Elephants and Cosmopolis just didn't sit right with you, then we have a new film that might work.
from MovieFone
Robert Pattinson's latest bid to shed his "Twilight" reputation is the dystopian drama "The Rover," and as you can see below, he's taking quite a beating from Guy Pearce to prove he's no longer Edward Cullen.
from CinemaTeaser
Awesome first pic for David Michôd's THE ROVER with Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson
from MovieHole
First still of Robert Pattinson and Guy Pearce in David Michod's "The Rover". Script is apparently ace!
from Collider
Michod promises that The Rover is going to be “way more chillingly authentic and menacing” than those films. That’s some strong talk, but considering how great Animal Kingdom is, I’m inclined to take Michod’s word for it.
from EmpireOnline
“You put cars in the desert in Australia and people are going to think of Mad Max,” says Michôd. “And with all due respect to that film –and I stress that – I think The Rover is going to be way more chillingly authentic and menacing.” We believe him on both counts.
from HeatWorld
Whether Robert Pattinson's playing a teen wizard in Harry Potter, a vampire in Twilight or a fan of large mammals in Water For Elephants, he just always looks H-O-T. And his new movie's no exception.
from TheMovies
You know what? Robert Pattinson is actually a pretty damn good actor.

source: ROBsessed

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