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Transcript (Source: RPLife):
GRILLOT: So I have to mention here, as we’re finishing up, your book Mission: Blacklist is going to be made into a film. Robert Pattinson’s been cast to play you in your movie. How do you feel about that? What are we going to learn? What are we going to see in this film?
MADDOX: I’m very excited about it. The one thing I’ve asked is that the movie be as real as possible. And working with Rob, that’s the one thing he insists on. He always asks me, ‘Is this real? Did this happen?’ So it’s exciting. We’ll see.
You can listen to the full interview here.
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Here’s another picture of Rob drilling into that table from October 5th, 2012 in NYC:
This is what the finished piece looks like:
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News has broken today that Rob will co-star in new drama The Childhood Of A Leader with Juliette Binoche and Tim Roth. Rob and Juliette previously starred together in Cosmopolis. How exciting, Rob has so many amazing projects coming up in the new year we cannot wait to see. What we know so far is;
Juliette Binoche, Tim Roth and Robert Pattinson are attached to “The Childhood of a Leader,” a new drama directed by Brady Corbet, Variety has learned.
The pic is Corbet’s feature directorial debut, after winning honorable mention at Sundance in 2009 for his short “Protect You + Me.”
The drama, which focuses on the childhood of a post-World War I. leader, is tentatively scheduled to shoot in Europe starting in May. Corbet co-wrote the script with Mona Fastvold (director of “The Sleepwalker,” which will be competing at 2014′s Sundance Film Festival). It will be produced by Antoine and Martine de Clermont-Tonnere, Chris Coen and Amour Fou.
Corbet, star of the indie “Simon Killer,” just wrapped roles in Noah Baumbach’s “While We’re Young,” Andrea Di Stefano’s “Paradise Lost” and Bertrand Bonello’s “Saint Laurent.”
According to an Esquire UK scan, The Rover is due out next August, 2014. Rob filmed this movie last spring with Guy Pearce.
Could The Rover be the project that marks Robert Pattinson’s transformation from tween heartthrob to serious movie star? From the writer-director of the brilliant Australian drama Animal Kingdom (2010), the film stars Guy Pearce as a loner traveling through the Aussie outback when a gang of thieves steal his car. He tracks them down to exact revenge, enlisting the help of Reynolds (Pattinson), the one injured gang member left behind. DUE AUGUST
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The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that an Australian financier, Screen Australia, will be funding the James Dean biopic, Life.
SYDNEY – Robert Pattinson-starrer Life was one of four features, four adult TV dramas and one children’s TV series to receive a total of AUS$11 million ($9.9 million) in funding from Screen Australia, the agency announced Friday.
The investments by the agency, the first under newly installed CEO Graeme Mason, will trigger around $63.3 million worth of production.
Life, the latest feature from director Anton Corbijn and See Saw Films, tells the story of a freelance photographer, Dennis Stock, on assignment for Life Magazine, and his unlikely friendship with the actor James Dean. Co-starring Dane DeHaan, Life is a German/Canadian/Australian co-production from Australian writer Luke Davies. Producers are Emile Sherman, Iain Canning, Christina Piovesan, Benito Mueller and Wolfgang Mueller. Transmission Films is the Australian-New Zealand distributor while Film Nation is handling international sales.