Robert Pattinson Interviews

by on August 15, 2012
in Cast & Characters, Interviews

David Cronenberg, Cosmopolis director, and Robert Pattinson have an interview with Moviefone.
They talk about the movie and fans.

Check it all out here.
Below is an excerpt:

Let’s talk about that scene where you’re getting your hair cut and you leave halfway through. For the rest of the film, you have sort of a sawed-off look on your head. How long did you have that for outside the movie?

RP: I had it for ages! I liked it. The scary thing was, to get it shown on film, you needed to show scalp, and so [the actor] was cutting so close.

DC: And he is an actor, not a barber. And he was cutting the hair.

The two also did an interview with Time.

You can check that interview out here.
Below is an excerpt:

What are the next movies you have going into production?

DC: I’d love to work with Rob again, and particularly I think Rob and Viggo Mortensen [star of Cronenberg’s A History of Violence, Eastern Promises and A Dangerous Method] would be fantastic together. But I’d have to sit down and write my Rob-and-Viggo movie. I don’t have my next movie. At one point Eastern Promises 2 was possible, but that’s fallen apart for various reasons. Bruce Wagner wrote a script called Maps to the Stars; there’s a role for Rob in it, and Viggo too. We’ll see if we can get it financed. It makes Cosmopolis look easy to finance, and it wasn’t.

RP: I’m going to make this movie [Mission: Blacklist] about Eric Maddox, an Army interrogator who was one of the major people responsible for finding Saddam Hussein. He was working with JSOC [Joint Special Operations Command], which isn’t supposed to exist, and they found Saddam Hussein by themselves but they couldn’t say it was them. The story is crazy, absolutely bizarre. It’s a really cool director called Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire. We’re going to shoot in Iraq next summer. In January, I’m doing this other movie [The Rover] with David Michôd, who did the Australian movie Animal Kingdom — a futuristic western with Guy Pearce.

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