The ‘Twilight’ star has been dating the musician since September 2014 and they are rumoured to be engaged.
Twilight star Robert Pattinson has spoken about the racist abuse girlfriend FKA Twigs has suffered online since the couple went public with their relationship last year. Pattinson said those who send negative comments are not ‘normal people’ and instead described them as ‘demons who live in basements’.
Robert Pattinson has spoken out about the racist hate girlfriend FKA Twigs has received.
Speaking to NME about the abuse his girlfriend receives online Pattinson said, "I was talking to my dad about this and I bet him that if he looked up Nelson Mandela's funeral on YouTube, the first comment would be a racist one. And it was, with like a million up votes.”
The actor had very different ideas from director Anton Corbijn as to the main premise of the film.
Robert Pattinson takes on one of his most complex roles in Life, based on the real-life encounter between photographer Dennis Stock and actor James Dean in 1955. And he's been getting some of his best reviews yet.
Robert Pattinson saw the other side of the camera in 'Life'
Intriguingly, Pattinson approached the story from a slightly different angle than the film's director, celebrity photographer Anton Corbijn. "Anton really thinks of it as a film about a photographer and photography," Pattinson says. "I've never been that interested in photography, but for me the whole thing was about the son. It's very rare to see a parent who doesn't love their kid. I thought that was fascinating. It's not like he doesn't care; it destroys him, but he's incapable of the empathy needed to love his child. He can't. He's just too obsessed with himself."
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Beautifully written and directed, this fact-based drama is an odd mixture of excellent acting and not-quite-right casting. Anton Corbijn clearly knows the subject, since he's a celebrity photographer making a movie about a celebrity photographer. But in this case, the subject of those photos is the elusively magnetic James Dean, a tricky person to recreate dramatically.
It's set in early 1955, as James Dean (Dane DeHaan) has just finished filming East of Eden and is hoping to land the lead role in Rebel Without a Cause. No one knows who he is yet, but freelance photographer Dennis Stock (Robert Pattinson) has a feeling he could become a big star. When Dennis' agent (Joel Edgerton) lands a commission from Life magazine, Dennis follows James from Hollywood to New York and home to his Indiana farm. But James is evasive and mercurial, and it takes a lot of tenacity for Dennis to crack through his shell to get the shots he needs. Eventually they even become friends, inspiring each other to pursue their dreams on their own terms.
The plot is loose, focussing more on the internal journeys these two men take than on any constructed storyline. And the film switches back and forth between their perspectives, which kind of leaves it without a point of view. But this gives both Pattinson and DeHaan the space to create authentic and complex characters. Pattinson gives his most layered performance yet, especially in scenes involving Dennis' ex-wife and young son (Stella Schnabel and Jack Fulton). Meanwhile, DeHaan creates a character who's thoughtful and fascinating, haunted by his past relationships and unafraid to stand up to the Hollywood system in the form of mogul Jack Warner (a scene-chewing Ben Kingsley). The problem is that, despite a lot of subtle (and more obvious) physical touches, DeHaan never echoes Dean's wiry, hungry energy.
Continue reading: Life Review
Kristen Stewart discussed her first kiss and split from Robert Pattison in a recent interview.
Kristen Stewart’s first kiss was “horrible”, the 25-year-old actor revealed during a recent interview in which she discussed her latest film, Equals. Stewart’s character in Equals shares her first kiss with Nicholas Hoult’s character. During the interview, Stewart shared details of her own first kiss and it doesn’t sound like it was a very pleasant experience!
Kristen Stewart at the premiere of Equals at the TIFF in September 2015.
Continue reading: Kristen Stewart Discusses Her First Kiss & Robert Pattinson Heartbreak
Liberty Ross had a rough time a few years ago when her ex-husband, director Rupert Sanders, was caught by the paparazzi cheating on her. Fortunately, the British model has found happiness and is engaged!
Liberty Ross and Jimmy Iovine are engaged! Representatives for the couple confirmed their happy news to a U.S. entertainment website on Saturday (5th September). They have been dating since for more than two years.
Liberty Ross and Jimmy Iovine at the LACMA 50th Anniversary Gala Sponsored By Christies in Los Angeles, April 2015.
Continue reading: Liberty Ross Is Engaged To Record Producer Jimmy Iovine
Could one of showbiz's hottest pairings be on the rocks?
After the world followed the tragic break up of the oh-so-perfect love story between Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, many R-Patz fans were thrilled when he found love again with singer FKA Twigs. The pair seemed to confirm an engagement when she turned up with a sparkler at the Met Gala in May.
Have R-Patz and FKA Twigs postponed their wedding for good?
However, rumours are plaguing the couple about a relationship on the rocks as Pattinson is in Belfast shooting his new movie The Lost City Of Z for Brad Pitt’s Plan B film company while the singer has been hanging out in Los Angeles.
Continue reading: Robert Pattinson And FKA Twigs Wedding Postponed?
He was minding his own business at the bar in a hotel in Belfast, when a wedding party entered and recognised him, cornering him for photos.
Robert Pattinson helped a Northern Irish couple celebrate their marriage by agreeing to crash their wedding!
The 29 year old Twilight star was standing at the bar in the Culloden Hotel in Belfast, Northern Ireland, when the wedding party of Tom and Sarah Lenihan walked through. Though he was sporting a heavy beard and moustache, they recognised him, whereupon he was mobbed by about 20 bridesmaids, with whom he graciously agreed to take photos.
Robert Pattinson was cajoled into taking pictures with a wedding party
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James Dean is a rising superstar; handsome, slick, smart and mild-mannered, and yet rebellious with dreams of being a famous actor. For passionate Life Magazine photographer Dennis Stock, Dean poses the perfect subject for his latest project and he's determined to capture the star in all his glory ahead of the release of his break-out movie 'Easy Of Eden'. It takes little persuasion on Stock's part to get Dean to agree to the project and the pair set out on a journey from Hollywood, through New York, and over to Fairmont, Indiana where Dean was originally from. Stock's plan is to capture the raw emotion and energy of this iconic figure of angst and coolness, and it doesn't take long before the two start to build an extraordinary friendship, that's made all the more heart-breaking on screen when you consider it's the final months of his life.
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Don't worry, they're not having second thoughts - they just can't decide what kind of wedding they want to have!
Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs have enjoyed a whirlwind romance since meeting less than a year ago, but it seems that they’re putting the brakes on a bit with reports that they’re postponing their upcoming marriage until the autumn.
A source close to the British couple has told People that the delay is down to 28 year old Twigs being unable to decide about whether to have a “low-key” or an “elaborate” wedding, rather than any signs of cold feet from either of them.
Robert Pattinson and FKA twigs got engaged in April 2015
Continue reading: FKA Twigs And Robert Pattinson Wedding Pushed Back
Eisenberg, who plays Lex Luthor in the upcoming 'Batman v Superman' movie, was part of a Q&A panel at the San Diego convention.
Jesse Eisenberg apparently didn’t enjoy being at Comic-Con, likening his experience at the massive convention to “some kind of genocide”. We know the crowds can be a little forceful, but seriously?
Giving a reaction to this year’s annual sci-fi and comic fest to the Associated Press on Monday (July 13th), the actor made the somewhat questionable remarks. “It is like being screamed at by thousands of people,” he reflected, “I don’t know what the experience is throughout history, probably some kind of genocide. I can’t think of anything that’s equivalent.”
Jesse Eisenberg plays Lex Luthor in the new 'Batman v Superman' film
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FKA twigs explained how she deals with racist abuse on Twitter.
FKA Twigs, in a recent interview, described the “numbness” she feels when seeing racist abuse aimed at her on social media. The singer is engaged to actor Robert Pattinson and much of the abuse she receives is from warped and obsessive fans of the Twilight actor.
FKA Twigs opened up about receiving racist abuse and described her relationship with Robert Pattinson as "amazing".
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The 'Twilight' actor was spotted in the audience with friend Katy Perry.
Robert Pattinson headed to the desert on Saturday night, to support his rumoured fiancée FKA Twigs as she made her Coachella debut. The Twilight star was spotted in the audience enjoying his girlfriend’s set along with friends including singer Katy Perry.
FKA Twigs has been dating the Twilight actor since last summer.
Although he tried to blend in with the crowd, fans and media in attendance couldn’t help but spot Robert proudly watching his girlfriend on Saturday evening. The Twilight star was dressed down for the occasion, wearing one of his trademark beanie hats with a light grey t-shirt and blue jeans.
Robert Pattinson is getting married.
Robert Pattinson is engaged to the British hip-hop singer FKA Twigs after just six months of dating. Though two sources have confirmed the news to People, the couple's represenatives are not commenting.
Robert Pattinson is reportedly engaged to marry FKA Twigs
It was actually the singer T-Pain who first spilled the beans, explaining to Vulture that the musician probably won't be contributing new material to his album because "she's engaged now."
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The new couple are inseparable
Robert Pattinson was one half of the Vampire world’s most powerful couple before he and his former girlfriend Kristen Stewart fell apart. While the Twilight world sobbed into their blood stained books, Pattinson slowly picked himself back up and is now in a relationship with singer FKA Twigs.
Robert Pattinson Is Now One Half Of A New Couple With FKA Twigs
And now it seems the pair have moved on even further than people may have expected after it was rumoured that the British actor gave his singer girlfriend a ‘promise ring’ at the end of last year.
FKA Twigs has described her relationship with Robert Pattinson as "worth it" in the face of negative attention from some users of social media.
FKA Twigs at the Mercury Prize Awards in London in September 2014.
She may have lost out on the Mercury Music Prize, but FKA Twigs seems to have won the heart of Robert Pattinson.
She’s one of music’s hottest rising stars and he starred in one of the biggest teen movie franchises of the past decade, so it’s no surprise that the relationship between FKA Twigs and Robert Pattinson has garnered so much attention. Indeed it seems that every week there’s a new rumour about the young couple, however this week we might have finally gotten some confirmation about their status.
Speaking to The Mirror as she attended the Mercury Music Prize awards on Thursday (October 30th), FKA Twigs described her relationship with Pattinson as "Very good, thanks.” But when quizzed further about what makes a good relationship, the singer said, "I wouldn't take advice off me for relationships!”
The Mercury Prize nominee is “shocked” by the online abuse she has received since being linked to the 'Twilight' star.
Writing on Twitter FKA twigs, whose real name is Tahliah Barnet said, “I am genuinely shocked and disgusted at the amount of racism that has been infecting my account the past week.” Adding, “Racism is unacceptable in the real world and it's unacceptable online.”
As it explores Hollywood's inbred underbelly, this film becomes increasingly deranged and also rather dark and creepy, but it's so fiercely entertaining that it's impossible to look away from the screen. With razor-sharp performances, a brutally witty script by Bruce Wagner and snaky direction from David Cronenberg, the film is perhaps too knowing as it explores a group of fiercely ambitious people who will stop at nothing to get what they want.
Things kick off as Agatha (Mia Wasikowska) arrives in Los Angeles and is collected by chauffeur Jerome (Robert Pattinson), who is also of course an aspiring screenwriter and actor. Focussed and determined, Agatha visits the ruins of a Hollywood Hills home before using a friendship with Carrie Fisher to get a job as an assistant to acclaimed actress Havana Segrand (Julianne Moore). Facing middle age, Havana is desperate for a comeback role in a remake of the movie that made her mother a star. Meanwhile, 13-year-old teen pin-up Benjie (Evan Bird) has completed rehab and is ready to act again, encouraged by his manager mother (Olivia Williams) and self-help guru dad (John Cusack), who are unnerved when they hear that Agatha is back in town. Clearly everyone has a secret that can jeopardise their career paths. And they're connected in ways no one wants to acknowledge.
The knotted mess of the plot is carefully unpicked over the course of the film, which only makes everything that much more intense and nasty. While it's blackly funny, the movie's overall tone is extremely grim, as these wealthy stars are crippled by emptiness and desperation. They're also willing to do just about anything to get ahead, from celebrating someone else's misfortune to blatantly lying about their pasts.
Continue reading: Maps To The Stars Review
Robert Pattinson is shrugging off the teenage angst and stepping onto pastures new
British actor Robert Pattinson was just 22 when he landed the role as Edward Cullen in Twilight, and he instantly became a global pin-up, named "the most handsome man in the world" by Vanity Fair and one of the "100 most influential people" by Time.
He's 28 now and determined to prove himself as a serious actor, moving on from straightforward leading-man roles (Water for Elephants) to edgier fare by arthouse filmmakers like David Cronenberg (Cosmopolis and this year's Maps to the Stars), Werner Herzog (the forthcoming Queen of the Desert alongside Nicole Kidman), Anton Corbijn, Olivier Assayas and James Marsh.
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While this atmospheric Australian Outback thriller has plenty of edgy action, it's also meandering and arty, refusing to fill in the details until filmmaker David Michod is good and ready. This makes it feel rather slow and uneven, although it's at least consistently fascinating. And as a story of tenacity and survival, it's also a gripping drama.
The story is set 10 years after "the collapse", so there's little sense of law and order in the Outback. When his car is stolen by three outlaws (Scoot McNairy, Tawanda Manyimo and David Field), the strong-silent Eric (Guy Pearce) goes in pursuit. Along the way, he picks up the injured Rey (Robert Pattinson), brother of one of the thugs, who knows where they're headed. As they hit the road, Eric and Rey have a series of encounters with people who are alternatively helpful and menacing, from an inquisitive brothel madam (Gillian Jones) to a nervous doctor (Susan Prior) to an in-over-his-head soldier (Anthony Hayes). There are also plenty of marauding thieves and trigger-happy commandoes who don't hesitate before blowing away anyone who looks odd. But as Eric and Rey begin to bond, they still find it impossible to trust each other.
While the overarching plot is fairly simple, the film plays out in a series of set-pieces as Eric responds a variety of tense situations. The big question hovering above everything is of course why he's so determined to get his car back (the odd answer comes at the very end). Michod's style of filmmaking is more interested in provoking thought than fully satisfying the audience, so scenes are packed with inconclusive twists and turns, vaguely undefined characters and situations, and elements that clearly have some sort of meaning but feel rather impenetrable. Pearce's performance fits this style perfectly; Eric is a man who says very little, letting a steely glare convey more than any number of words would. In jarring contrast, Pattinson's Rey is a hyperactive mess, a simple-minded guy who never stops moving and talking.
Continue reading: The Rover Review
Robert Pattinson Wednesday 23rd May 2012 'On the Road' premiere during the 65th Cannes Film Festival
Robert Pattinson Wednesday 3rd December 2008 UK premiere of 'Twilight' held at the Vue cinema on Leicester Square London, England
Date of birth
13th May, 1986
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