Robert Pattinson Talks Body Image Issues, Deepfakes, And His Hatred Of Public Dancing In ES Magazine
The mention of Robert Pattinson‘s name used to invoke mental images of a pasty gray vampire hopelessly devoted to doing a bit of horny high school neckin’ with Kristen Stewart in the Twilight franchise. However, those days are long gone because RPatzz is now a seeeerious act-TOUR! Although he’s been receiving critical praise for his performance in The Batman (with a sequel in the works) RPattz wants everyone to know he’s still not into the fame thing, supposedly. And in a new interview with the UK’s Evening Standard, he discusses the ugly side of success, which includes his reluctance to be a sex symbol as well as his hatred of dancing in public like the second coming of Elaine Benes. And being deepfaked.
Taylor Swift Has Signed On With Searchlight Pictures To Write And Direct Her First Feature-Length Film
Just a year after making her sure-to-be Oscar-nominated directorial debut with the 15-minute short film, All Too Well, which doubles as a music video for her two-time smash hit song of the same name, Variety reports that Taylor Swift is gearing up to wade into deeper water by directing a feature-length film of her own original script for Searchlight Pictures. Variety also reports that Taylor will be sharing her insights and wisdom as a director with fellow auteurs such as James Cameron, Ryan Coogler, and Francis Ford Coppola as part of their Directors on Directors series, featuring “conversations between directors of the biggest films of the year.” Safe to say that at this point in Taylor’s remarkable career, it’s not hyperbole to call her one of the world’s most talented, gifted, and virtuosic storytellers of her or any other generation when it comes to shameless self-promotion. Simply put — she’s the best to ever do it.
Well, this is embarrassing. Turns out that, despite my reservations and japing, the world really was clamoring for emo Batman! Deadline reports that director Matt Reeves and The Titular The Batman, Robert Pattinson, have both signed on for more pouting and skulking for a sequel, sadly not tentatively titled The Batman 2: Sonata in Darkness Boogaloo. Continue reading
Zoë Kravitz Again Mentions How She Was Told She Was Too “Urban” To Audition For “The Dark Knight Rises” (UPDATE)
Zoë Kravitz is currently starring as Catwoman in Matt Reeves‘The Batman, and she could’ve been part of the Batman-verse years ago. Because back when The Dark Knight Rises was being made a decade ago, Zoë tried to audition for a role. However, she was told no. Why? Because according to some
racists casting people, Zoë was too “urban.” And as we know, the only “urban” casting people like is Urban Outfitters.
The Batman, starring Robert Pattinson as RBattz and Zoë Kravitz as Catwoman, opened this past weekend, and because of its opening box office numbers, Warner Bros. is a little richer today. The Batman ended up breaking a couple of pandemic box office records. Unfortunately, not the record for how many Batman movies is too many Batman movies (besides, the answer to that is: whatever number we were at after the release of 1997’s stupid masterpiece Batman & Robin).
Hello Titty! Zoë Kravitz put her best paw forward on the red carpet for the New York City premiere of The Batman wearing a custom velvet Oscar de la Renta gown with kitty titty cups to remind everyone that she is playing Catwoman Selina Kyle in the movie. However, much to Zoë’s embarrassment, it seems the rest of the cast forgot the memo, and instead of wearing the rubber penguin beak codpiece they discussed, Colin Farrell just wore a plain gray suit. And Robert Pattinson was supposed to wear Batty Boy’s hat from Hollywood Shuffle, but he didn’t. Paul Dano is the only other cast member who remembered the theme. Paul’s suit is screaming “Riddle me this, what the hell was I thinking?”