Dior Fall 2023 Menswear Show

Dior held their pre-fall 2023 menswear show in Egypt two days ago. They have chosen a stunning backdrop in none other than the Great Pyramid of Giza! As one of the faces of the brand, Robert stepped out and attended the show. This also marks his first formal public appearance with girlfriend Suki Waterhouse. Visit our gallery for photos of Robert at the event!


by Jasper 05.12.2022

Gallery Update: The Batman Screen Captures + Blu-ray Extras

The site is celebrating its first year online today! It’s hard to believe it’s already been one full year, time flies too fast. Thank you all for the support and for visiting the site!

In celebration, I have prepared great additions for the gallery. It’s now updated with over 2,700 high-resolution screencaps of Robert from The Batman, and over 1,600 screencaps from the Blu-ray special features, including the two deleted scenes. I included some shots that some of you might be interested in, like focus on the Batsuit, concept arts, photos of Robert during look tests, etc. Check them out!



by Jasper 30.09.2022

Robert Pattinson for Sotheby’s Contemporary Curated

Robert is the guest curator of Contemporary Curated this month. He has picked six artworks that will be sold at the auction on September 30th. He posed for photos and did a short interview wherein he discussed the character curation. Check it out below, and photos in our gallery! You can also see which six artworks that Rob has picked in Sotheby’s website.

An indie darling, a blockbuster leading man and a superhero, Pattinson has displayed undeniable versatility and a willingness to take risks. This month, his latest endeavor is as guest curator of “Contemporary Curated,” coming to auction on 30 September at Sotheby’s New York. With selections including Willem de Kooning, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye and Anselm Kiefer, Pattinson relied on the same instinct with which he chooses his roles: by prioritizing works that evoke a sense of story and imagining how their different energies play off one another in the same gallery space. Connected through their sensuality, animalism and capacity to evoke a strong response in their viewer, Pattinson’s choices for Sotheby’s are as psychologically riveting as his on-screen career.

A long-time admirer of art, the actor has only recently begun to draw on that passion. For example, while working with Claire Denis on High Life, paintings by Marlene Dumas and Georg Baselitz provided unlikely reference points for the actor as he sought to convey the emotional complexity of this artful sci-fi. Pattinson is now honing his taste with his own burgeoning collection, including a large sculpture by Elsa Sahal and a small sketch by Giacometti (of whom he is a huge fan) — he describes collecting as “learning a language.”

“What I look for is when a piece has its own language,” Pattinson says. “It doesn’t necessarily feel like it just exists for its own sake and has a presence that hums with a bit of life. It has the ability to communicate with you on a kind of primordial level.”

As for his characters? “Bruce Wayne would definitely have a few Francis Bacons, and Cedric Diggory would get a Turner or some painting of the Thames,” Pattinson says. “Connie Nikas is a Cy Twombly kind of guy, and I think the Dauphin would have a Botero above his toilet.”

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by Jasper 25.09.2022

GQ & Dior Dinner Party

GQ and Dior hosted an intimate dinner party last March 17th to celebrate Robert for being GQ’s March cover star. It was a small celebration with around 30 guests, including Angus Cloud, Phoebe Bridgers, and Andrew Garfield. Check out high-quality photos of Robert at the party in our gallery!

by Jasper 19.03.2022

Robert Pattinson and Matt Reeves for Los Angeles Times

After a long wait, The Batman has finally hit the theaters! Robert Pattinson and director Matt Reeves spoke with Los Angeles Times to discuss the movie, their take on the iconic character, the future of the Batman franchise, and much more.

Rob, you’ve spent the past decade working with directors like David Cronenberg, Claire Denis and the Safdie brothers on smaller, artier films. It didn’t appear you were on a trajectory toward a comic-book movie. So what grabbed you about the proposition here?

Pattinson: Even like five years ago, I was the last person I would think would be cast as Batman. I’m never normally in consideration for superhero parts at all. Usually [in those roles] you’re either a total unknown or someone who just, I don’t know, seems more obvious.

I don’t understand what it was about Batman, but I got really fixated on it and kept pushing my agent about it. I loved Matt’s work on the “Planet of the Apes” movies so much, and a lot of Matt’s work. and I was thinking, if you can get that performance out of a monkey … . [laughs] Then I met Matt and just he had such an interesting take on the character, and it just felt very different and kind of dangerous. It felt like a big, big mountain to climb.

Reeves: Because of all those movies you mentioned, I thought Rob might not be interested in being on that [superhero casting] list. But for some reason, in my mind, it was Rob. From the work I had seen him doing, I just was like, ‘Wow, he’s such a chameleon.’ Specifically in the Safdie brothers movie [“Good Time”], there was a kind of desperation and drive and also a vulnerability that I thought was very Batman, and I thought that mix was so powerful.

Given all the previous iterations of the character in movies, TV, video games and comics, what were your initial thoughts about how you could approach Batman in a way that felt fresh?

Pattinson: In our first meeting, Matt mentioned Kurt Cobain was one of the linchpins of the character. Just that put something in my head. There’s something about this kind of self-imposed torment that I always found really interesting and also inheriting a life that you’re not entirely sure you want but also feel like you cannot give up at all. I remember we also talked a lot about Michael Corleone.

Reeves: One of the great things about Batman is, because he doesn’t have any superpowers, it’s extremely psychological. He’s really doing this as a way of coping, because something happened to him [in his childhood] that he’s never gotten over. He’s exorcising these demons night after night after night.

He is a character who essentially is stunted. He’s sort of stuck emotionally at being 10 years old, and that’s exacerbated by the fact that he has this safety net of being incredibly rich. But he chooses to do this very brave, daring, reckless, almost suicidal thing, trying make meaning out of his life by going out and taking the law into his own hands.

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by Jasper 04.03.2022