Robert Pattinson

Why is a billionaire in a bat costume considered more prestigious than an immortal bloodsucker?

By Billie Walker

Robert Pattinson’s breakout role in the Twilight franchise has more in common with Bruce Wayne than DC diehards may think.

Matt Reeves: ‘I didn’t know if Rob would want to come back to a blockbuster’

By Kambole Campbell

The man behind the return of Gotham’s favourite son reveals why Robert Pattinson was his first and only choice.

The Batman

By Adam Woodward

Robert Pattinson’s grunge prince vows to wash the scum off Gotham’s streets in Matt Reeves’ noirish detective thriller.

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Bong Joon-ho has lined up Robert Pattinson for his next sci-fi epic

By Charles Bramesco

The new film loosely adapts Mickey7, a to-be-released novel about a clone colonizing an ice-world.

Robert Eggers’ Nosferatu remake is a go, with Anya Taylor-Joy on board

By Charles Bramesco

She’ll play the ripe-necked victim of Orlok the vampire in the new take on FW Murnau’s Gothic classic.

Taron Egerton will replace Robert Pattinson in Claire Denis’ next film

By Charles Bramesco

The onetime Rocketman is poised to star alongside Margaret Qualley in The Stars at Noon.

The Devil All the Time

By Hannah Strong

Antonio Campos’ star-jammed Southern potboiler fails to capture the poetic misery of Donald Ray Pollock’s source novel.

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Tenet

By Adam Woodward

A stoppable force meets an infinitely movable object in Christopher Nolan’s continuum-shattering sci-fi thriller.

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A starry ensemble sinks into sin in The Devil All The Time trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Tom Holland, Robert Pattinson, Riley Keough and Mia Wasikowska head up Antonio Campos’ period piece.

Claire Denis prepares new film with Robert Pattinson and Margaret Qualley

By Charles Bramesco

The Stars at Noon sticks both actors in 1984 Nicaragua, mid-revolution.

Everything we know about Christopher Nolan’s Tenet

By Charles Bramesco

All the latest intel on the director’s forthcoming sci-fi blockbuster, starring John David Washington and Robert Pattinson.

A real-life lighthouse keeper breaks down The Lighthouse

By Adam Woodward

Chris Foulds, who worked on 32 lighthouses between 1971-1989, gives his thoughts on Robert Eggers’ maritime odyssey.

Willem Dafoe: ‘I stopped eating lobster on this film’

By Adam Woodward

The screen legend on going full seadog in Robert Eggers’ paranoid fantasia, The Lighthouse.

The Lighthouse

By Elena Lazic

Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe take a brutal tumble into the abyss in Robert Eggers’ monochrome nightmare.

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Why filmmakers can’t resist the lure of lighthouses

By Natalie Stendall

From Shutter Island to The Lighthouse, these remote structures are soaked in mystery and symbolic meaning.

Christopher Nolan returns with the first trailer for Tenet

By Charles Bramesco

Secret agents! Car chases! Time travel? The thinking person’s blockbuster director is back...

Watch: A Beginner’s Guide to the Safdie Brothers

By Will Webb

Exploring the early work of New York filmmaking siblings Josh and Benny Safdie.

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