Showing posts from February, 2017

'The Lost City of Z' UK Premiere

Rob Pattinson hit the red carpet at the British Museum, for the UK premiere of his latest film The Lost City of Z. His co-stars Charlie Hunnam, Sienna Miller, and Tom Holland, along with his fiancée fiancée (idk) FKA Twigs were also in attendance.

Rob's suit is by Dior.

Photo by REUTERS/Hannah McKay
More photos for your viewing pleasure at RPAustralia.
Photos via RPAustralia and Irish Independent.

'The Lost City of Z' Berlinale Press Conference

Berlinale Star Portrait 2017 (Gerhard Kassner/Berlinale)
The Lost City of Z, the latest film by Robert Pattinson, was screened at the Berlin International Film Festival, better known as Berlinale. A press conference was also held at the festival.

Check out RPWW for more photos.

Photos via Berlinale, RPAustralia, and RPWW

Kristen Stewart Hosts Saturday Night Live

Promos with Kristen Stewart and @alessiacara are up! — Saturday Night Live (@nbcsnl) February 2, 2017 Kristen Stewart hosts this week's Saturday Night Live.  She will be joined by musical guest Allesia Cara.

Saturday Night Live airs on Comedy Central Asia, HyppTV ch609, every Saturday at 11pm.

Video via SNLTwitter and Billboard

Kristen Stewart on The Tonight Show

Kristen Stewart made an appearance at The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, to promote her upcoming film Personal Shopper.

via JimmyFallon.

'The Lost City of Z' starring Robert Pattinson

Robert Pattinson has a new movie coming out this year. Titled 'The Lost City of Z', it also stars Sienna Miller, Charlie Hunnam, and Tom Holland.

National Geographic  previewed the official movie poster, along with an article about the movie, and a synopsis:

Writer/director James Gray’s adventure epic, The Lost City of Z, follows British explorer Percy Fawcett (Charlie Hunnam) through his many voyages into the unknown jungles of the Amazon in the first part of the 20th century. Leaving his wife, Nina (Sienna Miller), behind in England, Fawcett and his aide-de-camp, Henry Costin (Robert Pattinson), disappear into a world few Europeans had ever experienced to uncover a lost land no one anticipated.

Fawcett’s numerous trips to the region unlocked endless secrets about the Amazon’s flora and fauna, as well as its geography and local populations. But it is what happened to him during his last expedition in 1925 alongside his son, Jack (played by Tom Holland), that remains perhaps his…