samedi 27 mai 2017

'Good Time': HQ Pictures of Robert Pattinson at the Cannes Festival Press Conference

'Good Time': Photos HQ de Robert Pattinson à la Conférence de Presse du Festival de Cannes






'Good Time': HQ Pictures of Robert Pattinson at the Cannes Festival Photocall Part 1

'Good Time': Photos HQ de Robert Pattinson au Photocall du Festival de Cannes Festival Partie 1





'Good Time': All Official Videos of Cannes Festival in one Post: Photocall, Press Conf, Red Carpet, Standing Ovation

'Good Time': Toutes les Vidéos Officielles du Festival de Cannes dans le même Article: Photocall, Conférence, Tapis Rouge, Standing Ovation ...


Photocall:

 
 
L'interview: / The interview:
 
 
 
Conférence de presse: / Press conference:

 
 
Avant-Première et tapis rouge: / Premiere and red carpet:



Fin de la projection et standing ovation de 5 minutes:
End of the screening and 5 minutes standing ovation:




Tellement d’émotions en regardent cette dernière vidéo!
Tellement fière! Félicitations à Rob et à toute l'équipe du film!
So many emotions watching this last video!
So proud! Congratulations to Rob and to the all the team!




Source

Vidéos avec doublage en français après la coupure



jeudi 25 mai 2017

Fan Picture of Robert Pattinson having dinner in St Paul de Vence Near Cannes (May 24th)

Photo de Robert Pattinson avec une Fan dans un Resto à St Paul de Vence (24 Mai)


 Au restaurant 'La Colombe d'or' / At the restaurant 'La Colombe d'or'




Source


Live Stream Links & Schedule for 'Good Time' Cannes Photocall, Press Conference & Premiere

Liens LiveStream & Programme du Photocall, de la Conference de Presse & de l'Avant-Première de 'Good Time' à Cannes



Liens Livestream pour le Photocall de 'Good Time' le 25 Mai aux alentours de 10h30 suivi de la Conférence de Presse à 11h00 (heure française). Avant Première et tapis rouge à 22h30
Vidéos ici: ICI & ICI

Live stream links for 'Good Time' Photocall on May 25th around 10:30 AM followed by Press Conf at 11:00 AM. Premiere with red carpet at 10:30PM (local time) => 4:30AM, 5:00AM & 4:30PM US East Coast / 1:30AM,  2:00AM & 1:30PM US West Coast
Watch here: HERE & HERE




Si vous êtes à Cannes, 1 autre séance de 'Good Time' a été ajoutée au programme de Cannes :
-25 Mai - 8:30 - 12:00 - 22:30 (Avant Première avec Tapis rouge)
-26 Mai - 10:30
-28 Mai - 11:30

If you are in Cannes, another 'Good Time' screening has been added to Cannes schedule :
-May 25th - 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM - 10:30 PM (Premiere with Red Carpet) 
-May 26th - 10:30 AM
-May 28th - 11:30 AM


Cannes schedule ici / Programmation de Cannes here


'Good Time' Take a Look at the French Cannes Press Kit & Learn More about the Movie!

'Good Time' Jetez un Œil au Kit de Presse Français &Apprenez en plus sur le Film!


Très bonne lecture mais attention cependant aux spoilers
Great read but bit contains spoilers

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Lire à la source ici / Read at the source here

Thanks Ma!



mardi 23 mai 2017

'Good Time' Special Screening in Paris at Gaumont Opéra on May Saturday 27th

'Good Time': Projection Spéciale à Paris au Gaumont Opéra ce Samedi 27 Mai



Dans le cadre de l'opération "Cannes à Paris", vous pouvez voir les films projetés à Cannes à Paris ce vendredi, samedi et dimanche au Gaumont Opéra. 'Good Time' passera samedi 27 Mai à 22h40.  
Les tickets sont maintenant en vente ici.

As part of "Cannes in Paris", you can see the films that are presented during the Cannes Festival in Paris this Friday, Saturday and Sunday at theater Gaumont Opera. 'Good Time' will be shown Saturday May 27th at 10:40PM.  
Tickets are now on sale here.




'Good Time': Interview - Josh Safdie Compares Robert Pattinson's Performance to Al Pacino, Tommy Lee Jones & Robert De Niro's

'Good Time': Interview - Josh Safdie Compare la Performance de Robert Pattinson à celles d'Al Pacino, Tommy Lee Jones & Robert De Niro




Benny and Josh Safdie are in Cannes Competition this year for the first time with Good Time, having previously featured in directors’ fortnight with The Pleasure Of Being Robbed and Daddy Longlegs.

Their latest stars Robert Pattinson in what the actor called a “mentally damaged psychopath, bank robbery movie”.

How did you react to being selected for Official Competition?
Josh Safdie: In Robert Pattinson’s house in LA he has an incredible, expensive toilet. After sitting on it for 20 minutes I said to him ‘that’s the dream’. He says: ‘if we get into Cannes Competition, I will buy you that toilet’. Six hours before the [Cannes] announcement… Rob texts me a picture of the toilet. That’s how I found out!

How did the film come together?
JS: We were dead set on this other film which we’re now doing called Uncut Gems, and [our last film] Heaven Knows What was about to be released. Robert [Pattinson] saw a still for that and something spoke to him about that, the colours, the image itself, he became obsessed with getting in touch with us. Then he saw the trailer and said: ‘now I need to meet with you’. Then he saw the film and said explicitly ‘whatever you’re doing next, I want to be a part of it, even if it means doing the catering’.
He didn’t sit in the diamond district world very well [for Uncut Gems], I was honest with him about that, and there was another world we were mulling, and we said maybe can write something for you in Good Time.
 
What was it like to work with Robert Pattinson?
Benny Safdie: I have so much respect for how deep he went, the places he went, the people he met, just his level of commitment, 16 hours a day, he was willing to do whatever. It was cold, I was playing the brother in a wheelchair, and we said to him ‘we don’t need you for this shot’, but he would stay and push me around in the cold. He said: “I need that, to take it that far”. He went above and beyond.
JS: We bought Rob to a lot of active jails. He turned up in character in the hope that he inmates wouldn’t recognise him as a movie star. We pushed our start date on purpose in an effort to buy more prep time and I would say there was 3-4 months of character prep for him, which is a lot for a movie star in his career.

How would you describe his final performance?
JS: I wouldn’t even call it a performance, if you were to show the film to someone who has no idea who Robert Pattinson is, they would just assume that we found this guy. The only performances that I could liken what he did would be to an Al Pacino in Dog Day Afternoon or Tommy Lee Jones in The Executioner’s Song or Robert De Niro in Taxi Driver. I’m mentioning icons of my filmic mind. This is what people will liken this to, it’s a transformation.
Personally for him he wanted to disappear. When he was fully in character, in costume, in make-up and when he knew his voice, he would just take a walk around the neighbourhood, simply because normally he can’t do that. He would walk into a pharmacy and buy a Coca Cola and no-one would say anything to him or look at him, or take a picture of him, and that’s how he knew he had the character down.

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Read the full interview at the source




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