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Become a Quickie Cult Classic?
A year after its release, everyone from Pete Davidson to Selena Gomez has thrown their weight behind the Safdies’ movie. Is it already a cult hit?
Oneohtrix Point Never Makes Popular Art Music for Our Anxious Times
“I’m not in that part of my life when I’m holed up with my own thoughts and making this really cryptic labyrinth of personal mythology.”
What’s New on Amazon Prime: February 2018
, and more.
Robert Pattinson Based His
Character on a Man Who Lives in a Hole
“It’s the best story ever,” says the actor.
Scores Most Gotham Awards Nominations
See the full list of nominees.
Robert Pattinson Accidentally Spent Fake Money
The production’s convincing counterfeit money caused its star to inadvertently commit a federal crime.
How Iggy Pop Ended Up Writing a Heartbreaking Ballad for
“It was like he was the voice of God, blessing the movie.”
Robert Pattinson Does a Bonkers Gollum Voice in His Short Film for
It’s all in pursuit of a hot dog.
Is a Thrilling Turn for Robert Pattinson
The new film from New York duo Josh and Benny Safdie is brutal at times, but its protagonist is not a brute.
Robert Pattinson and the Safdie Brothers Talk Going Gritty in
“Rob had a hole in his schedule, and we thought,
Let’s make a piece of pulp,
Robert Pattinson Was ‘Joking’ About That Sex Act With a Dog in
His story on
Jimmy Kimmel Live!
“spiraled out of control.”
last night on late night
Robert Pattinson Almost Performed a Sex Act on a Dog for His New Movie
The scene was deleted.
not smiling makes me smile
Robert Pattinson Was Almost Fired From
for Not Smiling Enough
“You have to do the opposite of what you’re doing now or you’re going to get fired today.”
Which Misogynistic Cannes Films Were Jessica Chastain Putting on Blast?
The actress criticized this year’s lineup for its “disturbing” depictions of women.
The Bests and Worsts From This Year’s Cannes Film Festival
From Jake Gyllenhaal’s voice to a CGI Eva Green.
Making Sense of a Cannes That Struggled to Reflect the World Outside
What to take away from a down year for the festival.