Rob is reportedly going to be in another David Cronenberg film, Maps to the Stars.
In an article about the ‘Lawless’ afterparty in Cannes, they talk about Michael Benaroya of Benaroya Pictures, producer of the movie, and the movie he’s financing. There’s a Rob mention. Is that one of Rob’s “five projects”?
From The Wrap and Yahoo Movies
Benaroya, who co-produced “Margin Call” last year, is fully financing “Kill Your Darlings,” a $4 million thriller with Daniel Radcliffe and Michael C. Hall about young beat poets Allen Ginsburg and Jack Kerouac and a murder.
And he’s also financing the $11 million “Hate Mail,” with Scarlett Johansson, Robert Pattinson and Philip Seymour Hall. And he executive produced “The Paperboy,” also screening in competition in Cannes.
That’s a lot of money to be throwing down. Benaroya, apart from noting that he’s only lost money on one movie he’s made thus far, said he likes to gamble.
“I’m a serious poker player,” he said. “People like to underestimate me: ‘You look 25. You look like a nice guy. I’m gonna take you for everything you’ve got.’ They’re often surprised when they don’t.”
Celebuzz’ source is an “on-looker” while we originally obtained information from Dose.ca Managing Editor Jen McDonnell. No pictures from either source.
An onlooker tells us, ”They were kissing and holding hands during Radiohead, swaying and singing along to parts [of the songs.]”
Earlier in the day, Rob, 25, and Kristen, 22, were also spotted cooling off in the beer garden together. Sporting burgundy shorts, a grey tank and a baseball cap, K-Sew looked happy and relaxed as she hung out with Rob and their friends, ”laughing and looking like they were having a fun time.”
Just a rumor for now but it does make sense since the film is most likely appearing in Cannes this May.
Unless he is going to a Paris Fashion Week function (doubtful), he is likely there to spend time with Kristen Stewart, who is also there right now.
All the sightings were posted on Robstenation if you want to check them out.
Though it is nice getting pictures sometimes, I imagine Rob must feel really accomplished to have made it through three airports in a row, nearly undetected.