We’re now 10 days into 2017 and already, the new year has proven to be quite the exciting one for fans of the Twilight Series, or, more broadly, for fans of celebrity-endorsed lifestyle products. As a result of the year’s most noteworthy events, it’s never been more important to develop a clear understanding of what’s going on in the star’s personal life and how to make the most of it. With that in mind, let’s dive into the calendar section of Robert Pattinson’s website and see what’s up.
The month of January usually sees Pattinson in the United Kingdom filming on various locations nearby London. As we’ve previously established, the actor is a bit of a gypsy, so it comes as no great surprise that he continues to find locations intriguing enough to keep him motivated to travel and work. This January has seen Pattinson stay in the UK for five of the six weeks, as opposed to the usual month-long holiday he spends in the country. According to local reports, his shooting schedule has been rather light, with few rumors of any major projects.
As the final month of 2017 draws near, it’s time to start looking ahead to next year and begin making plans for the future. Based on the actor’s past behavior, it’s not hard to assume that he may continue to rack up frequent travel in 2018, so whenever possible, fans should try and schedule their appearances in the country he’s currently filming in (provided it’s not the UK, of course).
Pattinson mostly stays in the UK and Ireland for the month of March, though he has some exciting plans to share with fans. The month will mark his first visit to the U.S. in four years, and he couldn’t be more excited to be back. The actor is particularly looking forward to playing a small role in the upcoming film, S.W.A.L.K., which stands for Short Way Around Los Angeles County. He will play the role of a criminal mastermind who recruits an unlikely bunch of heroes to help him save the world. The flick is directed by Michael Tiddes and stars Jason Flemygale, Will Rothman, Dan Fogler, and more. Filming is set to begin in February and wrap in late March.
April sees Pattinson mostly based in Los Angeles these days, where he’s busy preparing for the premiere of his new movie, The Batman, on June 28th. The actor also travels a lot for work, heading to London for a week before returning to the U.S. This month will also see him spend three weeks in Italy, which should prove to be quite an adventure. In August 2017, the actor will star alongside Robert Downey, Jr. in the Western Union drama, The Man in the High Castle, which explores the events that led to World War II, and the rise of the Third Reich in the Pacific Northwest. The film is set for a fall 2017 release.
Pattinson spends the month of May mostly in Los Angeles, though he does travel to London for a few days to promote his new film, The Batman. The last three weeks of the month see him in Italy, before spending the closing days of the month back in the U.S. The wrap on The Batman arrives in Los Angeles on May 19th, and the month ends with the world premiere of Pattinson’s new movie, Wonderland, on May 31st. The ensemble comedy co-stars Mia Wasikowska, Sam Rockwell, and Alice Englert, and tells the story of a young woman (Wasikowska) who, with the help of a rag-tag team of misfits, finds her way in 1947 Los Angeles.
June is shaping up to be another busy month for Pattinson, who just wrapped production on The Batman, a contemporary retelling of Lewis Carroll’s immortal children’s tale, Alice in Wonderland. The new film sees the actor taking on the role of the Mad Hatter, a role he enjoys playing because it’s such an interesting character to implement. It also marks his fifth collaboration with director Tommy Pallotta, following Maleficent in 2014, The Huntsman: Winter’s War in 2015, and The Witch and the Hundred Heads in 2016. The movie also stars Robert Downey Jr., as the eponymous character, which makes it the second film adaptation of the story, following a 1910 silent film. Let the games begin!
As summertime rapidly approaches, it’s time to start planning the itinerary for your upcoming vacations. You can rest assured that, should you choose to visit the UK in the coming months, Pattinson will be in the midst of shooting a major new project, which, as a result, won’t be available for public appearances. Fortunately, however, this doesn’t mean that he’ll entirely miss out on tourism, as the actor has made it clear that he’d like to visit as many as possible of his favorite destinations, and the opportunity to see him in person is certainly worth the effort. In order to make the most of any trip to the UK, fans should try and schedule their visit around a day or two of filming. This will help ensure that the most popular destinations are still available for visitors, and will give fans the opportunity to see and interact with their favorite actor. A week or two spent in the company of Robert Pattinson is, in itself, a unique and priceless experience. During those brief moments, fans are invited to indulge in a fantasy and see the world through the eyes of one of cinema’s most intriguing inhabitants.
This summer has seen Pattinson largely based in Los Angeles, where he’s been busy shooting The Batman, a film that sees the actor pitted against some of the most iconic characters in comic book history. The movie is due for release on August 10th, and if you’re lucky enough to catch one of the premiere screenings, you’ll be in for a treat as one of Hollywood’s most exciting performers takes the big screen by storm. In addition to The Batman, Pattinson has a handful of supporting roles in other movies set for release this year, though he’s mostly been keeping busy with press junkets and interviews.
September is a busy month for Pattinson, as it’s the last month of his contract with the WGA. In early September, the actor returns to the UK to finish filming The Legend of the White Serpent, though there’s no word yet on when the movie will be released. In late September, Pattinson will start shooting the dark fantasy Deathless in Tokyo, Japan, followed by the comedy The Midnight Meat Pack in Singapore. Fans will have to wait until October to see Pattinson hit the international scene, as he takes on the role of the Scarecrow in Jonathan Glazer’s adaptation of the comic book, Under the Skin. The movie is set for a release on October 6th in the UK and October 13th in the U.S.
After a month in Tokyo, Japan, filming Deathless, Pattinson heads to Singapore to begin shooting the comedy The Midnight Meat Pack. The comedy stars Jackie Chan as well as Owen Wilson and Eric Bana, with filming scheduled to wrap by mid-October. Following the wrap on The Midnight Meat Pack, the actor heads to London to finish filming on The Legend of the White Serpent. He’s back in Singapore for another month of filming on October 20th, wrapping on The Legend of the White Serpent on November 10th, and starting again in London on November 17th. With only one week in Tokyo left to go, it’ll be interesting to see how much longer the actor decides to stick around to finish the movie.
Pattinson kicks off his second week in Tokyo, arriving there on October 20th, the same day he wraps on The Legend of the White Serpent. The following day, he visits Singapore to begin shooting The Midnight Meat Pack. There’s no word yet on when the comedy will wrap, but it’s likely that production will continue into December. As a result of the year’s most notable events, it’s never been more important to develop a clear understanding of what’s going on in the star’s personal life and how to make the most of it.