Robert Pattinson In “The Childhood Of A Leader” Clip — WATCH VIDEO
A clip of Robert Pattinson in The Childhood of a Leader has surfaced online. Watch below!
As Gossip Cop has reported, Pattinson was cast in the period drama in 2013. After some casting changes and production delays, filming began in Budapest in January of this year. The movie was wrapped and edited in time to premiere at the Venice International Film Festival in September, where Brady Corbet won Best Director and the Luigi De Laurentiis Award for a debut film.
The movie tells the story of an American boy living in France during World War I. That same boy eventually grows up to become a Fascist leader. In the clip, the boy’s father (Liam Cunningham) announces to his wife (Berenice Bejo) and Pattinson’s character Charles that the final treaty of the war is being drafted, and the family must go to Versailles. The four-minute preview was shared online by Attila Pfeffer, a camera operation who worked on the film.
A full trailer has yet to debut, and no release date has been announced. Pattinson will next be seen on-screen in the U.S. when Life has a limited release in theaters in early December. Check out The Childhood of a Leader clip below, and tell us what you think. (Warning: There is a disturbing scene of child abuse at the end.)