Robert Pattinson enjoyed filming in remote location


Even though his accommodation in the town of Marree, South Australia, was quite modest, and the heat and insects were unbearable at times, Robert Pattinson enjoyed filming his new movie, The Rover, there.

The actor spent 41 days on location and was happy there were no paparazzi around.

He told The Hollywood Reporter: “It was absolutely in the middle of nowhere. There’s a road that goes from the east to the west of Australia, through the Outback, and we were at the point where it turns into a dirt track. It was the end of the tarmac, in this town of 90 people. There’s something really calming about it.”

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