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And you can’t help but think: These cheery, friendly young dudes are the filmmakers behind two of the decade’s most harrowing cinematic portraits of New York City?
open invite stands for Robert Pattinson.” “So yeah, that is crazy. Trump has not yet tweeted a response to Stewart’s “SNL” monologue.To watch the interview from the Collider website, click on the screencap above.This week’s “SNL” host, Kristen Stewart, did the now-standard thing for hosts in their opening monologues: made some jokes at Donald Trump’s expense. But if you don’t or can’t watch, Here’s the text of that juicy portion of Stewart’s monologue: “I’m a little nervous to be hosting because I know the president’s probably watching.(You can read our GQ cover story with Robert Pattinson here.) In Good Time, Pattinson plays Connie Nikas, a blue-collar criminal grinding it out in New York City. I don’t want people to watch saying, 'Oh, that’s Rob Pattinson.'" And when people watch the movie, they go, 'Oh, my God. '" Joshua: [During the opening scene], this movie star comes in and throws the door open—almost like he did to our lives. Let’s get moving." And then, literally, the movie doesn’t stop. And the ADL is saying that Pepe the Frog is a hate symbol. When a bank robbery goes wrong, and his intellectually disabled brother (played by Benny Safdie) ends up in prison, Connie desperately scrambles to scrape together enough money to bust him out. On modern-day bank robbery: Joshua: There’s no good reason to rob a bank. And the fact that people do rob banks, in 2017, is an example of life imitating art. Having 20 cars laying on their horns does actually induce a certain level of chaos. I wrote to Matt Furie and said, "This is crazy," and he said, "Yeah, it’s destroying me." On the very fancy toilet Robert Pattinson bought Josh as a thank-you gift after Good Time wrapped: Josh: It’s still in the box. I told my landlord, "Hey, I got this toilet," and had to explain what this toilet was.