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Robert Pattinson, Lily Collins and Ewan McGregor will co-host Go Campaign’s 15th anniversary virtual Go Gala on Oct. 23. The Go Campaign is a non-profit focused on helping vulnerable children around the world by way of awareness and funding.

As global ambassadors for the nonprofit, Pattinson, Collins and McGregor co-hosted the virtual event last year.

The event will also include musical performances as well as appearances from Kaitlin Olson and Glenn Howerton, among surprise celebrity guests.

All of the funds raised from Go Gala will continue to support the Go Campaign’s effort for global COVID-19 relief and efforts to achieve racial justice for youth in the U.S.

Pattinson spoke about the importance of funding to support the non-profit. “Go Campaign has a proven track record of making real, meaningful change in communities around the world,” the actor said in a statement. “The funds raised at the Go Gala bring opportunities and resources to some of the most vulnerable children that may otherwise be left behind. Every dollar donated to Go Campaign is a dollar invested wisely in the future generation.”

McGregor added, “As part of the Go Campaign family, I’ve watched the organization grow and expand since the very beginning. I’ve seen first-hand the lives that have been radically changed because of Go… it’s truly amazing.”

Earlier this year, Go Campaign provided life-saving assistance to children and families by supplying PPE, oximeters, food, daily health checks, homeschooling for children and access to vaccinations.


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Robert Pattinson offered a teaser for what fans can expect from Matt Reeves’ “The Batman” at this year’s DC FanDome during the red carpet for the Academy Museum’s premiere party. Pattinson hinted that the footage that will be shown will give audiences a new look at his Bruce Wayne and Zoë Kravitz’s Catwoman.

“Me and Zoë [Kravitz] did some stuff. It’s a fun little thing,” Pattinson told Variety’s Angelique Jackson. “There are lots of little surprises for it.”

The actor also confirmed that he has watched some portions of his DC film during the interview.

“I’ve seen some of the movie now and it’s kind of really cool,” Pattinson said. “It’s really cool.”

Pattinson, a newly-added member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, also offered his own excitement for the organization’s new museum. Located on the LACMA campus in Los Angeles, the 300,000-square-foot museum offers exhibition galleries showcasing various memorabilia from film history, and an impressive theater that will host screenings.

“I really want to see the theater,” Pattinson said. “Being really geeky about it, the technical specs of the theater sound quite insane.”

The actor also specified that he was particularly excited about the theater’s upcoming program of features directed by Hayao Miyazaki, which will begin on Oct. 5.

When asked which piece of memorabilia from his own filmography he’d submit to the museum, Pattinson laughed. “Oh god, I want to keep most [of them], so I can sell them when I’m broke.”

The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures will open to the public on Thursday.

“The Batman” is scheduled to release on March 4, 2022. The film stars Pattinson and Kravitz, along with Paul Dano, Jeffrey Wright, John Turturro, Peter Sarsgaard, Barry Keoghan, Jayme Lawson, Andy Serkis and Colin Farrell. The plot has been kept tightly under wraps.


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