Some random black and white pics of Robert Pattinson.
Archive for August 6, 2010
According to ET Online Rob will be Presenting at the Teen Choice Awards.
“Teen Choice 2010? will celebrate the hottest teen icons in film, television, music, sports and fashion, as voted by fans at http://www.teenchoiceawards.com. You can still vote today!
To name just a few of the presenters: Taylor Lautner, Jane Lynch, Channing Tatum, Ellen DeGeneres, Kristen Bell, Zac Efron, Khloe Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Zachary Levi, Leighton Meester, Jim Parsons, and Robert Pattinson.
“Teen Choice 2010″ airs Monday, Aug. 9 at 8 p.m. on FOX.
Protagonist Pictures’ reply:
There’s no distributor attached to the film in the US as yet so therefore no release date. No confirmation on the UK yet either I’m afraid – we’ll post this info on our website as soon as there is a definite date. I think the ETA on Total Film is purely speculative at this stage.
These have been posted before but here they are untagged and in better quality.
On the new Rob Pattinson and Taylor Lautner…
I think both of our guys are going to give Taylor and Rob a run for their money. I think Matt [Lanter] is going to give Rob Pattinson a run for his money. Chris [Riggi] looks great as a werewolf too. He has worked so hard to look as amazing as he does.
Read the rest of the interview here
Being pasty, mopey and filled with indescribable longing isn’t just for sparkly vampires anymore.
Twilight‘s Robert Pattinson shows off his acting chops in The Bad Mother’s Handbook, a 2007 BBC family drama in which the future Edward Cullen plays a super uncomfortable, scarf-wearing nerd—and is totally adorable at it, sigh—who begins a sweet romance with a pregnant classmate.
Hitting DVD on Aug. 24, on the heels of Eclipse, the film also stars Dr. Who‘s Catherine Tate, which adds immeasurably to its potent combination of nerd-chic and romantic angst.
You can check out some of Rob’s parts in the video below and you can pre-order The Bad Mother’s Handbook on Amazon here.
Here are untagged pics of Robert Pattinson and the Twilight cast for Teen Vogue. We’ve seen these pics before but they were tagged.
Robert Pattinson stood inches from me. Reese Witherspoon and Christoph Waltz, both Oscar winners, were only feet away. Directly in front of me, and behind the camera, sat Rodrigo Prieto, an Oscar-nominated director of photography.
I should have been completely awestruck at the level of talent that surrounded me. Yet the only thing I could truly focus on was my aching feet and legs due to the flat slippers the wardrobe department had given me to wear – and having to stand on them for hours on end.
Playing the Tall Man, a non-speaking, featured-extra role in the film “Water for Elephants” proved to be equal parts fun and exhausting.
Based on the popular book of the same name by Sara Gruen, the story is about a young man who joins a Depression-era circus. I was cast as a part of a group of sideshow performers that included a midget, Wolfboy, the Fat Lady, the Strong Man and a couple of contortionists.
My job was to be present in the background and, in some cases, right up next to the lead actors. I suppose my claim to fame was the scene in which I and a few other men physically shoved Pattinson to the front of a group of circus workers so that he could be properly “initiated” into the circus life by being sprayed with water, pelted with pies and kissed by the showgirls.
But there were other scenes, too, including one on the sleeping car of the train, another when I stood with Pattinson and a few others and watched Witherspoon cavort with an elephant.
You can read the entire article here.
Here are 12 new Robert Pattinson BlackBerry Storm Wallpapers made by Gittsy
Another poll for you guys this morning What’s your favorite Robert Pattinson Movie Look? Leave a comment to let us know and we’ll tally the totals. I didn’t add Rings of the Nibelungs as not many people have seen it.
Harry Potter – Cedric Diggory
Toby Jugg – The Haunter Airman
Daniel Gale – The Bad Mother’s Handbook
Art Freeman – How to Be
Salvador Dali – Little Ashes
The Summer House
Edward Cullen – The Twilight Saga
Tyler Hawkins – Remember Me
Georges DuRoy – Bel Ami
Jacob Jankowski – Water for Elephants