Thanks to RPLife for making these!!
Thanks to RPLife for making these!!
From USA Today:
Newly married Reese Witherspoon says she could learn a thing or two about fame from Water for Elephants co-star Robert Pattinson.
Did she try to give him advice? “Me?!” she gasped to USA TODAY’s Andrea Mandell via phone. “If anything I’d probably be asking his advice. He has, like, military tactics to avoid paparazzi. It’s pretty incredible the operations that go on.”
In the film (a tan!) R-Patz takes a break from hunky vampire Edward Cullen to join the Water for Elephants’ 1930s-set circus. And while Reese says her kids are still too young for Twilight, the age range of fans camping out by the Water for Elephants set was unbelievable. “I’ve worked with a lot of people but I’ve never seen the amount of attention or paparazzi or just fans camped out on the edge of the set ever in my whole life,” she says. “There’d be little, little girls camped out, 7-year-olds with their parents at 4 o’clock in the morning. Five o’clock in the morning we’d pull off of set – I was bleary eyed and there’d be 10 women waiting on the roof of their cars just trying to see him.”
Robert Pattinson is in April issue of the Russian Vogue magazine
Are you going to the Water for Elephants Premiere in NYC? Well Gretchen has set up a great Remember Me tour for Saturday the 16th if you’re in town. We’ll most likely be with them as well as Patti from An Unofficial Remember Me Site. It’s a great chance to visit some of the filming locations from the movie. You must RSVP here for the tour. We had made a post about some of these locations which you can check out here. Well update you as soon as we get more info!
From her site:
This is a casual walking tour of the Remember Me fans. Gretchen/Twilidiot will be moving straight through the schedule. You may want to spend more time at many of the sites, or see great shopping along the way, but please plan to come back at a later time if you want to stay with the group.
You can meet us at either the Pearl Street Diner at 9:00 a.m. or in the main lobby of the New York Hilton at 8:00 a.m. (1335 Avenue of the Americas). The Hilton is near the Ziegfeld Theater and where many of theWater for Elephants premiere fans will be staying.
Here is our route and very approximate times:
A detailed map, photos and a very exact exit strategy for each subway station will be posted soon.
Some people in the media were at an advanced screening of Water for Elephants last night. Here are their tweets:
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Reese Witherspoon talks about Rob at 3:35
Francis Lawrence talks about Rob at 1:54
Sara Gruen talks about the cast at 1:10
Here’s a video with 8 clips from “Water for Elephants” . 7 clips are new.
On Youtube. If the video doesn’t work, watch directly on Youtube here
Here’ s a new behind the scenes video and interview with ET
Robert Pattinson and Reese Witherspoon find forbidden love under the big top in their new period drama ‘Water for Elephants,’ and Reese says the film is “full of peril and drama and danger and love and romance.”
“It’s that kind of romance that is about second chances,” explains Reese. “Sometimes you can be in your life and sort of trapped in a circumstance that you just can’t get out of, and one day someone comes along and throws you a rope and you have an opportunity at a new life.”
Based on the best-selling novel by Sara Gruen, ‘Water for Elephants’ follows an elderly man (Hal Holbrook) reminiscing about his days working as an animal caretaker at a circus. A young veterinary school student (Robert) witnessing the beauty and brutality of life under the big top, he falls for Marlena (Reese), the captivating star performer, and suffers the wrath of her charismatic but dangerous husband, August (Christoph Waltz).
“He falls in love with her at first sight,” says Robert of his character. “She just seems kind of magical to him, and she doesn’t see herself as that at all. She sees herself as just like a work horse, that’s it, and thinks there’s no fantasy in life and all, and he just refuses to see her as anything else other than this complete fantasy figure.”