Still of Robert Pattinson and Reese Witherspoon.
Archive for April 16, 2011
Here’s a new Robert Pattinson interview with Boston Globe
From Boston Globe
LOS ANGELES — The pert blonde in the headset peeks into the airless basement conference room. “Rob will be here in five minutes,’’ she says, flashing a smile.
The Rob to whom she refers is Robert Pattinson, the 24-year-old British actor whose penetrating gaze and masterfully moussed hair have helped propel the “Twilight’’ films into a $1.8 billion franchise — with two installments still to be released. Teenage girls around the globe fill Tumblr pages with testimonies to his hotness. Paparazzi stalk him tirelessly, mouths watering. Perimenopausal women, old enough to be his mother, dare to dream.
Sérgio Sá Leitão, President of RioFilme, tweeted about the first Breaking Dawn trailer and the Brazilian Premiere. Not really breaking news.
The first official Breaking Dawn trailer will be exclusively released by MTV during the MTV Movie Awards 2011 in June. And right after on MTV’s site.
The Breaking Dawn promotion in Brazil, by Paris Filmes (Brazilian distributor), will be the biggest ever made for a movie in the Brazilian market.
And the premiere is confirmed. Still no date. No details.
Robert Pattinson talks about his ‘secret’, by Ruben V. Nepales
LOS ANGELES—“It’s a secret,” said Robert Pattinson, breaking into laughter. He was just asked to talk some more about the script he is supposedly writing, based on a novel by Lillian Hellmann, as disclosed in a Vanity Fair cover story on the actor by Nancy Jo Sales.
More after the jump
Scans and translation of Robert Pattinson, Water For Elephants, interview in Finnish Episodi Magazine.
Here are some HQ scans & translation sent to us by Ursula from M Entertainment Magazine in Austria Featuring Robert Pattinson and Water for Elephants | Click to make big
This sunday the show ‘In Development’ will air on Fox Movie Channel and will be all about Water for Elephants. So tune in at 7:30 pm ET / 4:30 pm PT
Robert Pattinson is a vampire. He may be a London-born model, actor and musician. He may have been named one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World last year. But to most of the general public, he is a pale, brooding, blood-sucking denizen of the netherworld who is in love with one human girl and has millions of others swooning.
For most vampires, there is no hope of ever hanging up the fangs. It has something to do with fate and doom and whatnot. But in Pattinson’s case, there could be a light at the end of the “Twilight” tunnel.
Pattinson’s turns as Edward Cullen in the film adaptations of the Stephenie Meyer “Twilight” series of novels has made him wealthy (a reported $27.5 million in 2010 alone) and famous. Now comes the hard part: Establishing himself as a respected thespian beyond his signature role as the toothy blood-sipper. Next he stars opposite Reese Witherspoon in the Depression-era circus drama “Water for Elephants,” which opens March 22.