Archive for June 22, 2011
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It must have been the biggest set you’ve worked on…
Well, I can’t imagine a film that’s generated that sort of response. It’s funny thinking that regardless of what work I do in the future, I know that I’ll never be a part of something that generates that particular type of response – it was really unique. It’s a credit to Stephenie Meyer, Robert [Pattinson] and Kristen [Stewart], and the rest of the cast, to capture something that is contagious and exciting and build that world in a way that’s compelling. I was really happy to have been a part of it… and just held on tight.
Did you spend much time with Rob and Kristen?
Yeah, it wasn’t like a closed shop. Even though that was a fear – well, not a fear, but you’re kind of hesitant on any job that you’ll into a situation where people have already established their dynamic and their own family. And to be an outsider walking into that – and also playing the bad guy! – you think ‘How’s this going to go down?’ But I couldn’t have been welcomed in warmer fashion. We went out to dinners and there was a really organic camaraderie that developed.
Updates from the Official ‘Cosmopolis’ Movie Site:
“COSMOPOLIS’ set has been visited by some of the major stars of today’s film industry. Besides Twilight Saga’s idol, Robert Pattinson, who took Eric Packer’s role in the highly sought-for David Cronenberg’s new project, also Sarah Gadon and Kevin Durand have been at the set, based in Toronto.
Internationally acclaimed French actress Juliette Binoche has already embodied Didi Fincher, her character on this adaptation of Don DeLillo’s novel. For this Oscar winner actress this was her first film David Cronenberg’s project.
Samantha Morton, two times Academy Award nominee, is already workingwith the “Crash” director, in Toronto. The British actress who plays Vija Kinski, Eric Packer’s Chief of Theory, already confessed she is “a huge fan” of David Cronenberg’s work.
Soon, French actor and director Mathieu Amalric will take part in COSMOPOLIS’ shooting and play Andre Petrescu.
Somali-canadian poet and rapper K’naan also got involved in COSMOPOLIS and will have a special appearance in the film. This multiple Juno Award winner is the last addition to one of the most exciting film of the year.
These were posted in MQ, now here they are in HQ thanks to Setje at Pattinsonlife
According to the WFE UK Facebook page, the release date for the WFE DVD moved up from September 26th to September 5th
(Unconfirmed) Water For Elephants DVD Extras:
- 8m 49s:The Travelling Show – From The Page To The Screen
- 8m47s: The Star Attraction
- 15m0s: Raising The Tent
- 2m26s: Feature Performer – Reese Witherspoon
- 21m24s: Woring Without A Net: Visual Effects of Water For Elephants
- 3m44s: The Menagerie
- 11m33s: Secrets Of The Big Top
- 3m46s: Robert Pattinson Spotlight
Also expected is movie commentary with Director Francis Lawrence & Richard LaGravenese.
*These are only the ones we know so far. Fingers still crossed for Rob & Reese commentary. Will update when we get more info*
I’m posting this for Marie, also known as FP: creator and owner of Thinking of Rob. She’s going through a rough time and she deserves some credit and extra love sent her way. Marie is an incredibly sweet and caring person who has done so much for Rob fans. She’s been working incredibly hard for more then two years on ToR (and paid a lot for it to keep it going) and is going through some rough times privately. We just want to thank her for all the hard work she’s been doing and thank her for making ToR such an amazing place for all us fans. Just know that you’re not alone and we’re always here for you Marie. Send her some love and thoughts guys. She’s going on vacation tomorrow so leave your messages in the comments here. We love you Marie.
Robert Pattinson (and Taylor) Mentioned in Celebrate Summer Solstice With Our Shirtless Guide To 2011 Cinema
Movie: “Breaking Dawn: Part 1″
Release date: November 18
Eye candy: Taylor Lautner, Robert Pattinson, the Wolfpack
Shirtless anticipation meter: Normally we’re all about six-pack abs and pulsing pecs, but can we all agree that come autumn, traps and delts will be the muscles to make us melt? Rob’s perfectly chiseled back flexing as he rips apart that headboard? Oof! 10/10