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This was posted earlier but now it’s in HQ
Water for Elephants still with Robert Pattinson. Believe this is new as dont remember seeing it before.
The Official Water for Elephants Facebook announced the Water for Elephants US release date – November 1st
Marisa Quintanilla , who plays Huilenin Breaking Dawn – Part 2, talks about Rob in an interview with The Monitor
She worked directly with Robert Pattinson (Edward) and Kristin Stewart (Bella).
“It was surprisingly amazing and easy and just so easy, breezy, cool and casual,” she said. “They had no attitude; everybody on the set was just kind, generous and in a way that I was just really taken aback by because these people are so famous.”
In spite of how some media paint Stewart out to be a snob, she was anything but, Quintanilla said.
“She was just the sweetest thing. She was really nice and shy, if anything,” she said. “She’s so much like (her) character: shy, a little awkward – in the cutest, most endearing kind of way.”
And Quintanilla had nothing but praise for Pattinson, too.
“Rob, as well, (was) just so nice and soft-spoken. Neither of them is ever loud or getting all the attention or anything like that on set,” Quintanilla said. “They’re just really quiet and do their job and nice to everyone.”
Read the rest of the interview here
Here are few scans of Rob, Breaking Dawn and WFE in various magazines
Corazon de Vampiro
An old LQ Water for Elephants Still featuring Robert Pattinson and Reese Witherspoon, now in HQ.
Christina Ricci mentioned Rob and ‘Bel Ami’ in a new interview with Modern Luxury Dallas.
As she heads into the fall, Ricci is already generating buzz for her role in another period piece, Bel Ami (at press time, it’s yet to be picked up for distribution) in which she, Uma Thurman and Kristin Scott Thomas get to take turns being entranced by Robert Pattinson. “He’s great; he’s really an awesome guy. I had a lot of fun working with him,” says Ricci. She goes to say that, despite captivating legions of teenage girls everywhere (along with most of their mothers), Pattinson maintains a respectable on-set ethic. “He’s so professional,” she continues. “He comes to set with no expectations or attitude. None of those things you worry someone of his level of fame is going to have.”