“It will not happen this year, but we are looking at 2014 because Hugh Jackman is booked until then, so we will start it up in 2014!” said Madeleine.
Madeleine then exclusively revealed that Rob is no longer going to be starring in the role of Phineas, because he is too old!
“I love Rob so much, but he is now a man!” said Madeleine. “And he was kind of a boy when we first got into this film, so we are on the hunt for a new Phineas right now, that is the piece of casting we are concerned about because Rachel Weisz is a part of the film as well. Thank you so much for asking.”
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Robert Pattinson is so beloved by “Unbound Captives” producer Madeleine Stowe that she may consider altering a character in the film’s script so that the “Twilight Saga” star can take the role.
MTV News caught up with Stowe on the Golden Globes red carpet and asked her whether there is any chance of RPattz being in the upcoming film. After all, when we last talked to Pattinson, he suggested that he might now be too old for the role.
“The character was conceptualized as an 18-year-old,” Stowe acknowledged. When asked if she would be willing to age up the role so he could still take the part, she said with a laugh, ”We might. We might just do that. We’ll see how it all falls.”
It wasn’t just the “Twilight” phenomenon that is causing Stowe to be willing to jump through hoops for Pattinson. She explained that she met him before he joined the first “Twilight” film and “fell deeply in love with him” then.
Hugh Jackman and Rachel Weisz are also currently attached to the project. In fact, Jackman recently told MTV News that it’s “one of the best scripts I’ve read in a long time.”
With Pattinson’s commitment to “Cosmopolis” over with, he seemingly has an open slate ahead of him. Stowe said that Pattinson’s decision to come onboard “Unbound Captives” is strictly in his camp.
“It’s going to be sort of up to Robert. We’re looking at 2013 [for a release date] right now,” Stowe said.
Madeleine Stowe mention Robert Pattinson and ‘Unbound Captives’, the project Rob has been linked to in the past.
Q. You are the latest example of a long list of great actresses who do their best work in years in television..
A. Something now that didn’t exist before, is that you can work in both mediums, film and television. There is no stigma. Realistically we all know how difficult it is to find film work for an actress my age. So I stopped working a long time. I focused on a project that I wrote and directed, The Unbound Captives with Hugh Jackman, Rachel Weisz and Robert Pattinson. Now, my greatest interest is the cinematic narrative, rather than being an actress but I’m having very well with Victoria [in TV series Revenge].
Here’s the Breaking Dawn – Part 1 official soundtrack cover and tracklist
01 End Tapes – By The Joy Formidable
02 Love Will Take You – By Angus & Julia Stone
03 It Will Rain – By Bruno Mars
04 Turning Page – By Sleeping At Last
05 From Now On – By The Features
06 A Thousand Years – By Christina Perri
07 Neighbors – By Theophilus London
08 I Didn’t Mean It – By The Belle Brigade
09 Sister Rosetta (2011 Version) – By Noisettes
10 Northern Lights – By Cider Sky
11 Flightless Bird, American Mouth (Wedding Version) – By Iron & Wine
12 Requiem On Water – By Imperial Mammoth
13 Cold – By Aqualung and Lucy Schwartz
14 Llovera – By Mia Maestro
15 Love Death Birth – By Carter Burwell
Bruno Mars – It Will Rain
Latest official production info on UNBOUND CAPTIVES —
HYDE PARK ENTERTAINMENT
STATUS: Spring 2012
LOCATION: New Mexico
PRODUCER: Ashok Amritraj – Gil Netter
WRITER/DIRECTOR: Madeleine Stowe
LP: Grant Hill
CAST: Hugh Jackman – Rachel Weisz – Robert Pattinson
GIL NETTER PRODUCTIONS
The year is 1860 and a turbulent America is on the brink of a civil war. The story tells the volatile, epic tale of Tom, a white frontiersman, raised Comanche and his love for May, a woman whose son and daughter are kidnapped by Indians. Their parallel lives intersect as they battle through a vast and violent landscape, bound together by their deep love and haunted pasts, their willfulness, and a relentless search to find her disappeared children.
Madeleine Stowe talked to MySanAntonio about Unbound Captives:
While at the ranch, Stowe came up with the idea to write “a large romantic Western” that was inspired, she said, by stories of the Hill Country in the late 1800s. “I heard about children who were abducted by Comanche Indians and became so acculturated that they had a hard time returning.
“Our ranch had a real history,” she added. “When I lived there, I felt a certain way about Texas that I hadn’t seen filmed yet.”
She’ll start directing The Unbound Captives next year, she said, and already has rounded up the main cast: Hugh Jackman, Rachel Weisz and Robert Pattinson.
Rob last talked about the movie with MTV in March
Nicola Peltz mentions Robert Pattinson and Unbound Captives in this interview.
Robert Pattison: Bel Ami is about a character called Georges Duroy who is a broke ex soldier in Paris in 1890. He has no drive. He’s just jealous of everything. He’s completely talentless. The only thing he does is, by accident he finds this guy in the army with a brothel and this other guy want’s to impress him so he gives him money and buys him a round and it ends up being like he’s invited the Devil into his house. He seduces his wife. He seduces all his wife’s friends. Every single influential woman he can get, he has an affair with and it ends up screwing over the entire society.
Robert Pattison: Water for Elephants is a story about a guy in 1931 whose parents both die in a car crash when he’s at Cornell University studying veterinarian science. He jumps on a train out of desperation to find something else and it ends up being this circus train. He ends up falling in love with the star attraction who’s also the wife of the ring master and all the chaos that ensues after that.
Robert Pattison: Unbound Captives: It’s a Western. It’s a sort of romantic, drama, western. My character is the son of Rachel Weisz. He get’s kidnapped by Comanches when he’s four and is raised by them. And my mother spends like 15 years or something trying to find me and when she finds me and I come back I can’t speak English anymore. I don’t recognize her and she doesn’t recognize me and I have kind of massive ADD in it as well.
Robert pattinson: I found out about Breaking Dawn being two films when the press release came out (laughs). Bill Condon, I met briefly a few weeks ago kind of by accident just before the MTV Awards in a bar. He seemed great. He seemed like a really, really nice guy. I haven’t talked to him in detail about anything but Gods and Monsters, that was an amazing movie. I think it’s going to be good. I don’t even know where we’re going to shoot it yet or anything.
Nicola Peltz spoke to Collider at the MTV Movie Awards about Unbound Captives in which she’ll be playing Robert Pattinson’s sister. The movie will also star Hugh Jackman and Rachel Weisz.
What do you have coming up after this?
PELTZ: Unbound Captives, I just got cast in it, it hasn’t started filming yet, but it’s with Rob Pattinson, Rachel Weisz and Hugh Jackman and Madeline Stowe wrote it and is gonna direct it.
And when do you think you’re gonna start filming?
PELTZ: Not sure, hopefully soon, I cannot wait to do it.
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