Short video of Rob entering the theater in Sydney:
Archive for the ‘Water for Elephants’ Category
Here’s a flashback pic post of Robert Pattinson on the set of Water for Elephants.
Here’s an amazing WFE wallpaper made by Jules
Robert Pattinson ranks 4th with a $31.70 return for every dollar he is paid. Pattinson’s other movies this year, Bel Ami and Cosmopolis, weren’t released in enough theaters to count for this list. TheTwilight films have grossed $3.3 billion at the global box office and the final film, Breaking Dawn Part 2, is still in theaters. The only other film we looking at for Pattinson was Water for Elephants which grossed $118 million at the global box office on a $38 million budget.
To compile our list, we used data on actors’ earnings gathered for our Celebrity 100 list. Box office grosses and budget estimates are from Box Office Mojo. We looked at the last three films each actor starred in over the last three years that opened in more than 2,000 theaters, calculating the return on investment for the studios who pay his (or her) salary. We didn’t count movies where the actor was in a supporting or large ensemble role and we didn’t count animated movies. The actors who score well on this list tend to have small paydays and star in highly profitable movies.
This interview is featured in ‘Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart & Taylor Lautner – In Their Own Words’, that contains interviews dating from 2008. Here’s the newest one with lots of new quotes. Rob talks ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2′, The Twilight Saga, 50 Shades of Grey, fame and success.
Looking extremely casual in an old t-shirt, baseball cap, faded jeans and a little unshaven, Pattinson, 26, looks happy and relaxed to have the movie that changed his life behind him. He talks a little of what’s to come post-Twilight, as well as addressing the rumours about him playing the lead in the film adaptation of 50 Shades of Grey. He will next star in David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis.
Q: So now that it’s finally over, let’s go back. What was the most touching moment for you in the movie, including the one we haven’t seen yet?
Out of the whole series?
Q: Yeah, what touched you the most and the hardest one?
Probably that a bit in the first one, just when Bella is in the hospital, and she says, ‘Don’t ever leave me again,’ and I say, ‘Where am I going to go?’ or something like that. I still think that’s kind of my favorite scene in it mainly because it was so different what happened after it, and we made up the lines there and that’s how different the shoot was. Like every movie afterwards, the idea of making up lines, is kind of just unheard of and so I loved that bit. But the hardest was probably the birth scene in the first part of this one mainly because it was hilarious, and it was supposed to be really serious. (laughs) And there was one shot where we had to look directly into the camera, and I was crying with laughter, and I’d have to go down and chew the baby out and I would like, I was stopping tears from coming out of my eyes, and it looks like I’m crying in the thing. And I’m not supposed to be able to cry as a vampire and I’m like crying in the scene but I was laughing.
Here’s a flashback pic post of Robert Pattinson in Water for Elephants.
Here’s a great new fanmade video of Robert Pattinson in Water for Elephants by verenajj: