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Tom Felton Mentions Robert Pattinson   Leave a comment

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Tom Felton, the villianous Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter movies, can’t avoid it.

All anyone wants to know about these days is what was it was like to work with Robert Pattinson when he played Cedric Diggory in two Potter flicks.

“Obviously, we met a few times and had the old chat, but I don’t recall going that deep with him,” Felton admits from New York City, where he’s promoting the DVD release of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. “He was tremendously professional on-set and a great laugh.”

But best of all, Felton says, Pattinson’s Twilight success is “proof that there’s life after Harry Potter.”

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Black & White pics of Robert Pattinson at the Premiere of New Moon in LA   Leave a comment

Here are the black & white versions of the pics of Robert Pattinson at the Premiere of New Moon we just posted.

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New pics of Robert Pattinson at the Premiere of New Moon in LA   Leave a comment

Here are some new pics of Robert Pattinson at the Premiere of New Moon in LA.

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Posted December 9, 2009 by gittsy in New Moon, Robert Pattinson

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Update: Fans Fight Back – He Doesn't Want This Neither Do We   Leave a comment

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Due to the amazing response we’ve received from this campaign we are moving the campaing out of ToR and onto it’s own website. You can find the new site here. We will no longer be posting updates from the campaign on ToR, but we will be posting them on the new site. We will be posting campaign updates on the Twitter for Thinking of Rob here and the Thinking of Rob Facebook page here.

As for ToR we will continue to do our thing like we used to do, posting updates, pics, black & whites, etc… Business as usual :).

If you want to send pics for the campaign send them to the new addresse which is hedoesntwantthis@hotmail.com

Black & White version of the new/old Vanity Fair Outtake   Leave a comment

After a few couple of intense days here at ToR we’ll try to get back to business as usual. I haven’t had time to make many black & white pics lately but here is the black & white version of the pic of Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart from Vanity Fair.

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Travis Clark of "We the Kings" Speaks About Robert Pattinson   Leave a comment

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You’re a big fan of Twilight, which is only slightly embarrassing, I suppose.

That is my guilty pleasure, for sure.

Are you a fan of the books, the movie, or both?

I’m actually a fan of both. A lot of my friends who just liked the books thought the movie skewered everything that the book had led up to. But I liked both. You’ll hardly ever find a movie that I won’t like.

Do you have high hopes for New Moon?

I do, I do. I got to meet Robert Pattinson when I was in New York City. He stopped by the studio, and he seems like a really cool dude. I told him I was a fan, it was my guilty pleasure, and he laughed. And Kristen Stewart, we’ve known for a little bit. If anything, just to support those friends would be very cool. I can use that as my cop-out: “Why are you going to see that?” “Eh, my friends are in it; I want to go check it out.” But really, deep down inside, I’m so stoked for it.

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Posted December 9, 2009 by gittsy in Robert Pattinson

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Eclipse Will Also Premiere In Imax Theaters   1 comment

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If you thought the stars of the “Twilight franchise — you know, like Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Launter — were already larger than life, than you thought wrong. Now the holy trinity of teenage fandom will appear bigger than you’d ever imagined come June 30, 2010 when the third film in the saga, “Eclipse,” gets released in regular theaters and in IMAX ones, according to the official “Twilight” twitter page.

Just a little technological lesson for you, Crushers (uh, thanks to Wikipedia): The aim of of IMAX “is to dramatically increase the resolution of the image by using a much larger film frame.” This means that not only will you get to see the upped ante of the third movie (read: action and lots of it), but you’ll also now get to view director David Slade’s work in a crisper picture and on a ginormous screen. Heck, it will probably make you feel like you can reach out and touch Edward. Now if only we could find a way to make that happen in real life, too …

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New Robert Pattinson Wallpaper   Leave a comment

Another wonderful wallpaper made by DreamySim1. Visit her blog here to check out all the other amazing wallpapers she’s made. She even has iPhone wallpapers.

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Rob Pattinson in Brazilian Marie Claire   Leave a comment

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Robert Pattinson: Impossible to Avoid, Impossible to dislike

By Mariane Morisawa (Translated by ViviLitt )

“New Moon”, the second part of the saga “Twilight”, hits theaters around the world on Friday (20). You may think: “Forget it, this is for teenagers”. But you will not be able to escape the wave that will sweep the planet. And I suspect – actually, I know – that a lot of women (in their 20’s, 30’s, 40’s …) love the series written by Stephenie Meyer. Plus, they love Robert Pattinson, the actor who plays the vampire Edward Cullen.

I did not understand why so much confusion, until I watched, way later than most, the first film (about two months ago). As a movie, “Twilight” is really bad. Neither the special effects and makeup are good, something serious in a production about vampires. But it was easy to understand why the fever. Edward Cullen is a romantic vampire, without that extreme self-confidence that these beings often have. He falls for awkward teen Bella (the equally awkward Kristen Stewart). He really fears, however, not being able to resist his impulses and hurt her. Worse, he fears that she is hurt by any of the other vampires. The parallel between blood and sex is explicit here. But this makes him a dream lover of any teenager.

That’s not all. Everyone, especially those of males, may speak ill of Robert Pattinson. ‘He does not take a bath’. ‘He looks like a drunk’. The truth is, however, that it has been a long time, probably since Leonardo DiCaprio, that did not appear a guy with such a hearthrob vibe. And what’s wrong with that? The film industry needs it. Robert Pattinson sells. Hence the cover of Vanity Fair, a magazine that is far from being for teenagers. Hence the cover of Entertainment Weekly, the bible of the entertainment.

Intrigued, I began to look for and read the interviews of the 23 year old boy. And you know what? You cannot NOT like Robert Pattinson. First, let’s agree that the boy is a little young (certainly too young for my taste) but really handsome – take a look at the photoshoot made by Bruce Weber for Vanity Fair and disagree if you can.

Second, he exudes great sincerity and no arrogance, so typical of youngsters who start to be successful. On the contrary, he does not take himself seriously, making fun of himself. “It sounds silly, but in many ways my hair is 75% of my performance,” he told Entertainment Weekly that hit newsstands in the U.S. last Friday (13). Other than that, thinks that he is to blame, for not coping well with the harassment – that is so intense that he can not even leave the hotel room. “I’m not the kind of guy fit to be on a movie franchise. I don’t like crowds” he said to Vanity Fair.
And he seems to want to be a real actor. Such that he has chosen more alternative projects, like the western directed by actress Madeleine Stowe ( “Unbound Captives”) and a romantic drama with Emilie de Ravin ( “Remember Me”). For all that, you can say with ease that he has far more qualities that 90% of 23 years actors out there. So, leave the boy alone.

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Posted December 9, 2009 by Sparks in Robert Pattinson

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Brazilian Remember Me Poster   Leave a comment

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