Archive for February 25, 2010

Robert Pattinson in Cosmopolitan Romania   1 comment

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Video: French 'Remember Me' Trailer   1 comment

This is different than the Quebec trailer

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Robert Pattinson to be on ‘The Daily Show with Jon Stewart’   2 comments

Late Night Lineups is reporting that Rob will apear on ‘The Daily Show With Jon Stewart’ on Comedy Central on March 2nd

Gossip Cop has confirmed that Rob will indeed be on ‘The Daily Show’.

Robert Pattinson will be on “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” on Tuesday, March 2.

Gossip Cop confirmed the booking with a representative for the show.


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Robert Pattinson in This Week's People Magazine   1 comment

Here are some scans of Rob in People Magazine.

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Robert Pattinson Speaks About His and Emilie de Ravin's Accents in "Remember Me"   3 comments

Robert Pattinson’s Aussie co-Star in the drama Movie Remember Me, Emilie de Ravin, had just four days to adopt the accent of a working class girl from New York’s Queens.

“We went to Queen’s for a little bit and tried to pick up something,” says Pattinson.

“It’s nothing like her Australian accent. Her Australian accent, I can’t even describe it, it’s just raucous…it’s the most Australian out of every-one I’ve met.”

The movie tells the story of two lovers whose newfound relationship is threatened as they try to cope with family tragedies. Melbourne actress de Ravin, 28, a star of hit TV series Lost, was cast in Remember Me because of the instant chemistry with Pattinson.

“I read with a tonne of girls for the part and watch loads of auditon tapes. She was the last person who came in,” Pattinson says.

“It’s so funny, the script is written for a Spanish girl from the Bronx, and she’s the total opposite of it. Bust she did have it, as soon as she walked into the room.

“She was just really spunky and she had a real hard-core attitude about her.”

Pattinson has another Australian link through Kristen Stewart,19,who plays his girlfriend Bella in Twilight and is rumoured to be his off-screen sweetheart.

“I talk to her mum about Australia. Her mum’s really,really into Australia,” Pattinson says.

Written by David Murry

Remember Me is out March 11

Source: The Advertiser Thursday,Febuary 25,2010, The hit liftout, page 03

Scan and transprict thanks to jess_not_ie at Pattinsonlife

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Robert Pattinson Nominated for Best Actor in Empire Film Awards   1 comment

The first round of voting for the 2010 Jameson Empire Awards is now complete. We’ve sifted through the virtual sacks of entries and assembled the shortlist of finalists who will be waiting with baited breath on the night itself. It’s not over yet, though. With the gold in sight there’s still time to cast your vote and see your pick of the year’s films and filmmakers lauded on Awards night. Let the final round of voting commence!

Voting ends 10th March

Best Actor Nominations

Sir Michael Caine (Harry Brown)

Christoph Waltz (Inglourious Basterds)

Robert Pattinson (New Moon)

Sam Worthington (Avatar)

Robert Downey Jr. (Sherlock Holmes)


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15 Days Until Remember Me Fanmade Art Countdown — Twitter Backgrounds   Leave a comment

For day 15 of our Remember Me fanmade art countdown here are 3 great Twitter backgrounds made by _iwry_.

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Bay Area Reporter Reviews 'Little Ashes' (Contains Spoilers)   8 comments

Federico Garcia Lorca (1898-1936) was Spain’s most acclaimed playwright (Blood Wedding, Yerma, The House of Bernardo Alba ) and poet of the 20th century. He was also openly gay and a vocal opponent of Francisco Franco’s Fascist forces during the Spanish Civil War. Consequently, he was killed by Fascist soldiers. Last year, director Paul Morrison, working from a screenplay by Philippa Goslett, released Little Ashes, an exquisite drama that focuses on Garcia Lorca’s relationship with the Catalan surrealist painter Salvador Dali. It has just been released in DVD.

The film begins in 1922, as Garcia Lorca (Javier Beltran) and Luis Bunuel (Matthew McNulty) arrive at a Madrid art school. They are soon joined by the eccentrically dressed  Dali (Robert Pattinson). Art – cinema (Bunuel), literature (Garcia Lorca), or painting (Dali) – consumes them. So does their friendship. Bunuel is intensely homophobic, perhaps because he is subconsciously attracted to one or both of his companions. One night, seeing two gay men together, he shouts that maricones (“faggots”) should be shot.

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