Archive for March 8, 2010

Moviefone's Interview With Robert Pattinson   1 comment

Twilight Britney Fan Via RP Life

HQ Pics of Robert Pattinson on Jimmy Fallon and on The Today Show   1 comment

Here are some HQ Pics of Robert Pattinson on Jimmy Fallon and on The Today Show.

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Posted March 8, 2010 by justfp in Robert Pattinson

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E! Interviews Rob and Video: 'Remember Me' Costars at the NYC Premiere   Leave a comment

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2 New Pics of Robert Pattinson on the Set of Bel Ami   4 comments

Here are 2 new pics of Rob on the set of Bel Ami.

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Robert Pattinson, Pierce Brosnan and Remember Me Mentioned in The Boston Herald   1 comment

For the full article on Pierce click here.

For Brosnan this Hitchcockian sure to be hit is just the start.  I’ve seen “Remember Me” which opens on the 12th and he’s every bit as accomplished and memorable as the rich lawyer/divorced father of Robert Pattinson’s troubled son.  There’s a boardroom encounter between the two that is all snap, crackle and a huge Pop!  You’ll remember it well.

“Remember Me” is a cross between “Love Story” with Pattinson the rich collegiate in love with the cop’s daughter played by Emilie de Ravin and “East of Eden,” where Pattinson’s son is unabashed in his emotional turmoil and desperate to forge a link with his father.  Boldly melodramatic, “Remember Me,” directed by Allen Coulter from a debut screenplay by U. of Delaware grad Will Fetters, is impeccably played by a cast that includes Oscar winner Chris Cooper as de Ravin’s widower dad, Lena Olin as Pattinson’s remarried mother, Kate Burton as Brosnan’s devoted assistant and an amazing child named Ruby Jerins as Pattinson’s baby sister.  It’s going to cause many people to reconsider Pattinson.

Source: Boston Herald via Pattinson Life

Video: Jimmy Kimmel Discusses if Robert Pattinson is Handsome on "Handsome Men's Club"   1 comment

The Rob mention is at 1:14

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UK Premiere of Remember Me on March 17th?   Leave a comment

Heatworld and Asos just set competitions to give away tickets to the UK Premiere of Remember Me.

According information from Asos:

In his first major role outside of the Twilight saga, Robert Pattinson will join his fellow co-stars in London on Wednesday 17th March for the UK premiere of Remember Me – and we’ve got a super-exclusive pair of tickets to giveaway! The winner and a friend will join the stars and special guests on the red carpet, before seeing the first UK screening of the film.

And from Heatworld

We have FIVE pairs of tickets to give away to the premiere of Robert Pattinson’s new movie Remember Me, taking place at the Odeon Leicester Square on Wednesday 17 March.

Remember Me is the story of Tyler (Robert Pattinson) is a rebellious young man living in New York City who has lost his way ever since a family tragedy. After meeting kindred spirit Ally (Emilie de Ravin) through an unusual twist of fate, life begins to look much better but the circumstances that brought them together threaten to tear them apart. An unforgettable love story, Remember Me is directed by Allan Coulter (Hollywoodland) and also stars Pierce Brosnan, Academy Award® winner Chris Cooper (Adaptation), Academy Award® nominee Lena Olin (Chocolat) and introduces Ruby Jerins (Nurse Jackie).

Remember Me will be released in cinemas across the UK & Ireland on April 2, 2010.

To information in how win the tickets, check the two competitions: Heatworld and Asos


Posted March 8, 2010 by natalienw in Remember Me, Robert Pattinson

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4 Days Until Remember Me Fanmade Art Countdown — Wallpaper   Leave a comment

For day 4 of our Remember Me fanmade art countdown here’s a great wallpaper made by DreamySim1

Emilie De Ravin Speaks About Robert Pattinson With Teen Hollywood   Leave a comment

TeenHollywood: Okay, obvious question. How did you like working with “the heartthrob”?

Emilie (laughs): Is that his new name? It was great, we get along really well, had a really fun time, also just sort of shared the same amount of passion for this film and everything felt very natural and unforced. On set, we spend a lot of time beforehand and during just going through the lines and talking about the characters and maybe things we hadn’t noticed and talking and developing a relationship, and also just getting to know each other as people, so it was that comfort level too, which I think helps a lot.

On set it didn’t feel ever like we were actually reading a scene, it just felt like we were talking and I was listening to him, and observing and reacting however Ally would, so that was pretty cool and doesn’t really happen a lot.

TeenHollywood: You mentioned paparazzi and barricades. You are an established actress with plenty of fans of your own but how does it feel to be suddenly thrust into the spotlight when your leading man is one of the most popular young male stars today?

Emilie: I don’t know, in general I’m just really just excited about this film and passionate about it, so I guess whatever comes with that is good. It’s nice to be promoting something that I genuinely love.

TeenHollywood: And the love scenes…..?

Emilie: Ah, yes. Me and Zeus

TeenHollywood: There had to be screaming, fainting female fans around.

Emilie: Really, fainting? So they have to have medics at the theatres now? That’s hilarious. As I was saying before, everything with us in every way was just very natural and calm, partially obviously to do with us getting along and we worked on things and just had a very good comfort level.

But, also our director Allen (Coulter) kept everything just so together and calm and you always felt comfortable. He did an amazing job on the film, but also just an amazing job interacting with people, and talking to people and letting everyone know what’s going on, and taking that time if you wanted to talk about a scene, nothing was like, ‘Oh, no time for that,’ There was always time.

TeenHollywood: Both you and Rob were dealing with the issue of violence in this film. Coming into the project, did you feel that the lasting impression this role has left on you (is violence)?

Emilie: Well, Ally’s attitude is just really not being fearful of life and no matter what’s happened you can’t change the past. Not to forget the past, but not to live in the past. And I think she learns this even more through Tyler in that respect. I think she already had the attitude of living every day to its fullest and really appreciated life and she was stepping back and realizing and loving the people around her.

So I guess that’s left an impression on me. Life these days is so go-go-go-go-go, I think a lot of us forget to stop for a second and just appreciate the people around you, your loved ones, and just life.

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The Hollywood Reporter Reviews Remember Me *MAJOR SPOILERS*   Leave a comment


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