Archive for March 12, 2010

The Cast of 'Remember Me' Talk about working with Rob Pattinson   1 comment

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Here’s another video of Rob talking about Emilie de Ravin

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Posted March 12, 2010 by gabby in Remember Me, Robert Pattinson

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Robert Pattinson in NewsDay – Scans   Leave a comment

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Posted March 12, 2010 by natalienw in Remember Me, Robert Pattinson

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Maclean's Article on Robert Pattinson and Remember Me ***SPOILERS***   Leave a comment

Robert Pattinson, the smouldering star of the Twilight franchise, is the most besieged heartthrob on the planet, and you can’t blame him for being embarrassed by the adulation. He acts as if he’s been confused with someone else—which is true, in the sense that his fans seem to have him hopelessly mixed up with his Byronic character, the vampire Edward Cullen. He can’t leave his hotel room without being mobbed by teenage girls. Last week, when he showed up for a taping of The Daily Show, the screams from the teenage audience reduced Jon Stewart’s high altar of smart satire into The Ed Sullivan Show waylaid by Beatlemania. Which Pattinson seemed to find no less ludicrous than his host. But the more he sloughs off the attention with that twitchy, self-deprecating English charm, the more charismatic he seems. He’s Hugh Grant trapped in the body of a young Brando.

In an age of carefully groomed celebrity, Pattinson is a rare thing: the self-effacing superstar. The 23-year-old actor has good reason to feel sheepish. All we’ve seen him do is pose as an oddly chivalrous vampire in a couple of jejune vampire movies. There’s no denying his screen presence, and it looks like there may be a pretty good actor lurking behind the pretty face. But as his fame outstrips his work, he must feel pressure to prove it.

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Posted March 12, 2010 by justfp in Remember Me, Robert Pattinson

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Showbiz's Interview With Robert Pattinson – Rob Talks About Water for Elephants   Leave a comment

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I'm a Huge Fan: Robert Pattinson and Remember Me Exclusive Interview!   Leave a comment

Remember Me is finally out today and here’s our last installment of I’m a Huge Fan: Robert Pattinson! Our winner Tracy has been amazing ever since she first heard the huge news and here’s a peek into her big day. She was surprised with a complete red carpet makeover! Tracy was styled head-to-toe in H&M’s new Garden Collection (which isn’t available in stores until March 25!), had her hair done by the Sally Hershberger Salon dream team of Rodrigo Padilla and Erin Bogart, and her flawless makeup was achieved by Benefit’s global trend artist Maggie Ford Danielson— so clearly she looked incredible! Then, it was time to hit the red carpet and interview Robert Pattinson and the rest of the cast. Watch her exclusive Robert interview here and see the whole series as well!

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MovieWeb's Exclusive Interview with the Cast of Remember Me and Robert Pattinson   Leave a comment

Robert Pattinson steps out of his Twilight character with a fiery performance as the angst-ridden Tyler Hawkins in Remember Me. Grieving over his brother’s suicide and furious at his father’s (Pierce Brosnan) distance, Tyler finds true love with Ally (Emilie de Ravin). She’s equally wounded by the murder of her mother and control of her policeman father (Chris Cooper). Written by Will Fetters and directed by TV veteran Allen Coulter, Remember Me is an emotional rollercoaster. To watch our exclusive video featurette with interviews from Robert Pattinson, Emilie de Ravin, Pierce Brosnan, Chris Cooper, Allen Coulter, and Will Fetters, click on the clip below:


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In the romantic drama
Remember Me, Robert Pattinson plays Tyler, a rebellious young man in New York City who has a strained relationship with his father (Pierce Brosnan) ever since tragedy separated their family. Tyler didn’t think anyone could possibly understand what he was going through until the day he met Ally (Emilie de Ravin) through an unusual twist of fate. Love was the last thing on his mind, but as her spirit unexpectedly heals and inspires him, he begins to fall for her. Through their love, he begins to find happiness and meaning in his life. But soon, hidden secrets are revealed, and the circumstances that brought them together slowly threaten to tear them apart. Remember Me is an unforgettable story about the power of love, the strength of family, and the importance of living passionately and treasuring every day of one’s life. Directed by Allen Coulter and starring Robert Pattinson, Emilie de Ravin, Chris Cooper, Lena Olin, and Pierce Brosnan, Remember Me opens March 12th, 2010.

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Film Review Online's Interview With Robert Pattinson at the Remember Me Press Junket   Leave a comment

Pattinson, who became a superstar as vampire Edward Cullen in the Twilight franchise, spoke of his role as Tyler and the movie at the press junket for the film in New York City.

Do people judge your work differently after the Twilight films?
Yeah, I think people do judge things differently after the Twilight films; they view it differently, but there’s nothing you can really do about that. I do take that into account more now than I used to. Doing the (Salvador) Dali movie (Little Ashes), when I was doing it, I didn’t think anyone was ever going to see it. It’s a very different place to be at when you think you’re making a movie which nobody is going to see; you’re not afraid to experiment with things.

We’re dealing with random violence in this film. Was there something from your own past that you could bring?
No. It was more about the reactions after (the random violence). The way he dealt with random events. Little bits were cut out of it but I remember after the first fight with Chris Cooper’s character, his mother was saying, ‘You need to sue the police force,’ and I was like, ‘For what?’ He doesn’t really care. ‘Well, at least, get an apology,’ and I was like, ‘I don’t think you can sue the police force for an apology.’

It was kind of this blasé attitude, even when it’s been him who’s been the one who is harmed. I always related to that. Looking back into the past and bearing grudges, I don’t really do that. The way that his violence comes out as well, it’s illogical. It’s not against really legitimate targets. I kind of relate to that. When you have a spasm of rage it goes, almost inevitably, to the complete wrong target and it causes you more problems. So, it’s better to keep it chained up all the time.

A lot of that anger goes against Tyler’s dad, played by Pierce Brosnan. What was it like acting with him? And is your relationship with your own dad, anything like that?

(he laughs) I think my relationship with my dad is the opposite. With Pierce, the part was written as much more controlling. He was incredibly arrogant in the script. And, Pierce seems like a really nice guy and he read the character as, he’s not a horrible man. He’s not a monster, and that completely changed what Tyler’s relationship is with him. You’re looking at a guy where you know the audience is going to be thinking, ‘He’s all right,’ which is kind of interesting.

This guy Tyler is rebelling against nothing. He is attacking (his father) because he knows he can be attacked and he’s going to keep standing afterwards.

Pierce was great. I had no idea who they were going to cast in that part and when (they told me) I was like, ‘That’s a tough act to follow’. But I think he was perfect for it.

Did you enjoy your fight scenes; acting with fists not words?
Yeah. I loved it. It’s completely different. I never do stuff like that in reality so it’s quite cathartic in a lot of ways.

Was it daunting working with Chris Cooper as Ally’s tough dad?
Yeah, I don’t know how I’d feel if I really had any fighting back to do. I was continually beaten up by him (he laughs). But, yeah, it was quite daunting. It’s very hard being strangled. It’s really difficult to look like it’s actually happening, because if you’re being strangled nothing really happens. You just stand there.
I was experimenting with myself just before we shot it. I don’t really know what the face is to represent being strangled.

Have you been in a fight before?
Well, I’ve been beaten up a few times. I was a bit of an idiot when I was younger, but it was always unprovoked, in my eyes anyway. It was just after I first started acting and I liked to behave like an actor and that generally provoked a lot of people into hitting me.

Were you hurt in that particular fight scene
Oh no, not at all. The only thing that I hurt myself on was a bit they cut out of the movie where I flipped out afterwards, out of my own impotence in this fight. You walk into the big confrontation and end up getting completely destroyed by your competitor.

I was hitting myself afterwards in a little spur of the moment thing which they cut out of the movie. I hit myself so hard I was in pain for the rest of the shoot. It was the most stupid thing I’ve ever done (he laughs).

Did you have any trouble with the New York Bronx accent?
I grew up watching American movies. I learned how to act, to whatever extent, by watching American movies way more than English ones so I kind of, in a lot of ways, feel more comfortable speaking in an American accent. It feels more real to me in a lot of ways.

In the Twilight saga you are working with a lot of younger actors. Other than Emilie, the actors in this film are a bit older. Is it different working with older actors?
Yeah. In a lot of ways, it’s different because when you’re working with young people it’s like you’re going on the journey together. Everything is fresh to you. If you’re working with experienced people, they’re much clearer about what they want to do or bring to the job right from the beginning, which is really good in some ways. But, at the same time, they’re very willing.

Chris and I were rewriting the scene when we fought each other during the lunch break just before. I never worked with anyone who is really tied down to what they want to do and that’s that. It’s really good either way.

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Clevver TV's Interview With Robert Pattinson   Leave a comment

I’m not sure we’ve posted this so here it is.

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100+ Black & White and Colour Enhanced Remember Me Pics   1 comment

Here are 100+ black & white and colour enhanced Remember Me pics to celebrate the opening of Remember Me.


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Countdown to Remember Me is over! 100 Remember Me Wallpapers to Celebrate   2 comments

Remember Me day is here! To celebrate I’m posting 100 Remember Me wallpapers made by DreamySim1 _iwry_ ,CandyKizzeS24, Maria, CSI_Kat,LongLost Dream, TwiiFever, MissAmyJoon Puppetta90. The top wallpaper is new and was made just for today by Maria. The last 7 are Iphone wallpapers.

If I forgot to list you please give me a shout out so I can add you.

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Posted March 12, 2010 by justfp in Remember Me, Wallpapers

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