Archive for March 15, 2010

Pierce Brosnan's Interview with ShowBiz: He talks about Rob   2 comments

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Gino Salomone Sits Down With Rob about 'Remember Me'   Leave a comment

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Posted March 15, 2010 by natalienw in Remember Me, Robert Pattinson

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Robert Pattinson 'Connected' To The Ending Of 'Remember Me': The MTV News Quote Of The Day *Spoilers*   2 comments

“When I first read the script, it seemed so much a part of it. As soon as I read it, I felt immediately connected to it. If it was edited down in any way, I don’t think it would be the same thing. I always feel there’s some kind of power to the script. I wanted to keep that in the movie.”

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Posted March 15, 2010 by natalienw in Remember Me, Rob's music

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New Remember Me Clip – Dinner   2 comments

Pierce Brosnan Speaks to About Remember Me and Robert Pattinson   Leave a comment

Q: It’s been a really wide range of parts for you, lately. In “Remember Me,” you’re this tough New York businessman.

A: Yes, this powerful, Donald Trump type. I’m very hard-nosed, separated from my wife — we’ve already lost one son to drugs, and I’m estranged from my other son, who’s played by Robert Pattinson. .?.?. It’s good. He’s very good in it, too. I’m so fond of Rob — this young fellow in the vortex of fame.

Q: You’ve mentioned being impressed by how Rob Pattinson’s handling his fame. But you really had two waves of it, first with “Remington Steele” and then with the Bond films. Were the experiences very different, coming a decade or so apart?

A: “Remington,” that was just the golden opportunity to create a career and an American life. And it wouldn’t have happened if I hadn’t taken the leap and mortgaged my house for 2,000 pounds and caught a cheap flight out on Freddie Laker. That was the start. And Bond, Bond always came in and out of my life with drama.

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Moviefone: 'Remember Me' Ending Dividing Critics and Audiences **MAJOR SPOILERS**   Leave a comment

While it might have initially seemed likeRobert Pattinson’s latest movie,‘Remember Me,’ would be generating controversy and debate over whether it proves that the ‘Twilight’ star has real acting chops, it has actually caused a big stir among critics and audiences because of its incredibly dramatic (and some feel overwrought) final minutes.

Its big twist seems to be overshadowing the rest of the picture for some and is undoubtedly drawing attention away from the fact that, despite its low 27% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the film features solid performances from Pattinson and co-star Emilie de Ravin (‘Lost’).

(SPOILER ALERT! If you have not seen the film and do not want to know the ending, read no further as the climax is revealed and discussed in detail below.)

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Video: Robert Pattinson's Interview in Polish (With Translation)   Leave a comment

Overnight Robert Pattinson became an international star thanks to the role of Edward in the Twilight Saga. The story of love between a vampire and a regular girl captured hearts of people all over the world. We met up with him in New York where he attended the premiere of his new movie ‘Remember Me’.

You must be really happy that with that movie you can change your public image a bit, you smoke and drink all the time in it, get into fist fights, you’re no longer just that ‘pretty boy’.

Yeah, that’s one of the things that I liked the most about that movie. After the first fight, no one even thought about that earlier, I have massive cuts and bruises all over my face and they stay for the duration of almost the whole movie. It’s an interesting romance, just imagine that someone is trying to hit on you looking like that [so unattractive]. In the scene when I meet Ally for the first time, when I was reading the script I didn’t realize that my whole face is going to be bruised, I mean imagine a guy trying to impress a girl having a black eye [everything is written on his face] yeah. It was a cool scene.

Do you prefer realistic movies like that one, or maybe the fantasy world like Twilight?

I don’t know. That script seemed just very honest and real, you don’t get something like that too often, but sometimes, reality can be just incredibly boring and fantasy is just more fun to play. But in that script there was just something very special, I’ve never seen a movie like that. Generally though, I don’t have any special preferences.

Are you kind of tired of fame because of all the chaos that happened after Twilight, are you bothered by the whole interest? Does it make your life very difficult?

Sometimes. I mean, like when I’m in New York and I can’t go out at all. [Or anywhere in the world probably] Some places, in some places it’s easier, there are places where people’ve never heard of Twilight [well don’t come to Poland then] Oh yeah? They’re big fans? [oh yeah, they all know you]. It can be very frustrating, but there’s always some way around it, if you plan ahead you can have a semblance of a normal life. [Yeah, but in normal life there’s no need for special planning] I mean I think it pays off, I hate when I go out for dinner and there’s a whole crowd of people outside, and even if I just know that that crowd is there, I just can’t enjoy whatever I’m doing [because you know what’s going to happen after you leave] Yeah, and so I have to plan to be able to avoid that. But then again there are situations when the crowds of fans are great, like this morning, when I went to the Today Show. It’s such a surreal, strange thing, I mean, I’m just 23 and it’s already so massive, it’s like a turning point in my life.

There’s going to be more films in the series so it’s probably just going to be escalating and last for few more years.

I don’t know how it can really escalate more, there’s nowhere it can really go [we’ll maybe meet in a year or two and you’ll tell me if it happened] yeah. Just before Christmas I was in Munich, I was at a stadium and there was 20 000 people there [screaming your name] yeah, and I didn’t even do anything, I just said ‘Hi’ and that’s it, it’s completely surreal, there’s no other word for it.

You must be happy that your career is going the way it is?

Definitely. There weren’t any bad sides, I mean, I can do movies that I really want to do now [you have a choice and that’s the most important thing for an actor] yeah, it’s amazing. I mean, there’s a bit more pressure on you and what jobs you do, but generally it’s great. And I hope that for the next few years I’m just going to have great fun.

Translation by doniczka at Pattinsonlife via RP Life

Posted March 15, 2010 by justfp in Robert Pattinson

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Black & White Pics of Robert Pattinson on the Set of Bel Ami   7 comments

Here are black & white versions of the pics of Rob on the set of Bel Ami I made for you guys.

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Robert Pattinson in Russian BRAVO Magazine. (Scans)   Leave a comment

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Rob in the April 2010 issue of Elle Magazine   2 comments


Posted March 15, 2010 by natalienw in Robert Pattinson

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