Archive for March 15, 2010

"Remember Me' producer says Rob Pattinson is a 'soulful' presence who will be a big-time actor   2 comments



“Remember Me,” Robert Pattinson’s attempt to branch out from his trademark lovelorn-vampire role (to a lovelorn regular-guy role), was only a modest performer at the box office this weekend, earning $8.3 million. But the film offers several notable attributes; in addition to Pattinson’s first turn as a  leading man in a mainstream release not titled “Twilight,” it’s a mid-budget drama in a time when such films are an endangered breed. And it came from Summit, a company that has flirted with a number of genres, but never this one.

Just before the film opened this weekend, we caught up with producer Nick Osborne of Underground Management, who with partner Trevor Engelson produced the film, on the challenges of making this type of movie, the acting virtues of one Mr. Pattinson and the perils of shooting in a big city when you’ve got one of the most famous faces in the world on your set.

— Steven Zeitchik

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New Pictures of Rob on the Set of Bel Ami   17 comments

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ReelzChannel Video: Robert Pattinson and Fans Speak About the Eclipse Trailer   Leave a comment

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Posted March 15, 2010 by justfp in Eclipse, Robert Pattinson

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Videos: More Sneak Peeks From the New Moon DVD   1 comment

From Hollywood Crush:

New Moon” is scheduled for release on DVD and Blu-ray this Saturday, though fans will be able to pick it up starting on Friday night at midnight (yes, technically Saturday) from many entertainment retailers. Last week we brought you a tiny look at what you’ll get on the DVD, and now here’s a bigger taste. There are three clips in all, pulled from the behind-the-scenes special features, which you can check out below.

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Posted March 15, 2010 by justfp in New Moon, Robert Pattinson

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Video: Robert Pattinson and the Cast of Remember Me Discuss the Ending of Remember Me **MAJOR SPOILERS INCLUDING THE ENDING**   1 comment

***There are major spoilers about the ending in this video and after the jump***

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Black & White Pics of Robert Pattinson on The Early Show   1 comment

Here are the black & white versions of the pics I posted earlier of Rob on The Early Show.


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Posted March 15, 2010 by justfp in B&W pics, Robert Pattinson

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Great Remember Me Review Done by Killer Film   1 comment

Forget what you think you know about this movie. And forget what you think you know about Robert Pattinson. This film is far more than a love story. Plus, Pattinson’s acting abilities are better than the one particular role he’s known for playing.

Go into this movie with an open mind, and what you’ll find is an engaging film that is simultaneously heartbreaking and heartwarming. The story and actors swirl together like a perfect cup of coffee with just the right amount of cream and sugar. The subtle sweetness cuts the underlying bitterness. And, in fact, that’s exactly the word I would use to describe Remember Me – bittersweet.

Yes, the love story between Pattinson’s Tyler Hawkins and Emilie de Ravin’s Ally Craig is the focus of the movie. But it goes far beyond a simple boy-meets-girl, boy-and-girl-fall-in-love scenario. To me, this is a story about forgiveness and acceptance. Both Tyler and Ally experience family tragedies that shape their realities and change their relationships with their families. The true journey in this film is coming to terms with those losses and finding a way to be happy again.

Pattinson’s performance in this film should be commended. Again, if you watch it with an open mind, I think you will see just how much potential he truly has. He channels the same sort of restless anger of James Dean in Rebel without a Cause, and, at times, Tyler is visibly vibrating with it. The way Pattinson plays this rage, to me, wasn’t over the top. In fact, I can think of only one (very powerful) scene where his voice is even raised.

Instead, he lets the audience feel Tyler’s unsettled frustration, for the most part, in clipped tones and the strong set of his jaw. It is Tyler’s adoration of the women in his life that balances his aggression. The way Tyler takes care of his younger sister, Caroline, in particular, is absolutely endearing.

Emilie de Ravin’s portrayal of Ally is a good balance for Tyler. While he tends to internalize, she’s quite open. Some of the most charming moments of the movie are when Ally throws Tyler off by doing or saying something completely unexpected. Ruby Jerins is delightful as Caroline. She is sweet, serious and witty. Her scenes with Pattinson play out like a true brother-sister relationship. And Tate Ellington, who portrays Tyler’s best friend and roommate, Aidan, is a frequent scene-stealer. There were times when I didn’t know whether to laugh or be completely horrified by Aidan’s schemes. But I was won over by his loyalty to Tyler.

Chris Cooper and Pierce Brosnan, who play Ally and Tyler’s fathers, Neil and Charles, are the rocks of this film. Neil doesn’t always do the right thing, but Cooper does an excellent job of showing the audience that it’s because he doesn’t want to lose anyone else. Similarly, Charles is someone you don’t want to like at first. But you come to realize that, although he’s going about it in a different way, he really does want the same thing as Tyler. Brosnan and Pattinson work well together. There is one particular scene where it’s easy to see a father-son dynamic between the two of them.

What I liked most about this movie was its sense of reality. Just like in the real world, there are tender moments and awkward moments. There is happiness and sadness. There are moments that make you cringe and moments that have you laughing at loud. It is realistic. The journeys these characters take seems real (if a bit sped-up for the sake of a two-hour movie) to me. Even the cluttered grunginess of a walk-up shared by two twenty-something dudes felt realistic.

It is the ending of Remember Me that is particularly striking. It is undeniably sad, but at the same time almost … hopeful. Again, it’s incredibly bittersweet. It takes you back to a time many of us remember well, and, for me, it was that connection to my own personal memories that made this film linger in my mind.

But, I think you should judge for yourself. Put aside your preconceived notions, and go see Remember Me.

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

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Video: On The Red Carpet's Interview With Robert Pattinson at the Remember Me Press Junket   Leave a comment

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Twilight hunk Robert Pattinson has more to him than a gaze to send hearts aflutter.

In the new romantic drama Remember Me, Pattinson stars opposite Lost’s Emile de Ravin as they fall in love while coming to terms with their own personal tragedies. But Pattinson also took his talents to the other side of the lens, as an executive producer on the film.

“There was something so powerful about it, when I first read the script,” Pattison told On The Red Carpet’s George Pennacchio (who was pretty under the weather at the time). “I didn’t want it to be compromised in any way… So I said anything I can do… if anyone tries to mess around with it, I want to do my bit to protect it.”

It turns out he’s pretty comfortable in the producer’s chair, “I’d love to do a film as a producer right from the beginning. I’m hoping to do that over the next few years.”

Pattinson also said he’s proud of the movie’s message, and how the ending makes the audience think.

“I don’t want to make something just for entertainment value,” he joked. “I don’t find myself very entertaining.”

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New Pics of Robert Pattinson on The Early Show   1 comment

Here are some new pics of Rob on The Early Show.


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

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