Archive for June 13, 2010

New ET Rob Interview   1 comment

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Posted June 13, 2010 by gittsy in Robert Pattinson

'Eclipse' Producer Wyck Godfrey on David Slade, 'Breaking Dawn', & More   2 comments

Why was David Slade the right choice to direct Eclipse?

Honestly, I loved Hard Candy. Ever since I saw that movie I was sending him everything I had. I loved the performances he got from Patrick Wilson and Ellen Page, I loved the filmmaking and the way he kept one small house, and many times one small room, alive and tense and exciting for an entire movie. And then, I saw 30 Days of Night and liked the genre elements of that, and how he had a real vision for how he wanted that world to look. That was kind of the perfect combination: his ability to tell a story and elicit amazing performances in Hard Candy, and to create a world in 30 Days of Night, which were sort of the combined qualities we were looking for in a director. So, coming off of Chris [Weitz], who is a really classic filmmaker and creates beautiful imagery, but very romantic imagery, we wanted to go in a little bit of a different direction and create something that had a little bit more anxiety and edge to it, as Bella really struggled with her choices, between Jacob and Edward, between becoming a vampire and staying human… we thought [David’s] style would bring a lot to all of that stuff.

Along those lines, what makes Bill Condon right for Breaking Dawn?

The themes and the story of Breaking Dawn are very mature; Bella and Edward are going through very adult things, from marriage to childbirth, motherhood, parenthood, and the evolution of their relationship into something that is a partnership, which is not the way Edward has viewed this relationship with her before. Bill’s a very mature filmmaker; he’s dealt with very difficult themes and stories in his career. He’s also gotten Academy Award nominations for actors in the last three films that he’s done.  And from a performance standpoint, Kristen’s going to be diving into stuff that she hasn’t been through. It’s one thing that she can remember first love and falling in love and being torn between two guys, probably, but the idea of dealing with some of these issues and having a filmmaker that can really help them as actors was vital to Breaking Dawn. Also, the visual nature of Dreamgirls made us feel like he could create something with a real scope and grandeur to it.

There’s also his earlier work: Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh, Sister, Sister…

He’s a genre guy! That’s really exciting, that in some ways he’ll be coming full circle and utilizing his early roots with the stuff he’s been doing recently. I think that’ll be fun for him.

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Posted June 13, 2010 by Sparks in Eclipse

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Video: Complete Eclipse Convention (30 Minutes)   1 comment

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New Photoshoot Pics of Robert Pattinson from the Press Junket   3 comments

Here are some awesome new pics of Robert Pattinson from the photoshoot at the Eclipse press junket.

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Posted June 13, 2010 by justfp in Robert Pattinson

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The Many Faces of Robert Pattinson   7 comments

I found this great article the only role they did was forgot was Rob’s role in The Rings of the Nibelungs.

Robert Pattinson may be the heart throb of teen girls everywhere but just a few years ago he was a struggling actor just looking to find his break in Hollywood. In The Many Faces of Robert Pattinson we take a look at his career the roles he has played and where he is going from here.

Despite the fact that many think that Robert Pattinson is nothing more then a teen heart throb his young career clearly shows that he is much about films with substance as he is about being a star. Twilight has made Robert a household name but believe it or not Robert Pattinson has played much more then just a vampire.



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Vanity Fair: Robert Pattinsons first role was in Vanity Fair where he played Rawdy Crawley in a small role. Vanity Fair based in Elizabethan times is about a poor woman named Becky Sharp ( played by Reese Witherspoon ) who despite growing up in poverty defies the social ladder to advance her life. It follows the span of 20 years.


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Harry Potter & The Goblet of Fire: After Vanity Fair Robert had a few small roles but his next big one was Harry Potter which is quite ironic considering he goes on to be the lead in the teen sensation of Twilight which is really a successor to Harry Potter in my books. Robert Pattinson played the role of Cedric Diggory one of 2 Hogwarts Champions in the Triwizard Tournaments.


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The Haunted Airman: After Harry Potter Robert Pattinson took on a much more serious role in The Haunted Airman where he played an injured RAF pilot named Toby Jugg who confined to a wheelchair who is committed to an eerie hospital where he starts to lose his mind.

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GIFs of Robert Pattinson – Access Hollywood Interview   1 comment

Here are some GIFs of Robert Pattinson from his Access Hollywood interview made by @MyFairyTaleLife

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New Robert Pattinson Wallpaper   1 comment

Here’s a great new Robert Pattinson wallpaper made by myfairytalelife

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