Archive for March 14, 2011

‘Water for Elephants’ Still now in HQ   2 comments

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Official Water for Elephants Movie Facebook page just released this still in HQ as a thanks for passing 18,000 fans


Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner EW covers – Best selling issue of 2010   Leave a comment



Full list of the 2010 best-worst selling magazine covers at the source.

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MTV’s Countdown to “MTV First: Robert Pattinson”   Leave a comment

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Robert Pattinson later confessed that the kiss “didn’t work,” but there are legions of “Twilight” fans who would surely disagree. That smooch with Kristen Stewart, after all, might just be the closest any fan will ever get to seeing the duo lock lips in a setting where they’re not pretending to be Forks, Washington, lovebirds.

It all went down at the MTV Movie Awards in June of last year, when Pattinson and Stewart took the stage to accept the Golden Popcorn statue for Best Kiss and ended up, awkwardly and charmingly, kissing onstage. The moment immediately became one of the most memorable in Movie Awards history, so it’s no surprise that it’s also one of our favorite RPattz moments — a top-five list we’re counting down before the debut of “MTV First: Robert Pattinson” this Friday at 8:56 p.m. ET.

To fully understand the kiss, we’ve got to flash back to 2009, when the actors won their first Best Kiss award. Pattinson leaned into the mic and announced that he had to take the gum out of his mouth. He and KStew stared at each other as if readying for a kiss. They closed their eyes, leaned in, brushed noses — but that’s as close as they’d get. “Thank you so much!” Stewart declared, before they scampered backstage.

A year later, they found themselves back onstage, once again accepting the Best Kiss win. “So I guess the thing to do — we’re supposed to kiss each other,” Stewart said. “But to be perfectly honest with you, it takes a lot of smoke and mirrors to make us look good kissing. We don’t want to let you guys down. We’ll give it a shot.”

Much like the year before, they seemed to be teasing the audience with the prospect of a Robsten kiss without actually delivering one. Until they did. And the Twi-verse imploded. That didn’t stop Pattinson from telling us afterward that he wasn’t all that pleased with how things went.

“I had the best ideas last night,” he told us backstage. “And I was telling everyone, ‘Listen, just leave it to me, I’ve got it all under control.’ I was telling everyone all these ideas. I gave them a whole selection and no one thought they were funny, so then we ended up doing something which didn’t work.”

RPattz may not have loved the way things turned out, but the onstage bit they went with sounded a lot better than some of those other ideas of his.”He wanted to be hula-hooping with a match in his mouth, and then he wanted to light a match while I was juggling and he was hula-hooping, and he wanted to put it in my mouth and see if we could make our way over to each other,” Stewart told us later. “It didn’t really make a whole lot of sense to me. I was like, ‘I can’t juggle onstage in shoes. I can barely walk up the stairs.’ “

Don’t miss “MTV First: Robert Pattinson” this Friday at 8:56 p.m. ET on MTV and Tune in to see RPattz introduce a new “Water for Elephants” clip, followed by a live 30-minute interview on Tweet questions using the hashtag #askrob to get in the conversation!

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Posted March 14, 2011 by natalienw in Robert Pattinson

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Great ‘Water for Elephants’ Fan Video   4 comments

Check out this awesome ‘Water for Elephants’ fan video.


Posted March 14, 2011 by Sparks in Fan Vids, Water for Elephants

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*VIDEO* Artist Richard Phillips Talks About Painting Robert Pattinson Portrait   Leave a comment

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Recently, artist Richard Phillips decided to paint some of the brightest young Hollywood stars for his “Most Wanted” Exhibit at the White Cube Gallery in London. The exhibition featured Phillips’ take on stars like Taylor Swift, Zac Efron, Dakota Fanning, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kristen Stewart and, yes, even Robert Pattinson and that famous head of hair.

The show may have wrapped up a few weeks back, but in anticipation of “MTV First: Robert Pattinson,” we wanted to bring you all the best bites from our interview with the artist, who dished about what makes Robert Pattinson one of the “Most Wanted” in Hollywood.

“I think that the greatest pressure for me was getting Robert Pattinson’s expression right because he is…certainly Leo is important in terms of his character and the gravitas he has, but with Robert it’s that kind of knowing smirk or that sexy look in his masculine, yet feminine qualities that people die for that’s a hard thing to grab,” Phillips explained of painting the “Twilight” hottie and wanting to get it just right. “You’ve got all of those components and in a painting how do you bring it together, that’s the thing that becomes the question and I had to answer that in paint.”

Phillips did find the way to make it work, he explained, “One thing that I will say is that having the highlight in his one eye and no highlight in the other eye gives him that knowing look. Like in one eye he already knows you; in the other eye he’s addressing you,” he said. “There’s tricks within the portrait, the little curve outside his mouth, those are the things that bring out his character…that and his tousled hair.”

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Posted March 14, 2011 by fastieslowie in Robert Pattinson

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Bigger ‘Water for Elephants’ Still featuring Robert Pattinson and Reese Whiterspoon   2 comments

Here’s a bigger still of Robert Pattinson and Reese Whiterspoon. Tagged for now.

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Israeli ‘Water for Elephants’ Poster   1 comment

Here’s the Israeli ‘Water for Elephants’ poster

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New Water for Elephants wallpapers   11 comments

Here are some new Water for Elephants wallpapers by @DreamySim1 | Click to make bigger

See the rest after the jump!

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