Archive for March 30, 2011

New Water for Elephants Stills   5 comments

Here are a few new Water for Elephant stills and a behind the scenes photo of Francis Lawrence.

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Stephenie Meyer talks about working with Robert Pattinson and Breaking Dawn   7 comments

On working with Pattinson and Lautner: “Rob is more like Jacob than Edward. He’s goofy, he’s funny, he doesn’t take much seriously. But he can turn Edward on like that (she snaps her fingers) when he needs to be Edward. Taylor’s who we hang out with most. He’s a lot like fun, happy Jacob.”

About Breaking Dawn

•The much-anticipated wedding of Edward and Bella has not been filmed yet, but Stewart is being fitted for the as-yet-unrevealed bridal gown. “It’s such an interesting mix,” says Meyer. “It has a vintage feel, but at the same time, there’s an edge to it. It’s really beautiful. And then on Kristen — oh, she looks amazing in clothes —and in that dress she’s so lithe and unbelievable.”

Some mysteries remain

One question she won’t answer: whether the werewolf/shape shifter Jacob and Renesmee, the human/vampire hybrid child of Edward and Bella, could ever have children. (Jacob is a teenager, but baby Renesmee is aging at an accelerated rate.) “That is a question I’m reserving the right not to answer, because there is a chance I’ll go back to their story.”


Some of Breaking Dawn was filmed in Baton Rouge from October to mid-February, and Meyer’s husband, Pancho, now a stay-at-home dad, and their three sons Gabe, 13, Seth, 10, and Eli, 8, moved from Arizona to Baton Rouge to be with her. They then packed up and moved with her to Vancouver. Shooting is expected to wrap up sometime in April.


Fans, says Meyer, can expect a surprising performance when Stewart transforms from human to vampire. “She’s created a new character. I was really impressed. I’ve only really seen her as (the human) Bella, so to have her step up and change it in the right way — she didn’t have to talk to me. She knew. She knows the character so well now. She has really good instincts, and she looks amazing.”

Meyer says the first Breaking Dawn movie may end “when Bella opens her eyes as a vampire. That’s the way it’s been shot. They can still do it any other way, but I think that’s the general idea. You kind of have to get there in the first film. That way you have all the time in the world to explore being a vampire and those exhilarating first moments.”

On the filming of the birth of Bella and Edward’s baby, Renesmee, which in the novel is frightening and horrific, she says, “I’ve only seen a rough cut and there are pieces missing, but I don’t feel like it’s graphic. You’re not seeing it, but you know what’s happened. It’s emotional. It doesn’t feel horror-ish. There’s blood, probably the most blood we’ve ever seen in the series. But everything’s in flux; we’ll see in the final cut.”

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Posted March 30, 2011 by natalienw in Robert Pattinson

BTS Video of Water for Elephants and Reese Witherspoon’s Interview With Entertainment Tonight   2 comments

Here’s a behind the scenes video and Reese Witherspoon’s interview with Entertainment Tonight. We’ll update with a better quality video when we get one 😉

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New UHQ Pictures of Robert Pattinson at the Golden Globes After Party   9 comments

Here are three new UHQ pictures of Robert Pattinson at the Golden Globes After party

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Posted March 30, 2011 by fastieslowie in Robert Pattinson

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New Robert Pattinson WFE Animated Wallpaper   7 comments

Here is a new animated wallpaper made by @MyRobAddiction

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Gary Johnson, Tai’s trainer, talks about Robert Pattinson, Tai, Water for Elephants and more   3 comments

Thanks to Rosteners for the translation

Do you and Tai have to work hard in this movie?

Johnson: Especially in this movie we’ve worked a lot. It was very exciting as well though. I loved everyone who worked on this movie. People were realy respectful and always friendly. The director Francis Lawrence was a real gentleman and did a great job in my opinion. He drove to our ranch in California a dozen times to watch the training and to spend time with Tai. That’s how he knew how to shoot the scenes with her later on.

How much time did Reese Witherspoon with Tai? The relationship between Marlena and Rosie is very important for the story right?
Johnson: Reese Witherspoon visited the ranch often to train with Tai, because she has some really physical scenes with her. She had to climb onto Tai, just how it is known from circuses when the girl sits on top of the elephant. Tai lay on her side and when she got up Reese had to learn to stand on her trunk. They had to train a few different options to climb on top then. In one scene Tai stands on her back legs and Reese directly beneath her. In another scene Tai does a headstand and Reese dances beneath her at the same time. That’s really complicated and we had to train those scenes with a choreographer. The timing had to be right. In another scene Reese stands on top of the elephant. Another time Tai sits on a base and stands on her back legs and Reese then climbs onto her back. They had to train that scene a very long time. Tai does things like that regularly and it’s part of her routine. She practices daily and a lot.

How difficult was that for Reese?
Johnson: She was extraordinary and told us she did gymnastics as a child. She grew up with animals and has always felt comfortable with them. All three main actors, Reese Witherspoon, Robert Pattinson and Christoph Waltz were very impressive. We’re very lucky that we were able to work with them. They’re just incredible.

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Discussion: What Are Your Thoughts On The Bel Ami Issue?   55 comments

As most of you know Bel Ami is a novel written by Maupassant which revolves around the world of Georges Duroy, a character who uses sex and women to gain power, influence and money. However as we’ve heard earlier the studio is worried about marketing the movie as Rob plays a cad in the movie.

We’ve been seeing your messages on the site and on Facebook and we hear you loud and clear. We thought we’d give you guys a place to discuss the subject. What are your thoughts on the matter?

Posted March 30, 2011 by justfp in Bel Ami, Robert Pattinson

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Robert Pattinson’s Bel Ami producers worried about marketing movie   18 comments

From Total Film

Robert Pattinson admits that Bel Ami is still in editing because studio honchos are worried about alienating audiences used to his goody-two-shoes persona in the Twilight franchise.

RPattz plays the titular Bel Ami in an adaptation of Maupassant’s classic novel about a 19th century womanising, social-climbing journalist who sleeps his way round Paris.

Filming in the UK and Budapest opposite leading ladies Uma Thurman, Christina Ricci and Kristen Scott Thomas wrapped in spring 2010 and was originally slated for a Christmas release. It currently has no confirmed opening date.

“We were really true to the book and because the guy is basically a shit who wins everything at the end it’s really difficult to market it  – especially with me in it,” Pattinson tells TF exclusively.

“Everyone’s worried that everyone’s going to be thinking, ‘Oh I want him to be nice, he’s got to be nice to all the ladies’.”

Bel Ami, though, is an unrepentant cad.  “I know,” laughs the Water For Elephants star, “But that was fun!”

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Posted March 30, 2011 by Sim in Bel Ami, Robert Pattinson

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*Translation + UHQ scans* Full interview of Robert Pattinson with Vanity Fair Italy   5 comments



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Detagged and Enhanced Screencap of Robert Pattinson With a Baby Giraffe   7 comments

I detagged and enhanced the screencap of Robert Pattinson with the baby giraffe. I also made a black & white version for you guys.

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