Archive for July 13, 2011

New Video of Robert Pattinson on the Cosmopolis set – Before signing for fans, puts Bear in the backseat of the car   2 comments

Rob puts Bear in the backseat of the car at 4:00

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Posted July 13, 2011 by natalienw in Cosmopolis, Robert Pattinson

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*VIDEO* New/Old Interview of Robert Pattinson at the WFE Premiere in Berlin   2 comments

Some parts/questions are not new (different angle/interview), but others are.

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*VIDEO* Charlie Bewley talks about Robert Pattinson   5 comments

Charlie talks about Rob at 5:44

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Posted July 13, 2011 by fastieslowie in Robert Pattinson

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Bel Ami Movie Tie-In to be released in the UK on January 26th 2012   3 comments

Pengiun Classics have listed the release of the movie tie-in of Bel Ami as 26th January 2012. The book isn’t available for order yet but you can enter your email to be emailed when it is. Click here to view the details on the Penguin Classics site and enter your email.

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Guri Weinberg tweets about Robert Pattinson   5 comments

Guri Weinberg, who plays Stefan in Breaking Dawn – Part 1 & 2, mentions Rob on his Twitter


Posted July 13, 2011 by fastieslowie in Robert Pattinson

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Water for Elephants Screenwriter Richard LaGravenese mentions Robert Pattinson in an interview   1 comment

WFE screenwriter Richard LaGravenese talks about Robert Pattinson in an interview with

Q: Can you talk a little about the film’s cast?

A: When I read the book myself I thought of Reese because of a paragraph when Marlene (Reese’s character) is first introduced it described her complexion — the kind of beauty she had. It was sort of this glow, this sort of peaches and cream translucent beauty within the squalor of where the horses and the animals and the menagerie was. Who popped into my head was Reese, but it wasn’t just my decision; Francis (the film’s director) felt the same way and she was his first choice I think.

And Robert really has a lot of 1930s leading man qualities; he’s one of those actors who the camera just adores in the way that they did with 1930s leading men. And Christoph is just such a fine actor there’s no question about Christoph to make August (the main character’s rival in the film) a complex character.

Read here the entire interview