Archive for November 23, 2011

*VIDEO* New Robert Pattinson and the BD Cast Red Carpet Interview with Film Club – UK Breaking Dawn Premiere   1 comment

Here’s a new video interview with Robert Pattinson and co at the Breaking Dawn UK premiere

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Mackenzie Foy talks about working with Rob   1 comment

Vh1 interviews Mackenzie Foy and asks about working with Rob

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Carter Burwell talks about working with Robert Pattinson   1 comment

Carter Burwell talks about working with Robert Pattinson

From Sonic Scoop

Cool. What about the fact that Breaking Dawn is a two-parter? Knowing you’re also going to be scoring Part II, does where the story goes from here enter into the picture at all for you? When you’re thinking of these themes?
Well, I’ve read the script, but I haven’t seen any of Part II yet. But I did have to write a theme that Edward plays on camera in Part II. Bill wanted to echo the “Bella’s Lullaby” scene from the first Twilight in the last part, and so I had to write a lullaby for that well in advance so Rob Pattinson could learn the fingering – he’s a musician and prides himself on being able to do that.
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*VIDEO* Robert and Kristen Interview with Al Rojo Vivo   4 comments

Kristen Translation
What did you think of Brazil?
Gorgeous. I mean these characters were so stuck in one place the whole time. And to take them there which is a place almost a complete opposite as what they are used to. A place that is completely alive. And to see their reactions was wow!
Robert Translation
I remember when me and Kristen were staying in a hotel and there were about 600 hundred fans screaming, “Rob, Kristen” they stopped till about 2 in the morning so we thought they were gone. But then at 6 in the morning they started screaming again. They had given us a little break so we could sleep.

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David Cronenberg talks Cosmopolis and Rob – Gothamist and Bloomberg News interviews   2 comments

From Gothamist

Viggo Mortensen, Magneto, and a movie with Rob Pattinson next, with all that Twilight hoopla around him. You don’t mind stars with franchise baggage it seems.
It’s like with Viggo with The Lord of the Rings, frankly. We’ve talked about this a lot. He wouldn’t have been a candidate for A History of Violence if it hadn’t been for Lord of the Rings because he wasn’t well-known, he was really kind of a B actor, character actor before Lord of the Rings made him a star. Therefore, he would not be somebody who could get you the financing that you need. It’s something about casting that people don’t think about but as a director, you really have to think about it because your producers make you think about it and so do your distributors. You say, “I want this guy,” and they say “Forget it! Nobody knows who he is and we can’t build a campaign around him to release to movie.” So not only do you have to get the right guy, you have to figure out who that guy is creatively but he has to want to do it to, you have to be able to afford him, he has to be available at the time you want him and he has to have the star power to get your movie financed. It’s very tricky casting a movie and for a director it’s a huge part of what you do, to weave your way through this mine field and end up with the right guy in your movie. Because if you make a huge miscasting mistake, it can kill your movie before you’ve even shot a foot of film.

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Posted November 23, 2011 by Sim in Cosmopolis, Robert Pattinson

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The New Breaking Dawn Stills from People in Better Quality and a Larger Old Still   1 comment

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New Video from London Breaking Dawn Premiere   3 comments

 

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