Archive for January 11, 2012

HQ pics of Robert Pattinson at the People’s Choice Awards 2012   11 comments

HQ pics of Robert Pattinson at the People’s Choice Awards 2012:

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*VIDEOS* of Robert Pattinson at the People’s Choice Awards 2012   1 comment

VIDEOS of Robert Pattinson at the People’s Choice Awards 2012:

Favorite Movie Drama for Water for Elephants – Rob’s speech (source)

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*Screencaps* of Robert Pattinson at the People’s Choice Awards 2012   3 comments

Screencaps of Robert Pattinson at the People’s Choice Awards 2012:

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MQ Pics and Fan Pics of Robert Pattinson at the People’s Choice Awards 2012   3 comments

MQ pics of Robert Pattinson at the People’s Choice Awards 2012:

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Bel Ami Screening in Amsterdam on January 12 and 15th   2 comments

Pathe in Holland is advertising a Jan. 15th showing of Bel Ami in Amsterdam at 6:10PM

Buy tickets HERE

There will be an another screening tomorrow too

Via / Thanks to @Edgeof_Desire for the heads up!

Posted January 11, 2012 by fastieslowie in Bel Ami

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‘Bel Ami’ among “Best written upcoming movies’   6 comments

The London Evening Standard Columnist Anne McElvoy praises Bel Ami as “best written movie”

An eminent film critic has just told me he thinks some of the best writing is now on the small screen, not the large one, and he may well be right. For all its Spielbergian glory, War Horse has a baggy, pedestrian script and can’t add much to the National’s production. Still, there are signs of intellectual life in the cinema in 2012: the best-written upcoming movie I’ve seen is the riveting romp of Bel Ami, with Uma Thurman, Christina Ricci and Kristin Scott Thomas in Maupassant’s masterpiece.

Again, it succeeds because the original work is both sexy and clever: a plot turning on multifarious adultery, secret plans to invade Morocco and the power of the 1880s press. And, yes, of course we like to watch Uma in a velvet frock-coat, bewitching the arriviste Robert Pattinson as Georges: but we do have to keep half an eye on the machinations of the proprietors and French intentions in Africa to fully enjoy it.

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Share your thoughts on the Bel Ami trailer   5 comments

Fansite  @BelAmiUK, shared the following on their facebook:

Been asked to request Bel Ami trailer feedback, of course love for RP is taken as said, what they want to know is ‘were there any specific elements which held particular appeal for you [aside from the RP bits] for example, the ladies, the cast, the setting, the general feel of the movie? Come on share those thoughts!

And then on their twitter:

Our distribution contact asked for some views on it which I will feed back

We all loved the trailer so give your feedback on the trailer HERE and let the distributors know.

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Posted January 11, 2012 by fastieslowie in Bel Ami, Robert Pattinson

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