Weekly Round-Up of Pics and Quotes of the Day   Leave a comment

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From the beginning of the shooting, I sort of lived inside the film, and inside the car: I was always there, it was my home, and I welcomed the other actors in my space, sitting tight on this kind of captain’s chair, with everybody visiting me. -Robert Pattinson (Cosmopolis production notes – 2012)

More after the jump!

“I think anything that helps young people to read is important.” -Robert Pattinson (about the importance of the Twilight Saga – TU Magazine 2011)

“You can see in the film, as well as in the book, that his approach of financial data tends to project him in the future, so much so that he doesn’t know how to live in the present anymore. He probably grasps the workings of the real world somehow, but only in peculiar and obscure ways.” -Robert Pattinson (about his character: Eric Parker – Cosmopolis production notes, 2012)

“I was appealed by the writing of the script, like a kind of long poem. And a mysterious poem too.” -Robert Pattinson (about Cosmopolis – production notes 2012)

“I wasn’t disappointed… I knew he would be very creative, and that it would be a real experience.” -Robert Pattsinson (about working with Cronenberg on Cosmopolis – Production notes 2012)

“To me, Eric is someone who feels like he belongs to another reality, who lives as if he was born on an other planet, and who tries to discover in which reality he should be living. In fact, he doesn’t understand the world as it is.” -obert Pattinson (Cosmopolis Production notes – 2012)

“Being used like that to this environment felt particularly comfortable. Everyone else had to adapt to what was basically my world.” -Robert Pattinson (about shooting inside the limousine – Cosmopolis Production notes 2012)

Posted May 6, 2012 by Sim in B&W pics, Quotes, Robert Pattinson

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