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Wyck Godrey (Twilight saga producer) talsk about the MMAs, Breaking Dawn Part 2, and collaborating with Rob.
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When MTV News caught up with “Twilight” producer Wyck Godfrey recently to discuss Pattinson and Kristen Stewart’s chances of another Best Kiss win at the 2012 MTV Movie Awards on Sunday (June 3), he revealed that he and Pattinson might be cooking up some post-“Breaking Dawn – Part 2” work plans, in the form of a big-screen adaptation of a crime thriller.
“There’s a book called “The Professionals,” which is a new crime thriller that Rob has read and really likes,” Godfrey said of Owen Laukkanen’s well-received debut novel. “We’re just starting to look at a writer [to adapt it]. It’s kind of a ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ for today, and he would be fantastic in the role. It’s in the early days; we’ll see.”
A modern-day version of “Bonnie and Clyde” sounds gritty and violent no matter which way you look at it. We asked Godfrey if he sees this potential big-screen crime thriller as a PG-13- or R-rated film for Pattinson.
“Possibly R,” he said. “[Rob’s] an adult now.”
Robert Pattinson is one of the biggest heartthrobs starring in films today. His role as Edward Cullen in the Twilight Saga films turned him into an international star. Since starring in those films, Pattinson has gone on to star in movies such as Remember Me and Water For Elephants, where he gave solid performances. Pattinson could have easily been pigeonholed in his career for playing the same character for years in films like the Twilight films, however Pattinson told us that starring in the Twilight films was just like any other job.
Pattinson’s next film, Bel Ami, opens in theaters in limited release on June 8 and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn (Part Two) will be released November 16.
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