Archive for the ‘The Summer House’ Category

Great Screencaps of Robert Pattinson in The Summer House   3 comments

I’m sure we’ve posted some screencaps of Robert Pattinson in The Summer House before but here are some great caps.

Click to make bigger

Photobucket

More after the jump!

Read the rest of this entry »

Poll: What's Your Favorite Robert Pattinson Movie?   121 comments

The other day we asked you what your favorite Robert Pattinson movie look was and his look in Remember Me as Tyler Hawkins won by a landslide. However I don’t think we’ve ever asked you which of Rob’s movies was your favorite. So what’s your favorite Rob movie and why?

I didn’t include Rings of the Nibelungs because not many people have seen it but if you want to vote for it feel free to do so 🙂

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Photobucket

The Haunter Airman

Photobucket

The Bad Mother’s Handbook

Photobucket

How to Be

Photobucket

Little Ashes

Photobucket

The Summer House

Photobucket

Twilight

Photobucket

The Twilight Saga: New Moon

Photobucket


Remember Me

Photobucket

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

Photobucket

New Pic of Robert Pattinson Behind the Scenes of Twilight   2 comments

Here’s a new pic of Robert Pattinson Behind the scenes of Twilight.

Source

Posted August 8, 2010 by gittsy in The Summer House

Tagged with , , ,

Poll: What's Your Favorite Robert Pattinson Movie Looks   148 comments

Another poll for you guys this morning 😉 What’s your favorite Robert Pattinson Movie Look? Leave a comment to let us know and we’ll tally the totals. I didn’t add Rings of the Nibelungs as not many people have seen it.

Harry Potter – Cedric Diggory

Photobucket

Toby Jugg – The Haunter Airman

Photobucket

Daniel Gale – The Bad Mother’s Handbook

Photobucket

Art Freeman – How to Be

Photobucket

Salvador Dali – Little Ashes

Photobucket

The Summer House

Photobucket

Edward Cullen – The Twilight Saga

Photobucket

Tyler Hawkins – Remember Me

Photobucket

Georges DuRoy – Bel Ami

Photobucket

Jacob Jankowski – Water for Elephants

Photobucket

Video: Robert Pattinson's Movies From 2004 to 2011   7 comments

http://www.youtube.com/v/-ixg82WiNXk&color1=0x3a3a3a&color2=0x999999&hl=en_US&feature=player_embedded&fs=1

List of Rob’s film & the characters he plays:


2004 Ring of the Nibelungs: Giselher
2005 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: Cedric Diggory
2006 The Haunted Airman: Toby Jugg
2007 The Bad Mother’s Handbook :Daniel Gale
2008 The Summer House: Robert
2008 How To Be: Art
2008 Twilight : Edward Cullen
2009 Little Ashes : Salvador Dalí
2009 New Moon : Edward Cullen
2010 Remember Me: Tyler Hawkins
2010 Eclipse : Edward Cullen
2011 Bel Ami : Georges Duroy
2011 Water for Elephants: Jacob Jankowsk

*Missing from the list: 2004 “Vanity Fair” (Rob appears in DVD version only) + Breaking Dawn which filming will start this Fall.

Source: Le Monde de Francesca

The Summer House GIFs   4 comments

Photobucket

See more after the jump

Read the rest of this entry »

Talulah Riley Talks About 'The Summer House' and Robert Pattinson   1 comment



Riley is a hardworking English actress best known to younger audiences as one of the loveable miscreants in the St. Trinian’s film series, Pirate Radio and TV’s Dr. Who. The 24-year-old’s career is on a pretty intense international upswing thanks to an appearance opposite Twilight’s Robert Pattinson in the iTunes original short The Summer House and a part in a little something called Inception.

Let’s start with The Summer House. Riley is a beautiful but reserved English girl who decides to spend the summer of 1969 in a friend’s French estate to recover from a broken heart, when out of the bushes comes Pattinson. The Summer House packs a lot of heat into just a few minutes.

Monsters and Critics – There are just 12 minutes to get to know Jane in Summer House. But you made her a dimensional person – how?
Talulah Riley – Daisy spent a lot of time with Rob and me discussing the back-story, so we were aware of our characters situations and the decisions they’d made to get them to the point where the audience meets them, in the film. Action is character, as they say, so just knowing that my character was the type of girl who would have to run away to France to get over a break-up, gave me a good place to start.

M&C – How did you get to ‘know’ her? What did you work on to determine what was she like, and what she thought, who she was?
TR – I was lucky enough to be given a copy of the book The Summer House, by the writer Ian Beck. This really helped me with the characterization. Prose is good for filling in the details – especially when there is very little dialogue.

M&C – The Summer House is set in the free love era. How free was Jane?
TR – Although the film is set in the Swinging 60’s, Jane isn’t really that into free love. She’s more of a true romantic – idealistic, gentle, loyal, and intensely hurt by her lover’s betrayal.

M&C – Your Summer House lover, Robert Pattinson has been struck by a movie supernova. Did you work together during or before Twilight?
TR – I worked with Rob before Twilight. I’m very happy for his success. It couldn’t have happened to a nicer guy. He’s a lovely actor and a lovely friend.

M&C – Is he a good kisser? Neck nuzzler?
TR – He’s a very good neck nuzzler.

Read the full interview at Monsters and Critics

kspice75 via RPLife

Robert Pattinson's The Summer House Dominates iTunes   Leave a comment

Photobucket

Robert Pattinson’s 2008 short film, “The Summer House” dominated iTunes immediately following its recent release, topping movie sales charts in the U.S., Canada, Ireland, and Germany after a mere four hours. The July 13th iTunes release marked the first occasion on which the film had been distributed for mass consumption, having only been run on the festival circuit during the prior year.

The film is an adaptation of a coming-of-age story in which a teenage girl (Jane) summering at an aunt’s chateau in rural France discovers the complexity of romantic relationships—both those of certain family members, as well as her own. Rob plays the role of 18-year-old Richard, the love interest of Jane. Having broken up with her to date another woman prior to her departure for the summer, once dumped by the other, he appears unexpectedly at Jane’s retreat to win her back. Through a series of benign advances (e.g., love letters) and other more forceful attempts, he pushes Jane to come farther into herself.

Having been shot just prior to the release of “Twilight”, “The Summer House” will be regarded as one of Pattinson’s early works, though by the time he played in “The Summer House”, Pattinson had already acted in other major Hollywood films. The release comes just in time for fans craving more of the international mega-star, whose media exposure has fallen off sharply since the release of “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse”.

You can get The Summer House on iTunes here.

Source via source

The Summer House to Be Released On "Love & Mistrust" DVD in the UK   4 comments

Photobucket

The Summer House will be released in the UK on a DVD titled “Love and Mistrust”. Robert Pattinson UK received confirmation from Metrodome Distribution who is in charge of the distribution of the DVD.

The DVD will be out in the UK on August 16th and can be pre-ordered on Amazon UK here.

No word yet if it will be available in the US or any other country.

Reminder: 'The Summerhouse' to be screened at UK's Rushes Soho Short Film Festival   1 comment

 ‘The Summerhouse’ starring Robert Pattinson has made it in as an official selection to be screened at the Rushes Soho Short Film Festival. The festival runs from July 21st – 31st.

summerhouse-richard

The short films will be screened on 7/21, 7/24 & 7/28.  Tickets go on sale June 16, click here for ticket details.


Source via Source