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Flashback Pic Post: Robert Pattinson on the Set of Remember Me – Part III   Leave a comment

Here’s part III of our flashback pic post of Robert Pattinson on the set of Remember Me. To check out part I click here, for part II click here.


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Flashback Pic Post: Remember Stills With Robert Pattinson   Leave a comment

Here’s a flashback pic post of all the Remember Me stills (I think). There might be a few missing though. I’ve added a few stills that Robert Pattinson isn’t in as well. Enjoy! 


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Remember Me One Year Anniversary Post: More Than 200 Pics & Videos!   6 comments

It’s a been a year since the official release of Remember Me. Many sites have been doing anniversary posts. Here is ours 😉 We’ve included more than 200 pics and some videos. Hope you enjoy!

We also made “Tyler’s Journal” so head over to An Unofficial Remember Me site to see it by clicking here.

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Flashback Pic Spam Post: All The Remember Me Stills With Robert Pattinson in Them   11 comments

In lieu of doing a poll this morning (because I sometimes run out of ideas on what to ask) I decided to do a pic spam of all the stills of Robert Pattinson in Remember Me. I think I got them all, although I might have missed a few.

By the way if you have any poll ideas send them over to us by either tweeting them to us @ThinkingofRob, leaving a comment here or e-mailing your suggestions to us at

Here are over 100 Remember Me stills featuring Robert Pattinson as Tyler Hawkins.

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62 New Remember Me Stills!   8 comments

Here are some new Remember Me Stills of Robert Pattinson, Emilie de Ravin, Ruby Jerins, Chris Cooper, Pierce Brosnan, Tate Ellington & Lena Olin.


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New Interviews With Robert Pattinson and the rest of the Remember Me Cast and Crew at the Press Junket   Leave a comment

Here are more interviews with Rob and the rest of the cast at the Remember Me press junket.
Robert Pattinson Interview
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Emilie de Ravin Intervie
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Pierce Brosnan Interview
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Allen Coulter & Will Fetters Interview
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Here are more videos where the cast speak about Rob

Chris Cooper –  at 2:51 HERE

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Chris Cooper Speaks About Robert Pattinson in an Interview with The Movie Source   1 comment

Co-starring with Cooper is Twilight heartthrob Robert Pattinson, who plays the love interest of his character Neil’s daughter Ally, played by Emilie de Ravin. He had this to say regarding his experience working with Pattinson.

“I liked slapping that kid around…a lot,” Chris jokes, “No, it was good. It was enjoyable. It was real good working with him. We were very careful about that. I know people are making a real big deal about that scene. We were very careful and safety conscious and all that business and it worked out really well.”

However, while Robert Pattinson became a virtual overnight sensation with his role in the Twilight films, Chris says that it gave him no preconceived notions about his co-star’s level of acting commitment.

“Not for me,” Cooper states, “That’s up to him how he comes across. I’m going in with an open mind and to work with another colleague. I don’t mean this as harsh as this sounds, but in one respect, I know what he’s up against. At his age back in my career, I couldn’t handle what he’s up against. But at the same time, that’s his business. We have a job to do and that shouldn’t influence the work.”

Pattinson is not the first major young Hollywood star that Cooper has acted alongside. He has worked with actor Jake Gyllenhaal on both October Sky and Jarhead and has worked with Tobey Maguire. The actor compares his previous experiences to that of his current one with Pattinson.

“It’s just about the same,” Chris claims, “He’s learning the ropes, but the good thing, like a lot of those other guys, like Jake and Tobey, Robert, I think, is making good choice and I think he’ll probably expand more so than just being an actor. I just have this feeling. But if he can handle this phenomenal fan base, if he can get that under his belt and deal with it and continue to make the good choices, I think that he’ll do really well.”

We wondered if Chris has learned just as much from his young co-stars as they have from him.

“Yeah, yeah,” he answers, “Probably not what you expect, but that some of the young actors have to realize that time is money in filmmaking. The budgets are getting tighter and tighter and there’s a theory among some actors that, ‘Well, I don’t want to know my lines completely, because when I’m on camera, I want to struggle for the words so it makes me look more real.’ Well, that doesn’t always work and the actor is so unfamiliar with the lines that he kills a good take and he kills other people’s work.”

“That’s the whole idea of coming prepared to do your day’s work and I’ve had to instill or stress that on a couple of young actors because it’s real irritating when that happens,” Cooper adds, “They’re big boys and I’m not going to soft-pedal when they’re interfering in my career. That’s a time when I’ll confront and I can’t be soft about it. Oddly enough, I’d say, down the road, they appreciate it. Because if they don’t and they continue in this business, somebody else is going to confront them or they are going to get fired.”

You can read the rest of the interview here

Source: The Cinema Source via RP Life

Chris Cooper Speaks about Rob and Remember Me   1 comment

NEW YORK – Chris Cooper certainly didn’t build an impressive resume of 57 films and an Academy Award, plus television and Broadway work, by being a prima donna.

The hard-working, plain-spoken actor takes a down-to-earth approach to his craft, one that’s not surprising for a guy who studied both acting and agriculture at the University of Missouri and got his start in community theater pounding nails as a set builder. Stardom doesn’t interest him; acting does.

Through an amazing run of movies ranging from John Sayles’ gritty, low-budget “Matewan” to the inspirational “October Sky” to the controversial Oscar-winning “American Beauty” to the reality-bending “Adaptation” (for which he won an Academy Award as best supporting actor), Cooper has proven himself to be as durable as he is versatile.

His latest film is “Remember Me,” in which he plays a hard-nosed New York cop from Queens who clashes violently with his college-student daughter’s rebellious boyfriend (who happens to be played by that handsome young star of the moment, Robert Pattinson).

Cooper, who is openly critical of young actors who seem to relish red-hot celebrity more than the precise, demanding work of acting, had a lot to say about his co-star Pattinson during a recent press junket for the film.

Mainly, that Pattinson is no prima donna.

“Robert is learning the ropes,” said Cooper, whose squinty gaze and no-nonsense manner could certainly intimidate any young actor. “He’s relatively new in the business. What he’s doing is making some good choices, I think. I think he wants to be a serious actor, and he’s a lovely guy. So realizing what he has to deal with, all the demands of the `Twilight’ popularity and the distractions, I think he’s handling it amazingly well.”

With paparazzi and groupies descending on the shooting locations in New York every day, Cooper admitted to being occasionally aggravated by the distractions that came with Pattinson’s presence.

“But Robert was a consummate professional,” Cooper said. “He always did his homework and came to the set prepared.”

One of Cooper’s pet peeves is with young actors coming to the set looking like they’ve just rolled out of bed without having done their homework, without having all their lines memorized.

“I let them know I’m not pleased. I confront them with it,” he said bluntly, while declining to name names. “There’s this theory that I’m hearing time and time again with young actors that, `well, if I don’t learn my lines to the word it looks good on camera if I’m thinking about those words, trying to pull them.’

“Well, nine times out of ten that’ll kill a scene because the director’s saying, `what are you doing?’” Cooper said. “Get in the scene, get involved in the scene, get involved with the other actor you’re working with. And you just can’t do that if you don’t know your lines. It’s just happened to me too many times.

“I don’t care if they resent it (when he confronts them),” he said. “They’re working with me. Time is money in a production – we never have enough rehearsal time when we’re shooting a film – actors should come prepared. To his credit, Robert always did.”


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Robert Pattinson, 'Remember Me' Co-Stars Answer Fans in Exclusive Video Interviews   Leave a comment

We’ve already posted the Rob one but here it is again with the others. From Moviefone

There’s no mistaking Tyler Hawkins for Edward Cullen.

Tyler — the young romantic ‘Twilight’ heartthrob Robert Pattinson portrays in the new drama ‘Remember Me’ — is still brooding, but more in a Holden Caulfield, disenfranchised upper-crest New Yorker sort of way (rather than, you know, troubled by the anxieties of blood-lust and immortality).

Pattinson and co-stars Pierce Brosnan,Emilie de Ravin and Chris Cooper, plus director Allen Coulter and screenwriter Will Fetters, hit New York recently to talk about the Manhattan-set drama. And since, well, we had a feeling the masses of R.Patz fans might be just a little bit enthused to have their existence officially acknowledged by the actor, we opened up the floor for fan-submitted questions.

The gracious Pattinson played along, answering questions about whether or not he’d ever consider playing James Bond (“I don’t know if I’d be capable of it, I think you need to be pretty fit for that”), the awkwardness of love scenes, his acting inspirations (“Joaquin Phoenix, Ryan Gosling“) and what he could never give up (“Beer”).

Robert Pattinson Q&A

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Videos: Collider's Behind the Scenes of "Remember Me" and Interview with Robert Pattinson   Leave a comment

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