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Pictures of the 'Remember Me' Soundtrack Case   4 comments

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ITN: R-Patz sinks his teeth into Remember Me   Leave a comment

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Robert Pattinson has stepped out of the shadows of Twilight to star in new drama Remember Me.

He stars opposite Emilie de Ravin, who most viewers will recognize as Claire in Lost.

The film follows a couple brought together by their individual feuds with their fathers.

Pattinson’s character Tyler is the son of millionaire Charles Hawkins, played by Pierce Brosnan.

Chris Cooper stars as the father of Emilie’s character Ally, and they struggle to form a working relationship in a single-parent family as she matures into adulthood.

It is definitely a step in the right direction for R-Patz to be considered as a credible actor outside of the Twilight hysteria. Both he and Emilie may now be able to break out of the shackles of their most famous performances.

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Emilie de Ravin talks to Empire Magazine about filming the "Water Fight" Scene   1 comment

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Emilie Talks About Remember Me & Her Kisses with Rob   1 comment

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And another interview – TNT Magazine

The former Melbourne, now LA-based, TV and film star opens up to TNT.

Remember Me is a romantic drama set in New York. What’s your experience of dating in big lonely cities?

It is difficult. People just end up meeting in bars. No one’s actually walking around and interacting. Online dating and all these things … they’re so fake, I’m sure people aren’t really writing proper profiles. It’s all such a game instead of it just being an organic process.

So, to the most important question …What was it like to kiss your Remember Me co-star Robert Pattinson?

I’m so curious about what people want me to say! Do people want a description of his mouth?

Well, is he a good kisser? Girls want to know and you’ve been there …

Yeah, been there, done that, and ticked that one off! He’s a great guy and everything was just very comfortable.

There were tabloid stories suggesting you and Pattinson were a couple. How did you deal with that?

I don’t know. You just ignore it or laugh about it. In a way, it amuses me, but it’s stupid. What are you going to do about it? I should read these things to find out what I’ve been doing!

What are your favourite romantic movies?

Without going into old films, because I could go on about those forever, I suppose something that was relevant to me when I was a teenager was [Baz Luhrmann’s] Romeo + Juliet. I think because it wasn’t fake. It dealt with tragedy. I’ve never been a fan of fluffy romantic movies, showing everyone happy and a perfect ending.

Remember Me deals with teenage angst. What were you like as a teen?

I was so enveloped in this whole new world of acting, it didn’t give me time to deal with that. I moved to LA when I was 18. I moved for a job, then just kept working, so I stayed out. And LA is just crazy. Especially coming from Melbourne, which is a pretty cool, down-to-earth, cosmopolitan city.

In LA you have endless people wanting to be your friend for the wrong reasons or people with ulterior motives. There are some great people there too, but you can’t be naïve.

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Cast Your Vote for Rob, New Moon, and Remember Me for the 2010 MTV Movie Awards   1 comment


Best Kiss

Emilie de Ravin & Robert Pattinson
‘Remember Me

Kristen Stewart & Robert Pattinson
‘The Twilight Saga: New Moon’

Best Male Performance

Robert Pattinson
‘Remember Me’

Robert Pattinson
‘The Twilight Saga: New Moon

Global Superstar

Robert Pattinson

Best Movie

The Twilight Saga: New Moon

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Robert Pattinson and Emilie de Ravin's Interview with IntheNews   1 comment


A rather exhausted looking Robert Pattinson talks to inthenews.co.uk about his new film Remember Me at its premier in London’s Leicester Square.

Following what appeared to be an exhausting few hours on the red carpet, ‘RPattz’ and his most recent leading lady Emilie du Ravin made their way into the Odeon for the premier of their new film, and to talk to yet more journalists.

Glowing in a black lace cocktail dress with terrifyingly high heels, the tiny Emilie du Ravin looked at ease next to her co-star. Poor Pattinson however, who has become synonymous with the Twilight brand and now attracts hundreds of screaming young girls wherever he goes, looked drained after his hours spent talking to fans, signing autographs and ‘biting them’. “I’ve been up since 6am” the heart-throb said wearily.

Nicholas Osborne, Remember Me’s producer, said the Twilight star was on board from the start: “I’m very proud to say that Rob read the script in the parking lot of an In n Out Burger! And it was two months before Twilight came out and Rob signed on and stuck with the project and from there everything snowballed.

“Rob [who is also executive producer on the film] always wanted this project to be handled a certain way and so we consulted with him on the script and various things along the way.”

Emilie (looking surprised) says to Robert: “I didn’t even know you were [executive producer] when we were filming!”

So what makes someone like Robert Pattinson choose a little known film such as this? He says: “I read tons and tons of scripts over the summer after I’d done Twilight, I mean hundreds, and all of them seemed exactly the same, but this one, initially just because the way the dialogue was written, seemed more naturalistic than most things.

“And also Tyler as a character – it seems that most movies that have a young male protagonist as the lead, they either have to be a virgin to begin with and have to learn everything during the movie or they always have to go through the trials of the movie and end up a completely different person afterwards. But Tyler seemed like he came with a lot of baggage, and a developed character, and just ended up being developed in a slightly different way.

“You just never see that in films any more, especially not with young people, and that’s what initially drew me.”

Both Emilie and Robert have difficulties, with their fathers in the film, played by Chris Cooper and Pierce Brosnan, but how was it playing alongside such famed actors? Emilie says: “I was over the moon when I found out Chris was playing my dad, I’ve been a fan of his for years and think he’s just incredible. He’s a very intense person but very giving.”

While Robert added: “When they first talked about the father role I never ever would have thought that it would have been someone like Pierce playing Charles.

“But I think he has this innate like ability about him, as soon as you meet him. And Charles on the page was someone who was very domineering and quite a strong character, and Pierce, just by being Pierce, changed the whole dynamic of it. It was great, as it made it a much more interesting relationship I think.”

Robert’s younger sister in the film, played by Ruby Jerins, has a very sweet relationship with his character Tyler. Robert easily sung the little actress’s praises: “I always wanted a younger sibling and Ruby is one of the best actresses I have ever worked with.

“She is surprisingly articulate about her character, and when I first met her she seemed like a very, very normal kid, and then the more she talked about her character and her character’s development, she could just improvise for hours and she was so comfortable working in front of the camera, and she was really amazing. It was really easy to do anything with her.”

But how was it for him stepping out of the ‘Twilight’: “I never like anything [films], so it’s very easy to decide what to do! Even movies I’m not in! I’ve never felt any pressure to do anything. Even when we were filming it I never thought about the box office or anything.

“It’s not a Twilight movie, its an original screenplay. And it doesn’t fit into any genre. They don’t make movies like it anymore, and that’s the only criteria I really have if there seems to be a gap in the market for something then I just try and do that.”

While Emilie added: “It [the film] didn’t read like script, it read like a letter, it was so honest and organic in that way.

“[Lost] has been a big part of my life and it’s been a great ride. It’s kind of bittersweet that it’s ending.

“I’m glad it’s ending on a high note, but obviously you miss certain things about projects.”

The film, set in New York, deals with some tough issues, but Nicholas Osborne says they were all pleased with how it came out: “We had a lot of New Yorker’s on set, and we had a lot of New Yorkers who had been affected by the events in the movie, and we had a number of cops in the movie who were affected by the events as well, and they all read the script and fell in love with it and felt it was an important story to tell.

“We always felt good about that, that they gave it their stamp of approval.”

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NEW Interview with Rob and Emile at the Remember Me Premiere in London   Leave a comment

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In Remember Me, Robert Pattinson plays Tyler, a troubled 22-year-old who has more family issues than you can shake a stick at. Then he meets Ally, who lives each day to the full since her mother’s murder. But can the tragic circumstances that bought them together keep them there?

“There’s so much more to it than just a love story,” says Robert’s co-star Emilie de Ravin. “It’s about how families and individuals are affected by and react to love and loss and fear and grief, and all of these things.”

After Twilight’s sucess, Robert has his pick of Hollywood’s top roles, so what made him decide to take Remember Me? “It felt very different to anything else was out there, and it felt very real. And I don’t think most films do feel very real in the way that they’re written. So hopefully that comes across,” Robert explained, before adding. “I just really liked the character, I really related to him.”

But what did Robert and Emilie think about working together? “I can’t think of anyone more perfect for the role,” gushed Emilie. “He really was as equally passionate about it as I was and we really did everything we could to develop our roles, and make everything as natural and real as possible.” And Robert was equally as complimentary. “It was really good, she’s really great,” he said, before adding, “Very feisty.”

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Emilie de Ravin speaks about kissing Rob and Pierce talks about filming intense scenes   1 comment

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Emilie Chooses Which British Heartthrob: Pierce or Rob?   1 comment

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