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Sarah Gadon Mentions Rob in New Interview   Leave a comment

Sarah Gadon talks about media interest in Robert Pattinson


Eric Maddox Talks About Rob and Mission: Blacklist   1 comment

Eric Maddox talks about approving the decision of casting Rob, meeting Rob for 14 hours earlier this month, how committed he is to the project, scouting locations in Iraq and more.

At 11:10 talks about having the final decision on Rob’s casting and 22:38 talks about meeting Rob and more about the movie

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HitFix Talks Cosmopolis and Cannes Buzz   Leave a comment

From HitFix/Guy Lodge:

Cannes Check: David Cronenberg’s ‘Cosmopolis’ 
Continuing our series of Cannes competition previews 

The auteur: David Cronenberg (Canadian, 69 years old)

The talent: At this stage in his career, we don’t expect an undistinguished cast from a Cronenberg film, and true to form, this one is packed to the rafters with interesting names — though not ones you’d necessarily expect on one bill. Juliette Binoche (returning to Cannes for the first time since winning Best Actress two years ago), Samantha Morton, Paul Giamatti, Mathieu Amalric and Jay Baruchel are all on board — as, more improbably, is Somalian rapper K’Naan. (On a side note, this is the director’s first feature in 10 years not to star Viggo Mortensen.)

The big attraction, however, is some guy called Robert Pattinson in the lead. It’s perhaps the poppiest casting coup of Cronenberg’s career, and the best chance yet for the talented British heartthrob to win some admirers beyond the fiercely devoted “Twilight” faithful.
A major point of interest is that this is Cronenberg’s first self-scripted feature since 1999’s “eXistenZ,” which rather increases the possibility of the director letting his freak flag fly. Below the line, meanwhile, it’s business as usual: cinematographer Peter Suschitzky has shot all Cronenberg’s films since “Dead Ringers” in 1998, composer Howard Shore has scored all but one since “The Brood” in 1979, while editor Ronald Sanders and costume designer (and sister) Denise Cronenberg go similarly far back. This sturdy team is just about as integral to the Cronenberg brand as Cronenberg himself.


The buzz: Through. The. Roof. Casting Pattinson in the lead has ensured that, in an unusual occurrence, the arthouse intelligentsia and the screaming teen hordes are going to converge on the same red carpet, making “Cosmopolis” surely the hottest ticket of the festival. What that means for the film itself is harder to gauge. With the festival’s flashbulbs fixed squarely on it, the film’s under pressure to deliver — but it’s likelier to satisfy, or at least stimulate, the Cronenberg acolytes than the mainstream media drawn more by the casting than the challenging match of director and source material. Mixed reviews wouldn’t necessarily be a bad thing: it could be one of those strange festival brews for which critical consensus is slow to emerge.

The odds: The bookies like the film’s Palme chances — Paddy Power currently gives it strong odds of 11-2 — but in this case, I don’t think they’re necessarily being deceived by the bright lights. Cronenberg is well overdue for some major festival hardware, and the film’s themes would make it an attractively timely winner. I have my doubts about the Palme going to a big-name North American dreamer two years in a row, but of all the English-language films in Competition, this feels to me like the best bet. R.Pattz for Best Actor, on the other hand? I’m not sure the internet can handle that.

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Click HERE if you’d like to read the LA Times article about the Cannes jury selections. 


Magnolia Pictures Tweets About Rob + Old Still, Now HQ   Leave a comment

The Bel Ami US Distributor, Magnolia Pictures Tweeted about Robert Pattinson and generously gave us this old still now in HQ

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Maggie Grace Talks Rob and Breaking Dawn Part 2   1 comment

Maggie Grace mentions Robert Pattinson and Breaking Dawn Part 2 at WonderCon

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Christina Ricci Talks About Rob and Bel Ami on Jonathan Ross   Leave a comment

Christina Ricci talks about Bel Ami and Robert Pattinson during her appearance on Jonathan Ross


Mackenzie Foy talks about working with Rob   1 comment

Vh1 interviews Mackenzie Foy and asks about working with Rob

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Tom Sturridge Explains Why He Won’t Discuss Rob   2 comments

Tom Sturridge explains why he won’t discuss Rob in a new interview

He refuses point blank, to talk about his girlfriend, Sienna Miller, or Robert Pattinson, his childhood friend.
“When you agree to be interviewed, it’s an opportunity to review your own moronic-ness” he says. “It’s OK if I come across as a complete idiot, but it’s not fair for me to describe or refer to anyone else. Anyone can be tainted by my mention of them”.

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Posted October 30, 2011 by itsjustme1217 in Robert Pattinson

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Ashley Green Talks About Robert Pattinson   3 comments

Ashley Green mentions Robert Pattinson in her interview with Allure magazine.

The actress iniatilly tried out for the role of Bella before being called back to audition for Alice, a character she related to immediately upon reading the books. “Everyone asks, ‘Weren’t you jealous?’ No, I think that the casting was so spot-on, especially between Rob and Kristen,” Greene says. “Dude, I just got lucky in all fronts, because not only am I in Twilight, but the character’s just so damn lovable.”

Greene talks about the Twilight cast as if they were a second family, and about Pattinson as if he were an awkward brother. ” Rob. Oh, Rob. He’s very endearing, but you’ve seen his interviews. He’s like, ‘Ah, I don’t know… Oh, God,” Greene bumbles in imitation. Despite poking a little fun at him, she credits Pattinson (she calls him a “phenomenal actor”) and the rest of the actors for helping her cope with sudden fame. “All of us essentially were unknown. So everyone kind of went through this crazy whirlwind [together],'” Greene says. “It was really nice to be able to confide in people who were going through the exact same thing.” The vampires also bonded over a mutual dislike for the makeup and the yellow contacts, which cut off their peripheral vision.

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Hugh Jackman Talks About Singing Karaoke with Rob   2 comments

Hugh Jackman recalls singing karaoke with Robert Pattinson in Japan.

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Posted October 10, 2011 by itsjustme1217 in Robert Pattinson

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