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Robert Pattinson No Longer Attached to Brimstone   5 comments

Confirmed by the ‘Brimstone’ director Martin Koolhoven: Rob is no longer attached to Brimstone…


Andreas Wiseman from Screen Daily, broke the news.

Variety, Deadline and The Hollywood Reporter have articles about Kit Harrington joining the cast and although there’s no “replacement” mention, Rob and Mia’s names are not listed as part of the cast and Dakota Fanning is listed as “Liz” – the main female character and Mia’s original part.


Posted June 24, 2015 by Sim in Brimstone, Robert Pattinson

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Interview – Martin Koolhoven: A movie like Brimstone doesn’t exist yet (translation)   1 comment


Even though the interview doesn’t mention Robert Pattinson, it’s still an interesting read with the director’s ideas about the movie and loads of background info. (Translation by us – please credit)

Next spring Martin Koolhoven  – finally – begins with the shooting of his highly anticipated new film Brimstone. The 45-year-old Dutchman wrote the script for the “violent and epic thriller” himself and managed to get Hollywood stars Mia Wasikowska and Guy Pearce for the main roles. invited Koolhoven to a lunch with the hope to get some more news about his international debut. That worked.


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Posted February 9, 2015 by Sim in Brimstone

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Robert Pattinson To Star as Dennis Stock in Anton Corbijn’s ‘Life’   5 comments

From ScreenDaily:


Robert Pattinson will star as Magnum photographer Dennis Stock and Dane DeHaan will play James Dean in Anton Corbijn’s Life. FilmNation handles international sales and will introduce the script to buyers in Toronto.

See-Saw Films’ Iain Canning and Emile Sherman produce with Christina Piovesan of First Generation Films, marking a post-The King’s Speech reunion between See-Saw and FilmNation. CAA holds US rights.

Luke Davies wrote the screenplay to Life, which chronicles the friendship that ensued when the straight-laced Stock embarked on a road trip with Dean in 1955 for a Life magazine commission.

Filming is scheduled to commence production in February 2014 on location in Canada.

“As an internationally celebrated photographer, Anton Corbijn is the perfect filmmaker to direct Life,” said Canning and Sherman. “Finding the right actor to play James Dean was a big responsibility, but Dane’s body of work has proved what a chameleon he is and what he will contribute to the role.

“Casting Robert Pattinson and Dane DeHaan brings together two of the most exciting young actors of their generation.”

“We were fortunate to work with Anton on A Most Wanted Man and are thrilled to be a part of his next film,” said FilmNation CEO Glen Basner. “His incredible talent combined with the chemistry between Dane and Robert will bring to life the fascinating story of the fast friendship formed at a very pivotal time in Dean’s life.

“The project also marks our re-teaming with See-Saw Films whose impressive track record continuously keeps them a top-player in international film production.”

Pattinson will next be see in David Michôd’s The Rover and starred in David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis as well as the Twilight franchise. He recently wrapped on Cronenberg’s Maps To The Stars .

DeHaan broke out in the sci-fi hit Chronicle and also stars in Toronto entries Devil’s Knot, Metallica Through The Never and Kill Your Darlings. His credits include The Place Beyond The Pines.

For those wondering who Dennis Stock was: he’s the photographer of some of the most iconic photo’s of James Dean. Check some of those out HERE

More after the jump!

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Posted September 5, 2013 by Sim in Robert Pattinson

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*Video* Billie Joe Armstrong From Green Day Says Robert Pattinson Is His First Choice to Play The Lead in American Idiot   2 comments

According to this VH1 pop-up video, Billie Joe Armstrong, the singer / guitarist, of Green Day would like Robert Pattinson to play the lead in American Idiot if it were to be made into a movie. The album American Idiot is the band’s salute to the Bush Years. Hollywood is currently trying to turn it into a movie. 

Original quote from Billie Joe Armstrong from an interview he did with Spinner in 2009. 

Who would you want to play Christian and Gloria if this were given a big screen adaptation?

The girl that played in ‘Juno’ [Ellen Page] — I think she could be Gloria. The song ‘East Jesus Nowhere’ — I got the title from ‘Juno.’ There was that one part where the mother goes, “Why are you driving out in East Jesus Nowhere to go hang out with that couple.” And it was like, “Oh my god, I’ve heard of Bumf— Egypt, but East Jesus Nowhere? That’s amazing.”

And Christian, I’m gonna say maybe that kid in ‘Twilight’ [Robert Pattinson]. He’s a good actor. There’s still more to come with that kid.

Read the full interview here.

Thanks to RobPattMoms for finding the interview. 

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Robert Pattinson’s Bel Ami producers worried about marketing movie   18 comments

From Total Film

Robert Pattinson admits that Bel Ami is still in editing because studio honchos are worried about alienating audiences used to his goody-two-shoes persona in the Twilight franchise.

RPattz plays the titular Bel Ami in an adaptation of Maupassant’s classic novel about a 19th century womanising, social-climbing journalist who sleeps his way round Paris.

Filming in the UK and Budapest opposite leading ladies Uma Thurman, Christina Ricci and Kristen Scott Thomas wrapped in spring 2010 and was originally slated for a Christmas release. It currently has no confirmed opening date.

“We were really true to the book and because the guy is basically a shit who wins everything at the end it’s really difficult to market it  – especially with me in it,” Pattinson tells TF exclusively.

“Everyone’s worried that everyone’s going to be thinking, ‘Oh I want him to be nice, he’s got to be nice to all the ladies’.”

Bel Ami, though, is an unrepentant cad.  “I know,” laughs the Water For Elephants star, “But that was fun!”

Source: Robert Pattinson’s Bel Ami in marketing hell |

Posted March 30, 2011 by Sim in Bel Ami, Robert Pattinson

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Robert Pattinson included in shortlist of actors for Akira   5 comments

EXCLUSIVE: The script for the Warner Bros/Legendary Pictures live action adaptation of anime artist Katsuhiro Otomo’s 6-volume graphic novel Akira has been sent to a short list of actors. The picture is finally taking shape for an August start, following the delivery of a rewrite by Steve Kloves that has director Albert Hughes and the studio brass excited. The story takes place in the rebuilt New Manhattan where a leader of a biker gang saves his friend from a medical experiment.There are two major roles, and I’m told that for Tetsuo, Robert Pattinson, Andrew Garfield and James McAvoy have been given the new script. For the role of Kaneda, the script has been given to Garrett Hedlund, Michael Fassbender, Chris Pine, Justin Timberlake and Joaquin Phoenix. The two leads are expected to come from that group of actors.

Andrew Lazar is producing with Appian Way’s Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Davisson Killoran. Akira has been one of Warner Bros’ high priority projects since the studio with Legendary Pictures acquired it for a 7-figure sum 2 years ago from manga publisher Kodansha. The intention has been to make 2 films, each covering 3 books in the series. Akira was first adapted for the screen in 1988.

More about Akira:

Akira is set in the post-apocalypse Neo-Tokyo of 2019, a vast metropolis built on the ashes of a Tokyo annihilated by an apocalyptic blast of unknown power that triggered World War III. The lives of two streetwise teenage friends, Tetsuo and Kaneda, change forever when dormant paranormal abilities begin to waken in Tetsuo, who becomes a target for a shadowy government operation, a group who will stop at nothing to prevent another catastrophe like that which leveled Tokyo. And at the core of their motivation is a raw, all-consuming fear: a fear of someone – or something – of unthinkably monstrous power known only as… Akira. And Akira is about to rise! [Amazon]

Source: Collider | Indiewire | Deadline | via RPlife | Pattinsonlife

Posted March 22, 2011 by Sim in Robert Pattinson

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Robert Pattinson’s movie Little Ashes – Korean poster   1 comment

Here’s the Korean Poster of Little Ashes starring Robert Pattinson

Source: Le Kinky Twilighters | Via LolaMiSweetLove

Posted March 15, 2011 by Sim in Little Ashes, Robert Pattinson

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How to Be available in Belgium and the Netherlands   3 comments

We are excited to announce that Entertainment 1 will be releasing How To Be on DVD in the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg on 15 March.
How To Be is now available to fans in the U.S. for instant view on Amazon Prime, Amazon’s new streaming service! How To Be can be viewed instantly anytime by those who subscribe to Amazon’s premium service in the U.S.
UK fans can catch How To Be on Sky Movies starting from 3:50pm on Friday 18 March.
Stay tuned for news to come soon on the release of How To Be in Japan, Turkey and other countries. Until then, thanks for all of your support!

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Posted March 12, 2011 by Sim in How to Be, Robert Pattinson

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'Eclipse’ Special Screening in New York on June 28   2 comments

Gossip Cop has learned that there will be a special screening of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse in New York on Monday, June 28.

While Robert Pattinson will not attend due to his commitments with Water for Elephants, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner are expected to be at the screening, along with a number of other cast members.

The film opens nationwide on June 30.


Posted June 16, 2010 by natalienw in Eclipse

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‘Bel-Ami’ will show in India   3 comments

PVR Pictures has announced that Bel Ami has been acquired at the Cannes Film Festival for distribution in India.

PVR Pictures, flagship film production and distribution arm of the PVR Group, acquired many high quality films to be released in India. Some of these much awaited films acquired are the year’s most-awaited movies like Rabbit Hole (Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart), Bel Ami (Rob Pattinson, Uma Thurman, Christina Ricci), Butter (Hugh Jackman & Jennifer Garner), Jack (John Cusack), One Day (Jim Sturgess & Anne Hathaway), Jane Eyre to name a few. In the past, with movies like Burn After Reading, Blindness, Twilight, New Moon, Remember Me, Death At a Funeral, Taking Woodstock, Aviator, Chicago, Finding Neverland, Paris Je taime PVR Pictures with its path breaking efforts has been instrumental in recognizing the gap with respect to the demand and supply of discerning cinema and has successfully been able to contribute in developing the cinema viewing patterns by attracting a growing number of Indian audiences towards quality cinema.

Commenting on the line up of English releases for 2010 Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Bijli, Joint Managing Director, PVR Limited says, “It is an exciting time for us and we are very happy to be distributing some of the most awaited movies of the year in India showcased at Cannes Film Festival 2010. There is an impressive line-up of movies like Rabbit Hole with Nicole Kidman, Bel Ami with Hollywood heartthrob Rob Pattinson, Butter with Hugh Jackman, Jack with John Cusack etc. It is our constant endeavor to offer a wider choice of movies amongst the Indian audiences and with a variety of films releasing, we hope that there is something for everyone to look forward to”.

Also, PVR Pictures is all set to give audiences a never-before movie ride with an array of back to back blockbusters like A Single Man (Colin Firth & Julianne Moore), Edge of Darkness (Mel Gibson), Eclipse (Rob Pattinson) along with all the other exciting releases coming out this year.

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Posted June 4, 2010 by natalienw in Bel Ami, Robert Pattinson

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