Archive for the ‘Salvador Dali’ Tag

Flashback Pic Post: Robert Pattinson in Little Ashes   3 comments

Here’s a flashback pic post of Robert Pattinson as Salvador Dali in Little Ashes. 

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Great New Robert Pattinson Pic Edits by @Creationsjules   2 comments

Here are new Robert Pattison pic edits made by Jules

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‘Little Ashes’ DVD will be available in Brazil in October   2 comments

The Costa foforkiana Elaine shared with us information about the new film Little Ashes, where Robert Pattinson plays the painter Salvador Dali. The film will hit video stores on Oct. 6 with the name Poucas Cinzas.

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Round-Up of Your Favorite Robert Pattinson Movie Quotes   4 comments

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“Michael, Caroline asked me what would I say if I knew you could hear me. I said: “I do know. I love you. God, I miss you, and I forgive you.”

“You once told me, our fingerprints don’t fade from the lives we touch. Is that true for everybody, or is it just poetic bullshit?”

“What ever you do in life will be insignificant, but it’s very important that you do it. Because nobody else will. Like when someone comes into your life and half of you says you’re nowhere near ready, but the other half says: make her yours forever.”

“I’ll have to check my book. Uh… Abso-freakin-lutely! Are you insane? I’m going to be there the day before. I’m going to camp out.”

“Mademoiselle Fleischman. Ma petite soeurette, une freak of nature. Mon Dieu. Sacre Bleu. French toast.”

“You know what day I’m staring at, Michael. By 22, Ghandi had 3 kids; Motzart, 37 sym phonies; and Buddy Holly was dead.”

Tyler: “Lucky for you I’m undecided.“
Ally: “About what?“
Tyler: “Everything.”

“And you think they’re going to buy this with actual money?”

“I guess it was just here to tease me.

“So, dessert first in case of asteroids, yes. But kissing a guy you seem at least somewhat attracted to before riding off into the unknown New York night alongside a panda you’ve only just met, no?”

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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

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Toby Jugg – The Haunter Airman

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Daniel Gale – The Bad Mother’s Handbook

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Art Freeman – How to Be

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Salvador Dali – Little Ashes

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The Summer House

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Edward Cullen – The Twilight Saga

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Tyler Hawkins – Remember Me

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Georges DuRoy – Bel Ami

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Jacob Jankowski – Water for Elephants

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From Harry Potter to Eclipse, Which is Your Favorite Role Rob Played?   60 comments

From Harry Potter to Eclipse which is your favorite Robert Pattinson role? I’m leaving out the smaller movies such as Rings of the Nibelungs and The Summer House as not many people have seen them. I’ll probably surprise no one by saying that my favorite Rob role is Tyler Hawkins. Let us know which role is your favorite in the comments.

Here’s a little refresher for you guys 😉

Cedric Diggory – Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

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'Little Ashes' won award at Italian Film Festival   1 comment

SCHERMI D’AMORE 2010
The award winners at the International Festival of Film Melodrama

AUDIENCE PRIZE – THE SCHERMI D’AMORE ROSE

The Schermi d’Amore Rose goes to the film Little Ashes (Great Britain – Spain, 2009) directed by Paul Morrison.

This year it was once again the audience who awarded the prize at the 14th festival dedicated to romantic films and melodrama.

Winner of Schermi d’Amore in 1999 with Solomon and Gaenor, which had its world première in Verona, Paul Morrison’s was among the five foreign films nominated for Oscars the following year. Now the refined British director has once again been recognized for his talent with a biopic which takes him from Wales in the 1910s (the setting for Solomon and Gaenor) to the Spain of the 1920s, for a tragic love story. The tormented relationship between Federico García Lorca (1899-1936) and Salvador Dalí (1904-1989), which the painter – after the Andalusian dramatist’s execution by Franco’s supporters – kept secret until the final years of his life. The Surrealist genius – played by Robert Pattinson before starring in Twilight – is portrayed during his university years, torn between his attraction for the author of Sonnets of Dark Love and his desire for fame and fortune, which would take him to Paris with the director Luis Buñuel (1900-1983), the third legendary Spanish figure with whom he would create the famous short, Un chien andalou (1929).

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