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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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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 thinkingofrob@hotmail.com.

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

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Favorite Remember Me Quotes & More   1 comment

I did a round-up of all the Remember Me quote you guys posted in this post here. I also added a few new ones.


Tyler quotes

“And you’re just so… tragically blind that you think the rest of your children are just gonna hang themselves…”

“It was me and Michael’s place. We used to go there for break fast all the time. Probably not as many times as I think we did, but enough. We went there on the morning… that was the last place I saw him.”

“You have a daughter who sincerely believes that you don’t like her. I mean shes trying to communicate, shes speaking, but why aren’t you listening? I mean, why aren’t you riveted? Why is this not the most important thing for one night!”

“Nineteen? Teens, I can do teens.“

“Did you lie to me? That hurts, I’m wounded.”

“Guess it was just there to tease me”

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

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

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

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

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

“Michael was 23. All 23-year-olds drink ’cause it’s new and exciting. Aunt Sara drinks ’cause she wishes she was 23.”

“No, we don’t have enough closet space for that.”

Aidan quotes:

“It must be nice living at the bookstore, by yourself, with all your stacks of books. But, you see, I actually plan on having a career, and a wife, and a girlfriend, and a… and a divorce, and a mid-life stalking episode, and an erectile dysfunction.”

“I’ve only seen him look at one other girl like that and she’s alot shorter and shares his DNA”.

“That’s why chicks dig you, man. They love this freaky, poetic crap.”

“I’ve had enough of this brooding introvert shit! I’m ready to set up an intervention.”

“I’ve planted my flag in every continent.”

Ally quotes:

“Your middle name is Keets? God, your parents are pretentious!”

“What if I choke? What if an asteroid come hurling down onto the restaurant?… I’ll tell you what, if you swear on your eternal soul that I’ll make it through my entree, then I’ll wait. But before you answer, consider that if something does happen, you’ll have to live the rest of your life knowing that not only did you lie to me, but you denied of my one last indulgence. Are you prepared to shoulder that kind of responsibility?”

“Huh. So, this is the whole playful ‘you get me all wet’ part, right? It is cheap. I’ve seen this scene a hundred times. You know what never happens in this scene though? Tyler, who doesn’t really go to school? Tyler, who doesn’t care about his job?”[lifts up the pot of spaghetti and dumps it on Tyler]

Dialogs:

Caroline: [walking on the benches] So are you going to come to the art show?
Tyler: [sitting on his bike] No.
[laughs]
Tyler: Abso-freakin-lutely! Of course I’ll come.

Charles: Could do worse than have a father who bails you out of jail.
Tyler:  I don’t wanna be bailed out of anything.

Ally Craig: My dad just doesn’t know what’s going on right now.
Tyler: What’s going on right now?

Charles: She knows I’ll take care of her.That’s all there is, Tyler.
Tyler: ‘That’s all there is?’ Not enough.

Aidan Hall: Come on! Just one drink!
Tyler: When was the last time you had one drink?
Aidan Hall: [thinks] communion.

Ally Craig: I have my dessert first.
Tyler: Is that a political statement? A medical condition, perhaps?

Ally Craig: You go there to write to him?
Tyler: I just wanted to tell someone about you.

Tyler: Did you just say nihilistic?
Aidan Hall: Yeah, alright? I got it off a cereal box.

Ally Craig: You’re the ass-aholic!
Aidan Hall: Yeah, well… I dunno about – Wait, what?

Aidan Hall: That sale inspired our newest business venture. The S.L.U.T. It’s a Single Lady’s Universal Tote. It’s a one-night-stand travel pack for women. You know? We throw in make-up and toiletries a cell phone charger, cab numbers… We retail it for $19.95. Maybe we’d do an infomercial.
Tyler: Do you think women will buy this, with actual money?
Aidan Hall: Okay. Yeah. You know what? Fine. Be cynical. But think about it, at one point in history, two people had a conversation, a lot like this one about the lightbulb. One went on to fame and fortune, the other probably went to work at Mickey D’s or something.

Some of these quotes came from the Remember IMDB page.

Tate Ellington, Aiden in Remember Me, talks about Robert Pattinson   1 comment

Ok magazine have this exclusive interview with Tate Ellington, Robs co-star in Remember Me:

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Being mobbed every time you leave the house is all in a day’s work for Robert Pattinson.

 

But for Tate Ellington, who played Robert Pattinson’s on-screen best friend in Remember Me, thousands of screaming fans following you down the street is one helluva terrifying experience.

 

OK.co.uk’s Nicola McCafferty spent an evening chatting with Tate, the self-effacing actor who starred as Aidan Hall, about what life is like for the Twilight hunk; how tricky it is working with him and how they escaped the hysteria…

 

What was it like working with Rob on Remember Me, did you guys strike up an instant rapport?

 

“Yeah I think so [I hope so]! I met Rob at the screen test and luckily I wasn’t too nervous that day as I was like I probably won’t get the job so… 

 

“But when I got the job and I met him again, he was automatically as nice as can be and I had to make a point to be more talkative as I can be really shy, and Rob had a bit of shyness too. 

 

“I was happy he wasn’t like this big jerk coming into the room and he was utterly always so humble and nice about everything.”
  

 

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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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How Are We Celebrating the Release of Remember Me in DVD? With 250 Colour Enhanced Pics   2 comments

Since the Remember Me DVD is being released today we’re celebrating with 250 colour enhanced & black & white pics of Robert Pattinson, Emilie de Ravin, Ruby Jerins, Pierce Brosnan, Lena Olin and Tate Ellington. These are pics we’ve made over the year. Hope you enjoy them! We’re also doing a Remember Me DVD giveaway. Details to come.

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Tate Ellington Speaks About Auditioning for “Remember Me” & Meeting Rob   Leave a comment


Q: Tell us a little about auditioning for “Remember Me” to being on set to now seeing it on the big screen.

A: The audition process for “Remember Me” was a nightmare. I had to go in four separate times over the course of a few months. The first time I went in I didn’t think I was right for the part, I had only read half the script and I forgot my sides. I was off to a great start. I was told that I had done great, but they were going to try and find a “name” in L.A. If they didn’t find a name then I would be in the running. I figured that was it, and put it out of my mind. A month later, I got a call that I would be coming back in for the director. I thought the director hated me. I thought I was doing so badly that I almost got and apologized for wasting everybody’s time. Turns out he loved me. A few weeks later I went to meet Rob and do a screen test with him. Luckily, I was performing on Broadway at the time so I could relax a little bit because I new I had a paycheck. Rob was great! The screen test went wonderfully. The director and producer loved me, but Summit still wasn’t sold. I had to go back in a few later to sort of hash out what I would do with the character. The director fought for me and eventually I got the job. It is strange to see it out there. It is completely out of your hands now. It’s an odd feeling. I am extremely proud to have been a part of it. I have read most of the comments and reviews about it. I am so thankful that they love it or hate it — that people are actually talking about it. I love that people actually have an opinion about it and a strong one at that.

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