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ToR Sign got signed!   Leave a comment

@Susi_DuCranier was at the Berlin premiere of Bel Ami and was lucky enough to get the Thinking of Rob sign we posted HERE signed by Rob! Thanks for sending us the pic! Did you get yours signed? Or did you get a pic of Rob? We’d love to see them 😉

Signed ToR Signs At the London Premiere of Water for Elephants!   Leave a comment

Here’s are some ToR signs that were autographed by Robert Pattinson at the London Premiere! Did you get a ToR sign autographed? If so send us the picture and we’ll post it! 

Here’s one from KiPatz signed by Rob & Christoph 

We know vampirefreak101 has some signed ones as well which we’ll upload when we get the pics!

You can see Rob autographing a sign at around 0:30 in the video below. 

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ToR Signed Signs!! Print Yours and Get it Signed and Send Us a Pic!   1 comment

3 people so far have managed to get their ToR signs signed! One in NYC and two in Berlin. You can click here to get the signs and print them off. Send us pics of you guys with ToR signs and we’ll post them! You guys seriously rock! 

Here’s one from @H2B_AtWar  who got hers signed in NYC 

Here’s a pic @gottcha78 sent to us: the NYC sign in the background 😉

slowie from our site got hers signed in Berlin yesterday 

Bellice Sylvia Redd also got hers signed in Berlin yesterday 

ToR’s Review of Water for Elephants: “Water for Elephants is the Most Spectacular Show on Earth”   19 comments

Thanks to Fox, we were lucky enough to see Water for Elephants at the Premiere in New York City last Sunday. Here’s our review of the movie. 

Based on the New York Times best-selling novel penned by Sara Gruen, Water for Elephants is set during the Great Depression of the 1930s. The movie plunges you into an era where travelling circuses and big tops were all the rage.  Jacob Jankowski (Pattinson,) a veterinary student at Cornell, learns rapidly how life can change with the blink of an eye when his parents die in an accident. Alone with nowhere to go and no money Jacob jumps on a train, which turns out to be owned by the Benzini Brothers, a travelling circus. First seen as an intruder by the owner of the circus, August (cleverly played by Christoph Waltz,) his veterinary skills quickly come in handy and help him find his own place in the circus. When Jacob meets August’s wife Marlena (played by Reese Witherspoon,) he falls under her charm and soon has to deal with the furious temper of a crazed husband. 

Ladies and gentleman prepare to be wooed; this is Robert Pattinson like you’ve never seen him before. From laughter to extreme frustration, Pattinson displays a wide array of emotions, showing his worth as an actor. Witherspoon and Waltz also show their amazing Oscar winning capabilities in this movie. As a secondary character, Hal Holbrook plays the part of an older Jacob Jankowski marvellously well. In the fashion of great Hollywood love stories, the transition between “old Jacob” and “young Jacob” is cleverly played. 

Water for Elephants is beautifully shot. Francis Lawrence manages to bring an entire era to life on the silver screen. You’ll go through a roller-coaster of emotions,  from laughter to tears. For fans of the book, you will definitely not be disappointed, the screenplay written by Richard LaGravenese, stays true to the book. 

Definitely a must see! Water for Elephants is simply the most spectacular show on earth… 

ToR Sign Signed By Rob and the Cast of Water for Elephants   11 comments

H2B_AtWar had printed a Thinking of Rob signed and was lucky enough to get it signed by Rob and the entire cast of Water for Elephants! I wish we could have had one signed too, I have to admit I’m a little bit jealous at the moment 😉 Thanks to EdwardsVenom for the pics of Rob signing! 

Here’s the pic of Rob looking at the sign before signing it =) 

What Do You Think of Our New Site? We’d Love to Get Feedback From You Guys!   34 comments

As many of you know,  a few weeks ago we switched back to wordpress after being on another server for more than a year. Sadly we lost a lot of data during the site move, but we’ll try to fix that as soon as possible.

We’ve tried to stay as true to our old template as possible. Sim added a great new Water for Elephants banner in the right sidebar. We’d like to know what you guys think of the new site.  How do you like this site? What do you think we could change that would make it better? We always love getting feedback from you guys! So lurkers come out of hiding and let us know what you think! 😉

Leave your thoughts in the comments!

Posted February 17, 2011 by justfp in Robert Pattinson

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Disclaimer: No One From ToR Will Be at the Eclipse Premiere   7 comments

Special Disclaimer regarding the Eclipse Premiere:

Due to events that happened during the Remember Me Premiere, where people claimed they were from our site to gain special access, I thought it would be a good idea to get the word out before the event that NO ONE from Thinking of Rob will be present at the Eclipse Premiere in LA on June 24th.

People from ToR have not been present during ANY promotional events except for the Jimmy Kimmel Live Q &A this past week. In fact none of us have ever met Rob or any of his cast mates.

If you meet someone claiming to be from our site they are not, they are posing as us.


Posted June 23, 2010 by justfp in Eclipse

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ToR Reviews "Fame: Robert Pattinson" The Comic Book   1 comment


BlueWater Comics sent us a copy of  “Fame: Robert Pattinson” for Review. We’re a bit late doing the review, sorry for the delay. Huge thanks to our guest poster AccentonLife for writting this article for ToR.

OK, let’s be honest here. If you’re a fan of Robert Pattinson (or even a regular visitor to this site), you already know the information in Fame: Robert Pattinson. But, for $3.99, it’s a worthwhile investment.

In this comic, you learn briefly about Pattinson’s early life. (The illustrations of his parents and of his two sisters dressing him up are easily two of the most amusing in the comic.) It then takes readers through his early film roles up to his part as Georges Duroy in Bel Ami. Pattinson’s story is told through an intriguing blend of narrative bits, illustrations and quotes from the actor himself.

The storytelling relates in some way back to the movies Pattinson has been in, but the authors find a way to stretch discussion of movie roles into discussions about his life in general. For example, part of the discussion about The Haunted Airman deals with Pattinson smoking and how many times he is photographed with a cigarette, relating it back to how many times his character lights up in that film. The authors also talk about Pattinson’s musical abilities as part of a discussion about the Twilight soundtrack.

The illustrations themselves are, in an odd way, rather interesting. The cover is the closest likeness. The inside illustrations, while portraying him in memorable poses and pieces of clothing, certainly are of that comic book/anime variety. Pattinson is often portrayed, particularly for professional photoshoots such as the one he did for GQ, in a suave, sophisticated manner. It’s interesting to see him portrayed in the slightly less perfect light of comic drawing – more angular, additional lines, harsher scruff. Nevertheless, fans will be satisfied with just how realistic these images are.

The collages are also fun. There is one that pieces together the book covers of the Twilight saga and another that illustrates some of his early roles. It’s not quite a “Where’s Waldo,” but it’s entertaining to see what you spot in them.

Perhaps the best thing about this comic is the use of quotes from Pattinson. They are scattered throughout the comic and provide a bit of insight into his thoughts on fame and the movies he’s done. One such quote is particularly perceptive: “I didn’t do anything out of the ordinary to be so famous. It all comes down to those 5 minutes of emotions that you give to people and that’s nice to feel. It’s part of the magic and everything that comes from making movies. The expectations, the dreams, the fantasies; it’s all an illusion. I’m a very normal guy, I can promise you that.”

Perhaps that sums up both Pattinson and this comic best. For fans, this will be another piece to add to the collection.

You can purchase Fame here on Amazon.

Thinking of Rob Mentioned in Australia's Dolly Magazine this Month   10 comments

Wow, I’m a bit speechless. emscharitykiss just sent this to me. Her site also got a mention.

No One From ToR Was Present at The Remember Me Premiere Last Night   16 comments

We’ve been hearing from many that they’ve met people from our site last night at the Remember Me Premiere. I want to say that no one from Thinking of Rob was at the Remember Me Premiere last night except Rebekah who was nowhere near the press area.

From what we’ve been told 2 girls had fake press passes and tried to gain access to the press area and caused some havoc. Furthermore from what we’ve been told this was not only at the Premiere but at NBC as well.We’re very sorry this was done under Thinking of Rob’s name and feel embarrassed to have this image projected onto us. However in the society we live in we all know how easy it is to spread false rumors. Therefore we wanted to take a moment out of this busy day to clear our name.

I can assure you that no one from our site tried to access the press section at the Remember Me Premiere last night. In fact we were all on here posting updates. If you’ve met people at the Remember Me Premiere last night it was not us but people claiming to be us.

Posted March 2, 2010 by justfp in Robert Pattinson

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