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Maps to the Stars Press Conference – Videos of Robert Pattinson & Cast at Cannes   1 comment

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Rough Transcript of the Breaking Dawn: Part II Press Conference in Berlin   7 comments

Here is the transcript of the Breaking Dawn: Part II press conference in Berlin today. 

Question for RKT; asking for their favourite lines in the whole saga.

Taylor has some lines popping into his head, he doesn’t know. He liked the tent scene.

Rob’s favourite line is in Twilight and it was Bella’s line and he thought it was so funny how she said “You’re beautiful.”

Kristen talks about Bella, how she changed during the saga. She says she still feels really close to all the scenes.

Rob asked about the fans. He admires their devotion for the movies and is happy they stayed that long

Wyck talks about the script, the changes between book – movie. The movie has to be interesting for the fans. More action scenes

Taylor talks that its weird, the end. no more twi movies.

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Rough Transcript of the Breaking Dawn: Part II Press Conference in Madrid   6 comments

Here is a rough transcript done by us of the Breaking Dawn: Part II press conference in Madrid. Sorry for the typos and such. 

The  movie has more special effects that avatar (Bill Condon)

Q: success in your careers have a huge personal price, worth it?

KS: she would trade nothing, they do it to find unique equations like being part of such a special project

TL: “he would not trade it for the world either” re success and cost in personal life

Rob: difficult to add anything after KS and TL comments He would not trade for anything, it’s been amazing (laughing)

Q for Rob: 2 different Bella’s. Book and movies. Which one will you prefer and Edward would prefer

Rob: He would prefer fictional women (laughs)

Rob: E thinks is in control but he really is not in control.He wanted to add some self awareness  Edward loves himself more in the books and he (Rob) does not find that very attractive

Q from Antena3: Have fans evolved too in the last 5 years

Taylor: he’s never seen a franchise driven by fans like this one, they are unreal. They make the movies for them. This has turned into something they never expected. Continues to shock him continuously. Not used to fan support still but it’s amazing

Rob: there is a devotional aspect to the specific twilight fans. After 1st one makes u feel what you are doing is more important.  It has created a sense of responsibility/duty. He did not realize that existed until shooting the 2nd one with fans showing on set

Kristen: it’s difficult to put finger on why this things has turned into. Energy contagious. If there was a knowledgeable equation they would be creating phenomenon all the time. Most fuelling baffling unique feeling.

Q: evolution and continuity on the films, how does BD2 fit on the franchise?

WG: one of wonderful thing BC did with movie is to give a rounded look of vampires around the world. Also B finally becomes what she wanted recreating the very rich mythology SM created. Bill Condon made us feel like a vampire in this movie. We started with Twi 1 with very intimate movie and we finish with this epic battle.

Q: for the 3 of them. Which scenes will you remember most fondly? specially memorable for you?

KS: there are so many. TL and RP say childbirth and laugh.

KS: childbirth  wedding, baseball scene was very difficult and crew members still talk about how difficult that was. 1st kiss (such a big deal), walking down the stairs in ridiculous cast. me and Billy (Charlie) did not have much material but what we had had a particular dynamic. (Host asked about her memories with Billy)

TL: there are a few that jumped to mind for different reasons. In BD1 imprinting was a challenge for me. there was an x in the wall and direction was to imprint on the X! that was a huge challenge. Physical challenge carrying KS for 12 hrs in very intense scene too!

KS and TL seem to be discussing the scene where he carried her while host translates answers into spanish

Rob: re:memorable scenes. They are all pretty difficult (laughs) Scene in Eclipse when David S told him to do vampire face. Scary face rest of Eclipse was pretty difficult (and laughs)

Q: for BC and WG BD2 was supposed to be in 3D but it’s not, why? what happened?

BC: both movies shot at the same time so it became really impossible to turn into 3D

WG: difficult switching cameras from 3D to normal. It would also have been a mistake to do it in 3D BD2  always tried to tell the story in the purest and simplest form and 3D would not have allowed that

Q: congrats on battle scene. What has fans done or given to each of you that has surprised to the most?

Guy almost spoiled the movie talking about the twist but they asked him to not talk about it! Phew!

BC: it’s been great to see fan reactions for the movie ending. Let’s wait until it premieres to talk about it so fans can see the ending

Rob: just over the years all the kind of crazyness is massively overwhelming. Last premiere in LA the simplicity of how everyone camped out

Rob: fans respecting admiration for the books and thanking us. I thought that’s been pretty sweet. Germany with 30K fans was insane

TL: does not want to repeat himself. The LA premiere something felt a little different this time, obviously the last one. A lot of fans devote their life to the franchise. He saw so many twi related tattoos. Credit goes to characters and books that SM created

KS: the last premiere I saw people I’ve seen since the very beginning. You don’t think u can have a very personal experience in such a crowd  but you can. Amazing to be right in the middle of something so big

Rob has been doodling continuously! Taylor and Wyck keep peeking at it

Q: as reader and fan of the movie what do you think of the end of the saga?

BC: it’s a tribute to what a great simple idea SM had. Why did E fall in love with B? because he can’t read her! And then that turns into a power. And that comes full circle and protects her whole family with it. So the reason E fell in love with B ends up saving and protecting them all

KS: I always felt like B’s the one that is easier to grasp because she is human. In this one I never felt I was into fantasy land at the end she is this very realized incredibly open disarmingly matriarch very satisfying. She lets everyone else see her the way she is

This is it! Time is up. Thank you guys.

Breaking Dawn Part 2 – Comic Con Fan Panel – Transcripts   1 comment

We left out the clip parts so you won’t get spoiled. You can find the BDP2 clip descriptions HERE

Coming Soon transcript

A special moment of remembrance was held in memory of Gisela Gagliardi, the fan who tragically lost her life earlier this week.

Taylor Lautner, Rob Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have taken the stage to much screaming!

Mackenzie Foy has come to the SDCC stage for the first time ever! Stephenie Meyer has joined as well and they’re going to play a special message from Bill Condon. He could not be in attendance because he is scoring the film in London. They’re about to show the first seven minutes! Whoa.

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Video + Transcript from the Curzon Mayfair Q&A in London   5 comments

*UPDATE* Full audio added: *WARNING* Contains spoilers!

Transcript of part of the Q&A – Just Rob’s answers – thanks to Red Carpet News TV (the first 3 questions are on the video above)

Rob your character in Cosmopolis is very dark and considerably troubled was it a deliberate decision to move away from things you’d already done?
No not really. I never tried to move away from anything in particular. With Bel Ami I read it after the first Twilight and liked it then. I thought it was kind of funny; it’s the only job I’ve ever done where I’ve been worried about the audience perception. To go from playing one character who’s supposed to be the ideal boyfriend, ten you go to playing a guy who’s preying on people. Who’s basterdizing people loving him. Then I ended up doing it well after, I felt differently when I’d done like two more Twilight films at the point. With Cosmopolis I just found it… this just seemed really really new it wasn’t just good. It had something that I don’t think I’d seen before. Also not just in the writing but some of the subject matter, I don’t think you’re going to see a six minute long prostate exam in any other film anytime soon!

David Cronenberg is such a unique talent is he a Director you sought out to work with?
David is an adjective. You don’t really think about being able to work with adjectives. The thought never really came into my head. It came completely out of the blue and it took me a while to really process it. And still when I saw the final film, I like the movie there’s something very foreign about it. Then it gets to Cannes and it’s so bizarre! I was thinking at the time that I got offered it that I was oversaturated and I was looking to do ensemble pieces. In this one my character is almost sort of obnoxiously present. He’s incessantly speaking and even the way David shot it, the camera was like 8 inches away from my face the whole time. It was not what I thought I was going to end up doing but it was something that was very hard to say no to.

How did you find your character, he seems to be so full of disgust with himself and the world he lives in? He does seem desperately unhappy and increasingly self-destructive.
I don’t necessarily know if he’s unhappy. I think if the film has any type of comment it’s that…. You know I always feel really comfortable saying the film means this or that when I’m by myself, but when I’m sitting here next to David I’m like arrgh! It’s about the absurdity of the world. When I first read it I took it as an absurd comedy. Then when people saw the film in Cannes, hardly anyone was laughing and I was like… hey I thought this was funny. It’s not so much about trying to destroy yourself I think he thinks that if you look at everything and the world doesn’t make sense then you have to start again. It happens again and again and again. To me you don’t have to be prophetic to see that it’s going to completely fall apart. He just suddenly sees it for the first time and ocne you really see the world it all crumbles.

How does it feel to be in amongst such an amazing cast?
I just spent the whole movie in a perpetual terror. It wasn’t like I could just spend the first few weeks getting used to the world. There were new people coming in every day. But at least having the limo remain the same. It was a weird environment to work in. There’s no one even behind that camera that you can see. Normally how I try to work is that you try to connect with the eye of the guy who’s behind the camera. In this you start having a relationship with a camera, which is just an inanimate object. It’s really odd. A lot of the actors who came in said it’s not a really nice feeling to begin with. So you had all these talented actors coming in and I felt at least far more comfortable with the environment.

Did the scenes where you were outside the car provide you with some relief from that?
Sort of. I noticed that when I got out of the limo my walk changed. It’s not my walk. It’s this weird thing, there’s this scenes near the end where I’m walking up to an apartment and I watched it the other day and was like “My walk seems really weird”. I think there’s something about being Canadian, I was so comfortable. I hate that. I read this thing about James Gandolfini that no matter what’s happening in a scene he’ll always figure out a way to sit down. Clearly for different reasons from why what I wanted to. It is a great thing to sit down if you can figure out some way to sit down. It’s so much easier. When I finally did stand up I was like I want to sit down on the floor!

You took the film to Cannes how was that?
It was amazing. I was in Cannes just to promote it and I felt like I was piggybacking a little on the credibility of the festival. I felt like an imposter. To have a film in Cannes much sooner than I ever thought it was amazing yeah.

Your character is looking for thrills, what kind of thrills do you look for in roles?
I really like the idea of people getting frightened of me. I don’t quite know what that means but I like the idea of it. I don’t know it’s so difficult to get anything that is dangerous made. However Comopolis is, it’s almost ridiculous that it’s a relatively dangerous movie to get made. Everyone’s been saying like there’s too much talking but I would love to try and do anything which fees fresh and new. It’ the only thing that interest me, I don’t like repeating myself or other people.

You mentioned the extended prostate exam, the film has quite a few challenging scenes in it, were there any awkward moment on set? How do you cope with being naked in front of your fellow actors and of course your lovely parents here tonight?
Are my parent’s here?! Were they giving speeches? I mean I don’t think I’ve been more afraid in my whole career than I was sitting in the Limo for the first camera test. It wasn’t even a scene and I felt like I was going to throw up. I felt like I had so many ideas about how to play it that I just completely overwhelmed myself. Literally up until I said that first line. After that point I was fine, but I couldn’t have started at a lower point. But there are certain bits. The prostrate scene we were intending to do completely naked and I remember going to David’s trailer saying “I don’t know.. I haven’t worked out enough”. Then I was sitting there and I got all paranoid about it. I didn’t care during the actual prostate exam scene because then I could sit up and suck my gut in. The thing sitting on the couch I was worried about. The Emily Hampshire was saying “It looks sweet it looks like you haven’t got a belly button” I was like “That’s not helping! Not at all”.
I like David’s comeback afterwards to her when she did her own monologue. She does this whole thing in like one take and she was terrified about it. David told her she was going to replace her whole head anyways and he just cast her for her body. She totally believed him for the rest of the take.
But I don’t know, with awkward stuff it’s like none of it is awkward if you feel like it’s going to be good afterwards. Once you get to a certain point you think that it’s going to be good. You just trust and then it doesn’t feel awkward. Besides I’ve done way more awkward stuff in my real life!

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Full Transcript of The Oprah Show   1 comment

From Gossip Cop

ANNOUNCER:  Today, all new. For the first time, the worldwide Twilight phenomenon comes to “Oprah.”

OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):  They are the hottest thing on the planet. Robert Pattinson. You know there are all these rumors about the two of you dating. Is it true? Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner, and Dakota Fanning. We sent them knocking on doors.

ROBERT PATTINSON:  Hello.

GROUP (GIRLS):  (scream)

FATHER:  Oh, my god.

GIRL’S MOTHER:  He’s so hot.

OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):  Walking into your houses.

GROUP (GIRLS):  (scream)

OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):  Why grown women say this has revved up their love lives.

ANNOUNCER:  Next.

OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):  Okay, So I just want to say this. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you already know this, but it is really the hottest thing going on in the world right now. It defines the word “phenomenon.” Eighty-five million books sold. Can you believe that?

OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):  Eighty-five million books, which so excites me that people are reading. Box-office records just shattered, crushed, and it has unleashed a worldwide yearning for romance. Viewers tell us that it’s literally changed their relationships. Moms are bonding with their daughters. Wives are reconnecting with their husbands.

OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):  “The Twilight Saga” is more than a best-selling sensation or billion-dollar blockbuster.

GROUP (FANS):  Edward. Edward. Edward.

FAN:  We’ve been here since 4 A.M.

OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):  It is the phenomenon that sparked a frenzy around the world. “Twilight’s” explosive popularity is giving Beatlemania a run for its money, turning its stars–Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner–into the most popular actors on our planet.

KRISTEN STEWART (AS BELLA SWAN):  Kiss me.

OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):  This epic love story has grown women swooning like schoolgirls.

STEPHANIE (41):  I’m a mother of two, a corporate attorney, and a closet “Twilight” junkie.

WANDA (45):  It just makes me want to ooh ahh.

OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):  They are yearning for every detail of the tortured romance between a sexy vampire, his girlfriend, and a werewolf with abs of steel. For those who have a thirst for action, passion, and heart-stopping suspense…

KRISTEN STEWART (AS BELLA SWAN):  No, Edward. Don’t.

OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):  …”Twilight’s” vampires and werewolves do not disappoint.

ROBERT PATTINSON (AS EDWARD CULLEN):  You’re my only reason to stay alive.

OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):  Ho ho ho. Okay. The stars of “Eclipse” are here. Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner. They are here.

OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):  Hello. Hello. Okay. Okay. You just want to do that for an hour, or can I talk? All right. Welcome, welcome, welcome. So does this happen everywhere you go?

ROBERT PATTINSON:  Not everywhere.

OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):  Not everywhere. I will say this: everybody in the audience saw “Eclipse” last night.

ROBERT PATTINSON:  I didn’t even know that.

OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):  You didn’t know that?

ROBERT PATTINSON:  I had no idea.

OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):  That’s because you were going around knocking on doors. You didn’t. Everybody saw the movie last night, and I guess we liked it, right?

OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):  You guys joined forces. That was good to see. Good to see. So, what does it feel like, Taylor, to be in the midst of this phenomenon? It really is a phenomenon, and you know, the closest thing that I can recall, my generation, was the Beatles. And I was one of those people screaming for Paul McCartney, and now people are screaming for you.

TAYLOR LAUTNER:  It’s really unlike anything else, I mean, obviously, but it’s amazing. I mean, I know over the past two years, I’ve had the time of my life, so I mean, I couldn’t be more thankful.

OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):  But what does it feel like? Does it feel like being in the–I can’t imagine–like in the eye of a storm or something? I don’t know.

TAYLOR LAUTNER:  Yeah, it’s different. It’s almost like you live two different worlds.

OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):  Yeah?

TAYLOR LAUTNER:  You go into that world, and then you completely vanish and you go back to your regular life.

OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):  Yeah. And for you, sir, you really do go into a different world and come back, yeah?

ROBERT PATTINSON:  Yeah. I mean, that’s a good way of putting it. I mean, I think–it’s weird. I think as we’ve been so sort of central to the whole thing since the beginning, and it started really when no one knew anything about it.

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PopSugar UK's Transcript of the Remember Me Press Conference in the UK   Leave a comment

From PopSugarUK

I was lucky enough to attend the London premiere of Remember Me and meet Robert Pattinson and Emilie De Ravin earlier this month. Rob and Emilie chatted about their film, their roles in Twilight and Lost, and lots more. In Part One of this series of interviews Robert reveals how he felt during the fight scenes, how he views father figures, his role in Bel Ami and his relationship with his friends and family. Stay tuned for the next installments!

On playing brooding types, and whether he’d consider a lighter role: “I did the kind of lighter stuff before Twilight came out, and it just so happened that Twilight’s become so much about the archetype of the brooding person. I mean I never thought that Tyler was that brooding to be honest [laughs], and then I just get it at every single thing, people saying, “brood, brood, brood” — I hadn’t even heard the word before Twilight! I guess I like to play broken and troubled characters because it seems more interesting, especially because I’m not that broken and troubled myself.”

On his new roles: “I’m doing something now [Bel Ami] that’s still quite dark, but the guy, his character isn’t so fractured, he’s just someone who’s incredibly focused and has a lot of confidence in himself, and nothing can shake his confidence. And then after that, I think there’s a kind of lighter thing as well. I don’t know, it’s not really that they’re angsty it’s just that joy seems to be more a universal emotion in script, it’s quite difficult — if you’re happy, you’re happy.”

On how the character of Tyler developed: “The script changed so much over seven months and just had loads and loads of re-writes. I tried to tailor things to what I was interested in, like the relationship with the dad changed quite a lot because I thought one of the things when you’re a young guy one of your biggest fears is this irrational fear of walking in your dad’s footsteps and living the same life as him. I thought, even if your dad’s a good guy, you just want to assert your independence on everything and it causes these irrational sort of rages.”

On his own fighting history: “I haven’t been in a fight in quite a long time, I think I’m too scared now. I think if I got in to a fight now, somebody would just kill me just for the sake of it [laughs]. I liked a lot of Tyler’s character, the rebelliousness and audaciousness of it, it’s like a fantasy of myself, like yeah, I’m the kind of guy who just randomly gets in fights. Yeah, I do it all the time. But, not really [laughs].”

On filming the fight scenes:
Producer Nick Osbourne: “I felt scared for you because the day you were doing the Chris Cooper fight, Chris was doing press-ups against the wall [laughs].”
Robert: “Yeah, he’s like unbelievably strong, he’s terrifying. And the fight I was having at the beginning I was doing it with this big stunt guy and I kept hitting this thing against the wall, next to his head. Then I was hitting him with what I thought was my full strength, I hit him in the head about four times and every time I hit him, I was like, ‘I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I’m sorry’. And he’s like, ‘It’s fine, it didn’t even hurt’. Yeah, that was kind of an ego deflater!”

On his friendship group: “It’s nice that I’ve grown up with the same friends since I was 12, I have a very close knit set of them… I grew up with a lot of people who a lot of other people regarded as heroes, and no one ever came to me for advice, no one ever came to me for protection, and so I don’t ever really think I’ve been looked at as a hero.”

On who he considers his hero: “Outside of my family, I don’t really know. They’re great people and my parents are great parents, and they brought me up very well, I think. I don’t know, I think that’s about all the heroes I’ve had.”

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