RUMOR: Robert Pattinson To Attend Cannes Film Festival?

RUMOR: Robert Pattinson To Attend Cannes Film Festival?

With Robert Pattinson’s hectic schedule due to Eclipse promotions and Water For Elephants set to begin filming on May 22, it’s highly unlikely that we will be seeing him on the Cannes red carpet anytime soon. French blogs like La Page Culture and Cannes Addict are claiming, however, that Rob will indeed make an appearance. We already reported that Protagonist Pictures will promote Bel Ami in the said festival. But as for now, please take the unconfirmed news about Rob’s participation with a grain of salt.

Cannes 2010 will run from May 12 – 23.

La Page Culture via Google Translate:

Cannes Film Festival 2010 red carpet stars

These stars are perhaps not at the heart of the official selection at Cannes, but their arrival ensures the show on the red carpet (while the crew of the film by Apichatpong Weerasethakul er …). Without them, no global impact!

- And as Mick Jagger, Robert Pattinson, Gemma Arterton (Clash of the Titans, Prince of Persia), Sharon Stone …

Cannes Addict via Google Translate:

Robert Pattinson loved the Majestic, it comes back!

Last year, it had caused riots to his arrival on the beach Majestic 62. He returned to Cannes.

Next week, the most famous vampire, promotes this occasion the third installment of the series “Twilight” and seek a distributor for the adaptation of Maupassant’s novel “Bel Ami” which also plays Uma Thurman.

Robert Pattinson interpreter Georges Duroy, a young social climber desperate to get a place among the cream of Parisian society of the late 19th century. Uma Thurman, singer Madeleine, one of his many conquests in the film. We hope to see this pretty glamorous couple at the Majestic 63. Welcome in Cannes

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