New Details on Robs commentary for the Remember Me DVD

“While Robert Pat­tin­son spends his June pro­mot­ing “The Twi­light Saga: Eclipse,” Sum­mit Enter­tain­ment is work­ing its cross-pollination magic by push­ing “Remem­ber Me” out on DVD.

Due June 22, the roman­tic drama star­ring Pat­tin­son and “Lost” blond Emi­lie de Ravin touts a major bonus fea­ture — a cast com­men­tary track in which the heart­throb drops seri­ous pearls about his film­ing experience.

Tak­ing the lead for our favorite fac­toid: Pattinson’s dirty jour­nal­ing. Play­ing the broody Tyler, the actor spent most of the film scrawl­ing mys­te­ri­ously in a leather-bound note­book. “On set I kept on going up to Rob and say­ing, ‘You’ve got to write in your jour­nal, mate,’” pro­ducer Nick Osbourne said.

Said Pat­tin­son: “I remem­ber writ­ing all these kind of porno­graphic poems, when­ever there was a close-up on it. Hor­ri­ble, hor­ri­ble things in bold cap­i­tal letters.”

We can only hope a man from Nan­tucket was involved.

Other amaz­ing insights into Rob’s soul include …

His sex scene was scary: Pat­tin­son was “ter­ri­fied” dur­ing his boom-boom moment with De Ravin. More so, he was sym­pa­thetic to the direc­tor of pho­tog­ra­phy, “who had to look deep into my … crack for a long time.”

His mother was appalled at the thought of a tat­too: Pattinson’s char­ac­ter has his brother’s name inked on his left pec as a memo­r­ial. When his mom saw it in the “Remem­ber Me” trailer, she called him imme­di­ately. “I was like, ‘Really, do you think I tat­tooed ‘Michael’ on my chest?”

Fans take note — when in Los Ange­les, he reads scripts in a fast-food restau­rant park­ing lot: “I was in an In ‘N Out burger car park where I used to always read scripts. … I real­ized I liked the char­ac­ter Tyler in the first four pages.” Per­haps he cel­e­brated with a Double-Double.

He’s not shy about his frus­tra­tions with the paparazzi: As the film’s New York shoot was plagued with pho­togs, almost every scene in the “Remem­ber Me” com­men­tary comes with some anec­dote about the inva­sive shut­ter­bugs. “They showed absolutely no respect for any­thing,” Pat­tin­son remarks.

Big dra­matic fight scenes (like in, um, “Eclipse”) bore him: Pat­tin­son gets roughed up by costar Chris Cooper in the film, and loved every minute of it. “It’s prob­a­bly the most fun I’ve ever had in a scene,” he says of being slammed against the hood of a car. “Nor­mally the fights are so chore­o­graphed, it makes it boring.”

Rob does a mean Bar­ney Gum­ble: Pat­tin­son ran­domly bursts out in an impres­sion of res­i­dent derelict Bar­ney from “The Simp­sons” on the com­men­tary track. And it’s actu­ally pretty spot on. ”

You can order the DVD on Ama­zon here.


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