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PopSugarUK Interviews Robert & Emilie About co-stars & biscuits (Part 1,2 & 3)

* 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 Osborne: “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.”

* Robert on what convinced him to sign up to Remember Me:
“I think it was just I’d read tons and tons of scripts over the Summer after Twilight, I mean hundreds, and every one seemed exactly the same. This one, initially just how the dialogue was written, just seemed much more naturalistic than most things. Also Tyler as a character. I mean it seems like most movies that have a young, male protagonist as the lead, they have to be like either a virgin to begin with, and have to learn everything during the movie, or they go through the trials of the movie and end up a totally different person and they’re completely fine afterwards. But Tyler seems like he starts off with a lot of baggage and a very full-on developed character, and ends up just being developed in a slightly different way, rather than just becoming, ‘Oh, I’m fine now. After going through this movie, I’m fine’. And you just never see that in films very much, especially for young people. I think that’s what initially appealed to me.”

* Robert on whether there are pressures to film box office hits:
“I never like anything, so it’s quite easy to decide what to do, you know, even movies I’m not in [laughs]. I’ve never felt any pressure to do anything particularly, even while we were shooting, I never thought about the box office or anything, it’s only when it came to promoting it that people ask you about that stuff. Obviously, it’s not like a Twilight movie, it’s an original screenplay and it doesn’t fit into any genre either. It’s not really that much of a feel-good movie; they don’t make movies like it anymore. I guess that’s how I really choose stuff, that’s the only real criteria I have, if there seems to be a gap in the market for something, then I try to do that. I’m trying to do that with all the other things I’m doing afterward too.”

* Emilie on Lost ending:
“It has been a big part of my life and it’s been a great ride. It’s kind of bittersweet that it’s ending, I’m really happy that they made a decision consciously to announce an end like three years ago and evolve the story the way they wanted to — you know give it a beginning a middle and an end — and also that it’s ending on a high note, it’s not sort of trickling away when no one cares, so I think that’s really positive. But obviously you miss things about projects and people you work with.”

* Robert on how important the fan reaction is to his new films:
“When doing films like this which are quite difficult to just generically advertise, having something like Twilight and Lost gives it publicity immediately. I think if people go and see it, once you’ve got them into the cinema, it’s almost inevitable that they’ll get drawn in to it, hopefully. Yeah, so I don’t know, obviously you hope people like things, but if you start doing stuff to please a certain audience, then you’re going the wrong direction. I mean, you don’t even know the people you’re trying to please, especially when you’re trying to please huge swathes of people, but hopefully they like it.”

* Emilie on whether she thinks about her existing fan base in choosing roles:
“I think it’s interesting that it was never really conscious for me in that way, but yeah, why not use a pre-existing fan base. But as you’re saying, you’re not going to please every fan. Every fan of Twilight or Lost isn’t going to love everything you do; they might fall in love with the setting or a character for a certain reason from one thing, but not be into the next. For me, it was just about challenging myself in a different way, and not pigeonholing myself into one category of actor.”

* Emilie on working with her onscreen father Chris Cooper:
“I’ve just been a fan of his for years. He’s a very intense person, but a very giving person. It never felt like reading a scene: you’re watching and reacting.”

* Robert on his onscreen father Pierce Brosnan:
“I never ever would have thought initially that it would be someone like Pierce playing Charles. I think he sort of has an innate likeability to him, as soon as you meet him he’s very charismatic. And Charles, on the page, was someone who’s very domineering and quite a negative character, and Pierce just by being Pierce kind of changed the whole dynamic of it, which is great, and made it a much more interesting relationship. He’s very, very charming.”

* Robert on making his relationship with his onscreen sister seem natural:
“Well, I think that’s really all just Ruby [Jerins], who plays her. I mean, I don’t know have any younger brothers or sisters, I think I always wanted a younger sibling — not that I have anything against my sisters! But she’s just one of the best actresses I’ve ever worked with. She’s surprisingly articulate about her character. When I first met her, she seemed like a very, very normal kid, but when she started talking about her character, and her character’s development, she could talk about it for hours and she could also just improvise for hours and hours and hours. She was so comfortable in front of the camera and working with adults, she was really amazing. It’s very easy to do anything with her, you could just look at her and know what to do immediately.”

* Emilie on developing her New York accent:
“In general, I love accents, and have to use them quite a lot when you’re in the States. It just adds another layer to the character for me, and it takes you further away from yourself. It was interesting with Ally, because she’s from Queens, she grew up in Queens, and so originally I was thinking do a very authentic Queens accent. Then by going up there and talking to our amazing dialect coach who was on set all the time about it, I really noticed and observed up there that the younger generation, like teens and early twenties, didn’t have a strong accent at all. I’ve noticed that in other places too, just sort of dissipating all over the world because of more and more constant influx of media, whether it’s through the Internet, and TV, and radio, and people traveling more, that it’s really the older people that still have that accent.”

* Robert on where his New York accent came from:
“I think it just came out of the script. I pretty much had the same voice from the first time I read the script to the whole way through the movie. Sometimes, when you’re lucky, you read a script and the voice comes out right. I wasn’t even conscious of doing a New York accent, I don’t even know what borough or anything, it just sounded like — I mean, I’ve spent time in New York and just trying to pick up on how people speak. But it’s also — I don’t know where my accent is now, I wouldn’t say I have a specific London accent.”

* Robert and Emilie on their favourite biscuits:

Robert: “You know when they say in America, like chicken and biscuits, I became very attached to that because I’d drive by these restaurants and they’d say ‘chicken and biscuits’ and I was like ‘why?’ But I had one and it was very nice, so now I’m changing my opinion of what can be defined as a biscuit. [But in terms of brands of biscuits] I do like a hob nob.” [laughs]
Emilie: “[For me] maybe like a madeline.”
Robert: “That’s not a proper…” [laughs]
Emilie: “Yes it is, Pepperidge Farm makes them in the States. I’m not looking for any endorsements!”

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New The Runaways Stills – Kristen & Dakota

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Robert Pattinson Filming Bel Ami with Kristin Scott Thomas

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The Evolution of Robert Pattinson

Vanity Fair (2004)

Your big break, and your scenes are left scorching the editing room floor. That’s Hollywood for you!
Mr Pattinson’s first major role saw him appearing in the updated, Reese Witherspoon-headed Vanity Fair as Rawdy Crawley.
His big moment comes in the graveyard scene, where he pouts and looks generally moody and miffed, frilled up something chronic. You can find it in the DVD’s deleted scenes.
The Do: The famous quiff puts in an early appearance, though the do’s shorter than usual.

Ring Of The Nibelungs (2004)

TV flick that used Norse mythology as a springboard for a lot of chatter about Dragon-Slaying and the like. Pattinson’s fee funded his tuition at the Harrodian School in barnes.
R-Patz is Giselher, the king’s brother, who stows away on a voyage to Iceland. He wears a lot of Medieval-type clothing, and a lot of leather. There is actually smiling involved, which is a shock for anybody who’s not seen anything of Pattinson pre-Twilight.
The Do: It’s mullet time! Long, blonder than ever, and very pretty indeed. Nasty fringe, though.

Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire (2005)

Nabbing a role in The Little Franchise That Could, Pattinson plays Cedric Diggory (or should that be Deadric?), the famously tragic figure who falls at the hand of You-Know-Who.
His performance landed him the British Star of Tomorrow award from The Times, and by all accounts Patz had a good time filming how to scuba dive for the part. Oh, and he lied in his audition, saying that he loved football so he’d get the role. Bad boy.
The Do: Posh, side-swept boys’ school look befitting of somebody called Cedric. It’s about as dangerous as a kitten in a bow.

The Haunted Airman (2006)

R-Patz finds his way around a wheelchair for another TV movie, based on Dennis Wheatley’s ‘40s occult thriller, The Haunting Of Toby Jugg.
At the time, it was a fresh, riveting idea. A disabled British airman recovers from his time in battle. Pattinson’s version was funded by the BBC and aired on BBC4 in October 2006. His performance won fans in The Stage mag, who credited his performance, which incorporated “youthful terror and world weary cynicism”.
The Do: The Cedric do’s still there. Eee, isn’t he posh?

The Bad Mother’s Handbook (2007)

Another TV film, this one alongside Catherine Tate for ITV. It’s an adaptation of the bestseller of the same name by Kate Long. He plays the boyfriend of Holly Grainger’s Charlie, whose only gone and got herself pregnant.
Stateside, ABC are planning their own TV series based on the book, with the decidedly more glamorous Alicia Silverstone to star. We doubt Patz will be involved.
The Do: Oh dear God, make it stop! Painfully floppy curtains render R-Patz nothing more than a big, walking night-hair. Needs a serious trim.

Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix (2007)

Wait just one cotton picking minute, didn’t Patz die in the last HP outing? Ah, sorry Patties, there’s no resurrection for his manly Deadric. He just appears in a photograph.
It’s little more than a cameo, but a sweet one at that.
“Sometimes I think, ‘To hell with acting,’” the actor says. “And then I realize I could be working at a shoe shop. Acting is much cooler.”
The Do: A repeat of the young, gentlemanly cut he favoured in Goblet Of Fire.

The Summer House (2008)

A short film from the London Academy, Summer House might as well have been the role that convinced the Twilight producers that he was right for Edward Cullen.
After all, he plays a dark, persuasive stalker-type who falls head-over-heels in love with a dark-haired young lady and tries everything to woo her. He’s got a bit of a Hollywood tan here; lovely.
The Do: Still long, sort of a cross between the remains of a dead rat and an aging rocker.

How to Be (2008)

Patz shows off his skill with a guitar playing the odd-named Art (we’re guessing that’s short for Artemidoros or Arthgallo), a sort of transient low-life who means well, but seems to end up annoying everybody despite himself.
It was first released at the IFC Festival in April 2009 after having been on a screening tour. Patz won a Best Actor award at the Strasbourg Film Festival.
The Do: Dreadful! Curtains are worse than their debut in Bad Mother’s Handbook, and the eyebrows are out of control.

Little Ashes (2008)

Pattinson stretches those acting chops and makes out with a boy. In your face, Bella.
He plays infamous boundary-busting artist Salvador Dalí in the 1922-set tale, who allegedly had a gay affair with poet Federico García Lorca while studying at university in Madrid. There’s a bit where he puts his thing between his legs like Buffalo Bill in The Silence Of The Lambs.
It has been nominated for a prize at the 21st GLAAD Media Awards.
The Do: It’s all about that crazy moustache and the greasy, slicked back hair.

Twilight (2008)

Hard to believe that there was a Twi-hard outcry when news of Pattinson’s casting was first announced. He beat 3,000 brooding hopefuls to the role.
Pattinson says the film “is a metaphor for the virtues of chastity, but it’s had the opposite effect. I get letters that say, ‘I’m going to kill myself if you don’t watch High School Musical 2 with me.’ It’s a little nuts.” Poor Patz.
The Do: That’s more like it. Patz finds his trademark do and makes teenage boys go running to the ‘dressers while forgetting how they took the piss out of the girls for doing the same with The Rachel.

New Moon (2009)

A diminished role for the first Twilight sequel, as Edward dumps his beloved Bella and she goes off with some wolf fella who hates wearing shirts.
It’s Patz’s favourite book in the series. He reportedly refused to have his unruly eyebrows waxed as much as in the first film.
Rumours persist that he and co-star Kristen Stewart are having a secret affair. Nobody’s talking – they don’t even talk to each other in public much.
The Do: A slightly longer, slightly darker variant on the original (to make him a bit grumpier, maybe).

Remember Me (2010)

This is the flick that Patz was filming when he was hit by a car attempting to escape screaming fans. During a break in shooting, he attempted to get away from over-zealous nutjobs and got clipped by a car. Luckily he was fine.
Hollywoodland director Allen Coulter helms this indie romance, in which moody 21-year-old Tyler (Patz) falls in love with Ally (Emilie de Ravin), who lives each day as if it were her last after witnessing her mother’s murder. Cheery stuff.
The Do: He’s found his style now, rocking the short look and making us all look damned unfashionable.

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Official Synopsis of Eclipse Released by Summit Entertainment Today

In ECLIPSE, Bella once again finds herself surrounded by danger as Seattle is ravaged by a string of mysterious killings and a malicious vampire continues her quest for revenge. In the midst of it all, she is forced to choose between her love for Edward and her friendship with Jacob — knowing that her decision has the potential to ignite the struggle between vampire and werewolf. With her graduation quickly approaching, Bella is confronted with the most important decision of her life.

“Eclipse” is directed by David A. Slade, director of the movies “Hard Candy” and “30 Days of Night,” which is also vampire-themed. The movie stars Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Ashley Greene, Billy Burke, Peter Facinelli, Elizabeth Reaser, Nikki Reed, Kellan Lutz, Jackson Rathbone and Dakota Fanning, all of whom reprise their roles from the hit movies “Twilight” and “Twilight Saga: New Moon.”

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3 Brand New Eclipse Stills!

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UK Remember Me Press Conference – Absolute Radio Coverage

Who is your hero?

Has Robert Pattinson ever been in a fight?

Life after Twilight

Rob’s favorite biscuit?

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iTunes Exclusive Interview with Kristen & Dakota

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Robert Pattinson: I’m Picky About Roles

The 23-year-old actor has become a global superstar after playing brooding vampire Edward Cullen in Twilight, but his latest film is indie flick Remember Me, which he revealed stood out from the hundreds of roles he has been offered.

Robert Pattinson is picky about which film roles he takes

Robert said: “I never like anything, so it’s quite easy to decide what to do – I’ve never felt any pressure to do anything, particularly. Even when we were shooting it [Remember Me] I never thought about the box office.”

He added: “I had read tonnes and tonnes of scripts over the summer after I did Twilight, I mean hundreds, and everything seemed exactly the same.

“But this one, the way the dialogue was written, it just seemed much more naturalistic than most things.

“It’s not really a feel-good movie. They don’t make movies like it anymore, I think that’s how I kind of choose stuff, that’s the only criteria I have. There seems to be a gap in the market for something and I just try and do that.”
Robert hopes his Twilight fans like the new film but revealed he would never appear in a film simply to please an audience.

He said: “Obviously you hope people like things but I think if you start doing stuff to please a certain audience then you’re going in the wrong direction. I mean, you don’t even know the people you’re trying to please, especially if you’re trying to please whole swathes of people.

“I hope they like it.”

Remember Me is released on Friday April 2.

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Kristen Stewart’s Sexy Style in Us Weekly

(Alma) Look at those gorgeous legs:) omfg if i wasnt that into Rob *sighs* hehe Kristen is absolutely gorgeous and so pretty i have a major girl cush on her.. hehe

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Robert Pattinson Filming Bel Ami from Monday

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Hungarian Tv talks about Robert & Bel Ami

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Vote for Your Favorite Stars at the 2010 MTV Movie Awards

Best Movie

The Twilight Saga New Moon
The Runaways

Best Kiss

Kristen Stewart & Robert Pattinson The Twilight Saga New Moon
Emilie de Ravin & Robert Pattinson Remember Me
Kristen Stewart & Dakota Fanning The Runaways
Taylor Swift & Taylor Lautner Valentine’s Day

Best Female Breakout Star

Anna Kendrick Up in the Air

Best Female Performance

Kristen Stewart The Twilight Saga New Moon
Kristen Stewart The Runaways
Dakota Fanning The Runaways

Best Male Performance

Robert Pattinson The Twilight Saga New Moon
Taylor Lautner The Twilight Saga New Moon
Robert Pattinson Remember Me

Global Superstar

Kristen Stewart
Robert Pattinson
Taylor Lautner

Voting begins now until April 9th. Vote HERE for your favorites!

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La Provincia Interviews Robert Pattinson

Is your character in RM the closest interpretation of your on personality?

No. I think it’s impossible to represent yourself being fully aware of what you’re trying to do. I try to choose characters that are not like me at all. The more unknown they are to me, the better I can play them because then I don’t feel vulnerable.

Do you like the tortured characters?
Those are the ones that I’m being offered. Subconsciously I try to be like my characters, and I live my fantasies through them. I’d love to be a confused young person that fights for his ideals, but I’m not like that.

Everyone beats him up in RM.
I prefer to be hit than hitting. It’s more interesting.

How would you describe the movie?
It’s a movie about a life style, about love and the desire to live. The story is told through the eyes of Tyler, who is not aware of the consequences of the relationships he has.

Trauma seems to be everyone’s bond in the movie.
Yes, all the characters in the movie have faced death somehow, losing a family member. So there’s a connection with them through grief.

This is your first movie since New Moon, is that a relief?
Yes. I wanted to do a smaller film. Something with a modest budget that I could film in between filming the Twilight movies. I wanted a story that was more realistic because I was getting a bit tired of the fantasy genre. I needed to play a regular character that faced normal issues.

Do you feel the pressure of fame now?
Yes, and the industry’s pressure as well. It’s almost like everybody is looking at me. Some people are just waiting to see me crash and burn, others are convinced that I’m going to make it. But in any case, I don’t care about people’s expectations. I’m the only one who has to worry about my career.

Eclipse is right around the corner…
I know. And I’m a little angy because people will forget about my performance in Remember Me, and keep the idea they had before about me. I thought Eclipse would come out 3 months after RM, but no. I just hope the expectation doesn’t overshadow the movie itself, because the third installemnt won’t be very different from the first two.

Mattel has a doll with your image, there’s unauthorized biographies of you, photographers follow you everywhere. Do you feel like a brand?
Yes. Fame can be a moster that consumes your life. The only thing that bothers me is people who think they know me and try to relate to a determined image of me.
I don’t mind if Hollywood sees me as the tortured teenager. I’ll change that perception with my work.
In this industry all they care about is that you make money. It doesn’t matter if you’re the next super-hero, or the next vampire, of the next lead in a romantic comedy.

Is it hard to rest after so much attention?
It’s very hard. There’s nothing I can do but try to find moments of peace, otherwise I’d go insane. It’s annoying when people scream for you on the streets or on the supermarket, or when you’re with your friends at a pub. I appreciate my fans and their support, I’m thankful and I know I wouldn’t be where I am without them. The most annoting part is living with 100 photographers outside my house, because they never stop, I live hiding from them.

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(New Photos) Robert Pattinson Bel Ami Set – March 29th

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New Robert Pattinson in Japan- From NM dvd part 1&2

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New Press Junket Video of Kristen & Dakota talking about The Runaways

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Showing Robert Filming + Bel Ami Set

According to Adrienmrsan Rob is saying “”Köszönöm hogy csendben maradtatok” that means “Thanks for being quiet”

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Robert filming a scene with Kristin Scott Thomas for Bel Ami

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Robert Pattinson on the set of ‘Bel Ami’

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Eclipse Stills

Omg i seriously can not wait til June. These scenes are going to kill me. I'm definetly going to be having many Robgasms while watching these scene.

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