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3 New Videos of Robert Pattinson on the Set of Bel Ami









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Remember Me DVD and Blu-Ray Cover Revealed. Pre-order Now!






They go on sale June 22nd in the US. Order your copy here or here

The DVD will be available in the UK on July 26th, you can pre-order it here


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Eclipse Premiere Pictures

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Runaways’ director didn’t follow traditional Hollywood template

“Twilight’s” Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning are the box office draws in “The Runaways.” Yet more of the credit should go to Floria Sigismondi, a director who doesn’t follow traditional Hollywood methods for making a musical movie.

First, it is not a concert film of wall-to-wall music. Second, she has made a warts-and-all work. Third, she has persuaded her two stars to delve deeply into the personas of the real Joan Jett (Stewart) and Cherie Currie (Fanning).

Both fled their oppressive environments and landed with an eccentric manager, Kim Fowley (a brilliant Michael Shannon), who ruled with an iron fist and profane mouth and spent no money.

Expectedly, the teens came under the influence of alcohol and drugs, with sex also in the mix. Sigismondi shows how celebrity and the stress of touring influenced the teens’ behavior, but she doesn’t excuse it. Rowley’s cheapness, which forced band members to share rooms in dismal motels, also shares some blame in the woes of the band, also called The Runaways.

Stewart emerges as the better actress-singer of the two stars. One reason: Her role is better written and her work at trying to keep the group together makes her more sympathetic.

Fanning is no singer, but she’s a fine actress who projects the hopes and traumas of her character, which makes her a wrenching figure.

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Great New Video of Rob on the Set of Bel Ami – Wedding Scene

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Robert Pattinson Getting Last Laugh For ‘Remember Me’

Robert Pattinson got a little roughed up by the film critics for his movie “Remember Me,” with Emilie de Ravin. But Rob may be getting the last laugh now that the box office numbers are rolling in.

So far, the film has grossed $45.7 million at the box office, which obviously isn’t anything close to 3-D blockbuster “Avatar’s” billion dollar plus take. But “Remember Me” only cost $16 million to bring to the big screen.

Experts predict the film could do as much as $60 million worldwide, when all is said and done. In relative terms, that makes it a box office success, especially for a film that received lackluster reviews, mainly for the plot.

Rob felt a special connection to the film and felt it was something that had to be made. But the shear force of his popularity is probably driving the numbers.

In its worldwide trek, the film opened in Argentina, France and other European countries this past weekend, and was a hit in Paris. It came in at No. 6 in the City of Light, which is not bad for an American film.

The drama’s international weekend take was $4.7 million at 2,302 screens in 36 territories, bringing its international box office to $27 million.

The film made back its money before even going overseas. So far it has grossed $18.7 million in North America, bringing the total to $45.7 million.

The film’s top foreign markets before last weekend’s openings were surprisingly Russia ($3.15m), Italy, ($2.35m), Germanyn ($1.9m), Brazil, ($1.71) the UK/Ireland ($1.5m) and Australia ($1.21m).

Going foward, the film will open in several other countries, from Chile in South America to Turkey.

And it has yet to open in several top Asian markets, such as China, Japan, and South Korea.

All in all, not a bad showing for a small indie film, and Rob’s first outing as a lead in a movie outside of the “Twilight” series — and without Kristen Stewart.

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Pierce Brosnan Talks About Rob To The Herald.ie



BYRNE: You co-star with Robert Pattinson in Remember Me and with Carey Mulligan in The Greatest, both hot young stars. Coincidence, or are you keen to get down with the kids?

BROSNAN: I think both Robert and Carey are exceptional when it comes to young actors, in that they’re more than just pin-ups or flavours of the month. You can sense in both of them a strong desire to do good work. I don’t think either one is trying to get by on their looks; they’re both looking for work that’s a little more challenging than that. And it’s always a wonderful feeling, being around people who are completely in love with what they’re doing.

BYRNE: Having lived with fame for quite some time now, did you have any advice for the beleaguered young Robert when it came to dealing with all those screaming teens?

BROSNAN: I think Robert knows that there’s very little he can do right now except put the head down and work. It’s not exactly fun, having that kind of crazed attention. It might be flattering at first, but the novelty soon wears off.

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Will Blue October be on the soundtrack for 'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse'?




Twilight author Stephenie Meyer loves Blue October. Simple as that.

Back in June, 2008 she and Blue October announced that for Breaking Dawn's release, she and lead singer and songwriter Justin Furstenfeld would be joining hands for a mini-tour across the United States.

Check out this video of the two of them talking about that very news, and you will see how enthusiastic Stephenie Meyer was about having Furstenfeld in her corner for the event.

The band is also featured on Meyer's New Moon playlist for "Sound of Pulling Heaven Down" and "Hate Me (Radio Edit)," her Eclipse playlist for "Overweight (Radio Edit)," and, naturally, her Breaking Dawn playlist for "Congratulations." (Also, the band is cited for their songs "Ugly Side" and "You Make Me Smile" on Stephenie Meyer's Midnight Sun playlist.)

So, for some Twilight fans, the fact that Blue October hasn't been included on the official soundtrack listings for Twilight and The Twilight Saga: New Moon is a bit confounding.

Other bands frequenting Meyer's playlist include Muse and Linkin Park who did make it onto one or more of the albums. Stephenie Meyer's playlists have been very influential, in fact, to the soundtrack contributors listed on the albums. For instance, Collective Soul's "Tremble for my Beloved" was actually a part of the Twilight album, and other bands like Ok Go, Editors, The Killers, Death Cab for Cutie, and Radiohead (Thom Yorke broke out on his own from this band) all appeared on one or more of her playlists and did make it onto the album.

Aside from Blue October, there are only a handful of other bands appearing regularly on the Stephenie Meyer playlists but not on the soundtracks like Coldplay and My Chemical Romance.

According to Justin Furstenfeld's recent interview with Blast Magazine, Blue October's non-inclusion on the first two soundtracks might have a little something to do with the suits.

“Me and Stephenie Meyer are great friends,” Furstenfeld said. “I hate her camp, but I love her. Stephenie Meyer had the balls to take me to dinner…she said, ‘I wanna put your songs in my movies…’ and I was like, ‘Wow. That’s my dream — let’s do it.’ First movie comes out, no song. Second movie comes out, no song. Her management was like, ‘Everything we told you was a lie.’”

Pretty harsh suggestion there, huh?

At this point, no official track list for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse has been announced, so it could still be that soundtrack organizer Alexandra Patsavas was planning all along for Eclipse to host Blue October's music . . . Let's hope so.

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Kristen Stewart on NEW MOON vs. ECLIPSE

While doing promotion for The Runaways back in March, Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning talked about the on-set differences between The Twilight Saga: New Moon, directed by Chris Weitz, and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, directed by David Slade.

All two films and the first installment, Twilight, directed by Catherine Hardwicke, featured Stewart, Robert Pattinson, and Taylor Lautner.

"I feel like the difference on the third one is that we all are so used to going back to this story that we fell right back into it," Stewart told Cinematical. "… We were so comfortable with these characters that we have established a dynamic with the cast and the producers, and we would just sort of do our thing."

Fanning says she spent about three days working on each installment of the Twilight Saga franchise, appearing at the end of filming in both New Moon and Eclipse.

One of the most anticipated movie events of 2010, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse opens on June 30.


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Rob Bel Ami Set St. Stephan's Basilika3.MOD

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Robert Pattinson Biography




Date of Birth
13 May 1986, London, England, UK


Birth Name
Robert Thomas-Pattinson


Nickname
Rob


Height
6' 1" (1.85 m)


Mini Biography
Robert Pattinson was born on May 13, 1986, in London, England. He enjoys music and is an excellent musician, playing both the guitar and piano.

When Robert was 15, he started acting in amateur plays with the Barnes Theatre Company. Afterward, he took screen role like Ring of the Nibelungs (2004) (TV) (Kingdom of Twilight) as Giselher.

In 2003, Robert took on the role of Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005). He got his role a week later after meeting Mike Newell in late 2003.

He has since been cast as Edward Cullen in the highly-anticipated film, Twilight (2008/I). His music will also be heard in the film. Additionally, Robert has completed upcoming roles as Salvador Dalí in Little Ashes (2008) and Art in How to Be (2008).

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Is an excellent musician and plays both the guitar and piano. He began taking piano lessons at age three, and classical guitar at five.

Attended Harrodian private school in London.

He has two older sisters, Lizzie and Victoria.

Remains close friends with Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005) co-stars, Stanislav Ianevski and Katie Leung.

Was taught how to scuba dive for his role in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005).

Sports: Has said that darts and pool are more his sport, and that he made up that he liked snowboarding and soccer for his Harry Potter audition.

Acting Inspiration: Jack Nicholson.

Was ranked #23 on Moviefone's "The 25 Hottest Actors Under 25" (2008).

Chosen by the Hollywood Film Festival Award Committee as the recipient of the 2008 New Hollywood Award.

Awarded Best Actor 2008 at the Strasbourg Film festival for his performance as "Art" in the film How to Be (2008).

One sister, Lizzy, 25, had a top ten hit with the band Aurora. The other, Victoria, 27, works in advertising.

Most of his earnings from his first acting job - a supporting role in the television film Ring of the Nibelungs (2004) (TV) - went on paying his own fees at The Harrodian School in Barnes.

He beat 3,000 people to play Edward Cullen in the movie Twilight (2008/I).

Named as Yahoo's Top Movie Heart Throb of 2008.

Named as Rolling Stone Magazine's Hottest Actor of 2008.

Named by "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) (ET) as their top hunk of 2008.

Named as one of the LA Times Breakout Stars of 2008.

Named as one of Forbes Breakout Stars of 2008.

His small, but would-have-been-memorable part in Vanity Fair (2004), was cut out in the final production.

Awarded Hello Magazine's Most Attractive Man Award of 2008.

Invited an obsessive fan out for dinner when he was having a bad day.

Father is a car salesman.

Supports Arsenal Football Club.

Splits his time residing between London, UK where his family is from and Los Angeles, CA.

One of People Magazine's Sexiest Men Alive 2008.

Moviefone's Number 1 Hottest Young Star Under 25 2009.

Sarah Barry Williams wrote song "She wants to be Mrs Robert Pattinson".

Named AOL Moviefone's Sexiest Male Star of 2009.

Named GQ (UK) Best Dressed Man of 2009. "Extremely elegant and inspiring, the true essence of a contemporary man." Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, designers.

Learned to drive in a ten hour crash course on the set of Twilight

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Kristen Stewart Biography


Date of Birth
9 April 1990, Los Angeles, California, USA


Birth Name
Kristen Jaymes Stewart


Nickname
Kris
KStew


Height
5' 6" (1.68 m)


Trivia
Has an older brother named Cameron and two adopted brothers named Dana and Taylor. They reside with her parents in the Woodland Hills area of Los Angeles. Kristen purchased her own home in 2008 and divides her time between there and her parents' residence.

Her father is John Stewart, a TV Producer who works at FOX TV. Currently co-producing "On-Air with Ryan Seacrest" (2004).

Born in Los Angeles, California and then spent some of her early years in Colorado and Pennsylvania and has moved back to Los Angeles where she currently resides with her parents.

Supporter and member of the Red Cross National Celebrity Cabinet.

Was ranked #17 on Entertainment Weekly's '30 Under 30' the actress list. (2008).

Had to wear brown contact lenses for Twilight (2008/I) because she has naturally green eyes while Bella's eyes are supposed to be brown.

Nominated 3 consecutive years (2003-2005) for the Young Artist Award, but never won.

Named The Movie Fanatic's Hottest Young Actress. (2008).

Has 3 dogs: Oz, a border collie mix, Jack and Lily who are mutts. Also has a cat named Jella.

Was ranked #9 on Moviefone's 'The 25 Hottest Actors Under 25'(2008).

Her mother is Australian.

Reads novels by Charles Bukowski and Kurt Vonnegut Jr..

Favorite book is "East of Eden" by John Steinbeck. Also likes the book "The Stranger" by Albert Camus.

Mother is Jules Mann-Stewart, a script supervisor who is directing her first film K-11 (2010), which stars Kristen.

Was introduced to Vegemite (an Australian spread) by her Sydney-born mum, and names Noosa Heads (a Queensland resort town) as one of her favorite places on the planet. Her Australian heritage also inspired the name of her dog, a border collie named Oz.

Attended Saint Martin of Tours in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Replaced Hayden Panettiere as Sarah Altman in Panic Room (2002) just before shooting began.

After the release of New Moon (2009), Kristen Stewart was called for jury duty in Los Angeles and was accepted to a jury for a case in which the defendant was accused of soliciting sex from an undercover police officer posing as a prostitute. The case proceedings took three days and ended with the jury finding the defendant not guilty.

Best friends with Nikki Reed.

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'New' Eclipse screencaps





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The Oprah Winfrey Show Is Looking For Twilight Fans!



The Oprah Winfrey Show is calling all Twilight fans to submit their story about how Twilight has affected their life & why they love it so much!

Are you or your kids obsessed with the Twilight series? Have you or your kids read all the books, seen both movies and now you are counting down the days until the release of Eclipse? Have you already made plans for the release of the newest movie in June? Who’s your family’s favorite Twilight star…and why?

Why do you love the story so much? How has it impacted your life? What have you learned from the series and how has it made you a better person? Are you a housewife who’s started a fan club with friends? Do you have a young adult in your family who’s been inspired to write his/her own stories? Has the romance in Twilight sparked the romance in your own relationship?

Tell us how the Twilight series has inspired you or your family! Please only write if you are willing to appear on The Oprah Winfrey Show.

To enter your story go HERE!

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New Moon Made $710 Million Worldwide



The Twilight Saga: New Moon might not have been the biggest in overall domestic or worldwide intake for 2009, despite the best efforts of Twilight fans to make it so, but it still holds the top title for quite a few posts.

As you already know, New Moon secured the top spot for midnight ticket sales and opening day numbers on November 20th, 2009, bringing in well over seventy million dollars within twenty-four hours.

According to Box Office Mojo’s latest New Moon report, the film “still holds the record[s]” for those showings.

“It also stands as the biggest teen romance and vampire movie on record, eclipsing the first Twilight for the title,” Box Office Mojo’s Brandon Gray reports.

Oddly enough, and you’ve probably heard this before, New Moon takes the cake for “being the most front-loaded blockbuster ever, making 48 percent of its total gross on its first weekend alone.”

Interesting, eh?

Any theories on why New Moon was so “front-loaded” in numbers?

BOM goes on to report that internationally, New Moon did very well as compared to last year’s Twilight.

“The greatest growth for New Moon,” BOM reports, “came on the foreign front. It has pulled in $413.1 million thus far, more than doubling what Twilight made. That puts its worldwide total at $710 million versus Twilight’s $385 million.”

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Comcast making a series about the cast of ‘The Twilight Saga: Eclipse’



Comcast making a series about the cast of ‘The Twilight Saga: Eclipse’
With The Twilight Saga: New Moon’s release to DVD, Comcast readied itself by making the movie (and director commentary) available to users on demand at midnight on the film’s release date

For the June theatrical release of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, though, it seems the company is taking its marketing a step further by making a series dedicated to the Twilight cast

According to Television Business International, the company “is shopping its content-making skills to international broadcasters for the first time in an effort to better use the resources of its two US-based production units” and already “produce[s] 1100 hours of programming a year.”

Comcast “is currently making a 4×30mins series following the main actors in the Twilight movie franchise, which will be turned around for early June to coincide with the launch of the new Twilight movie,” the site reports.

A four part series on the Twilight cast? Yes, please. Just don’t bore us with gossip and false rumors and we’re good to go!

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4 Brand New The Runaways Stills!





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The Runaways Good Box Office Weekend

Indie Wire on the Runaways Performance this weekend:

This was supposed to be the weekend that Floria Sigismondi’s music biopic “The Runaways,” starring Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning, was supposed to expand to 1,000+ screens. Instead, and potentially due to a good-not-great first few weekends in limited release, the film went to 204 screens across North America (up from 84 last weekend). The result was actually something distributor Apparition should be quite happy with. Grossing $470,000, “The Runaways” saw its per-theater-average boost up from $2,173 to $2,304 despite the screen jump. That brought its total to $2,517,000.

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Kristen Stewart – Dakota Fanning’s THE RUNAWAYS Jumps 182%: Box Office
At 204 screens, the Kristen Stewart-Dakota Fanning vehicle The Runaways added $470K (+182.2%) this weekend thanks to the addition of 120 sites, according to Box Office Mojo. Its per-screen average, however, was low for a movie in limited release: $2,304. On the other hand, the good news is that The Runaways actually boasted a per-screen average increase after more than doubling its number of theaters. That’s quite unusual. Generally speaking, per-screen averages drop when there’s a surge in the number of theaters screening a particular movie.

Last weekend, at only 84 theaters, The Runaways averaged $1,981; the previous week, at 237 screens, its average was $1,920. Something was done right this weekend — I’m not quite sure what; Kristen Stewart’s 20th birthday celebration? — to bring more butts to more theaters seats. Directed and written by Floria Sigismondi, The Runaways has been greeted by mixed reviews. But generally, Dakota Fanning and especially Kristen Stewart have received positive-to-enthusiastic notices. To date, the Joan Jett-Cherie Currie biopic has grossed $2.51 million in North America. It cost $10 million.

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Robert & Kristen Leaving Budapest


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Taylor Vs. K-Stew – Who Brought Home More Millions This Past Year?



After reading this list of the past year’s top earners… you might consider changing careers!

Parade has finally released its annual list of celebrity earnings from the past year, and it looks like Taylor Swift and Kristen Stewart both need to invest in bigger wallets! They each made more than $15 million — clearly it pays to be involved with Taylor Lautner — but which young starlet earned more?

It was a close race, but Taylor wins with $17.2 million against K-Stew’s very impressive $16 million. Come to think of it, this is a huge victory for Kristen. To make almost as much as Taylor, who’s been a hugely successful musician a lot longer than Kristen’s been a well-known actress, is quite a feat. Well done, K-Stew!

Here’s what other celebs took home in the past year, according to Parade:

1. Tiger Woods: $110 million
2. James Cameron: $50 million
3. Stephenie Meyer: $50 million
4. Ellen DeGeneres: $35 million
5. Jay Leno: $32 million
6. Johnny Depp: $25 million
7. Lindsey Vonn: $3 million
8. Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi: $2,200

Chin up, Snooki! You’re just getting started.

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Remember Me Crossed $45 Million Mark worldwide

Robert Pattinson’s Remember Me opened in Argentina, France and several other European countries this weekend, landing at #6 in Paris and its suburbs. The romantic drama’s international weekend take was $4.7 million at 2,302 screens in 36 territories. The international total currently stands at $27 million.

Remember Me, which cost $16 million, has thus far grossed $18.7 million in North America. Worldwide total: $45.7 million.

Up to April 4, the film’s top foreign markets — no doubt thanks to Robert Pattinson’s Twilight Saga-propelled stardom — were Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States, $3.15m; Italy, $2.35m; Germany, $1.9m; Brazil, $1.71m; the UK/Ireland/Malta, $1.5m; Australia, $1.21m (up to Mar. 28); and Spain, $1.1m.

Other markets where Pattinson’s Remember Me has grossed more than $250K are: Mexico, $684K; Greece, $423K (up to Mar. 28); Sweden, $405K (up to Mar. 28); Portugal, $347K; Poland, $333K (up to Mar. 28); Austria, $301K; and The Netherlands, $276K.

Remember Me will be opening in Chile and Turkey in the coming weeks. It has yet to open in a few major markets such as China, Japan, and South Korea. It’ll surely earn more than $50 million worldwide; possibly as much as $60 million. Not bad for a mixed-to-poorly received “small” movie featuring an as-yet unproven star in an unlikely role.

In Remember Me, Robert Pattinson stars as Tyler Hawkins, a young man at odds with his father (Pierce Brosnan). Eventually, Tyler falls for a young woman (Emilie de Ravin), but all sorts of problems arise.

Also in the film’s cast are Lena Olin, Ruby Jerins, Chris Cooper, and Tate Ellington. Remember Me was directed by Allen Coulter from a screenplay by Will Fetters. Jenny Lumet did some (uncredited) rewriting.

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Robert Pattinson Waves to Fans While Leavin Bel Ami Set

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New Photos of Robert & Kristen Together in Budapest





Robert Pattinson leads girlfriend Kristen Stewart into Budapest Airport with their entourage on Sunday night (April 11). Kristen, 20, who just recently celebrated her birthday, has been visiting Robert, 23, while he’s filming his new movie, Bel Ami in Hungary.

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OMGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY ROBSTEN DANCE:) TAKE THAT YOU NONSTEN HATERS!!! ROBSTEN IS ON AND U CAN NOT DENY IT NOW!!!!!!!!! ROBSTEN FOREVER:))

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Robert & Kristen Leaving Budapest?


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Kristen talks about her ‘Eclipse’ Wig



Taylor Lautner wearing a wig in the “Twilight Saga” isn’t anything new to fans of the franchise, but due to a Joan Jett haircut for her latest film “The Runaways,” Kristen Stewart also had to don a wig for “Eclipse.”
“It was fine. I’ve worn wigs before, just not with such … I just felt such a tactile thing with Joan [that I cut my hair for the role],” she told MTV News on the red carpet of “The Runaways” premiere. “She holds all of her energy in her hands. I can be Bella without my hair, but I couldn’t play Joan without.”

And while some teenage girls would not have been too eager to chop off their locks, Stewart said she didn’t have an emotional attachment to her strands. “I think Dakota was more emotional than I was, to be honest,” she said. “She, like, almost cried when I cut my hair. It was something I needed to do. I needed to feel the sweat coming down my face and, like, I needed to be able to touch it. I just needed to do it.”

The bond between Stewart and Fanning went far beyond that of just hair — the girls admitted that they became really good friends while shooting the flick. “It would have been really awful had we not [gotten along],” she said. “It is really rare, I have to say. I’ve worked with so many young people. I’ve met so many young people, actors, and everyone’s different. Everybody’s doing things for different reasons. I strongly admire [her]. It’s cool.”

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Remember Me Available for Pre-Order



As reported earlier “Remember Me” will be available on DVD in the US June 22, 2010. Now you can pre-order your own copy starting today on Amazon.

If you are interested in Pre-Ordering “Remember Me” you can visit the site HERE!

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Pattinson: 'I have unique bond with Kristen'






Robert Pattinson has proclaimed that he has a "special bond" with Kristen Stewart.

According to Showbiz Spy, Pattinson refused to comment on the nature of the relationship between the Twilight co-stars, despite having previously said that the pair are "together".

Pattinson said of Stewart: "We have a special bond together, she is the sweetest, smartest and strongest girl I know.

"If we have a relationship I would rather not say, because my words get twisted around too much and can be 'old news' by the time this interview is printed."

The actor added: "I've been linked to a lot of actresses in Hollywood, most of them I find too silly and shallow that I would not want to date them

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Robert Pattinson 'Bel Ami' Set




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Robert Pattinson: All Smiles on the "Bel Ami" Set




His job offers have certainly sky-rocketed ever since “The Twilight Saga” hit the big screen and Robert Pattinson has been hard at work on yet another film as of late.

The hunky actor is currently shooting “Bel Ami” in Budapest, Hungary, alongside lovely actress co-stars including Uma Thurman and Christina Ricci.

Rumor has it that Pattinson’s girlfriend, Kristen Stewart, flew into Budapest yesterday (April 9) to celebrate her 20th birthday with her beau.

Of his lovely lady, Rob gushed, “Kristen and I have a special bond together, she is the sweetest, smartest and strongest girl I know

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2 Old/New Videos of Robert Pattinson at the LA New Moon Premiere







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Robert, Taylor, Kristen & Chris at UK Fan Event Q&A





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Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart will be at Los Angeles Eclipse Premiere


Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are probably making time on their schedule to be involved with the Twilight Eclipse premiere announced in Los Angeles. Being held on June 24, the two co-stars along with Taylor Lautner won’t be disappointing fans when they walk down the carpet. It may not be at the same time, but definitely at the same place!

At this moment the only defined date is Thursday June 24, 2010 for the premiere in Los Angeles. There is a huge Twilight battle ensuing online a the moment so the location could be at Mann’s theatre in Los Angeles or other movie theater locations with strong security.

Which leaves the other premiere for the movie. Like New Moon, there will be more than one single premiere and that would include a showing in the UK and Asia. However mum is the word on Australia. The fans from down under have been rallying for some sort of star power to arrive and introduce the movie, which would be an absolute delight for the fans.

For all the Twilight fans who expect to see the celebrities at the red carpet and are coming from out of town, now is the time to rent your hotels and arrange your travels as thousands are expected to come to the twilight premiere to catch a glimpse of the stars, no matter where the location is finally decided upon.

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Robert Pattinson Crowned Best Dressed Man in Glamour Poll


X Factor judge Cheryl Cole has retained her crown as the world’s best-dressed female celebrity.

The results, which also saw model Katie Price named as worst-dressed woman, were compiled from around 14,000 votes from the magazine’s readers.

The British actor Robert Pattinson was named the best-dressed man.

The results appear in the May edition of the magazine.

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Remember Me Makes $10.5 Million at the Foreign Box Office




Robert Pattinson’s romantic drama Remember Me has taken in approximately $10.5 million at the international box office up to March 28, 2010, according to figures found at Box Office Mojo. (Australia and Bulgaria, March 21.)

After being greeted by mixed-to-negative reviews, Remember Me has earned a total of $17.7 million in the United States/Canada up to April 1. Its worldwide cume currently stands at about $28.2 million — actually more than that; as stated above, international figures are one week behind.

To date, Remember Me’s top international markets have been Russia* with $3.159 million, Brazil with $1.476 million, Italy with $1.043 million, Australia with $916K (March 21), and Germany with $843K. Apparently, Robert Pattinson has a large following in those countries.

Next in line are Greece (423K), Sweden ($405K), Poland ($333K), Mexico ($270K), Portugal ($229K), and New Zealand/Fiji ($216K).

Remember Me, which was executive produced by Pattinson, officially cost $16 million. Summit Entertainment should get about half of the film’s worldwide gross (if $28.3 million, that would mean approximately $14 million or so for the studio; the box-office split, however, can vary depending on the film and the territories where it has played).

As I’ve said in previous posts, even after including advertising and distribution costs, Remember Me will most likely end up in the black after worldwide box-office rentals and ancillary revenues are added up.

In fact, this latest Robert Pattinson vehicle is already close to covering its production costs at the global box-office even though it’s just now opening in major markets such as the United Kingdom, The Netherlands, and Spain.

Remember Me has yet to open in Japan, China, France, South Korea, Denmark, Turkey, and Argentina and many other large and mid-size territories.

Directed by Allen Coulter from a screenplay by Will Fetters, Remember Me stars Robert Pattinson as a young rebel at odds with his father (Pierce Brosnan). Emilie de Ravin plays Pattinson’s romantic interest. Also in the cast: Chris Cooper, Lena Olin, Ruby Jerins, and Tate Ellington.

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ROBSTEN life imitating art?

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Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart in Bed Photo: THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE











Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in bed together in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. There was a time, a long, long time ago, when my (and perhaps your) great-grandparents were around, probably in diapers, that a scene such as the one pictured above would have gotten movie censors foaming at the mouth.

Whether the foam would be the result of erotic desire, religious terror, or a mixture of both no one can tell. But what’s known is that such a scene would never have made the film’s final cut. That’s probably the way it still is in certain parts of the world, where a man and a woman displaying affection or desire for one another is considered abhorrent, sinful, disgusting, or worse.

But really, unless you’re a total, out-of-control prudish freak, you’ll find this Robert Pattinson-Kristen Stewart photo totally harmless. That is, unless Pattinson’s Edward Cullen decides to bite Stewart’s Bella Swan’s neck and drain all her blood. But that’s not gonna happen.

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Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart: Most influential People


Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Lady Gaga has made it into the list of Most Influential People in the World. Time magazine has recently released their top influential list and all three stars have made it in there.

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are creating a buzz in the industry. Their new movie "Twilight: Ecliplse" is getting ready to hit the screens this summer. Also on personal front Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have been linked together and they have finally confirmed that they are seeing each other.

Lady Gaga is a path breaker in her own way. Her music has a totally new flavour and has artistic expressions rarely seen by musicians. We truly agree that Lady Gaga, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart belongs in the list of Most Influential People in the World.

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Emilie de Ravin talks to ITN about working with Rob




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Poster boy Pattinson Shows His Romantic Side – New Interview



He’s Hollywood’s hottest teenage heart-throb but Robert Pattinson is turning his back on the Twilight franchise – for now at least – for a very different role. Rob Driscoll fights his way through the screaming fans at the Remember Me premiere to chat to the leading man.

IT must be tough, being the world’s hottest poster boy. But if Robert Pattinson is getting tired of all the constant attention and adulation, he’s not showing it.

The 23-year-old British star of Twilight – the phenomenally successful big-screen teen vampire franchise in which he plays the sullen and brooding blood-sucking hero Edward Cullen – has just come inside from the hysterical, adoring crowds mobbing the premiere of his latest film, Remember Me, in London’s Leicester Square, and he seems remarkably cool and unfazed about the sheer madness of it all.

You’d surely forgive him if, in the midst of such heightened and almost unreal mayhem, he came across as either withdrawn, or a little precious, or unapproachable, or even big-headed.

Yet R-Patz, as his teen fan base have dubbed him, is none of these; instead he is refreshingly bashful, light-hearted, unaffected and humorous throughout the proceedings.

“I’ve been up since six this morning, so forgive me if I’m just talking rubbish,” he giggles, a little self-consciously.

Yes, some of his answers are a little rambling and unfocused but that’s far from surprising, given the circumstances of the last half-hour (the relentless flashbulbs of the paparazzi’s cameras and the deafening screams from those “Twi-hards”).

But you can’t help but like the guy for the sheer fact that he doesn’t take himself too seriously, yet at the same time not for a second taking his extraordinary success as a given.

The first two films in the Twilight series – the biggest books-to-screen franchise since Harry Potter (whose fourth outing, The Goblet of Fire, by the way, saw him steal scenes as Cedric Diggory, heroic golden boy and victim of Voldemart) – have earned Pattinson millions, made him the most sought-after young actor in Hollywood, and furnished him with a superstar girlfriend, his co-star in the vampire films, Kristen Stewart.

He has already filmed the third in the series, Eclipse, due for release this summer, and he’ll shoot the fourth and final chapter, Breaking Dawn, at the end of the year.

For now, though, comes Remember Me, his first post-Twilight film and an important project for Pattinson as it’s a chance to display his acting credentials away from the special effects-led blockbuster series that has led to Vanity Fair labelling him The Most Handsome Man in the World.

The new film – a much smaller, unflashy affair compared to the Twilight outings – is a slow-burning romantic drama in which Pattinson stars as Tyler Hawkins, a rebellious New York rich-kid student who has lost his way ever since a family tragedy.

He’s at constant odds with his big-shot businessman father (Pierce Brosnan) and life offers him little meaning until a crass bet with his best buddy results in an awkward meeting with local beauty and kindred spirit Ally (Lost’s Emilie de Ravin).

What follows is an intriguing and compelling mix of indie drama, burgeoning teen romance, and a dark sense of foreboding, with one or two surprises in the way of time-lines and greater significant events in the scheme of the story.

“I’d read hundreds of scripts over the summer, after I did (the first) Twilight, and everything seemed exactly the same,” says Pattinson. “This one initially stood out in the way the dialogue was written, and it just seemed much more naturalistic than most things I was reading.

“Tyler as a character intrigued me. It seems that most young male protagonists as the lead in movies have to be either a virgin, or have to learn everything during the movie, or they go through the trials of the movie and end up a different person and completely fine.

“Tyler starts off with a lot of baggage, and a very full and developed character, and ends up developed in a slightly different way, rather than, ‘Oh, I’m fine now!’ You just never see that in films very much, especially for young people’s parts.”

Mention to Pattinson that Tyler is another “deep and brooding” character, and he lets out a nervous laugh.

“I never thought Tyler was that brooding, to be honest. I never even heard the word before Twilight. I guess as an actor you like to play broken, troubled characters, because that’s more interesting, especially because I’m not particularly broken or troubled myself.”

It’s almost a throwaway comment, but maybe that’s the secret of Pattinson’s “normality” – despite everything, he remains a middle-class lad from Barnes, south-west London, and he’s close to his family, who keep him grounded by refusing to pander to the Hollywood hype.

As such, his embarrassed modesty about his looks, for example, comes across as completely genuine.

Much as Daniel Craig’s in-between-Bond movies are important choices, Pattinson knew he had to be careful about the kind of film he wanted to make away from the enigmatic world of Edward Cullen, although he insists he has no “career plan” about the parts he takes.

“Even when we were shooting this movie, I never thought about the box office,” he says. “It’s only when it came to promoting it that you’re asked about all that stuff.

But I always felt it’s important to do films like this; obviously it’s not like a Twilight movie, it’s an original screenplay, it doesn’t fit into any genre, and it’s not that much of 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. If there seems to be a gap in the market for something, then I try and do that. I’m trying to do that with all the other things I’m doing afterwards.”

That includes Bel Ami, a French period drama (based on the Guy de Maupassant novel) alongside Cristina Ricci, Uma Thurman and Kristen Scott Thomas; and Unbound Captives, a Western, which he’s chosen mainly because his father is obsessed with the genre.

What is perhaps most significant about Remember Me is that it almost certainly wouldn’t have got made without Pattinson, such is the power he now commands in an industry where a box office name that can fill cinema seats speaks volumes to the studio bigwigs.

As such, Pattinson has a telling credit in the film’s opening titles, that of executive producer; he read the script in a burger joint car park, and signed onto the film two months before the first Twilight came out, with the promise that he would be fully consulted on casting decisions and script changes throughout.

“Having something like Twilight gives it publicity, immediately,” concedes Pattinson. “I’ve always felt it’s the most important thing you can do with films like this, which are quite difficult to promote, I would have thought – to advertise it generically and get it out to people.”

He’s more than aware that not all of his Twilight fans might be willing to see him in other parts, but he’s equally keen that they take a chance on something different, and invest in a new story and a new character.

“If people go to see it, once you’ve got them into the cinema, then it’s almost inevitable that they’ll get drawn into it, hopefully,” he says.

“Obviously, you hope people like things, but if you start doing stuff to please a certain audience, you’re going in the wrong direction.

Especially when you’re trying to please huge swathes of people.”

Remember Me opens today


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Robert Pattinson on E! News – April 2nd


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Congratulations to Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart for winning Best Foreing actor and Best Foreing Actress

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Robert Pattinson’s Chocolate Head

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mmmmmm just what i want right? Rob covered in chocolate huh?? my thought go straight to (me licking rob up and down and..... (clears throat) yeah so what do you guys think?? let us know:))

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New Eclipse Stills


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E! News Now: Sink Your Teeth Into "Eclipse"

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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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