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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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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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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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.