Archive for 11/1/12 - 12/1/12

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New Fan Pictures of Rob at a Pub in London December 24, 2012

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@bugzzb: R patts at the sun inn #wotusayintwilight
@ChloeLoubet: Standing next to Robert pattinson in a pub
@mazdem: Yes that's Robert Pattinson in the black hat in my local!
@benbogle91: Just clocked Robert Pattinson at my local. Great jawline. #Starstruck #RPatz

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More of Rob's Interview with iVillage from BD2 LA Press Junket

Rob around 0:43

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New Pictures, Fan Pictures and Video of Rob Leaving from JFK Airport December 22, 2012

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New Rob and Kristen Fan Pictures from BD2 LA, London and Madrid Premieres

LA Premiere

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Sam Riley Talks About Kristen with Shockya

Q: In the movie, you have some racy scenes with Kristen Stewart. What was it like to film those scenes?

SR: It’s a strange thing. I never had to do that much of that sort of thing before, and they’re not the sort of scenes that I relish. There’s not a lot you can do or play, necessarily. It’s like a fight-you hit, you duck. It’s all quite orchestrated.

I was pretty uncomfortable. She was 19, and I was nearly 30 and married. (laughs) We’re mates, but it was weird. You do it as quickly as possible, unlike in real life. You want to try to get it right the first or second time, so you don’t have to do it a lot of times.

My grandparents went to go watch it, and my grandfather’s 90. I said, what do you think of it, and he said, you were very good, but it was a bit racy in some points. He said, it’s not really my generation, and I said, it is your generation, you were there.

Q: Did you know Kristen before you worked together on this film?

SR: No, I don’t come into much contact with stars in my daily life. I’m married to a German one (actress Alexandra Maria Lara).

I knew the Jodie Foster move she was in (‘Panic Room’), but I didn’t realize it was her. I had seen ‘Into the Wild,’ and my younger sister loves the ‘Twilight’ movies. Kristen tried to explain to me the plot for the one that just came out (‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn-Part 2′), and it sounded bonkers. (laughs) It’s like, he’s a vampire, and he’s a werewolf. I get pregnant by the vampire, and the child grows at an enormous rate, and comes out almost at toddler age. I thought, this is very unusual for children’s’ entertainment. (laughs) But I didn’t know anyone before starting.

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New Bella and Jacob Still from Breaking Dawn: Part 2

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New Kristen Interview with Sidewalks from OTR San Francisco Press Junket

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Sam Riley Talks About Kristen with ELLE

Between the sheets with Kristen: "You achieve a comfort level by pretending. We both have partners, and we were friendly. I’m not actually comfortable doing that sort of thing because I was feeling guilty because she was like, 19, and I was 30. I’m actually more comfortable doing psychotic things than sex scenes. Really, you just hope you get it done as quickly as possible."

KStew knows a thing or two about the undead: "I asked her one time to explain the story of Twilight to me, and she told me about how she has this weird baby, and I said, it doesn’t exactly sound like children’s entertainment! I was quite surprised at how insane it all seemed. She was a little shy at first, but she’s great fun to hang around with. I was really impressed with how she handled herself in an almost frightening situation in Argentina, when we were being chased in an airport by 300 screaming fans. A lot of girls her age—not to name names—go off the rails with that kind of attention, but she’s got a good head on her shoulders. But no, she didn’t have any vampire tips for Byzantium. I just naturally have the complexion for it."

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OTR LA Times Portrait now in HQ


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Garrett Hedlund Talks About Kristen with Shockya

Q: You and Kristen had great chemistry, so how did you guys develop that?

GH: I think it was from being around each other for the four weeks before we began filming. We were all in the same room all day, everyday. We went over material, and were reading a lot of the writings. That was a time for us to share with each other, like anything one had encountered.

Also, Walter shared with us what he discovered on his research. All day, everyday, it was Sam, Kristen and I in this apartment with Walter, listening to jazz, reading. It was one big study hall, so that’s where it came from.

Also, she’s not a hard one to get along with. She’s really great, and really dedicated to this. Everyone who was in this was great, and accepted everyone else as a family.

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Old BTS Still of Kristen and Garrett from OTR in Better Quality

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Ben Lyons and Josh Horowitz Review On The Road and Talk About Kristen


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New Kristen and Garrett Interview with Vulture

Kristen Stewart and Garrett Hedlund are in the middle of a game of Q&A chicken. They’re sitting in a courtyard at the Beverly Hills Four Seasons on a hot November morning, staring at each other over a small table, waiting for the other one to crack first and answer my question. The only movement comes from the smoke wafting off his cigarette and the slowly forming half-smile on each of their faces.

All I’ve done to provoke this battle of wills is to ask, “Which of you is most like your character in On the Road?” In the new film adaptation of the classic Jack Kerouac–penned road trip novel (which opens today in limited release), Hedlund plays the charismatic bohemian Dean Moriarty, and Stewart is cast as Dean’s carnal free spirit of a girlfriend, Marylou. Neither actor wants to brag that he or she closely resembles an iconic literary character, so it becomes obvious to both that a round of mutual compliments is the only way out of this question. But who will be brave enough to suck it up and go first?

“He’s got a lot of Dean in him,” Stewart finally says.

“He’s got a lot of teeth in him?” Hedlund replies, in mock-confusion.

“Dean!” she insists, as they both start laughing. It isn’t hard to coax a smile from Stewart and Hedlund, even if their screen personas would suggest otherwise. Both are best known for their straightforward, sullen work in big-bucks franchise roles — she in Twilight, he in Tron Legacy — and you can see what drew them to On the Road, a film populated not by computer programs but flesh-and-blood people, where the characters aren’t undead but instead, really living.

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New On The Road Featurette from iTunes

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David Cronenberg Talks About Rob with First Post

A lot has been said about your unconventional choice of Robert Pattinson for the lead role.

The thing I liked about Rob Pattinson as an actor is that he’s a serious actor. And you could lose sight of that, because he’s had this big popular success with the Twilight movies, but he is not afraid to play a character who is difficult to like, you know, because some actors are afraid to do that, because they feel it is too personal, that they themselves will not be liked by their audience, and so on. But a real actor is not afraid to play an unsympathetic character, and Rob is a real actor.

Also, I think to be an actor, you need intelligence, first of all. For example, Rob immediately realised that the script was quite funny, and most people don’t get that. Then you want sensitivity to the subtleties of the movie, in terms of what is going on in the movie, the dialogue and so on. And Rob, personally, is very knowledgeable about cinema.

(chuckles) I don’t think his Twilight fans realise this about him, but he’s really an aficionado about art cinema. I mean, on the set I’d find him talking to Juliette Binoche about obscure French cinema, (chuckles) so you know, he brings a real depth of understanding of the history and art of cinema and all of those things mean that you have a lot of power and a lot of responsiveness from your actor as a director. It’s like driving the Ferrari instead of driving, you know, a Volkwagen Beetle. And you get that with Rob. I must also add, he’s very down to earth and very easy to work with. He’s not diva at all, you know. He’s really a sweetheart.

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New Interview of Kristen with Young Hollywood from OTR NYC Press Junket

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Kristen in Junior Screen Japan Magazine + New Picture

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New Picture of Kristen in FLIX Magazine (Japan)

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New Kristen Interview with ET from OTR NYC Premiere

Kristen's part at 0:15

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New Kristen Interview with DIRECTV from OTR NYC Press Junket


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New Kristen Interview with CBS News from OTR NYC Premiere

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New Fan Pictures + Videos of Rob in NYC December 20, 2012

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Kristen Takes HuffPost's #NoFilter Challenge

What's your guiltiest pleasure?
Hmm. I take these things very seriously. Whenever anyone's like, "Oh, we're just gonna do a fun quick-fire-question thing." My guiltiest pleasure? Shit. God. Dude, what's yours?

Oh, God, I probably wouldn't want to say, now that I think about it.

Have you ever stolen anything?
Actually, no. I stole a pack of gum when I was younger and literally turned right around and gave it back. And he was such an asshole to me. I was like, "I should have just walked. I am being a good person." And he literally chastised me for 15 minutes. I was like, "Why did I even give this back to him?"

If failure weren't an option, what's one thing you would do?
Oh, god. God. That is too -- dude, these are not quick-fire questions. They're heavy questions.

What shows are on your DVR?
I actually don't watch TV.

Do you ever text in the movie theater?
Um, I don't typically sit in a movie theater.

If you could ask Kim Kardashian one question, what would it be?
Um, wow. I have no idea.

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'Cosmopolis' in Year End Lists

MTV - Top 50 Movie Characters Of 2012

20. Eric Packer ("Cosmopolis")

Gone are the days of Edward Cullen, the pale-skinned vamp at the heart of the "Twilight" series. It's a new day for Robert Pattinson, who is taking his acting career more seriously with every passing role. Case in point: "Cosmopolis," the David Cronenberg mind-trip that turns the normally affable Pattinson into a deeply unlikable numbers guy in the thick of an existential crisis. His Eric Packer was more alien than man, virtually emotionless, and thoroughly reckless with a firearm. The gulf between Packer and Cullen is as noticeable as Eric's asymmetrical prostate, and we salute the actor for going so boldly into strange new territory. Here's hoping for more.

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Kristen and Rob #2 and #5 Top Grossing Actors Of 2012 of Forbes

While Twilight is another film with multiple stars, I gave each of them credit for the fantastic box office performance of Breaking Dawn Part 2, the final film in the Twilight series. So far the film has earned $779 million and it’s still going strong in theaters.

Of the three main stars (who all earn the same amount at this point), Kristen Stewart earned the most at the box office this year: $1.1 billion. In addition to Twilight, she had Snow White and the Huntsman, which hit theaters this summer. The film turned into a nice little hit bringing in $397 million at the global box office and establishing Stewart as a movie star who will have no problem moving beyond the Twilight world.

Stewart’s costar Robert Pattinson ranks fifth on our list with $793 million. Like Stewart, he had non-Twilight films this year but unlike Stewart, his weren’t big hits. Cosmpolis and Bel Ami earned $14 million combined.


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New Breaking Dawn: Part 1 and 2 BTS Video

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Sam Riley Talks About Kristen with

Were you worried at all that Kristen’s personal drama might impact the release of “On the Road” and how people perceived it?

No. I don’t really think that. Um, no. I mean I was more worried for a friend. You know, I don’t really care. That’s difficult to say, really. You say anything about that subject you’re sort of feeding the beast. But no, I didn’t think about that at all.

And an important part of any road trip is the soundtrack. Any key songs you listened to on the shoot?

I was sort of one of the ones that was in charge of the jukebox while we were shooting. I bought a huge collection of bebop songs and things which I always had with me on my phone and would always play while we were driving in between. I didn’t think I would get into it, but I sort of did, actually.

So you went era-appropriate?

Sometimes it helps a little bit. I learned a lot about modern bands through the kids like Kristen and Tom and Garrett, who all listen. My finger’s not on the pulse of what is popular these days.

They all liked, I can’t even remember the names… Arcade Fire, they all like folksy stuff these days. Mumford and Sons. And Kristen, occasionally, a bit of Miley Cyrus, as well. And Garrett liked to play a lot of country as well. Whereas I was still listening to Elvis Costello and The Clash.


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