Friday, August 31, 2012

**HD YouTube** Guy Pierce(Robert Pattinson Future Co-Star) Talks 'The Rover'

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Bruce Willis Pokes Fun At Robert Pattinson&Kristen Scandal On "Late Show"

Earning himself several laughs from the audience, Bruce Willis used his appearance on the “Late Show with David Letterman” Thursday (August 30) to poke fun at the Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson breakup.===== The "Looper" star parodied the highly-publicized split with a clip from his supposed new "Die Hard 5" flick, titled "Twi-Hard: With A Vengeance". In the spot Bruce's character finds himself on the brink of a major catastrophe as he goes one on one with a bad guy. === However, despite all the action around him, he simply can't get it together enough to focus on the fiasco because he's too distraught about RPatz and K.Stew.==== Willis isn't the first celeb to make light of the salacious cheating scandal as Will Ferrell previously got in on the fun, calling Kristen a "trampire" and acting distraught over the ordeal while on "Conan". ==== Go HERE to watch vid. === Source:Celebrity-Gossip

Patrick Brennan (Liam ‘Irish Coven‘ in BDPart 2) Mentions Robert Pattinson

When you found out you were going to work on this movie, who were you most excited to work with? You know I have a scene with all the guys- Robert Pattinson – the 3 of those guys- and Kristen- I found them to be so… I was looking forward to meeting those three – I found them to be so welcoming and down to earth and normal. I don’t know what I was expecting but I wasn’t expecting that. I found them all to be really really great people. And funny and weird and cool. And when I did my scene with Jacob I was stumbling over lines and thought “wow—it’s too odd. I’m sitting across from these Twilight stars.” It took me awhile to get in my body & get in the scenes. I was nervous. And Michael Sheen- I’ve always admired him as an actor. And I didn’t get to do much with him, but I got to know him a little bit on set. I’ve always admired his work as an actor. ===== What were some of the things you did to bond with the other cast members on set? You know it’s weird. you think there would be a couple people here and there you don’t get along with, but when you’re staying at the same hotel and you’re kinda on top of one another working all day, together you form all these great friendships and there was not one bad seed in the whole bunch. I think the people out there are gonna really love this new group of vampires. They are really good people. And it was kinda interesting- we got to the hotel and had dinner and I think we all really liked each other which is important because sometimes we’d spend sometimes 15 hours together on set and it was pretty instant! We really liked each other and spent time together outside of– even when we weren’t working- nobody holed up in their room. We all got together and did things together because we all genuinely liked each other. That was the cool thing. It was a great experience. People were so great!
==== Read the rest at source LettersToTwilight

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

***NEW*** Breaking Dawn Part 2 Stills of Edward Cullen & Movie Running Time

Read MTV’s interview with director Bill Condon HERE. He says running time is one hour and 56 minutes. ==== Source: BreakingDawnMovie

***NEW PICS/VID*** Robert Pattinson Arriving /Leaving NYSE To Ring Bell(8/14)

In the video you hear someone wonder whether the blonde woman is Rob's sister; it's his London-based agent. Source:CosmopolisFilmBlog

Sunday, August 26, 2012

HOBO Magazine **SCAN** Of Robert Pattinson 'Cosmopolis'

I know you can't read a thing but my funny bone has been struck by the name of the magazine. HOBO!!! How appropriate for our Rob to be in it. Bwahahaaa. === Thanks to Gossip-Dance

Saturday, August 25, 2012

***SNEAK PEEK VIDS*** A Closer Look Into Robert Pattinson's Role As Rey In 'The Rover'

We hardly know anything about The Rover where Rob won the role Rey. Sam Claflin’s also auditioned for the role and here's a sneak peek at 3 scenes from his audition tapes. Enjoy!!

THE ROVER - Scene 1 from Sam Claflin on Vimeo.

THE ROVER - Scene 2 from Sam Claflin on Vimeo.

THE ROVER - Scene 3 from Sam Claflin on Vimeo.

Synopsis: The Australian desert in a dangerous and damaged near future. Eric has left everything, everyone and every semblance of human kindness behind him. And then he has his last possession stolen by a gang of dangerous criminals. Eric sets off on a ruthless mission to track them down, forced along the way to enlist the help of Rey, the naïve and injured junior member of the gang, who was left behind in the bloody chaos of the gang’s most recent robbery.=== Rob description during Playlist interview. - "It's a kind of a western," Pattinson explained. "It's very existential. It's really interesting. I couldn't really explain to you what it's about but it's sort of about how much pain can the world take and how much disgust and cruelty before love dies. I think that's kind of what it's about." === Via The Rover Film

His ‘Ridiculous’ Life Gives Robert Pattinson The Giggles

It has been a summer of discontent for Robert Pattinson. Since his longtime girlfriend and “Twilight” co-star Kristen Stewart was photographed in intimate poses with another man a few weeks ago, the heat on his life has been daunting. === How does he deal with it?” “It drives you nuts,” he says of all the hoopla. “It’s just nuts. “I don’t know how I cope with it. I really don’t know,” he says in a good-natured voice. “At times, I find the whole thing pretty funny. It is pretty funny. My life is kind of ridiculous to me. It’s so absurd at time.”===== Last week he fended off countless questions about the scandal while making the media rounds to promote “Cosmopolis,” his new film with director David Cronenberg (“A History of Violence,” “Eastern Promises”). Through it all, he felt the love of his fans. The Twi-hards definitely have been Team Robert.==== “I don’t credit that to myself,” Pattinson says. “It’s just that there is something elemental about the ‘Twilight’ books and the movies. The core story has connected to people. “The fan love from that is kind of amazing. I guess it’s so much better than everyone hating you.” ===== By now he should have developed an attitude — if only he knew how. “I want to change. I can’t make myself change. I can’t develop an attitude,” Pattinson says with a goofy giggle that is his trademark.==== Adds Cronenberg, “I’ve seen him even try to change and it’s pathetic.”=== In “Cosmopolis,” based on the novel by Don DeLillo, Pattinson plays a 28-year-old financial whiz kid and billionaire asset manager whose world is exploding. He gets into his stretch limo to get a haircut from his father’s old barber while wagering his company’s massive fortune on a bet against the Chinese Yuan. His trip across the city becomes a journey as he runs into city riots, various visitors and intimate encounters.==== Filming in a limo for so long wasn’t claustrophobic.==== “I actually kind of enjoyed it,” he says. “In the beginning, I wanted to stay in the car for the entire day. But it was so unbearably hot. I couldn’t really do this method. “The car made me really concentrate.” ==== The London-born actor does an American accent in the movie. “I don’t even know what accent I was doing half of the time,” he admits. “I always found that the dialect was written in the lines.” ==== This fall, he plays vampire Edward Cullen in “Breaking Dawn — Part 2,” meant to be the final installment of the “Twilight” franchise. Fans of the series are about to enter the depression zone, and Pattinson offers some words of hope. “I’m sure they’ll have a ‘Twilight’ TV series spinoff soon. They’ll do it again,” Pattinson says.===== Would he ever play Edward Cullen again? “Who knows?” he says. “The only thing that creates a little bit of a problem is that I’m supposed to be 17 forever. “I’m not sure I can be 17 forever,” he says with another giggle.==== He is excited to see what the future holds for him in Hollywood and elsewhere. “Life is all about luck,” he says. “Getting to this point was lucky. I just hope that my luck holds out.” ==== Ask him what he knows about life at this point that he didn’t know when he was younger, and he giggles again.==== “I basically have learned that I know absolutely nothing,” he says. “I thought I knew it all. Again, I knew absolutely nothing.”==== Source: Suntimes

This Week's Social Media Power Rankings: Thank Heavens for Robert Pattinson

The social media sphere is an increasingly noisy place, especially for brands. But hiding somewhere in the static are strong signals from companies reaching their customers in innovative ways. The Social Business Index from Dachis Group provides a (free) real-time ranking of more than 30,000 global brands based on their social performance. Every week we're taking a tally of who's getting heard, what they're saying, and why it matters.
PPR can thank one big Twilight star for its jump this week. You see, PPR owns Gucci brand, and it just so happens that one heartbroken Robert Pattinson wore a Gucci suit while at the premiere of his film this week. According to Marshad, "Gucci's post on Cosmopolis premiere (with Pattinson), garnered more than 30,000 Likes, 1,000 Shares, and nearly 600 Comments." Never underestimate the power of RPatz. Source: theatlanticwire via gossip-dance

***JUST IN*** HD 'Cosmopolis' Opening & End Credits Vids!

Cosmopolis opening credits. Click 1 to view vid.
End credits.Click 2 to view vid. Thanks to Justin Stephenson: Creative Director, Designer, Animator

Friday, August 24, 2012

**NOW IN UHG** Breaking Dawn Part2 Cullens Comic Con Poster

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Thursday, August 23, 2012

Robert Pattinson Jimmy Kimmel Live Portraits From Last Night (8/22)

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VH1 Pop Up Videos Make Reference to Robert Pattinson "Allergic To Vagina" Joke

puvrpff82212 by officialspunkransom Oy vey!!! Why dear Lord did they have to bring up this old joke. Smh Source:Spunk-Ransom

**2 NEW FAN SIGNING VIDS*** Robert Pattionson At Jimmy Kimmel Last Night (8/22)

***Scans*** Robert Pattinosn In "Caras & "Istoé Gente" Magazines (Brazil)

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**HD VIDS** Robert Pattinson On Jimmy Kimmel Live (8/22)

David C. Talks Robert Pattinson "Spontaneous" Reactions + Spoiler 'Cosmopolis' Ending

IFC: You mentioned wanting to see great actors speak the dialogue, and the movie is filled with them. But I’m curious about Robert Pattinson, who’s still a young actor and doesn’t have nearly as much experience as some of the supporting cast, but has a massive following. When you have a project like this, do you do more tailoring of the script to fit his strengths, or more work with him to match his abilities and talents to the material?=== CRONENBERG: For all the actors, you don’t really know what you’re going to get. Except for some auditions that a few actors did for certain roles, I never heard the dialogue spoken until we were shooting. With Rob in particular, I never heard that particular dialogue spoken until we were shooting. You go into filming with confidence that you have the right guy, but you don’t know exactly what’s going to happen. There’s a very organic thing that goes on in “Cosmopolis” that’s very spontaneous, because until Robert’s sitting in the limo with the actual actor opposite him who he’s playing the scene with — and there are so many different actors who come in and out of that limo — he doesn’t know how he’s going to react, because he’s not acting in a vacuum. He’s reacting to the other actor. . . . For example, the very first scene we shot was in the limo with Jay Baruchel. Rob was shocked by how Jay was playing it, because he was playing it with so much emotion and vulnerability, and Rob had never anticipated that. So he had to react to that. That’s the excitement of the movie: you mix all of these things that are potent and good, but you don’t really know what you’re going to get from that.==== IFC: It’s sort of like cooking… CRONENBERG: [Laughs] Yes, it is. It’s like cooking a meal you’ve never made before.==== SPOILER ALERT!!!==== IFC: On the subject of changes form the source material, I’m going to get into spoiler territory here for a moment and ask you about the end of the movie and how it differs from the book. The movie leaves things more uncertain than the book, it seems… CRONENBERG: It’s hard to discuss without spoilers, but it would’ve been very easy to put a gunshot on the soundtrack and you would know that Eric was murdered. And in the book you know that he’s murdered, or at least if you believe Benno, he’s been murdered — but that’s the thing, because Benno is not exactly a trustworthy narrator. In the book there is still some scope for uncertainty as to Eric’s fate, but as we were shooting that last scene, I loved that these two guys were frozen in that last moment — almost frozen in an eternity of uncertainty. They’re bound together. They’re locked together in this sort of archetypal moment. I thought the moment should be eternal.==== IFC: I can picture you going, “And cut it right… there!” === CRONENBERG: [Laughs] Basically, yeah. So it was more like that than a dramatic thing. It wasn’t like, “Oh, I can’t stand to have this character killed,” or “Rob’s fans won’t like it if I shoot Robert,” or anything like that. I wasn’t worry about that stuff. It was really spontaneous. As I mentioned, we could’ve easily made it clear that he’s killed, cutting to black with the sound of a gunshot.==== (END OF SPOILER) Read the rest HERE

David C.Talks Choosing Robert Pattinson "Leap of Faith" & Describes 'Cosmopolis' "Childlike" Eric

Describing the story in a telephone interview from his Toronto base, Cronenberg explains that “the barber shop is not just a place where you go to get a haircut. It is his past. He’s returning to his childhood, to capture or reconnect with something that in his young adulthood he has lost.”==== Packer is an unsympathetic protagonist, a titan of finance at age 28 who browbeats his employees, cheats on his wife, and presumes (and often incites) the worst in every person and every situation he encounters. It’s no wonder that he travels in an armored car, with a bodyguard, under constant fear of death threats. And yet, Cronenberg, following DeLillo, finds a poignancy to his situation.==== “As the movie progresses,” he says, “he becomes more and more vulnerable and childlike, and he begins to confess that he doesn’t know how to interact, how to talk to his wife. He says, ‘This is how people talk, isn’t it?’ Although he is incredibly powerful and successful in his abstract bond-and-money-trading way, he has disconnected himself. Just as he has insulated his limo, he’s insulated his life from the vibrancy and human energy of the city. And he’s trying to connect with that.” ==== Given the heavy New York atmosphere of the film, it’s something of a surprise that Cronenberg should have chosen the British actor Robert Pattinson for the lead role. ==== Still, he admits, there is, in all such matters, a leap of faith. === “It’s just intuiting that he can do the role,” he says. “Because you’re asking him here to do things he hasn’t done before. But I was convinced by the time that I had done all my work that he was the right guy. I knew he was good, and he surprised me by how good he was.” One of Pattinson’s challenges was the sheer density of the dialogue. “Cosmopolis” is filled with deep, thick, abstract conversations that can feel more literary than cinematic. But Cronenberg says that it’s a mistake to think of cinema as a more purely visual than verbal art. “If you ask me ‘What is cinema?,’” he says, “I would say that the essence of cinema is two people talking. That’s the thing we photograph most in a movie: a person’s face, usually talking. Even in an action movie you get a lot of that, percentage-wise. I’ve never shied away from dialogue because, as I say, I find it innately cinematic. You find people who say, ‘That’s theatrical,’ because for them theater is dialogue. But to me that’s completely wrong. Dialogue is innately cinematic, and when you think of something as ‘theatrical’ you’re thinking of something else, you’re thinking of something structural.” ==== Read the rest HERE

***Pics,Full Vid, Arrival, Leaving& Fan Signing Vids** Robert Pattinosn ON Jimmy Kimmel

@epnebelle Rob strutting down the hall of Kimmel
@TwilightPoison Rob
@TwilightPoison lol Rob, stop swearing! He was bleeped three times! Thanks to @MyRobAddiction Rob backstage walking to the stage. Rob signing for fans. Rob leaving Rob arriving

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Robert Patinson Signing Fan Pics At Jimmy Kimmel Gates (8/22)

@courtjustice Robert Pattinson slips on his blue suede @VANS_66 #Pritchard shoes + @PaulSmithDesign shades for @JimmyKimmelLive!
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