Thursday, December 31, 2009

Robert Pattinson Named "Most Wanted" Celebrity of 2009

Actor Robert Pattinson ('Twilight', 'New Moon') has been named the "Most Wanted" Celebrity of 2009 by, a research firm based in Los Angeles and New York City that provides celebrity contact information to fans, businesses, nonprofits and the media. The Top 10 "Most Wanted" Celebrities of 2009 include Oprah Winfrey (#2) followed by Miley Cyrus, Jonas Brothers, Barack Obama, Kate Gosselin, Selena Gomez, Tyler Perry, Angelina Jolie, and Ellen DeGeneres.
West Hollywood, CA (PRWEB) December 30, 2009 -- Actor Robert Pattinson ('Twilight', 'New Moon') has been named the"Most Wanted" Celebrity of 2009 by, a research firm based in Los Angeles and New York City that provides celebrity contact information to fans, businesses, nonprofits and the media.
The Top 10 "Most Wanted" Celebrities of 2009 are the "most wanted" for autographs, charitable donations, product endorsements, and media requests from's online database of over 60,000 celebrities and public figures worldwide.
"Interestingly, Barack Obama is the fifth 'Most Wanted' Celebrity of 2009," says Jordan McAuley, founder of "A President has never made our list before."

Here is's list of the Top 10 "Most Wanted" Celebrities for 2009:

1. Robert Pattinson

2. Oprah Winfrey

3. Miley Cyrus

4. Jonas Brothers

5. Barack Obama

6. Kate Gosselin

7. Selena Gomez

8. Tyler Perry

9. Angelina Jolie

10. Ellen DeGeneres

The Top 10 "Most Wanted" Celebrities of 2009 is compiled from two sources: searches on's public and private online database, plus click's on the company's Google AdWords listings that are displayed on Google and across the Web.'s online database contains the best mailing address, agent, manager, publicist, production company, attorney, and charitable causes for over 60,000 celebrities and public figures worldwide.

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Vanity fair pics of Robert

Photos by Bruce Weber

Blood Brother

WITH his new beard, it looks like ROBERT PATTINSON is fast turning from a vampire into a werewolf.
The Twilight star gave his fans something else to Robsess over as he sported the new face fuzz on a post-Christmas day out with his sister LIZZY in Barnes, South-West London.

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Pattinson to Own 2010: Remember Me, Eclipse & Unbound Captives

It's a wrap on 2009! For Robert Pattinson lovers it has been an amazing year filled with candid interviews that has given fans a chance to get an inside look at the actor's private life. Thanks to the Robsessed DVD we got to take a trip back in time before Pattinson was larger than life and just playing open mic night for Phil Taylor at The Albany alongside friend Bobby Long. We also learned a lot about Rob while he was promoting the release of The Twilight Saga: New Moon back in November. As 2009 winds down, we look to the horizon of 2010 and wonder what is in store for the uber famous Robert Pattinson.

It is an undeniable fact that Rob will make his fans swoon with his casual hair flips, his brilliant knack for being fabulous, and his interesting roles in upcoming films. In 2009, Rob appeared in a few indie films, Little Ashes (2010) and How to Be (2009) along with the international blockbuster The Twilight Saga: New Moon. But come 2010, Pattinson is taking a different approach as leading man.
2010 is all about becoming mainstream for Pattinson, and this coming March the English actor will take center stage in Summit's Remember Me. In the past, Pattinson has been a supporting actor, however in this film the actor will finally be able to carry a film on his own. Co-starring alongside Lost beauty Emilie De Ravin and former James Bond hotness Pierce Brosnan, Remember Me will be a momentous film for the young actor. Check out the upcoming 2010 films where you can catch your favorite actor

Remember Me (2010)
Opening Date: March 12, 2010
CoStars: Emilie De Ravin, Pierce Brosnan, Chris Cooper & Martha Plimpton.
Plot: Pattinson plays Tyler a man floundering in New York City while trying to figure out his life without the help of his powerful father (Pierce Brosnan). Tyler finds himself in one fight after the next but when he meets a fellow student, his life is forever changed.

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010)
Opening Date: June 30, 2010
CoStars: Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner, Ashley Greene, Peter Facinelli, Nikki Reed, Kellan Lutz, Jackson Rathbone & Elizabeth Reaser.
Plot: The Saga continues in the third installment where Bella makes her decision between vampire Edward and her best friend werewolf Jacob. There is no shortness of drama in this installment, as the Cullen's and the Wolf Pack team up together to help fight off the evil vampires who are out for blood.

Unbound Captives (2010)
Opening Date: 2010
CoStars: Rachel Weisz Hugh Jackman & Garret Dillahunt.
Plot: This period piece follows May (Rachel Weisz) who plays a women whose children have been kidnapped after the terrible death of her husband. Tom (Hugh Jackman) assists May in finding her lost son Phineas (Robert Pattinson) in the sweeping epic tale.


Saturday, December 26, 2009

Not quite in her twilight years, but maybe too old to vamp it up

/> It would be a supernatural romance were it true - Medium's matriarch Patricia Arquette and Twilight's hunk Robert Pattinson. But it would appear it is only to be in Pattinson's dreams. The 23 year-old referred to his boyhood crush on 41 year-old Arquette on the Ellen DeGeneres Show late last year, but expanded on the theme last month when promoting the second Twilight film, New Moon.

"I've always had a thing for Patricia Arquette", he said. "She was my childhood pin-up. I liked her in True Romance. I watched that about 15 years ago and she kind of struck a chord with me.

"I have never met her before, but when you say you have a celebrity crush, you hope you don't bump into someone and they've read it", he added in another interview on the topic.

While flattered by the comment, Arquette who made True Romance in 1993, revealed in an exclusive interview with The Courier-Mail this month that things might be a little awkward if they were to meet.

"It's very nice he's said that. My niece is like, 'You've got to introduce me'", Arquette said. "But no, I've never met him. I would probably be a little shy like, 'I'm sorry, I'm old now.'"

She said it reminded her of her son when he was five. "There was a woman called Angelyne - she looks like a Barbie doll; a blow-up wierd Barbie doll. She's never done anything but she used to pay for billboards all over LA.She was my son's first crush. We were driving by a little drug store and I said, 'I see Angelyne's pink Corvette, let's go in, she's inside'. So I was carrying him around through the store and I see Angelyne and she turns around. 'We just love you and we wanted to say hi.' She says hi and my son was like, 'Mum, she's an old women'."

Arquette grinned. "I think that will be Robert Pattinson if we ever met - he'll be like (deepening her voice and whispering), 'She's an old woman!'"

Friday, December 25, 2009

Sex Drive personal favorite

Hollywood eyes record $10 billion box office for 2009

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Film box offices were poised on Wednesday to eclipse 2007's record $9.68 billion in U.S. and Canadian ticket sales with Hollywood eyeing more than $10 billion this year as audiences flocked to theaters during the recession.

Movie studios began the year with January crossing the $1 billion mark for the first time ever, and box offices this month are counting on help from highly anticipated films such as "Avatar," "Sherlock Holmes" and "It's Complicated."

So far, moviegoers had snapped up $9.67 billion worth of tickets at domestic -- U.S. and Canadian -- box offices through Tuesday, said tracking firm Box Office.

The firm said 2007's record was expected to be surpassed on Wednesday, as Hollywood reaps returns during a recession that, as in past downturns, has seen consumers showing up in theaters for relatively cheap entertainment.

Last year's domestic box office came in at $9.63 billion.

"The global economy is taking a major hit, and when these conglomerates that own movie studios are having a tough time, it's at least one bright spot in the equation," said Paul Dergarabedian, president of Box Office. "People are still, in 2009, going to the movies in big numbers."

For the entire year, Box Office expects movie ticket spending in the United States and Canada to hit $10.6 billion.

The year has been helped by major releases such as "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen," the year's biggest hit with $402 million in domestic ticket sales, according to tracking firm Box Office Mojo.

At No. 2, so far, was "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," which made $301 million. Also, vampire romance "The Twilight Saga: New Moon" had the third biggest movie opening of all time for the United States and Canada.

Surprise hits have included Paramount Pictures' "Paranormal Activity" raking in $107 million. Warner Bros. put out two unexpected smashes, "The Hangover" ($277 million) and "The Blind Side" ($131 million and still counting.)

The 2009 total was aided by a 28 cent increase in ticket prices from the year before to an average $7.46.

The total number of tickets sold, or admissions, is expected to reach 1.4 billion, up from 1.34 billion in 2008. Still, that figure is not expected to break the record 1.6 billion tickets sold in 2002, said Box Office.

The United States and Canada account for about 35 percent of the global box office total, making it the largest film market in the world, Box Office said.

International figures were not available.

(Reporting by Alex Dobuzinskis: Editing by Bob Tourtellotte and Peter Cooney)
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