Wednesday, March 31, 2010





New stills from 'Twilight Saga: Eclipse' as new Stephenie Meyer book announced

It's a big day for Twihards.  It's been announced that a new "Twilight" novella will be released on June 5th.  The Huffington Post reports that Little, Brown Books for Young Readers will release "The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner" on June 5.  The novella is told from the viewpoint of Bree, a newborn vampire featured in "Eclipse." That's one of the books in Meyer's best-selling teen-vampire saga.
Meyer said in a statement Tuesday, reported by The Huffington Post, that the novella had originally been planned for "The Twilight Saga: The Official Guide." The material soon becaume too long to fit into the guide, and it was determined it would be better to publish it as a stand-alone.
The publisher says one dollar for each book sold in the U.S. from the first printing of 1.5 million copies will be donated to the American Red Cross International Response Fund. It supports disaster relief efforts such as those in Haiti and Chile.

And today Summit Entertainment, which produces and distributes the enormously successful movie adaptations of Meyer's "Twilight" movies, has released three new stills from the upcoming feature "Twilight Saga:  Eclipse," which opens on June 30th.  The photos are published here for the first time.
According to the official synopsis released by Summit:
In ECLIPSE, Bella once again finds herself surrounded by danger as Seattle is ravaged by a string of mysterious killings and a malicious vampire continues her quest for revenge. In the midst of it all, she is forced to choose between her love for Edward and her friendship with Jacob -- knowing that her decision has the potential to ignite the struggle between vampire and werewolf. With her graduation quickly approaching, Bella is confronted with the most important decision of her life.  
"Eclipse" is directed by David A. Slade, director of the movies "Hard Candy" and "30 Days of Night," which is also vampire-themed.  The movie stars Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Ashley Greene, Billy Burke, Peter Facinelli, Elizabeth Reaser, Nikki Reed, Kellan Lutz, Jackson Rathbone and Dakota Fanning, all of whom reprise their roles from the hit movies "Twilight" and "Twilight Saga:  New Moon."
Last weekend, "Twilight Saga: New Moon" was officially released on DVD.  It sold just over 4 million DVD units in its first weekend of release,  surpassing the first weekend sales of "Twilight," in 2009 which sold 3.8 million DVD units, and went on to be the top selling DVD title of the year with 9.2 million units sold.  Thousands of "Twilight" fans across the nation participated in the “NEW MOON at Midnight” event and some were treated to surprise appearances by members of the cast as well as the film’s director Chris Weitz.
The final novel in Meyer's saga, "Breaking Dawn," is expected commence production as a movie sometime this fall.  It still isn't actually known whether Summit will release the film as one movie or two, as Warner Brothers is doing with "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows."  That film is being converted to 3D.  Analysts are also speculating that "Breaking Dawn" will be filmed in 3D, but again, no announcement has been made.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Oh, George! ....Rob?

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Robert Pattinson, Budapest, Hungary, 2010.03.28., Bel Ami

pics from 'Thinking of Rob'

Bel Ami more set pics

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A closer look when Rob speaks Hungarian to the fans

Robert Pattinson heads to Budapest as he plays amorous journalist in Bel Ami Read more:

Even in a Victorian French bowler hat and period dress, there is no mistaking the chiselled jaw of Twilight star Robert Pattinson.
But while the vampire series which made his name attracts a mostly teenage audience, his latest role is aimed at a more adult fanbase.
In Bel Ami the 23-year-old plays 'totally amoral' journalist Georges Duroy, who rises to the top by manipulating a series of powerful and wealthy mistresses.
The film sees Pattinson's character take part in an orgy.

The racy scenes were shot at the Grade 1-listed Crossness Pumping Station in London, originally a sewage works.
Kent News reported a source saying: 'It will be tastefully done with lots of candlelight and lace, but it will be the sexiest thing Robert’s ever been seen in and will get his female fans even more excited.'
Co-star Natalia Tena - who co-starred with Pattinson in Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix - spoke about the film's nudity, writing on her MySpace page: 'I start Bel Ami in less than two weeks, slightly nervous especially seeing as you’ll see my naked cleavage.'

Pattinson is currently filming the adaptation of Guy de Maupassant's short story in Budapest, following two months of shooting in London.
The movie is an adaptation of the 1885 novel about a peasant-born former soldier who becomes a journalist in Paris and climbs the social ladder through a series of affairs with well-connected women.
It also stars Uma Thurman, Christina Ricci and Kristen Scott Thomas.

source: Mail online 

Rob speaking to fans in Hungarian

He said: "Thank you for being quiet"

Robert with fan (Budapest airport)

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Monday, March 29, 2010


Forget vampires and pale facepaint, for his latest roleRobert Pattinson steps back in time, spotted on the set of Bel Ami in full period get-up.
The Brit actor was in Budapest over the weekend, filming scenes for the flick in which he'll star alongside Uma Thurman, Christina Ricci and Kristin Scott Thomas.
A far cry from his leading role in the Twilight Saga, R-Patz stars as Georges Duroy in the adaptation of Guy de Maupassant's novel, who rises to power in Paris, after seducing the country's most influential women. 
As a result, the flick promises to be a far cry from your typical historical drama, with Pattinson confirming it all gets pretty steamy. He told MTV: 'It is like the complete antithesis of what you normally think period dramas are about. In Paris, everybody was just going nuts. It was like the 1980s. Sex was kind of a weapon and a tool, and it's odd.'
Taking a break from playing Edward Cullen, Pattinson will film a further two flicks - Unbound Captives alongside Hugh Jackman and Water for Elephants, with Reese Witherspoon - before embarking on the final chapter of the saga, Breaking Dawn.

The Remember Me press conference with Robert Pattinson

The Remember Me press conference with Robert Pattinson

We catch up with the delectable Robert Pattinson to talk about his new indie-drama and weep-fest, Remember Me.
What did you like about this project?
I'd read tons and tons of scripts over the summer after I did Twilight, I mean, hundreds, and everything seemed to be exactly the same, but with this one - it was Tyler as a character.  It seems that most movies which have a young male protagonist as the lead have to be 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 completely different person afterwards, but Tyler seems to start off with a lot of baggage and as a very full and developed character, and ends up just being developed in this slightly different way rather than just becoming.
You're very sweet with the young girl who plays your sister in the film - tell us about that relationship?
I don't have any younger brothers or sisters - I've got two older - and I think I always wanted a younger sibling, not that I have anything against my sisters! But Ruby'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 normal kid and then the more she talked about her character and her character's development, I mean she could talk about it for hours and she could also improvise for hours and hours and hours. She was really amazing.
Tyler is quite an angry, punchy young man - how did you psych yourself up for the fight scenes and have you been in many fights yourself?
I haven't been in a fight for quite a long time. I'm too scared now; if I got into a fight now someone would probably just kill me in 30 seconds!  I liked a lot of Tyler's character, the rebelliousness and the audaciousness of it, because it is a kind of a fantasy of myself. 'I'm the type of guy who randomly gets into fights. I do it all the time!' But I'm not really. [Chris Cooper] is like unbelievably strong - it's terrifying...The fight I had at the beginning I was doing with a stunt guy and I hit him with what I thought was my full strength - I hit his face about four times, and every time I was like "I'm sorry I'm sorry", and he was like "It's fine, I can't even feel it", and I was like "doesn't it even hurt?"...That was kind of an ego deflator!
We know and love you for playing the deep and brooding types, like Tyler and of course Edward. Could you ever see yourself taking a more light hearted approach, say like a comedy? 
 I did do lighter stuff before Twilight came out, it just so happens that twilight has become so much about this archetypal brooding person. I never thought that Tyler was that brooding to be honest, and now every single thing says 'Oh brood, brood, brood'! I guess I like to play broken, troubled characters - it just seems more interesting, especially as I'm not particularly broken or troubled myself! I'm doing something now which is still quite dark but the character isn't so fractured, he's incredibly focused and has a lot of confidence in himself and nothing can really shake his confidence.
And finally, what is your favourite type of biscuit?
I do like a Hobnob.

Remember Me UK Press Conference - Part 1

'Remember Me' UK press conference - part 2 - Digital Spy.avi

'Remember Me' UK press conference - part 3 - Digital Spy.avi

Robert Pattinson on GMTV (UK)




Nice pants!!

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photo by RPattzsexhair

Robert Stocks Up on Beers With a Girl Friend During a Night Out in London!


Robert with fans


Robert on Hungary

Robert Pattinson- on Hungary (Andrássy Street)

Robert Pattinson in Budapest - Filming Bel Ami

HQ pics of Robert Pattinson on Bel Ami set

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