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WFE in EW's Spring Preview and 15 Hot Movies of 2011 (Breaking Dawn included)

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Jan 24, 2011 4:12PM

17 Reasons We Can't Wait for Spring

WATER FOR ELEPHANTS (4/22)

Robert Pattinson and Reese Witherspoon as a couple of beautiful circus folk bringing Sara Gruen's best-seller to life. Adding some weight to the cast is Tai, a 9,000-pound Asian elephant.

15 Hot Movies of 2011

WATER FOR ELEPHANTS (April 22)

''To have a costar who is this reliable, this sensitive and circumspect and intelligent — it's just fabulous,'' says Christoph Waltz (Inglourious Basterds). He's not talking about Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson, who play the star performer and veterinary student in an adaptation of Sara Gruen's best-seller about a traveling circus in the 1930s. He's talking about Tai, a 9,000-pound Asian elephant.

BREAKING DAWN: PART 1 (Nov. 18)

Even if you don't know each plot twist and turn from the final book in Stephenie Meyer's best-selling series, every self-respecting Twihard is aware that Breaking Dawn features Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward (Robert Pattinson) becoming vampire man and wife and sharing a marital bed for the first time. ''Finally!'' laughs director Bill Condon. ''It is one of the most anticipated scenes, and I spent a tremendous amount of time thinking about it. You want to play with what people expect and maybe subvert it a little and surprise them.''

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Daniel Radcliffe mentioned Rob in an interview

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Jan 24, 2011 9:10AM

On whom you would wish a bad fate?

Do not expect me to give you names! I would not want my magic wand to turn into a whip against me! But I can tell you about the individuals who I generally don’t support. I have great difficulty, for example, with people who do not fulfill their commitment. Their incorrectness, selfishness are attitudes that I dislike greatly. Apart from that, I think I’d easily throw a spell on all those who say here and there that Robert Pattinson and myself are fighting a war, thank you! That’d be really great, no matter what!

Small WFE & Rob mention in Austrian newspaper

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Jan 24, 2011 9:09AM

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Rob in METRO (UK) Scan

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Jan 24, 2011 9:05AM

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Now HQ Old/New Robert Pattinson Interview From New Moon Promo

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Jan 24, 2011 9:00AM

Inter­viewer : “What I saw out­side (the hotel) is crazy! I’ve seen that for Johnny Depp, Brad Pitt…May be Leonardo Dicaprio. But it’s really rare. What I want to know is how do you deal with all that. You are so young (23)..How do you keep calm and cool?”

Rob: ” It’s not easy. I always try to sep­a­rate my per­sonal and pri­vate lives. I remind myself all the time that the fans, the press..are all here for the char­ac­ter, not for me. It’s a kinda “ego sav­ing reflex”. Actu­ally, it’s very nice, but when you’re fac­ing all these fans, you just don’t know what to do to sat­isfy them.”

Rob: “I guess yes. In some way. But with Twi­light, some­thing amaz­ing hap­pened. I’ve become some kind of celebrity, even though when I started out, I didn’t think I was that inter­est­ing as a per­son. And so I just wanted to play deep char­ac­ters that would enrich me, psychologically.”

Then they talk about the sim­i­lar­i­ties between being a vam­pire and being an actor. The way they both depend on oth­ers, and need oth­ers to go on.

He asks Rob what he likes about vam­pires, and Rob says “The ‘super­hero’ aspect. They’re like semi-god, but, in the same time, they depend so much on very reg­u­lar peo­ple. On what’s deeply basic in ppl; their blood.

Inter­viewer: “It’s really funny to see you talk about vam­pires, because I just dicov­ered this other movie (How to be) where you play a com­pletely dif­fer­ent char­ac­ter. I was won­der­ing which part of you, as a per­son, is in this movie, or in the Twi­light movie?”

Rob:” Not much. Actu­ally I’ve never played a role where I can really be myself. As an actor, you think, with every role, that you’ll be able to give the char­ac­ter sthg from your­self, your expe­ri­ence. But the more you try to do that, the more you real­ize, with every sin­gle scene, that it’s com­ing out very dif­fer­ently from how you expected it, or how you intended it.”

Inter­viewer : “It’s really good to see you smile in the begin­ning of the movie (New Moon). You seem happy, then you dis­ap­pear for most of the movie. Wasn’t it frus­trat­ing for you to be absent ?”

Rob: “No. Actu­ally, it was very nice in many ways. Twi­light (1st movie) has had so much suc­cess, so we had a lot of pres­sure, and it would have been impos­si­ble to make the exact same movie (focused on Edward/Bella). And, also, I didn’t want to be the cen­ter of this movie, didn’t want to have too many respon­si­bil­i­ties in it. Tay­lor got the big part of it. Which is good. Plus, I get to exper­i­ment a new angle; I’m more like a ghost, a shadow, which is stronger. Like a myth or something.”

Rob: “I think what influ­enced me the most, was my first meet­ing with Kris­ten. I imag­ined some­one com­pletely dif­fer­ent for the role of Bella. But Kristen/Bella was so strong. So, for this rela­tion­ship to work out, I thought (back in the cast­ing) that I had to be as strong, but also a bit frag­ile and some­how bro­ken. Which is very inter­est­ing to play. And I have to thank Kris­ten for that.”

Inter­viewer: “We’ve been inter­view­ing some psy­chol­o­gists and they’re stat­ing that this boy (Edward) ter­ri­fied by his “vam­piris­tic” impulses is some­how like a teenager ter­ri­fied by his sex­ual impulses. Is that it? Do you think that Twi­light is this spe­cific teenager metaphor? What do you think?”

Rob: “In many ways, yes. I think so. But I don’t think it’s just about teenagers. I think that, in this par­tic­u­lar movie (NM), every­one can relate to the events, the story. It was this book that encour­aged me to make the movies. I read it before mak­ing the first movie. Some­thing about how you fall in love for the first time, espe­cially for a young man. You tend to ide­al­ize the girl, your imag­i­na­tion is com­pletely flooded and you think she’s just flaw­less what­so­ever. And the more you get to know her, the more you’re in love with her and you think that she’s per­fect and there’s noth­ing wrong with her at all. But, in the other hand, you see more and more flaws in your­self. And I think there was this emo­tional out­line in the movie, with this vam­pire blam­ing him­self for threat­en­ing the girl he loves’ life. He thinks he’s gonna kill her because he’s a vam­pire, but I mean, anyway…it’s a good metaphor about the fear you can feel about the real com­mit­ment of a rela­tion­ship, when you come to real­ize that this rela­tion­ship is really impor­tant and not just a fling. You’re think­ing ‘If I begin this, is it gonna be for life? Or will one of us end up with a bro­ken heart if we leave each other?’ So yeah; it’s a good metaphor.”

Inter­viewer: “I guess it’s the young man in YOU who’s talk­ing right now, coz you’ve been a teenager your­self, not so long ago. So what do you like in the film indus­try? Who are your favorite actors? What do you like to see in movies?”

Rob: “I like Joaquin Phoenix. I like…Ryan Gosling, among the young actors I mean. I’ve always loved all the Brando’s movies. But I don’t really have a spe­cific taste in movies…I really like the french movies. I’ve grown up watch­ing a lot of french movies. I love Godard…”

Rob: “I love Pier­rot le fou. It’s one of my favorite movies. I also like…what’s the title in french?…It’s Eyes with­out face in England…?”

Inter­viewer: “Les yeux sans vis­age” (Note: It’s a 1960 french hor­ror movie, directed by Goerges Franju and adapted from Jean Redon’s novel)

Inter­viewer: “Well…a young man who loves Pier­rot le fou can only be a won­der­ful per­son. (He shakes his hand) Thank you very much. Robert Pattinson…hope to see you very soon. thank you again.”

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Robert Pattinson in GQ Australia’s 10 Best Dressed at the Golden Globes

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Jan 24, 2011 8:57AM

6. Robert Pattinson

Robert Pattinson wearing Gucci to the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

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