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Cover and Back Cover of Bel Ami Brazilian Movie-Tie-In Edition

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Feb 4, 2012 10:04AM




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Total Film – 50 Greatest Harry Potter Scenes (Cedric Diggory’s Death)

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Feb 4, 2012 10:00AM

From Total Film:

23. Voldemort rises

Robert Pattinson’s Bel Ami is featured in the @cineworld’s magazine – February 2012 – UK

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Feb 4, 2012 9:58AM



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Rob is #4 on GQ UK 50 Best Dressed Men of 2012

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Feb 3, 2012 9:17PM


Thanks @KStewDevotee

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Stephenie Meyer talks about the birth scene "Rob really nailed it. It was really powerful."

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Feb 3, 2012 6:20PM

 

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The wait is almost over! In just over a week, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1" can be yours to own on Blu-ray and DVD, meaning you can hit repeat on all those awkward wedding toasts over and over again. (Or, y'know, one of the steamy sex scenes. If that's your thing.) In anticipation of the February 11 release, we've nabbed an EXCLUSIVE DVD extra in which "Twilight" scribe (and "Breaking Dawn" producer) Stephenie Meyer recalls filming the climactic birth scene. Watch the behind-the-scenes clip of Edward (Robert Pattinson) trying to revive Bella (Kristen Stewart) as Stephenie explains:

"He was really able to touch the human emotions of that scene. Rob really nailed it," Stephenie recalled. "It was really powerful. I teared up, several people near me did. It was just a lump in your throat—that moment of thinking you've lost everything and not being able to accept it. It was really emotional."

Yet, as fraught as that life-or-death moment was, we can't help but smile at the quick shot of director Bill Condon fist-pumping when Rob nailed it. Very sweet.

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Rob's co-stars talk about him, 'Bel Ami' and 'Cosmopolis

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Feb 3, 2012 6:15PM

Christina Ricci talks about working with Rob in 'Bel Ami' (full article at the source)

Besides being busy with Pan Am, Ricci has finished filming the movie Bel Ami, which is based on French author Guy de Maupassant's 1885 novel of the same name. Opening here on March 29, it also stars Uma Thurman, Robert Pattinson and Kristin Scott Thomas.

About Pattinson, Ricci would say only that the Twilight heart-throb, who plays the corrupt protagonist Georges Duroy, was an "amazing" guy to work with.

Juliette Binoche talked about filming with Cronenberg and her character in Cosmopolis (source/google translate/via)

Can you tell us about the filming of Cosmopolis, David Cronenberg?

I play an art saleswoman who has sex with a rich young man, played by Robert Pattinson, who is trying to sell her paintings. I shot two days, in a highly cronenberguien, that is to say quite distant while shooting, but warm at the start and finish. It was in front a green background, in a limousine with a camera directed at a distance, David talked through a microphone. At first I was intoxicated with the idea of ​​playing a sort of berserk. But at the end of the scene, she finds herself in a lonely miserable. Leaving the movie, I felt badly. And that’s exactly what David wanted to tell: the illusion of prosperity and the sense of a world that falls and loses

Not really a Rob mention, but Kristin Scott Thomas talks about her character in 'Bel Ami' (full article at the source)

The actress has also got her fair share of English-language roles coming up. As Virginie Walters in Bel Ami she plays against type. Her character starts off as a Scott Thomas archetype, cold and ruthless, but then goes gaga over Robert Pattinson, behaving like a teenage fan of Twilight.

I ask if she wanted to play against type. "Not really; I wasn't aware of doing that," comes the initial reply. Yet she soon talks herself around to my way of thinking. "I know people think that I always play these characters who are in control and can chop someone's head off with a look. Maybe you are right in a way; that part was particularly enticing to me because she's a woman who loses all her dignity. But I also wanted to do the film because Nick Ormerod and Declan Donnellan were directing. I'd met Declan on many occasions and we'd tried to make theatre together, but it had never really worked out; so this was an opportunity."

She then reveals that she had agreed to star in an adaptation of Guy de Maupassant's Bel Ami years ago, when Vincent Cassel was cast in the lead role and she was to play the controlling female Madeleine Forestier. Coming full circle she ends by adding, "Piffle! I don't think the way that people see me in French film is so different to how they see me in English films. To do Pawel's film is great because I'm allowed to go to both places, which is exciting."

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Edward Cullen Makes Empire’s Sexiest Men in Cinema

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Feb 3, 2012 10:39AM

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PFach Mentions Rob&Kristen on Live! With Kelly

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Feb 3, 2012 6:54AM

 

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Robert Pattinson on the cover of TCHAD magazine – Canada

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Feb 3, 2012 6:53AM


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Bel Ami to be shown at the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Feb 3, 2012 6:52AM

The screening is on February 19th at 8:50PM at Cineworld.

More info and book tickets here/here


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