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Posts for April 26th 2012

2 New "Bel Ami" Italian BTS Clips

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Apr 26, 2012 9:28PM

 

 

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New Pictures of Rob in LA

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Apr 26, 2012 7:00PM


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Breaking Dawn Part 2 Still now in HQ

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Apr 26, 2012 6:43PM


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David Cronenberg talks Cosmopolis & would love to work w/both Robert Pattinson & Viggo Mortensen

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Apr 26, 2012 6:35PM

Cosmopolis director David Cronenberg gave Metro France magazine a great interview talking about his writing process, and working with Rob. But most interestingly he mentioned a new project with him and Viggo Mortensen ;)

Translation by Ptiteaurel at LeRPattzClub. (Thanks!)


David Cronenberg: "Robert Pattinson will surprise you"

Cosmopolis is one of the most anticipated films of the 65th Cannes Film Festival. His director spoke to Metro.

A few months after telling the disagreement between Freud and Jung in A Dangerous Method, the Canadian filmmaker David Cronenberg returns to theaters with Cosmopolis, in theaters on May 25th. The adaptation of a short novel by the American author Don DeLillo in which a young businessman, Eric Packer, drive through New York in a limousine. The beginning of a journey that also implies sexual violence and that will leave no character apart. Alongside Robert Pattinson, star of Twilight saga, there are also Paul Giamatti, Samantha Morton and two frenchies, Juliette Binoche and Mathieu Amalric. Awarded with the Special Jury Prize for Crash in 1996, and in competition in 2005 with History of Violence, David Cronenberg spoke to Metro.

How did you approach the adaptation of Don Lillo's novel?

I wrote the script in six days. The first three days, I transcribed the dialogues in their entirety. The next three, I added descriptions for each scene. In short you will find all the dialogue from Don DeLillo, because it is a great language. However I have not kept the interior monologues. Instead, you get visual ideas that the book aroused in me. I'm very excited about the film and even more by Robert Pattinson's performance.

This is a choice that seems surprising to some of your fans ...

Rob is a wonderful actor and I think he will surprise people . He is young, he's handsome, he has had great success with Twilight and many people concluded that he was a bad actor. I aware of that . But I can assure you he is very good and he works very seriously. The best way. Besides I can not wait to rework again with him. I even said I would love to have him and Viggo Mortensen in an upcoming film.

Do these famous actors contact you directly to work with you?

Most of the time, they tell their agent to tell my agent that they are eager to work with me. (Laughs) But sometimes I ask to work with an actor without knowing if he knows my films. This is the case with Rob. And it turns out he knew my works very well, indeed it is a guy who has a wonderful cinematographic education. On the set of Cosmopolis, I remember he had long conversations with Juliette Binoche about obscure French short films. He is a true cinephile.

Having himis also a way to attract a different audience from yours?

Once we have confirmed his part in Cosmopolis, a lot of blogs have begun to talk about the film. I saw teenagers reading Don De Lillo's novel and said that it was great. And I hope the film will please them. But if they only like Twilight, they will perhaps be disappointed. But if they are actual Rob's fans, they'll love Cosmopolis. It was the same when I worked with Viggo Mortensen the first time. If you were a fan of Aragorn in Lord of the Rings, you wouldn't perhaps want to see him in History of Violence. But if you like the actor, then you are ready to follow him in different projects.

You have adapted several novels in your career, starting with Naked Lunch by William S. Burroughs or Ballard Crash J.G. What kind of reader are you?

I just do not like reading from the perspective of making a film. In the case of Cosmopolis, it is the producer who contacted me. He said "I have rights and I think you're the perfect person to direct the film." And he was right! The rest of the time I read a book because it feeds me, because it excites me, because I'm just interested. I love David Foster's novel, Wallace that I discovered after his death. The Pale King, his posthumous book, is absolutely brilliant.

'Cosmopolis' DVD set to be released in France on September 25th

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Apr 26, 2012 6:31PM

Pre-order: fnac.fr

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'Cosmopolis' Soundtrack to be released in France May 15th + Portuguese book cover of 'Cosmopolis'

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Apr 26, 2012 6:18PM

Pre-order: amazon.fr | fnac.fr

Thanks to Twilight-belgium for the info

Now available the Portuguese new edition of Don DeLillo's COSMOPOLIS. Published by Relógio D'Água. Available now in portuguese book stores.

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Another Old 'Bel Ami' Still Now in UHQ

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Apr 26, 2012 6:15PM


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'Bel Ami' UK Blu-ray/DVD extras + Pre-order info

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Apr 26, 2012 6:12PM

Release date: July 23rd. Pre-order Blu-ray/DVD

Blu-ray Extras:

- Interviews:

Robert Pattinson

Uma Thurman

Kristin Scott Thomas

Christina Ricci

Colm Meany

Holliday Grainger

Directors Declan Donnellan and Nick Ormerod

Screenwriter Rachel Bennette

Costume Designer Odile Dicks

Mireaux Production Designer Attila F. Kovacs

Hair and Make-Up Designer Jenny Shircore

- Behind the Scenes

DVD Extras:

- Interviews:

Robert Pattinson

Uma Thurman

Kristin Scott Thomas

Christina Ricci

Directors Declan Donnellan and Nick Ormerod

- Behind the Scenes

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HitFix Talks Cosmopolis and Cannes Buzz

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Apr 26, 2012 11:57AM

From HitFix/Guy Lodge:

Cannes Check: David Cronenberg’s ‘Cosmopolis’
Continuing our series of Cannes competition previews

The talent: At this stage in his career, we don’t expect an undistinguished cast from a Cronenberg film, and true to form, this one is packed to the rafters with interesting names — though not ones you’d necessarily expect on one bill. Juliette Binoche (returning to Cannes for the first time since winning Best Actress two years ago), Samantha Morton, Paul Giamatti, Mathieu Amalric and Jay Baruchel are all on board — as, more improbably, is Somalian rapper K’Naan. (On a side note, this is the director’s first feature in 10 years not to star Viggo Mortensen.)

The big attraction, however, is some guy called Robert Pattinson in the lead. It’s perhaps the poppiest casting coup of Cronenberg’s career, and the best chance yet for the talented British heartthrob to win some admirers beyond the fiercely devoted “Twilight” faithful.
A major point of interest is that this is Cronenberg’s first self-scripted feature since 1999′s “eXistenZ,” which rather increases the possibility of the director letting his freak flag fly. Below the line, meanwhile, it’s business as usual: cinematographer Peter Suschitzky has shot all Cronenberg’s films since “Dead Ringers” in 1998, composer Howard Shore has scored all but one since “The Brood” in 1979, while editor Ronald Sanders and costume designer (and sister) Denise Cronenberg go similarly far back. This sturdy team is just about as integral to the Cronenberg brand as Cronenberg himself.

The buzz: Through. The. Roof. Casting Pattinson in the lead has ensured that, in an unusual o

ccurrence, the arthouse intelligentsia and the screaming teen hordes are going to converge on the same red carpet, making “Cosmopolis” surely the hottest ticket of the festival. What that means for the film itself is harder to gauge. With the festival’s flashbulbs fixed squarely on it, the film’s under pressure to deliver — but it’s likelier to satisfy, or at least stimulate, the Cronenberg acolytes than the mainstream media drawn more by the casting than the challenging match of director and source material. Mixed reviews wouldn’t necessarily be a bad thing: it could be one of those strange festival brews for which critical consensus is slow to emerge.

The odds: The bookies like the film’s Palme chances — Paddy Power currently gives it strong odds of 11-2 — but in this case, I don’t think they’re necessarily being deceived by the bright lights. Cronenberg is well overdue for some major festival hardware, and the film’s themes would make it an attractively timely winner. I have my doubts about the Palme going to a big-name North American dreamer two years in a row, but of all the English-language films in Competition, this feels to me like the best bet. R.Pattz for Best Actor, on the other hand? I’m not sure the internet can handle that.

 

Click HERE to read the entire article!

Click HERE if you’d like to read the LA Times article about the Cannes jury selections.

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Rob as Edward in MTV Promo for the 2012 Movie Awards

Posted By Twilightmami ~ Apr 26, 2012 11:53AM

 

 

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