Saturday, June 30, 2012

Pre-order the 'Bel Ami' DVD in France!

You can now pre-order the DVD (€ 19.99) here & the Blu-Ray (24.99 €) here 

New interview of Rob & David with Movie Pilot (Berlin press junket)!

Rob's interview at 0:52

 More from Rob's interview


MyAnna Buring talks about Rob, Kristen & BD2!

Twilight's MyAnna Buring has said watching co-stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart deal with the spotlight has made her realise fame isn't always what it's cracked up to be.
  Twilight's MyAnna Buring has said watching co-stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart deal with the spotlight has made her realise fame isn't always what it's cracked up to be.

 The 27-year-old Swedish actress - who plays vampire Tanya in Breaking Dawn Parts 1 and 2 - is impressed with the way the actors, who are a real life couple, deal with the attention, but is pleased she doesn't get as much.

 MyAnna said: "I've only had lovely experiences with fans but I think it must be crazy for the main group.

"They handle it with amazing grace, but if people actually experienced it I think they would think again about how cool it is, because it can be really tough."

 The Kill List actress revealed working on the final instalment of the hit vampire franchise had been really exciting.

 She said: "It's going to be big. Filming the final scenes was so epic. All the original characters and all the new vampires were there, it was just huge.

 "One hundred actors on one set creates quite a special atmosphere, and you got a sense of what you were part of."

 : Myanna stars in new TV show Blackout, which begins on BBC One on Monday, July 2

Friday, June 29, 2012

'Bel Ami' US DVD Cover & Release Date!

 Release Date: August 7
There's also a behind the scenes featurette in the DVD according to the source. Sign up to be notified when pre-order begins at Amazon: DVD and Blu-Ray

AUDIO: New interview of Rob from Cannes with W Radio!

AUDIO: New interview of Rob from the Berlin press junket!

Tracey Heggins (Senna in BD2) talks about working with Rob &d Kristen!

CB: The film’s director, Bill Condon, said it brought out a very paternal and motherly part of Rob and Kristen on set —aside from their swearing! Would you agree?
TH: Yes, Mackenzie had a swear dish, so each swear was per dollar. Some people said, “I’ll give you 20 dollars now before we even start working.” So, she whooped us all into shape with our dirty mouths.

CB: What was it like working with stars like Robert and Kristen?
TH: It was good because they were both really down to earth. It’s very scary to go off on a set wit
h huge names. I mean, when you are number one on IMDB, it’s a little intimidating. But they were just cool, and Kristen was like a tomboy and was so down to earth. Rob was the same way. He actually has this almost self-deprecating, ‘Oh, did I just say that?’ And I understand why he did that because it made everyone else feel so comfortable. So thank you, Robert!

CB: What was it like filming the last scene of the series? Were there any tears on set?
TH: Yes, especially when we went back to re-shoot. It was really like, ‘This is over now.’ That was really rough. You feel like a void when it’s all done. No matter how much is in the movie or not in the movie, we spent a lot of time together. Everyone from all the behind-the-scenes people and wardrobe, etc. make a set happen. I’ll be honest: we all got a little misty — even Rob and Kristen.

Thursday, June 28, 2012

A few more info on 'Breaking Dawn-Part 2' at Comic Con 2012!

Thursday, July 12
12:45-1:45 The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn-Part 2— Summit Entertainment presents a sneak peek at the highly anticipated conclusion of The Twilight Saga films. This is a must-see for fans interested in the story's final chapter. You will be shown exclusive footage from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn-Part 2 and be treated to a cast and filmmaker Q&A session providing details on the epic finale. Hall H Tags: Action/Adventure | Movies | Science Fiction & Fantasy

Also, according to NBCSanDiego
The film's megastars Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner and Robert Pattinson will reportedly appear at 10 a.m. on Thursday, July 12 in Hall H at the San Diego Convention Center. Exclusive footage from the highly-anticipated "Breaking Dawn: Part 2" will be shown to fans who make it inside. Cast members and filmmakers of the successful series of vampire movies will be on the panel, answering a handful of questions and discussing the finale of the Twilight saga.


New interview of Rob & David with West Art Magazine (dubbed)!

It's from the press junket in Berlin
or watch at the source|RPLife

Pics from the 'Cosmopolis' promo shoot now untagged!

New fan pictures of Rob in London on his birthday (May 13th, 2012)

 *More under the cut*

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Nick Ormerod and Declan Donnellan talk about Bel Ami & Rob!

Watch the interview HERE

New fan pic of Rob at Katy Perry's premiere after party!

Robert Pattinson getting in Justin Biebers van. I stayed back because it was madness with all the paparazzi. Justin, Selena, Katy Perry and Robert all came out of the after party for Katy's movie premiere, then Justin and Selena dropped Katy and Robert off at David Arquette's club opening down the street, then headed home. I love the madness, but tonight was 10x crazier than Radio Disney the day before!

New interview of Rob from the Cosmopolis premiere & press junket in Berlin (dubbed)!

At 1:24 & 2:08. Also, David talks about Rob at 2:34.
Or watch at the source|Gossipgyal

New interview of Rob from Cannes!

At Cannes, when we meet him, Robert Pattinson is serene, sipping a Schweppes, eating a sandwich. And he listens to David Cronenberg as if  he was a holy man, a father, a guru. Cronenberg is the director of his latest film, Cosmopolis. A contemporary nightmare, in which Pattinson plays a financial wizard, one of those who earn millions of dollars with one click. Crosses, uncaring, a Manhattan in flames, with the signs of a world – ours – that collapses, closed  in the unbreakable casing of his limousine. After all, is a perfect Limousine also its reputation. His success , overwhelming, came  after New Moon,  shot also  in Tuscany, from the Twilight Saga. Pattinson became immediately the “wet dream” of millions of little girls. And now, the  twenty-six years guy, must work hard to prove that he is a real actor, not a vampire that has sucked the success from one film.
“Twilight was a hiccup for him,” says David Cronenberg, the encounter with the press, on the terrace of a hotel in Cannes. “Robert is an amazing actor, who before that film had already  did challenging movies. He became popular against his will.”

 Twilight was also the film that made Pattinson  explore Tuscany. The most beautiful Tuscany, Montepulciano and the Val d’Orcia. And  in Montepulciano, in fact, that in 2009 Pattinson  did New Moon, the second film in the Twilight saga. To tell the truth, those scenes in the novel took place in Volterra, not too many miles away. But the production found in Montepulciano a  most impressive  set  -  a town that had been set of the international film Dream of a midsummer night with Kevin Kline, and some scenes of Andrej Tarkovsky Nostalgia and The English Patient by Anthony Minghella. And in Montepulciano  flashed the first real kiss,  outside the set, between Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, Bella  (Beautiful her name means and beautiful she is too) in the movie. A love story that still continues.

At Cannes Pattinson skated over the subject, Kristen Stewart is there, with another film, On the Road by Walter Salles. And he says diplomatically: “Yes, I saw the film, it is curious because inside there is a lot of people I know …”

His popularity gives him security? And having played the role in Cosmopolis?
 Rob: Not at all! Before shooting a movie, I feel like I was going to have a heart attack. And then, I’m an insecure perennial. For days, I stayed at the hotel asking myself  how I should play the character, fearing the most complete failure,  until David came to me, the weekend before the first take.

And what  did  Cronenberg say to you?
 Rob: He simply said : don’t  worry. He said: do not think about anything, just pronounce the words you have learned, and everything will be fine. And basically, he was right.

How much you feel the responsibility of a role before you start filming?
 Rob: Very much, I really love the words that I have to say , I feel the rhythm of the character. Sometimes as actors, we think we are both good actors  and ‘improve’ a screenplay. Well, I think that’s  the moment when  we’re stupid. There’s just nothing to improve, in a screenplay.

Cosmopolis discusses finance. It ‘a world that you know,  finance,  courageous investments ?
Rob: No, for me  finance it makes no sense! “He laughs. “I never understood anything, and I’ll never understand anything about it.

How hard is it to live if you are Robert Pattinson?
 Rob: I know I’m privileged, but I also know that there are problems even for someone like me. For example, to combine work and private life is very difficult.  I couldn’t easily go out and have fun without creating problems for me and others. But  I do not mind this, I was never a social person, in any case. And then, all this mythology, I know it’s fake, almost everyone who think I am a Myth will be bored after two hours with me !.

 Cronenberg , instead, is not bored to stay with him. Between the two there was quite a ” love at first sight”. David seems to have found the ideal interpreter, Robert, and for him, David is a sort of spirit guide who will accompany him out of the stagnant sea of easy teenager glory.  And together, they  willmake another movie: “Yes, we will  turn another movie together, although I do not know when we will start shooting,” says Robert.

 And at the end of the meeting, we ask the obvious,  we ask to say hello to his fans.
Since you shot a movie in Tuscany and had lived in Tuscany, could say hello to our magazine?
 Rob: Yes sure , Ciao Firenze (Hi, Florence)! – Says, laughing.  To tell the truth he says  ”ciau Firèunzi”, but the effect is irresistible.

source|Translation thnks to RobPattMoms|via

Details on Cosmopolis visual effects + new images!

James Cooper, the lead compositor on Cosmopolis, talks in an interview about  the film's visual effects & mentions Rob!
Sometimes Eric Packer occults the windows limo. Was there an on-set effect or is it your work?
 It was a combination of both, actually. Initially that was to be a practical effect but David wanted to have options as to when the windows became fully opaque and when they returned to tinted transparency. To this end he shot the parts of the sequences where he was certain they would be opaque practically but left numerous shots on the front and back end of those shots as greenscreen. This allowed him much more control as to the timing of when the windows fell into darkness and for how long and gave us references as to what they would look like fully darkened.

Can you tell us about the design of the various screens inside the limo?
 The character of Eric sees much more than just price and volume variations. He has a unique ability to look at the many different patterns that the volatility of the stock, commodity futures and money markets generate, analyze them and predict where they will end up in the near future. Keeping that in mind we started with the production design references and adapted them, adding our own design elements and animations to create more visually interesting screens than might normally be seen on a trader’s monitor.

Can you explain to us the shot in which Eric shots in his hand?
 Well, in terms of visual effects I can. For motivation you’ll have to talk to Mr. Cronenberg. Apparently Robert Pattinson and his handlers balked at the thought of doing this as a practical effect so he just pointed the (unloaded) gun at his hand and pulled the trigger. We added the muzzle flash, smoke, wound and blood splatter in compositing.

Is there an invisible effect you want to reveal to us?
 A particularly challenging shot has Eric entering an alleyway on a mission to confront his stalker. We needed to replace the building at the end of the lane way for continuity purposes but Eric passes through a chain link gate which is left swinging behind him. And, of course, the camera is moving as well. Production did not have a green screen big enough to cover the entire entrance to the lane way so we rotoscoped the gates, put them on cards in 3D space, tracked the camera and animated the roto to match the actual gate. All in all a very tricky shot.

What was the biggest challenge on this project and how did you achieve it?

 Well, of course, making the driving shots believable was a challenge, particularly since David has a slightly surreal aesthetic even in his more, shall we say, realistic films. I’m not sure that he wanted the cityscape outside to feel too real. I would say the biggest technical challenge was in the keying. He wanted to shoot the interior of the limo with tinted windows in place in very low light. This presented some challenges in that the green screen luminance was considerably less than optimal and, because of the high ISO needed to shoot in such low light, was much grainier than ideal as well. Of course we wanted to keep every hair on everyone’s head in the keys so we spent a lot of time finessing them.
Read the full interview at the  source|via|via|via

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

New interview of Rob from the 'Cosmopolis' press junket in Berlin (Dubbed)!

or watch at the source|RPLife

New interview of Rob with Bild ('Cosmopolis' Berlin press junket)!

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Google Translate
Berlin. In 'Twilight' - where he played a vampire teen star, Robert Pattinson (26) now plays in 'Cosmopolis' (starting July 5th in theaters) a sex-obsessed Yuppie.

B: Have you ever been poor?

Rob: Oh, yes. Before I filmed 'Twilight' I've been poor. If you're young it doesn't really matter.

B: And now?
Rob: It's crazy, even though I now have much money, I live the same life as before. Nevertheless, it cost me a lot of coal. It's damn expensive to be normal.

B: Why?
Rob: Before, I set off with 25€ and it was enough for the whole night in the club. Today I give loosely 12,000 in one night! And I can not just go shopping. I have to pay people for the do it for me ...
Thanks to @NewmoonVampire1 for the scan|RPLife

'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' at Comic Con on July 12th!

 From Summit

We are happy to announce that THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN – PART 2 will be the opening panel in Hall H at ComicCon® International in San Diego on Thursday, July 12, 2012. Summit Entertainment will present a sneak peek at the highly anticipated conclusion of The Twilight Saga films. This is a must-see for fans interested in the story’s final chapter, who will be shown exclusive footage from THE TWILIGHT SAGA BREAKING DAWN – PART 2 and treated to a cast and filmmaker Q&A session providing details on the epic finale.

In addition to the panel, BREAKING DAWN – PART 2 will also be present at the Summit Entertainment booth on the convention floor.  Those who stop by will have the chance to attend autograph signings, participate in contests and collect free giveaways all weekend long.

Monday, June 25, 2012

New portraits of Rob & David Cronenberg (UK press junket)!

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More photos from the wedding (June 23rd)!

More pics were posted here
Rob is on the left

Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson helped a lucky New Jersey couple celebrate their big day this weekend.
 "They stuck to each other's side all night," an attendee tells PEOPLE of Stewart, 22, and Pattinson, 26, who partied with guests until dawn and were spotted walking hand-in-hand during the celebration.

 And the bride wasn't the only one (likely) wearing something borrowed. Before heading to the wedding, Stewart realized she forgot her dress. The solution? The Twilight actress strapped on a short, black Zac Posen cocktail dress from the groom's sister's closet (that matched her black Christian Louboutin shoes just fine). By the end of cocktail hour, however, she was back in her own wardrobe – jeans, a black tank top and a blazer – as she mingled with fellow guests.

 Although Stewart didn't show off the moves she put on display during her Twilight wedding, a date-less Efron, 24, tried his hand at the hora, a traditional Jewish dance, before hanging out with mainly male partygoers for the evening. And Pattinson got in the groove manning the deejay's laptop for a bit.

 After spending the night at the groom's house, Stewart headed to Paris for a photo shoot and Pattinson flew back to Los Angeles. Efron kicked back by the pool Sunday until after dinner.


New interview of Rob from Berlin & new pic!

It's Thursday, May 31th in Berlin, and, after having seen 'Cosmopolis' at a media screening in the morning, I am meeting Robert Pattinson for an interview in the afternoon.
They have put us in a dark but cozy room on the ground floor of a fancy Berlin hotel. Robert is dressed in a casual black T-Shirt an Jeans, seated right in front of a window and sipping some coke. Or Diet Coke. I didn't ask. He is also chewing a tooth pick the entire time, as he is trying to quit smoking.

Let me just say that he was kind, relaxed and very approachable. He was laughing a lot and seemed happy to be promoting the film.

Hey Rob, it's good to meet you. How are you?
Good, good, thanks.

How do you like Berlin?
(He laughs) I love it, but it's so annoying. Every time it's at the beginning or the end of the tour. Every time I feel like I am only here for one single day, so I never really get to see it.

And now they put you in a really dark room for the interviews, didn't they?
And there's people standing right outside the windows (laughs).. a bit weird.

Let's talk about Cosmopolis. In the scenes in the limo, the camera seems to always be really close to you and focused on your face. Was that difficult?
It's strange because you could remove the pieces of the limo, but it was still the same size as a normal limo. And the camera was on a crane and literally really close to my face. It would just move by remote control, like a robot. And there was no one else in the car, which was weird. You get a completely new relationship with the camera. It's like you're more and less aware of it at the same time. It's weird because there is no one actually behind the camera. It's a totally different aspect to shooting.

And how was it for you to play such a dark character after 'Twilight'?
The very first thing I shot, I wanted it to be a no statement thing, the suit, the hair, everything. It's like: Your clothes don't say anything, your car doesn't say anything. Nothing says anything. And YOU don't say anything and it's one of the scariest things I've ever done. I was turning around to Jay Baruchel in the first scene and you realize your face isn't doing anything, you have no eyes (because of the dark sunglasses). It's nerve racking.

And what do you think of the character you play?
I really like him. A lot of people see him as being kind of apathetic, which might be my fault. I mean, I did it, I wanted to humanize him. And some people really see it. Other people think it's some guy who just doesn't care about anything, but I think he really does care about a lot of things. He's just an egomaniac. Like he thinks he is the only person in the world, he wants to be God. But not in a greedy way he just thinks he is. It's just the way he was born.

What do you think Eric Packer cares about?
Erm, he's one of those people who look at the world and you know how you wake up and you want to make the world a better place? He wants to make the world a better place but only his ideas will make it a better place. He doesn't care about making it a better place for anyone else. He doesn't think anyone else even exists. That's what he cares about. Elevating people to his perceived level.

Is there anything you like about him?
Erm, I think he's pretty funny. I like the fact that when he's talking to people he's not dismissing them. He wants people to step up to his challenge. He's like: “Come on, say something, quick, be intelligent!” And everyone just constantly lets him down. It's never enough. But when someone intrigues him or confuses him it is literally this huge thing because he is so surprised that someone can say something interesting. Like in the scene with Paul Giamatti, he thinks he is literally talking to an oracle until he realizes he's just crazy. But at the beginning he is fascinated by him. He is really hungry for knowledge.

Speaking of that. The scene with Paul Giamatti was really long, with such immense amounts of dialogue. How was that?
It was fun. Paul is an amazing actor. He was the only one attached to it (the project) when I signed up for it. And then to see it in the end, it is such a long shot. It's a 22 page long scene like a mini film by itself and it could have been played anyway. But I got on really well with Paul and we had lots of fun doing it.

What was your first thought when Cronenberg called you and offered you the part? Did you see it as a chance not to be the 'Twilight' star?
I wasn't trying to break away from anything. But just to be called up by him... I mean, he is one of the most amazing directors in the world. I was stunned. And especially for a script like this, it's a hard script. And it's I'm in every scene. It's a lot of dialogue and it's very subtle. I'm really amazed.

How do you feel about all those 15 year old fans camping outside the premiere venue?Do you feel like twilight is a shadow that you just can't shake or are you just really happy that they're there supporting you?
It's amazing. If they go and see the movie - it's crazy. A lot of 'Twilight' fans are not only excited about seeing it, but if they feel they don't understand it, they WANT to understand it. A ton of people have bought Don Delillo's books and I've talked to people who are like 16 years old and they have read 'Cosmopolis' and 'Underworld' and a lot of DeLillo stuff and it is absolutely amazing. This is probably the best thing I have done since I've started acting! (To inspire fans to read Don DeLillo). And they have watched all of David's movies and even if there's a hundred people who don't understand what's happening, there will be one who really, really understands it and not being crazy or anything, but it's a life changing thing. It's an inspiring thing when you suddenly get into post-modern literature. It's crazy, to inspire someone to read DeLillo at a really young age.. I don't know what else could inspire them. I never even read any of his work before and now I have read tons of it. And meeting him as well, I think he is the greatest guy, he is amazing. He was with us on the tour up until now. I hadn't met him before. But I really like him. He is quite different to what I thought he would be. He is quite funny and really direct. And he knows a lot about movies. And I am just so amazed that there is people lining up and screaming about it. It's hilarious.

The film is about money in general. How important is money and success for you?
Success is important. Money, I guess is important but I am quite aware of the fact that it is more important once you're older. When you're young you're like 'nah, I don't even care about it' and you'll always think you'll always be able to earn money. It's not really a real thing until you don't have it. Then it's very real.

One private question: I know fans would love to know what you got Kristen for her birthday last month..
(Laughs) I never talk about personal stuff, I'm sorry.

And with a wink he says: “Looks like you wasted your last question.”

New interview of Rob with "Sonntagszeitung" (Switzerland)!

 Translation thanks to Robsteners
The vampire, that’s all past now. Around Christmas though, the last long-completed “Twilight” movie will hit the cinema, however, the British Robert Pattinson, 26, doesn’t play a bloodsucker anymore. In “Cosmopolis” he’s a barracuda who lets himself chauffeur in a stretched limo around Manhattan. The movie, based on the novel by Don DeLillo, is directed by the master director David Cronenberg. Therewith Pattinson has definitely arrived in the cinema of the big ones. Or not? He shows up for the interview on deck of a luxury hotel in Cannes with a pink lollipop.

Does it taste good, Mr Pattinson?
Oh I like these. Does it bother you when I suck?

No. In a French mag it was written: Robert Pattinson was a star, now he’s an actor. Do you see this in the same way?
Crazy how a thing like that works. Already when the trailer of “Cosmopolis” came out, I read: Now he’s a true actor. I beg you, that trailer lasts 30 seconds, and I don’t even say a word. Who wants to judge that? But it depends on the appearance.

Until now you’ve been the biggest teenager star and not an actor.
Seems like. My career has actually started with “Twilight” in the first place, the biggest thing one can image. When you get big out of nowhere, many think of it being a wrong career. You’d have to work your way up first.

Will you miss “Twilight”?
Acting wise, no, as my vampire doesn’t go through such a huge process. He cannot die, he cannot hurt himself. It’s difficult to develop new ideas. However…

I owe those films everything. Before “Twilight“ I wanted to quit acting. My career didn’t really get on.

Is it true that you were fired during a production of the Royal Court Theatre?
Yes, during “The Woman Before”. Actually I still don’t know why. But afterwards seen it wasn’t that bad at all. Thus the people took notice of me. “What a rebel” they suddenly said.

Tom Riley took over your part back then...
...which really bothered me: At the same time, a secondary role in a film with Juliette Binoche was cast and I really wanted to get it. But Tom Riley got that role too. It was crazy though: There was a review of that film with my name in it and it said that I was pretty good. The reviewer confused us because of the theatre story.

While telling that story, Robert Pattinson giggles infectiously. It’s alright for him to laugh, because the Juliette-Binoche-movie from back then – “Quelques jours en septembre” with John Turturro - is long forgotten. Instead the actress now mounts in a limousine with him, as a gallery owner, for a quick round of sex and for selling him a painting by Mark Rothko, which is worth millions. However it’s too cheap for him.

Yes, Pattinson is doing absolutely well as a bighead, worth several millions, who manages everything in his limousine. Actually he just wants his hair cut, that’s why he lets himself chauffer around Manhattan. But right on that day, the streets are blocked, nothing moves. Furthermore his wife wants to divorce him, an assassin strives for his life, and a doctor states at the routine check, that he’s got an asymmetric prostate.

Is your prostate asymmetric, Mr Pattinson?
I’ve never had it checked. Everyone’s asking me after seeing the movie. Maybe I should go to the doctor after all. “Cosmopolis” is going to trigger the longest prostate-examinations of the world. All men will be queuing!

In “Cosmopolis” you’re in every single scene, you carry responsibility. Was that terrifying for you?
And how! I read the script, found it captivating but also mad. Then David Cronenberg’s call came in amidst the “Twilight” shooting. I had to decide the very same day. I kept him waiting for an entire week, though. He thought I had airs and graces. But I was just terrified!

By what exactly?
In the movie it’s about insecurity in a complex world. It wasn’t easy for me to set the right tone.

How did you achieve it?
By completely letting myself go. A feeling that I actually knew only from my performances as a musician. But it worked: Whenever I didn’t think of anything, the scene was done. And when not, David Cronenberg yelled: Stop acting.

You play a man who perceives the outer world through the window of a car. Do you feel the same way with the paparazzi and the fans, from whose you got to protect yourself?
I can control what sinks in from the outside. The pressure comes from me. I’ve got the impression that I have to prove myself repeatedly. I don’t want to be trapped in myself.

For now, Robert Pattinson doesn’t have to worry concerning that. There’s no week without an announcement of a new project with him. Among them are a movie in the Iraq and a weird road movie, nothing streamlined. Pattinson is looking for such projects. In his private life it seems to be quieter: Since two years he’s in a relationship with the “Twilight” co-star Kristen Stewart.

You certainly get a lot of offers for movies as a young lover.
Not really!

Hard to believe.
Maybe it’s also my agent who spares me with them. But I don’t think I’m very good at those roles. Just entering a room and looking supercool is difficult.

But in “Cosmopolis” you’re kind of supercool too.
No. That guy is just cool because he’s got so much money. That’s something different.

Has your girlfriend, Kristen Stewart seen the movie?
She was sitting in front of me at the premiere. I was constantly looking at the back of her head and thought, damn, does it bore her, shall I whisper something into her ear? But yes, she liked it.

Will you perform with her after “Twilight”?
Absolutely. I’m writing a script for the two of us.

What is it?
I cannot say anything, the book rights are still unclear. Also, I don’t know how long I’m going to work at it. Because one is clear: It’s got to be brilliant. Otherwise people will just ask: What are those two doing together?

“Cosmopolis”: In cinemas June 5th.

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Pictures of Rob & Kristen at a wedding on June 23rd!

From a wedding in New Jersey for producer Kevin Turen (June 23rd)
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 The table placecard from the caterer