Wednesday, March 31, 2010
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Since Robert Pattinson’s waxwork was unveiled last Thursday at Madame Tussauds, thousands of Twilight fans have flocked to the museum to get close to the star.
Liz Edwards, PR Manager for the attraction, told stv.tv: “I can confirm that R Patz has been a HUGE hit this weekend since joining the A list party at Madame Tussauds – in fact more people bought a picture of him than The Queen and Barack Obama put together!!”
Waxy Rob didn’t come cheap costing £150,000 to make, over a period of four months. Twilight fans obviously think it was worth every penny as they clamber to get their picture taken with the hunk, whose model sports his usual smart / casual look with a black suit, and white v-neck T-shirt.
Liz said: “Robert Pattinson is one of the hottest celebrities in the world and we have been inundated by requests to make him at Madame Tussauds London.”
She added: “We are delighted that we’ll be able to give fans the chance to to meet their idol and pose for pictures with him. They can even give him a kiss on the cheek which I’m sure will be a big hit with his female followers!”
R-Pattz is in good company as he joins Jonny Depp, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt in the VIP party section of Tussauds. An impressive line-up, but Rob is proving the most popular model in the museum.
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Robert Pattinson is popular with the ladies, that much is clear. But a UK hairdresser claims the young British actor is actually quite popular with the men, too - at least when it comes to hair, anyway. Pattinson's artfully disheveled 'do is quickly becoming one of the most requested looks at men's salons.
Former UK Men's hairdresser of the year Jamie Stevens told BANG Showbiz, "The versatile slightly longer style with the quiff can be styled up or slicked back and is very adaptable as it can look both dressy and messy."
If you really want to get authentic, quit washing your hair for a few weeks. Last year, Pattinson admitted he almost never grabs the shampoo when he heads into a shower
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Roughly translated, “Thanks for being quiet.”
You can seriously hear the swooning.
Closer video of Rob as he speaks Hungarian to the fans..
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A spin-off book to Twilight Eclipse has been announced...
Twilight fans will already have the month of June firmly in their consciousness due the fact that Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson will once again be hitting the big screen in in the film adaptation of Twilight:Eclipse.
However this morning even more exciting news for Twifans emerged as it was announced that Stephanie Meyer is penning a spin-off Twilight Saga novella.
The book will be called The Short Second Life Of Bree Tanner and will hit shelves on June 5th, just a few weeks before Eclipse arrives in cinemas on 30th June.
If you're racking your brains wondering 'who on earth is Bree Tanner' right about now, don't worry, she only made the briefest of appearances in Eclipse where she was one of the newborn vampires.
In a statement on her website this morning Stephanie said: 'You all have ought a ton of my books, and I wanted to give you this story as a gift. I'd always considered The Short Second Life Of Bree Tanner as something for the fans. They have been so supportive of all things Twilight.'
Fans will be able to buy the book in tradidtional print form but it will also be available to read for free at breetanner.com between 7th June and 5th July
Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Robert Pattinson’s Remember Me has been getting mixed reviews overseas, much like those the romantic drama received in the United States. Directed by Allen Coulter from a screenplay by Will Fetters, Remember Me also stars Emilie de Ravin, Pierce Brosnan, Chris Cooper, and Lena Olin.
Below are a three snippets from British publications:
"While the casting for this film is on paper very strong, it turns out to be its fatal flaw, as a robustly-New York based script sees an Aussie and a Brit take the leads. While both Pattinson and du Ravin suit there [sic] respective characters well, there is something a bit too British about the former which holds the emotional character of Tyler back, and something instinctively laid-back about the latter which sees her do the same." Sarah Garrod at inthenews.co.uk.
"There is a lot to admire in the film: the star is good (Pattinson will have legs when he’s done with Cullen), Allen Coulter’s direction is more than competent and there’s a nicely-chosen turn-of-the-millennium soundtrack (Sigur Ros, Ed Harcourt, Sparklehorse), yet it’s not enough to make up for the thoroughly miserable tone or contrived ending. Spoiling the finale would just be rude, but it’s the thing that absolutely kills Remember Me as a serious piece of drama." Simon Reynolds at Digital Spy.
"These ’seize the day’ urgings seem out of tune with a film paced to chug to its destination with all the urgency of a Sunday train, but just when you are about to seize your coat, a sudden tragedy occurs, one that is supposed to stun you as a profound insight into bereavement but is really just a tacky exploitative coincidence." Siobhan Synnot in Scotland on Sunday / The Scostman.
Like many reluctant heartthrobs, Robert Pattinson is torn between his desire to be taken seriously as an actor and his desire to still look hot. Recently leaked images from the Budapest set of Bel-Ami, based on the 19th-century French novel by Guy de Maupassant, show Pattinson looking dandyish in a top hat and tails as the womanizing social climber Georges Duroy. In almost every way, Pattinson looks the part. Duroy is described in the book as “tall, well-built, fair, with blue eyes, a curled mustache, hair naturally wavy… he recalled the hero of the popular romances.” Anything missing? That’s right: the mustache. Duroy’s luxuriant lip-hair is his most distinctive feature, appearing as early as the second sentence:
After changing his five-franc piece Georges Duroy left the
restaurant. He twisted his mustache in military style and cast a
rapid, sweeping glance upon the diners.
The many subsequent mentions of the mustache make it clear that it is Duroy’s most expressive feature as well:
• On reaching the second floor, he saw another mirror, and once more
slackened his pace to look at himself. He likewise paused before the
third glass, twirled his mustache, took off his hat to arrange his
hair, and murmured half aloud, a habit of his: “Hall mirrors are
• At first he did not reply; a smile lurked beneath his mustache; then
he murmured: “I am your slave.”
• Madeleine cast down her eyes; her cheeks were pale. Georges
nervously twisted his mustache.
• He seated himself, crossed his legs and began to twist the ends of
his mustache, as was his custom when annoyed, uneasy, or pondering
over a weighty question.
There is even a sensual description of the mustache in the original French that is strangely shaved off in the English editions. Here’s a rough translation:
• He spoke easily, with charm in his voice, much grace in his eyes, and irresistible seduction in his mustache. It was tousled on his lip, curled, pretty, blonde with red highlights and lighter shades in the spiky hairs on the ends.
Is there a no-mustache clause in Pattinson’s contract? Do his managers feel that a Pringles-guy ‘stache would forever alienate him from the Twilight set, who prefer him looking forever adolescent? Hopefully the filmmakers will add it in post-production.
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Monday, March 29, 2010
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The MTV Movie Awards, a show long on entertainment and understandably short on deserved accolades, is now an entirely democratic enterprise. The public has always voted on the show's winners, and now (literally, right now) you can vote for the nominees in each category. MTV offers many choices for each award, and provides a write-in prompt. Best Kiss, for example, has 22 contenders to pick from, including two same-sex snogs and one inter-species kiss. (I expect the creepy Internet dwellers of America to make Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning winners in this category.)
The field for best movie is particularly funny: "The Hurt Locker," "Up," "Inglourious Basterds" and "Precious" are in there, yes, but so are "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen," "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra," "Hot Tub Time Machine" and "17 Again." None of that matters, of course, because "New Moon" has the award in the bag; at least MTV had the good taste to keep the Hannah Montana movie off the list.
I also like the idea of Jeff Bridges competing against Zefron, Taylor Lautner, Robert Pattinson and ... Robert Pattinson ("New Moon" and "Remember Me") for best male performance. One lucky actor will suffer the indignity of accepting the award for Best Scared-as-S#!t Performance. My money's on Leo.
Silly as these awards are, they do serve as the perfect antidote to the Oscars, which seem to get more and more dour every year. This year's ceremony was almost bereft of laughs, even with Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin hosting, and the awards themselves were all about paying fealty to the likes of Kathryn Bigelow, Sandra Bullock and James Cameron. The Golden Globes used to serve as the happy medium between Oscar and MTV, but everyone pretty much dismisses them as the publicity race they most certainly are.
Is the perfect film awards show possible? One that salutes art and commerce, without being overtly pious and self-important? One that has a lot of fun -- because movies are fun, you know -- without being juvenile?
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The dust has barely settled from the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, held last Saturday, March 27, yet the nominee voting process has already begun for another fan-voted event, the 2010 MTV Movie Awards. The network will be holding the annual awards show on Sunday, June 6 in Los Angeles, but before the winners are announced, MTV is asking fans to pick the films, celebrities, and movie moments that will vie for the coveted golden popcorn.
Among the favorites to win nominations this year is the mega-blockbuster Twilight Saga: New Moon, which has a good chance of winning the title of Best Movie (after its predecessor Twilight swept last year's show). Academy Award contenders Avatar, UP, The Blind Side, and The Hurt Locker (the Best Picture Oscar winner) are also included in the nominee pool. Based on the popularity of New Moon's stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, their respective films Remember Me and The Runaways could also walk away with nominations in the top category.
The MTV Movie Awards added a new category this year called Global Superstar, which includes such A-listers as Johnny Depp, Brad Pitt, and Drew Barrymore. Being this is an MTV event, however, it's almost guaranteed that Pattinson will get nominated. The British actor could go up against his toughest competitor yet - himself - in the Best Kiss category. Both Pattinson's kissing scenes with Stewart (in New Moon) and Emilie de Ravin (Remember Me) are both eligible for nominations.
Viewers will have until Friday, April 9 to select their picks for MTV Movie Awards nominees
OK SO THIS PICTURE I HAD TO POST AND COMMENT ON. I THINK ITS CUTE I BELIEVE I KNOW WHAT SCENE THIS IS BUT I WILL NOT SPOIL IT. ROB IS FERICE IN THIS PICTURE OBLIVIOUSLY REJECTING HER. I CANT WAIT FOR THIS MOVIE. THIS SHOULD BREAK HIM THROUGH. ALTHOUGH REMEMBER ME SHOULD HAVE BUT I STOPPED SEEING ROBERT PATTINSON AS EDWARD CULLEN THE DAY I WAS LITTLE ASHES WHERE HE PLAYS A SECERTLY GAY FAMOUSE SPANIS PAINTER SALVADOR DALI. FROM ALL THE MOVIES I HAVE SEEN HIM IN FROM THE BAD MOTHER'S HANDBOOK TO REMEMBER ME I HAVE SEEN HIM GROW AS AN ACTOR. HE WILL BE A LEGEND. HE IS NOW FOR BEING THE MOST LOVED VAMPIRE EDWARD CULLEN IN THE TWILIGHT FILMS. I HOPE THAT HIS FANS WILL ALWAYS BE DEVOTED TO HIM AS AN ACTOR AND NOT AS EDWARD CULLEN. I KNOW I WILL BE. SO GOOD LUCK ROB I LOVE YA WORK AND I HOPE LIFE GIVES YOU WHAT YOUR SEEKING FOR.
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