Friday, January 29, 2010

Remember Me Facebook Questions Video#2

REMEMBER ME FACEBOOK QUESTION VIDEO #2

Remember Me Promo Poster

WAS SEARCHING FOR SOMETHING NE ABOUT REMEMBER ME MOVIE AND THIS IS WAT CAME UP! YES THATS RIGHT! A PROMO POSTER OF ROB! HOW HOT DOES HE LOOK?



U CAN CHECK IT OUT HERE

Remember Preimere Date

AGAIN I DONT GET ANY SUGGESTIONS I SEARCH FOR THINGS LIKE THIS! BUT I WANT TO THANKS GOSSIPCOP FOR CONFIRMING THIS

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Robert Pattinson will hit the "Remember Me" red carpet in New York on March 1, Gossip Cop confirms.

The film's nationwide release date isn't until March 12, but Pattinson's work with Uma Thurman and Christina Ricci in "Bel Ami," which starts filming next month in Paris, has put a crimp in his ability to jump from continent to continent.

Despite rumors last year that "Remember Me," costarring Emilie de Ravin, would open in France before its U.S. release, the film's French distributor says it'll be in theaters there April 7.

Pattinson recently discussed his attraction to the "Remember Me" script, and what Pierce Brosnan brought to the table, in videos posted on the film's Facebook page.

Incidentally, you can catch "Twilight" tonight at 8 on Showtime.

Just sayin' ...


FROM LATIMES.COM

Robert Pattinson Comic Book

HMMMMM IDK ABOUT THIS ONE BUT YEA

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Hmmm. Bluewater Productions, the folks who brought you comic biographies of Al Gore, Sarah Palin, Michelle Obama, and Stephenie Meyer, are set to ship FAME: Robert Pattinson in May. It’s a 32-page comic that will trace the Twilight star’s career and, as the press release says, “introduce fans to the many sides of Pattinson.” Maybe this is just the 34-year-old me talking, but I don’t think this is necessary. For starters, I seriously doubt that diehard fans who scour the Internet 100 times a day will learn anything new in this comic, and who wants to look at a cartoon Pattinson (even if he is kinda hot) when you’re one mouse click away from the real thing?

Am I wrong? In Bluewater’s defense, their Stephenie Meyer comic, published in November 2009, has sold out of several printings. But isn’t she more of a mystery at this point than Pattinson? I suppose there will be fanatics who must have everything Rob, and $3.99 isn’t going to break the bank to complete the collection. It could, conceivably, be fun to flip through it and see how accurately they capture his wardrobe and mannerisms. I know it sounds like I’m caving, but I’m not so no one get this for me as a gift, unless you really want to, in which case I’ll accept it, and read it in my office with as much shame as I do the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.

What do you think? Unnecessary, but sure to sell out? At least it might introduce new people to the medium, and that’s not a bad thing…


from EW.COM