Tuesday, March 23, 2010

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Robert Pattinson Wax Figure

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Robert Pattinson Scores A Wax Clone At Madame Tussauds In NYC! [Video]

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It's official. Robert Pattinson is an immortal... sort of. Madame Tussauds will be unveiling a new wax figure of the Twilight Saga star on Thursday, March 25th at the famed Times Square location.

Pattinson will join the ranks of such unforgettable movie icons as Elvis, Paul Newman and... The Incredible Hulk?

The Robert Pattinson wax clone will be dressed in his trademark London hipster attire, black jacket, white T-shirt and black slacks. But the real kicker will be the life-like tousled locks that will cascade from his famous forehead.

Fans will actually be able to run their fingers through it... just like they wish they could in real life!

It's a particular honor to be immortalized at the tender age of 23, but there's no doubt that in the last 2 years his iconic, undead fictional character, Edward Cullen has set the world on fire and now Pattinson is basically the most famous movie star on the planet. For the moment.

If you're lucky enough to be in the Times Square area at 10:30 AM on the fateful day, stop by and grab a handful of hunky, movie star golden locks!

If not, then this video from the London Museum might soften the blow.

Probably not...



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NEW MOON DVD IS FLYING OFF THE SHELVES

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"Twilight" fans didn't show up en masse for recent new movies starring Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, but they snapped up plenty of copies of "The Twilight Saga: New Moon" DVD when it went on sale at 12:01 a.m. Saturday.

Summit reported Tuesday that the DVD of the second installment in the "Twilight" saga sold more than 4 million units in its first weekend, surpassing the 3.8 million opening-weekend sales that the first "Twilight" racked up in 2009. That film went on to become the top-selling DVD of the year with 9.2 million units sold.

Director Chris Weitz and many of the "Moon" cast members fanned out across the country for appearances at " 'New Moon' at Midnight" events.

"The ground we have broken with in-store partnerships and the availability of this title has been a positive influence on the retail DVD business," Summit president of home entertainment Steve Nickerson said.

"Moon," released in November, has grossed more than $705 million in theaters worldwide. "Eclipse," the third installment in the series, hits the big screen in North America on June 30. 'New Moon' DVD flying off shelvesOver 4 million sold in first weekend, surpassing 'Twilight' bowBy Gregg Kilday
March 23, 2010, 06:20 PM ET
"Twilight" fans didn't show up en masse for recent new movies starring Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, but they snapped up plenty of copies of "The Twilight Saga: New Moon" DVD when it went on sale at 12:01 a.m. Saturday.

Summit reported Tuesday that the DVD of the second installment in the "Twilight" saga sold more than 4 million units in its first weekend, surpassing the 3.8 million opening-weekend sales that the first "Twilight" racked up in 2009. That film went on to become the top-selling DVD of the year with 9.2 million units sold.

Director Chris Weitz and many of the "Moon" cast members fanned out across the country for appearances at " 'New Moon' at Midnight" events.

"The ground we have broken with in-store partnerships and the availability of this title has been a positive influence on the retail DVD business," Summit president of home entertainment Steve Nickerson said.

"Moon," released in November, has grossed more than $705 million in theaters worldwide. "Eclipse," the third installment in the series, hits the big screen in North America on June 30.


FROM HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

Robert Pattinson Says Fans Like The Illusion Of Him

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As far as actors go Robert Pattinson is one of the hottest of current times. Fans fell in love with Robert Pattinson when he was chosen to play the role of Edward Cullen in the wildly popular Twilight Saga films.


Fans love Robert Pattinson's acting chops as well as his looks, hair, and quirky personality and sense of humor. He's is one of the hottest stars of today. But in a recent interview Pattinson says that all that is just an "illusion."

"I don't feel that I'm sexy at all. I don't feel connected to that kind of talk. People say it but I've never thought like that. It's funny, because even the girls that think like that, if you talk to one of them for five minutes the illusion is gone. But people still hold onto an illusion. It doesn't matter what you do, they're going to form these fantasies."


Pattinson can currently be seen in 'Remember Me' which is in theaters now and in the third installment of 'The Twilight Saga, Eclipse' when it hits theaters in June.


FROM ENTERTIANMENT GATHER

Will audiences ever want to see the 'Twilight' stars do anything else?

I SAW THE RUNAWAYS AND REMEMBER ME, I LOVED REMEMBER ME ROBERT PATTINSON WAS JUST OUTSTANDING. HE GAVE THE MOVIE SOMETHING I THOUGHT NO OTHER ACTOR COULD HAVE. A LITTLE OF HIMSELF IF YOU WILL. THE RUNAWAYS WAS OK I LOVE THAT BOTH DAKOTA AND KRISTEN SANG IN IT. THEY HAVE NICE VOICES. THE STORY LINE WAS GREAT, HOW EVER THE ACTING WAS...OK I WILL NOT BE MEAN I THOUGH DAKOTA WAS GREAT. KRISTEN WAS IDK HOW TO EXPLIAN IT BUT IT WASNT WHAT I THOUGHT HOW IT WAS GOING TO BE. SHE WAS VERY VERY DARK. BUT IT WAS OK. I WASNT BORED AT ALL I LAUGHED ALOT BUT THE EMOTIONAL PART WASNT THERE FOR ME. BUT I DO BELIEVE YOU HAVE TO SEE THEM FOR YOURSELF TO GET YOUR OWN EXPERINCE.

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If there's one actress who could push a "Behind the Music-"style docudrama about a 1970s all-girl band to the top of the box-office charts, it's Kristen Stewart.

So why couldn't she do it?

"The Runaways," Floria Sigismondi's biopic that, of course, stars Stewart as femme-punk icon Joan Jett and Dakota Fanning as her bandmate-rival-lover Cherie Currie, earned an extremely modest $800,000 in its opening weekend. For most limited releases, that number wouldn't be horrible. But the film opened on 244 screens, meaning it averaged a paltry $3,300 per screen. Given the die-hards (or Twi-hards) you'd expect would turn out for a Kristen Stewart debut, those numbers aren't impressive; in fact, they're a lot more punk than glam.

Pundits on Monday had plenty of reasons for the disappointing performance. Certainly the movie's R-rating hurt; younger Stewart fans might have bought tickets had they not been restricted from doing so by the MPAA. (Bob Berney, the head of distributor Apparition, noted that the rating "possibly ke[pt] some of the younger audience away.")

But there may be a deeper lesson here about Stewart: For all her acting versatility, when she strays from her "Twilight" wheelhouse, the fans don't roll with her. That was, after all, also the message some experts gleaned from her first post-"Twilight" movie, "Adventureland," which grossed just $16 million domestically despite getting some marketing play as a Stewart vehicle (and not three months after "Twilight" blew off the box-office doors). It's a lesson that's especially pointed with "Runaways" because Stewart, in inhabiting the role of Joan Jett, is in many ways picking up where Bella Swan left off. She's playing the moody rebel in both, yet fans apparently only want to see her playing a certain kind of moody rebel.

A similar point could be inferred from Stewart's "Twilight' co-star Robert Pattinson, who just last week released his first mainstream movie in which he doesn't play a vampire. With the romantic drama "Remember Me," Pattinson was taking on a genre even more difficult than period music-themed biopics, but, like Stewart, was also echoing parts of his "Twilight" performance (the tortured-lover part).

That should have locked up a chunk of his fan base. But the movie wound up grossing $14 million in its first two weeks -- a (slightly) more impressive number than "Runaways" until you realize it opened on more than 2,000 screens. Its per-screen opening of $3,600, it turns out, mirrors Stewart's own lackluster weekend.


Stewart's and Pattinson's careers are evolving, and both will probably take on a lot more roles by the time all is said and done. It's also worth pointing out that neither saw their recent releases get the full marketing press -- Apparition is an indie label, and Summit, despite some TV and outdoor spending, chose its spots carefully on the lower-budget drama.

Still, the conventional wisdom is that "Twilight" marks the kind of all-consuming phenomenon that can mint stars who, with their reputations solidified, then stalk off to other movies and take their audiences with them. But the last two weeks prove otherwise.

Which brings us to the third leg in the "Twilight" tripod: Taylor Lautner, arguably as hot now as Pattinson was after the first film (if not hotter), has over the past few months booked more movies than a groupie takes cellphone pictures; he's signed on for action-adventures such as Paramount's "Stretch Armstrong" and Lionsgate's "Bourne"-like "Abduction."

Those movies sit in a far more commercial realm, but if Lautner is equally ill-equipped to bring his "Twilight" fan base within him, the career damage could run deeper. It's one thing to take on a small romantic drama with Emilie de Ravin and go out meekly -- it's another to take on a big-budget franchise based on a Hasbro action figure. Suddenly splitting that last "Twilight" movie into two doesn't seem like such a bad career move.



FROM LA TIMES BLOG

Peter Facinelli In Nurse Jackie

WELL NOTHING ABOUT ROB OR TWILIGHT MUCH BUT I LOVE PETER AND I THINK WE SHOULD GET TO KNOW HIM BETTER!

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Peter Facinelli isn’t your typical teen heartthrob. That's not to say that he doesn't have the looks or the charm. But at 37 he's slightly more mature than the usual suspects. He’s also happily married (to fellow actress Jennie Garth) and has three young children.


Facinelli plays the Cullen family patriarch in the film adaptations of Stephanie Meyer’s The Twilight Saga alongside teenage and twenty-something actors Robert Pattinson, Kirsten Stewart and Taylor Lautner. But despite the coterie of young blood to contend with, Facinelli has developed a cultish fan base of his own. He has more than 1.5 million followers on Twitter and legions of Facebook fans. Not mention a 15-year film and television career that includes Six Feet Under, The Big Kahuna and, most recently, Nurse Jackie.

Here he tells The Independent about the sensuality of vampires, on-set romances and Twitter:

At the moment you’re best known for playing doctors: Dr Fitz Cooper in Nurse Jackie and of course Dr Carlisle Cullen in the Twilight franchise. Do you ever worry about being typecast?


No. It’s just an occupation. I don’t play the occupation I play the person and they are vastly different. The fact that they have the same job is just happenstance. Besides, Carlisle is a vampire.


Nurse Jackie, a dark comedy series about Jackie Peyton, a New York-based nurse, has only recently hit screens over here. Can you describe your character in the show and what attracted you to the role?


The show is a look at hospital life from the view of the nurses. My character is sort of the nemesis of Jackie, played by Edie Falco. He has a tumultuous relationship with her. There are times when he has great admiration and respect for her and times when he can’t stand her. It’s a love/hate relationship. It kind of reminds me of the kid in third grade who likes a girl so much he ends up tugging her pigtails. He’s egocentric and self obsessed, although strangely likeable. He also has sexual tourettes, which means that occasionally he’ll just reach out and grab at her breast. It makes for good comedy.


You’re an active Tweeter and I understand that this inspired the makers of Nurse Jackie to do something a bit different with Twitter on the show. Can you explain this?


Well the writers were talking about doing a Twitter account for my character. They then realised that I have a very active Twitter with lots of followers so they thought it might be fun to have art imitate life, so to speak. They wrote it into the script and set up an @DoctorCoop and now they’ve set it up so that when the show airs and you see my character Tweeting they’ll go out in real time to the Twitter fans. It’s a way of incorporating social media into television.


You’ve alternated between doing film and TV roles throughout your career. Which do you prefer?


I tend to go where ever the material is good and the writing is good. If it happens to be in television then I will go there. I like the immediacy of television because you shoot it and then people get to watch it. But then film is exciting too because it’s such an event. People get in their cars and buy popcorn and make a night out of it. If I had to choose between doing one or the other for the rest of my life it would be films.


You met your wife, actress Jennie Garth, on the set of ‘An Unfinished Affair’ in 1996 and you’ve been together ever since. Can you tell us a bit about how you got together?

We were shooting the movie and we met and hit it off. She was going through a tough time as she was in the midst of ending a relationship, so we became friends and I supported her. We continued to be friends and eventually got together. We met on the set of ‘An Unfinished Affair’ and I like to joke that the affair’s not over yet!


What do you think of the sometimes fraught on-set Hollywood romances that appear in the tabloids, from the perspective of someone who has made a successful marriage with a former co-star?


I don’t know too much about other people’s relationships. I just know about mine, and every day I love my wife a little bit more. The idea of doing anything to jeopardise it is unthinkable. But I do think it’s inevitable that if you throw people together a lot sometimes things will happen. Not just in film, in any working environment, but probably more so in film and television because people are taken far away from their normal lives. It’s like a reality TV show where people are left isolated on a desert island. They start relationships because they are out of their reality and as a result they’re sometimes not very real.



How have you coped with the attention from fans that Twilight must have brought you?


It doesn’t really affect me on a daily level. I don’t get mobbed like Robert Pattinson (who plays his step-son Edward Cullen in the Twilight Saga). I really enjoy corresponding with fans. Any time you meet someone who is excited about your work it’s gratifying. It’s better than having people throw rotten tomatoes at you! The most attention I get is kids ringing the doorbell of my house.


Why do you think people are so interested in vampires and the supernatural?


I think there’s a sensuality about vampires. A monstrousness. They offer up eternal life in exchange for blood. There’s something intense about wanting someone so much that you have to devour them. The biting of the neck. It’s sexy.



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Robert Pattinson Uma Thurman Love Making Is Disturbing

HEHEHE IM EXCITED FOR THIS MOVIE HOW ABOUT YOU?

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While shooting the movie “Bel Ami” in Germany, Robert Pattinson claims the bedroom scenes with Uma Thurman were disturbing.

He said: “The sex scenes with Uma are disturbing. Her character uses sex as a weapon and my character thinks like an animal.”

That’s not the only complaint he’s had about the movie either. Apparently he can’t remember his lines very long. The director, Declan Donnellan is used to working with stage actors who actually memorize their lines, and expects the same level of dedication from his screen actors.

“No chance!” said Pattinson. “I realised how rusty and slow my brain has become. When we do ‘Twilight’ there is always someone there who takes care of everything and feeds you your lines. I read a lot on set, but as soon as I shut the book I can barely remember the last line I’ve just read.”



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Robert Pattinson Has A Difficult Time Remembering His Lines

NOW I DONT LIKE GETTING THINGS FROM ANYTHING GOSSIP BECAUSE MOST OF IT IS OFF AND DUMB BUT THIS WAS CUTE AND VERY MILD SO ENJOY

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Even as a talented movie star, Robert Pattinson admits to having trouble remembering his lines.

The hunky actor says that he needs someone to “feed” him his lines during the Twilight movies and has a poor memory. “When we do 'Twilight' there is always someone there who takes care of everything and feeds you your lines,” he said.


Pattinson, who plays Edward in the film, tries to practice his lines, but in the end he still needs a little help. “I read a lot on set, but as soon as I shut the book I can barely remember the last line I’ve just read. We’re just shooting "Bel Ami" and Declan Donnellan is directing it. He usually does stage productions and expects me to know all of my lines – like a stage actor. No chance! I realized how rusty and slow my brain has become.”



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