Sunday, April 18, 2010

Blue Ray DVD Cover Of Remember Me

SO THIS IS THE BLUE RAY COVER AND THE NORMAL DVD LOOKS THE SAME JUST WITH OUT THE BLUE BAND ON THE BOX!





FROM ROBERT PATTINSON NEWS

New ‘Eclipse’ Trailer to be Shown Next Friday on Oprah

I WAS GOING TO TRY AND GO BUT REALLY IF ROB WAS THERE I DONT THINK I CAN HANDLE IT JUST YET! LOL

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Summit Entertainment announced that the last Eclipse trailer will be shown next Friday, April 23rd, on Oprah. It also appears that several cast members will also be making a surprise appearace on the show. Check out Summit’s twitter updates below. Let us know in the comments who you think the surprise guests will be!






FROM ROBERT PATTINSON NEWS

Robert Pattinson as Heathcliff in WUTHERING HEIGHTS?

I HAVE ALOT OF READING TO DO!

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So, Robert Pattinson isn’t fit to play Kurt Cobain. I agree. On the other hand, I believe that Pattinson would be perfect for the role of Heathcliff in Wuthering Heights.

The anti-Pattinson, anti-Twilight crowd can laugh as much as they want. But nobody broods better than Robert Pattinson, and Emily Brontë’s Heathcliff is the broodingest of all brooding literature heroes. (Okay, so Pattinson is brooding above on the cover of the Italian Vanity Fair, but so what? One broods where one can.)

I’m assuming there’s absolutely no chance whatsoever that Andrea Arnold (replacing Peter Webber who had replaced John Maybury), currently working on another film adaptation of Brontë’s doomed love tale, will even consider Pattinson for the role of Heathcliff.

Too young? Too inexperienced? Too light-skinned? Too associated with Twilight? But with the right handling, I believe that Pattinson would be a brilliant Heathcliff. The intensity, the unpredictability, the danger are all there. True, his hair and features would have to be darkened some — but that’s what makeup artists are for. If they can make his face paler so he’ll look like Edward Cullen, they can also make it darker so he’ll look like Heathcliff.

Ironically, Robert Bernstein, one of the producers of the new film version, has actually told The Guardian that the new Wuthering Heights (adaptation by Olivia Hetreed) is getting off the ground thanks to the Twilight effect. (Wuthering Heights is one of Bella’s favorite books. "If all else perished, and he remained, I should still continue to be; and if all else remained, and he were annihilated, the universe would turn to a mighty stranger.")

"It’s clearly in the zeitgeist," Bernstein remarked. "Why is anybody’s guess, but people are absolutely obsessed with this doomed, romantic love that can only be achieved beyond death, or in the case of Twilight, by becoming a vampire."

As per the Guardian piece, current possibilities to play Heathcliff’s love, the willful Cathy, are Abbie Cornish, Natalie Portman, and Gemma Arterton. I’d opt for either of the first two.

Gossip Girl’s Ed Westwick was supposed to play Heathcliff, at least when Peter Webber was to direct the project. Nothing against Westwick, but is he (at 22) more mature than Robert Pattinson? Does he look more like Brontë’s dark — in spirit as much as in looks — hero? What about another previously mentioned possibility, Michael Fassbender? (Fassbender could actually be a good Heathcliff, too; that is, with the help of those talented makeup artists).

According to more recent reports, Arnold has been looking for an unknown — possibly of "gypsy" (Romany) origin. Personally, I believe looks are less important here than character, depth, and the ability to convey an enticing mix of passion and madness. After all, Heathcliff is a literary figure, not a historical one.

Former movie Heathcliffs include Laurence Olivier, Ralph Fiennes (did he look like Brontë’s hero?), and Timothy Dalton. Former Cathys include Merle Oberon, Juliette Binoche, and Anna Calder-Marshall.



FROM ALTFG

Robert Pattinson, REMEMBER ME – Only 64K: Box Office

I SAY IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN THIS MOVIE YET THEN YOUR MISSING OUT ON A REALLY GREAT LOVE STORY AND I PROMISE YOU THAT YOU WONT BE DISAPPOINTED!

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Starring Robert Pattinson, Remember Me grossed an estimated $64K this weekend after losing 181 theaters — more than half what it had a week ago. Consequently, its drop-off rate was quite steep: 60.9%, according to Box Office Mojo.

At the start of its sixth week in release, the romantic drama directed by Allen Coulter, and pairing Pattinson with Emilie de Ravin, Pierce Brosnan, and Chris Cooper, has a grossed a total of $18.75 million at the North American box.


Its per-theater average this weekend was a low $408 — in fact, the lowest among the 40+ films found on Box Office Mojo’s weekend chart. (Kristen Stewart’s The Runaways is actually holding up well after last week’s expansion. More on that in a bit.)

About three weeks ago, I believed Remember Me would end up with more than $20 million domestically. Then I lowered my expectations to about $19 million. But if things continue as they’ve been in the past week, Remember Me will have trouble even reaching that more modest mark.

On the positive side, Robert Pattinson’s drama is having better luck overseas. I’ll be posting Remember Me’s foreign revenues shortly.

Remember Me will be out on DVD on June 22.



FROM ALTFG

A Skit On SNL About Rob and Kirsten

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Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson spoofed on Saturday Night Live last night. Most fans did not as I did not find the spoof funny.

Saturday Night Live is known for hitting below the belt, but this skit didn’t hit at all. Ryan Phillippe played Robert Pattinson and portrayed him as a witless teen beside Kristen Stewart who was portayed in an equally unflattering light. The skit’s only saving grace was that it was about Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, and therefore, was watched by me and other Twilight fans.

Adam Sandberg played a dishelveled interviewer who mocks Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart for being dishelved. Dumb premise.

Saturday Night Live used to be so funny, but it seems they have lost something either in talent, writing, or both.

The skit about Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart also included some digs at other celebrities but either went too far in the stupid direction or not far enough to be funny. The SNL skit just fell flat.

In the interview, Kristen Stewart manages to deny she's dating Robert Pattinson only proving that SNL is reading all the Twilight blogs. It just wasnt' funny.




FROM GATHER