Friday, July 2, 2010

Robert Pattinson Talks about “Eclipse” and Relationships

COPIED AND PASTE

LOS ANGELES — Ask many a teenage girl to which team are they most loyal and it’s unlikely you’ll hear about the Blackhawks, White Sox, Bears or Cubs. You’ll probably get an earful about “hits” of a different kind from the new movie “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.” You’re Team Edward if you love the moody vampire Edward Cullen, played by Robert Pattinson. Team Jacob is for fans of the usually shirtless, chiseled abs of Taylor Lautner’s werewolf persona, Jacob Black.

Recently, I was a guest of Summit Entertainment in Los Angeles, talking with both actors, who are now on their third installment of fang-filled love tug of war.
You both have been through three different directors on these movie adaptations. What’s been the difference for you?

Robert Pattinson: I don’t know necessarily if it shows in the final film, but the difference between Chris Weitz (“New Moon” director) and David Slade (“Eclipse” director) is dramatic. Chris saw the first one and just thought that he wanted to follow along the road. David wanted to do it completely different from the first two. It all felt so fresh right from the first day. Edward’s movement and such, from every single part of the performance, it just really shook it up a little bit.

MORE AFTER THE JUMP

David Slade Talks About Robert Pattinson at UK “Eclipse” Premiere

COPIED AND PASTE



About 5000 Twilight fans descended on London’s Leicester Square for the UK premiere of the franchise’s latest film, Eclipse.

Not a bad turnout considering all three of the film’s biggest stars did not attend.

British actor, Robert Pattinson was too busy filming in America and instead fans had to make do with a short video message.

“Sorry I can’t be here tonight, but I hope you have a fantastic time with the rest of the cast this evening,” he said.

“Thanks for your continued support – hope you enjoy the film as much as we enjoyed making it,” said Pattinson, reading from cue cards.

Not that his no-show dampened fans enthusiasm.

Some people camped out on the pavement for 34 hours so they could be first in the queue. Others travelled from as far afield as Brazil and Italy.

Nikki Reed, who plays Rosalie, said: “It is humbling. You never get used to this. The fans are great.”

In case you’ve been living on another planet, Pattinson gained a cult following after playing a vampire in the first Twilight film in 2008.

He’s a teenage pin-up and at the centre of Twi-mania. A twenty-first century’s Donny Osmond.

MORE AFTER THE JUMP

“Eclipse” Brings in $16.2M Overseas – Worldwide Total $92.8 million

DONT IT FEEL GOOD TO BE APART OF THAT???

COPIED AND PASTE

"Eclipse" has mounted a quick, successful assault on 21 foreign markets in which the vampire romancer launched simultaneously with its domestic opening.

The Summit pic rang up an estimated $16.2 million in international boxoffice from Italy, Brazil and other territories. Additional markets including Spain, Australia and Mexico debuted the pic Thursday.

France, Germany, South Korea and Japan will launch "Eclipse" in coming weeks.

SOURCE VIA SOURCE

Robert Pattinson ON Set of Water For Elephants IN A TUX

MMMM THOSE LIPS
















SOURCE

Robert Pattinson Reveals That He is “Fearful” of the Twilight Saga’s End

COPIED AND PASTE

LOS ANGELES—ROBERT PATTINSON usually arrives at our interviews with an easy, sly grin on his face. The smile reminds us that we’re in for another humor-filled talk with the guy.

What was different this time was his haircut—cropped on the side—which made him look younger.

In this chat, Robert talks about his anxiety over the coming end of the “Twilight” series, how he feels about the kissing scenes between Kristen Stewart’s Bella and Taylor Lautner’s Jacob, and a life-changing moment, among others.
Robert has come a long way from the first time we interviewed him on the London set of “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire,” in which he played Cedric Diggory.

Below are excerpts:

What are you looking forward to about “Breaking Dawn” being shot back-to-back as two films and of Bill Condon directing them?
I’m glad that it’s Bill Condon. I love his stuff. I haven’t seen the script yet but I am fearful about the series’ end. It’s such a great security blanket. It’s like a net. You can afford to make mistakes when you have another “Twilight” film to make. After that, I guess you’re on your own.

I’m glad the “Breaking Dawn” films will be done together. Because otherwise, it’s quite hard to fit another film in-between each one. Like what happened in “Eclipse”—having to get your mind back to where it was before. I had about a week of preparation time. It was quite stressful in the beginning. With the two films done together, you can just stay in character the whole time.

MORE AFTER THE JUMP

David Slade Talks About “Eclipse” Love Scenes at UK Press Conference

OKAY DO NOT MAKE THIS A CONFIRMATION THAT ROB AND KRIS ARE TOGETHER CUZ ITS NOT WAT HE SAID!!!!

COPIED AND PASTE

Twilight director David Slade has opened up on Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart’s steamy Eclipse kiss, revealing that they had a closed set during the intimate moment.

Talking at a UK Eclipse event, the famous film boss also told how he thinks Eclipse is the most mature film so far, opening up on the way he addressed the book’s steamier moments.


MORE AFTER THE JUMP

Great New Interview: Rob Answers Some Interesting Questions!



SOURCE

EXTRA TV Interview with Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner



SOURCE