Saturday, July 3, 2010

HQ STILLS OF ECLIPSE

SPOILERS!!!!


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Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson Spoiler Pictures on the set of Water For Elephants

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Robert Pattinson Interview With San Diego 6





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Michael Sheen Says Robert Pattinson Is Hardworking, Plesant & Very Humble

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse is upon us. You have worked with Robert Pattinson in New Moon. What is he like, and do you see him being able to break free of the role of Edward?

I’m sure he’s not going to have any trouble himself personally, it’s whether the audience will accept him as something else. We’ll see. He certainly has the desire to stretch herself as an actor and try different things. He has a [different] film out at the moment, doesn’t he?

Yes, Remember Me, which is really good.
So I hear. I don’t think he’ll have any trouble. He’ll probably always be Edward Cullen for a whole generation, but I’m sure he won’t have any trouble doing that. And he’s lovely. He’s a very nice English lad who seems to have both feet on the ground. He’s very humble, very pleasant and hard-working. He takes what he does very seriously. I think he’s going to do very well, that young lad.

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E! News Look At Robert Pattinson's Sleek New Do



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Access Hollywood Video Robert Pattinson Tells Us It was Fun Slapping Taylor On The Arse

ECLIPSE IS AWESOME AND ROB IS SO CUTE



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Guess Which Robert Pattinson Film Made It To No1 On Entertainment Focus' Top 10 Films Of 2010?

As we reach the half-way point of the year (where has the time gone?!) EF selects the top ten films of 2010 from January through to June. It’s been a surprising 6 months with some of the bigger, more anticipated blockbusters falling to the wayside as hidden gems rose to prominence. July through to December has a great selection of films to look forward to, kicking off this weekend with previews of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. Other highlights include the Sylvester Stallone led all-star actioner The Expendables, Toy Story 3, The A-Team, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, and of course Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.


Stayed tuned to EF for all of the latest gossip on these and many more movies.
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“Eclipse” Brings in $120.9M After Only 3 Days!

COPIED AND PASTE

Early estimates are in for Friday, July 2. The Twilight Saga: Eclipse finished in first place, taking in another $28.2M. Adding in the film’s opening day box office take of $68.53M and Thursday total of $24.2M brings its 3-day cumulative domestic total to $120.9M.

Industry analysts are projecting the film will take in $77.5M for the 3-day weekend of Friday-Sunday, $110M for the 5-day period of Thursday-Monday, and $178M for Wednesday-Monday. As I mentioned earlier, the last film that opened on a Wednesday, June 30 on the eve of a 4th of July weekend was Spider-Man 2 in 2004. That film earned $180M during that period. For many, that is the number to beat. Some insiders say that $187M isn’t out of the question for Eclipse.

Friday’s number is only an estimate for now until actual figures are released. The weekend projections are based on formulas that allow analysts to predict fairly closely what the weekend will look like based on the previous days’ numbers and, therefore, what the weekend will look like.

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New Entertainment Weekly Outtake Featuring Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner

ROB IS ALWAYS YUMMY



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Robert Pattinson Gets Dark for “Bel Ami” Role

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In a recent interview with Kevin Williamson, Robert Pattinson talked about his role in the upcoming Bel Ami movie, and his character Georges Duroy. Bel Ami is due to be released in 2011. (Minor spoilers ahead so can read the interview after the cut)

After three Twilights, Bella Swan is still a virgin. Which is one more virgin than you can expect to find in Robert Pattinson’s forthcoming, sex-filled period piece Bel Ami, co-starring Uma Thurman.
“It’s about a character called Georges Duroy, who is a broke ex-soldier in Paris in 1890. Basically, he has no drive. He’s just jealous of everything. I quite liked the story,” Pattinson says, describing his role as “a completely amoral, evil character.”

Despite the European period setting, he also believes the themes are universal.

“Kids nowadays, everyone feels entitled. You see someone who wants to do a job, but they don’t want to do an entry level job. ‘I want $100,000 a year as soon as I’m out of the gate.’

“That’s exactly what this guy is like. But he’s completely talentless. The only thing he does is, by accident, he finds this guy he’s in the army with in a brothel, and this other guy wants to impress him, so he gives (Georges) some money and invites him around.

“It ends up being like he invited the devil into his house. (Georges) seduces his wife and seduces all his wife’s friends. Every single influential woman he can get, he has an affair with. And he ends up screwing over the entire society and making millions and millions of francs “¦ It’s a story about how the s—s can completely win sometimes, just by doing absolutely nothing and stabbing everybody in the back.”


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