Sunday, September 30, 2012

Rob is Glamour's Sexiest Man in the World of 2012

ETA Picture from the magazine. Looks like 10600 people agree that Rob is the sexiet man. (source/via)

The results are in and Rob is Glamour's Sexiest Man in the World for the 4th year in a row!

Over 40,000 people voted in Glamour magazine's 50 sexiest men of 2012 poll.

TOP 20

1. Robert Pattinson (1) 
2. Tom Hiddleston (new entry)
3. Johnny Depp (3)
4. Michael Fassbender (31)
5. Benedict Cumberbatch (33)
6. Robert Downey Jr (re-entry)
7. Taylor Lautner (2)
8. Paul Wesley (59)
9. James McAvoy (14)
10. Henry Cavill (15)
11. Cory Monteith (29)
12. Ian Somerhalder (25)
13. Ed Westwick (21)
14. Alexander Skarsgard (7)
15. Joe Manganiello (41)
16. Danny O'Donoghue (new entry)
17. Ryan Gosling (46)
18. Christian Bale (re-entry)
19. Chris Hemsworth (37)
20. Tom Hardy (47)

 Source - Via

New 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' Stills from US Weekly BD2 Special Issue

New stills from the US Weekly Breaking Dawn - Part 2 special

HQ scans

ETA: New Edward and Carlisle still thanks to @epnebelle

'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' LA Press Day - November 1st

According to Access Hollywood's Scott Mantz, 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' press day in LA will be/start on November 1st.

The LA press junket usually lasts 4 days (most of the times from Thursday to Sunday). We expect that this year things will probably be the same.

If you missed, the LA Premiere will be on November 12 (click here)

Saturday, September 29, 2012

Better Quality 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' Stills

Better quality scans from 'EW - Twilight: The Complete Journey' that were posted here

Thursday, September 27, 2012

New 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' Stills - Edward, Bella & Renesmee

LQ scans (looks like they're from People's Twilight Special - More HQ scans were posted here)

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ETA: Added another still

150 Caps of the 'Making of' from the French Cosmopolis Blu Ray DVD (Spoilery)

150 Captures from the Cosmopolis 'Making of' featured only on the French Blu Ray DVD. Most are spoilery so they're behind a cut for those who haven't seen the movie yet.

(You can order your DVD HERE and the Blu Ray HERE)

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Rob's Interview with Total Film - Talks about Twilight and how it changed his life

ETA: Full scans added - From Rob's part there are only a few new quotes in the intro of the article. The interview is from Total Film magazine. Interview was done right after Comic Con

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"They should do it as a straight-up porn film. That would be so good..." chuckels Robert Pattinson, speculating on a potential - but rather less chaste - future reboot of Twilight. While he may be joking about new beginnings, the billion-dollar vampire franchise is at its end with The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 (to give it its full title) and Pattinson is on his final round of press-junket interviews about the monster hit which has catapulted himself and co-stars Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner to Hollywood megastardom.

Wether Twi-hard or Twi-hater, there's no denying the impact of the films adapted from Stephenie Meyer's quartet of novels about clumsy teen Bella, her pretty-boy vampire beau Edward and werewolf loser-in-love, Jacob. Attracting a rabid fanbase, the films also fueled a craze for bloodsucking TV Dramas like True Blood and The Vampire Diaries and a slew of copycat books. Even this year's bestselling erotic novel, Fifty Shades of Grey, began life as Twilight fan fiction...

But the franchise's real lasting legacy might just turn out to be its three young who have made millions from the saga. Pattinson (26), Stewart (22) and Lautner (20) even made Forbes magazine's list of the highest-paid entertainers under the age of 30.

Today Lautner's tipically cheerful and straightfoward, while the self-effacing Pattinson greets Total Film in a hotel room surrounded by bottles of Vitamin Water, after overdosing on coffee. Sporting an anti-Edward backwards baseball cap, he's still stubbornly down-to-earth and remarkably unnafected by Twilight hyperbole as he was when TF first talked with him, four years ago "I was afraid I'd kept talking about myself," he explains putting away an electronic cigarette. "So I put an effort into forcing myself to be interested in other people, even if you're struggling to come to terms with what your life is."


Rob's Interview

What advice would you give to your younger self on the first day of Twilight?
Robert Pattinson: On literally the first take of the first scene, I had to run over and pick up Kristen. And I almost tore my arse-cheek muscle, my glute, because I crouched down wrong. So I’d say: ‘Don’t squat down so low’.

How was the Twilight experience changed you?
RP:  I’m probably more insecure. My ego got smaller [laughs]. I thought I was pretty cool after the first one. I finished the movie and for the first time, I had some money. The Twilight trailer had come out and got eight million hits so I had all the best parts of being in a big movie. I had meetings were people were saying, ‘This is the new hot thing, eh?’ Everyone gave a shit about you, but no-one knew who you were outside of that. So I spent eight months getting wasted with everyone thinking I was great. It was really fun. It was different at the start. TMZ and all that stuff was getting prevalent and now, it’s insane. Becoming big now, you became insanely conservative. Terrified about everything. Now I just stay at home.

Did you keep any mementoes from the films?
RP: The first one, I kept pretty much the whole wardrobe because I didn’t have any clothes then. There was an interview I did – with MTV or something – with a superfan. I was supposed to go in and surprise her, and after 10 seconds, she was like, ‘Are you wearing the same outfit as Edward?’ I’d completely forgotten, but they were the same clothes!

Kristen describes you as being ‘ridiculously ambitious’. Is that true?
RP: I think I want to be…The difference between me and Kristen is that she can do a day of work and at the end of the day be like,’I did the absolute best I could. Satisfied.’ Whereas I don’t think I’ve ever had that day in my life. I always go home irritated and want to fix it the next day. I don’t know who has the bigger ego in that case. Whether hers is bigger because she thinks what she did is fine, or whether mine’s bigger because I think I’m so great it’s never going to be good enough.

What has the franchise done for you career in general?
RP:  It’s done a lot. But the same time, you have to steer it. You can sink just as quickly as someone who’s never had this. It’s not a free pass. I think about how to carefully plan the route afterwards. You can’t do anything you want. And if I ever stop acting, I want people to remember my stuff as interesting after I got given my break.

Part of Kristen’s interview –talks about Rob.

In what ways has Robert changed since the franchise began?
Kristen Stewart: Rob is ridiculously ambitious. I see this drive and it’s only starting…especially right now because this is all coming to an end. I guess it’s not a change, it’s just something that’s come out and developed.

Part of Taylor’s interview – mentions Rob.

How have you changed since the franchise began?
Taylor Lautner: Myself, Rob and Kristen have grown up a lot. But they're the same people they were four years ago. They're not affected by this. I hope they'd say the same about me.

Transcript of Rob's interview thanks to thosebritshboys.

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Preview of the Audio of 'Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart & Taylor Lautner – In their Own Words'

We posted about the 'Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart & Taylor Lautner – In their Own Words' eBook HERE (with a new Rob interview).

Here's a preview of the audio part of the eBook. An audio compilation of old Rob interviews - Most of these, we only got the print version.

1)Are you afraid that everything else you do will be compared to Edward Cullen?
Robert Pattinson: I’m not sure. I’ve always been of the opinion that if something explodes really quickly, it takes the same amount of time for people to think of something else. I mean, I don’t know. I hope not. Maybe it’ll be a good thing…I have no idea.

2)What’s the one part of your costume that always transforms you into character?
Robert Pattinson: Probably the contact lenses because it makes me miserable as soon as I put them in. That’s what creates sort of the pouting and brooding character. You’re just like, ‘Ugh.’

3) What drives you to succeed?
Robert Pattinson: I guess probably fear of failure and an inadequacy complex, and I just drive rental cars. I drive different things. I don’t have a car.

4) There are so many fan sites not just for you, but for Edward. Do you check any of those fansites out?
Robert Pattinson: It’s kind of incredible the information they get so quickly. Sometimes I’ll check them to see what my schedule is on stuff, like on weekends when I can’t get through to my agency. They know way better, or even to see my emails sometimes!

5) Talk about the past year or so of your life. The sudden celebrity. The paparazzi. How are you dealing with things, and do you find yourself more comfortable with it all now?
Robert Pattinson: I guess it’s inevitable that you become more comfortable. You still fight against some things. There’s nothing really scary about the franchise itself. I like all the people I work with. I generally have very few disagreements about the script or anything while we’re doing it, especially on New Moon. It just seemed so relaxed and easy.

6) What about in a fight between you and Taylor Lautner?
Robert Pattinson: I don’t know. I did hear, the other day, that Taylor had agreed to an interview where the interviewer was going to fight him. And, after looking at Taylor’s martial arts videos from when he was like nine, I wouldn’t really want to do anything. Maybe if I had some kind of weapon.

7)Love plays such a major part of these films, and so many fans want what happens on the screen to happen in your real life. How do you separate falling in love in real life with the women that you’re cast opposite?
You’ve always got to remember that you’re being paid. There’s a lot of connotations that come with that. That’s one of the major separations.

Youtube | Transcript

You can order the eBook here.

Monday, September 24, 2012

Rob Spotted at Jimmy Kimmel's Emmy's Party at the Soho House Last Night

ETA: Added more reports at the bottom of the post

According to Matt Donelly from The LA Times and Marc Malkin from eOnline, Rob was at Jimmy Kimmel's Emmy's Party at the Soho House Last Night

From The LA Times (click to read full article)
Jimmy Kimmel has received tepid reviews for his Emmy Awards hosting gig, but if you're counting the star support behind him? He was a smash.

Following his gig Sunday at Los Angeles' Nokia Theater, Kimmel shut down West Hollywood's Soho House, inviting winners and friends to join him at the exclusive space.

Robert Pattinson, dressed in his uniform of denim and a baseball cap, showed with a male pal and enjoyed conversation with a small group on the patio.

From eOnline (click to read the full article)
Emmy host Jimmy Kimmel threw a party at Soho House. Guests like Robert Pattinson, Aaron Paul, Ellen DeGeneres, Portia DeRossi, Ashley Judd, Aziz Ansari, Carson Daly, Dominic Monaghan, Glee's Harry Shum Jr. and many more enjoyed eats from Umami Burger along with Don Julio margaritas and Bulleit Bourbon cocktails.

More from eOnline that also has a few more details from Rob's appearance at the LA Dance Project dinner (click here for our master post with pics and Rob's quotes about the event)
The Twilight star, 26, was first spotted Saturday night attending the premiere of Natalie Portman's choreographer husband Benjamin Millepied's ballet Moving Parts at Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los.Angeles.

The performance was also the debut of Millepied's new L.A. Dance Project company and was followed by a Van Cleef & Arpels dinner.

"He was there the whole night," a source says of R.Pattz. "He came at 5:30 and didn't leave until the end of the after party. He just seemed really relaxed and happy. He was drinking beer and puffing on an electronic cigarette."

Pattinson, scruffy and dressed in a gray Gucci suit and black shirt but with no tie, seemed to have come to the gala with a male pal, the source said.

But last night, it was a much more casual Pattinson who hit Jimmy Kimmel's star-studded Emmys afterparty at members-only Soho House.

He arrived at about 11 p.m., another source reports.

"Rob was with a male friend and they were both dressed down, Rob in a hat and leather jacket," the source said. "They hung outside for most of the night…Rob chatted with a few different people throughout the night but was mellow and hung in a smaller group."

From People
Robert Pattinson stepped out Sunday night to attend Emmy host Jimmy Kimmel's after party at Soho House in Los Angeles.

Joined by a male friend, Pattinson was dressed casually in a baseball cap and jacket, but every girl in the room was "trying to get his attention," an onlooker tells PEOPLE.

Inside the star studded event, guests sipped on Don Julio margaritas and Bulleit Bourbon Old Fashioned cocktails and snacked on sliders from Umami Burger.

Samantha Ronson deejayed a set full of current hits and classic rock while nominees, winners and guests including Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston, Ellen DeGeneres and Portia De Rossi, Downton Abbey's Michelle Dockery, L.A. Laker Kobe Bryant and more enjoyed the evening.

"At one point Rob approached Kobe to say hi and tell him he was a big fan," the source adds. "Kobe said the same right back to him!"

Please note that the picture used in this post is NOT from the Emmy party. It's from Rob's appearance at StandUp2Cancer a few weeks ago.

New/Old Edward&Bella 'Breaking Dawn - Part 1' Still from EW

From the 'Entertainment Weekly - Twilight: The Complete Journey' (this picture is in the contents page)

New 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' stills from the magazine were posted HERE

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Full picture

Metric talks about writing songs for Rob's movies and meeting him

At 6:10


New 'Cosmopolis' Behind The Scenes Still With Rob and Cronenberg

Thanks to Gossipgyal

Cosmopolis French DVD - New Eric Packer Promo Picture

ETA: Added some screencaps and videos of the Cosmopolis' Making Of from the DVD

Pictures from the 'Cosmopolis' French DVD

The new promo picture

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Rob at the Van Cleef & Arpels Dinner for LA Dance Project - Sep 22

Want to know more about the L.A. Dance Project? Click here and here.

From The Hollywood Reporter
Before a crowd that included Dita von Teese, Chris Evans, philanthropist Wallis Annenberg and Robert Pattinson (drinking Coronas and using an electronic cigarette), Millepied's L.A. Dance Project company performed three pieces, including a new piece by Millepied (with costumes by Rodarte) and a dark, shadowy work by the late legendary choreographer Merce Cunningham that had not been performed in 50 years.


Portman and Millepied, plus von Teese, Pattinson and around 120 other guests, attended a pre-performance dinner at Disney Concert Hall sponsored by Van Cleef & Arpels and then all hung out for the after-party in an event area off the main lobby. Pattinson -- who is friends with Portman and Millepied and is said to live near them in Los Angeles -- told THR that he loved the performances but can't see himself ever dancing in a film: "I was inspired but I know my limitations." If he'd had to dance for a role, "I wouldn't have gotten it."

From @KTLTran
For all the Robert Pattinson fans: he's wearing Gucci and drinking Amstel Light @vancleefarpels dinner tonight at Disney Hall


New 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' Stills

ETA: Added 3 Stills from the 'Entertainment Weekly - Twilight: The Complete Journey' at the bottom of the post

Juliette Binoche talks about Rob with The Guardian

You had a cameo in Cosmopolis, playing Robert Pattison's art dealer and lover …
That was great. I was astonished to see how much of a cinephile Robert was, and how ambitious – he wants to produce and has strong views of what he wants to do in the movie world.

He's been going through a tough time …
Well I witnessed Jude Law going through hell as well – it can be a nightmare when people have to deal with their intimacies in public. It's not respectful, so I felt for him and for her [Kristen Stewart] as well.

Full interview at The Guardian | Via

Friday, September 21, 2012

'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' World Premiere Info - Nov 12th

The final Twilight Saga premiere is going to be Monday, Nov. 12 at the Nokia Plaza LA Live

Camping info:

- Camping will start Nov. 8th for registered campers.
- They want to accommodate more campers than the past and have more activities,
- Monday, October 1st, more specific instructions about the registration will be revealed by Summit.
- Registration for premiere camping will happen online, similar to the process for The Hunger Games premiere.
- More details as they come. You WILL be able to camp with your friends.


Rob talks 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2', The Twilight Saga, 50 Shades of Grey, Fame and Success

This interview is featured in 'Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart & Taylor Lautner – In Their Own Words', that contains interviews dating from 2008. Here's the newest one with lots of new quotes. Rob talks 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2', 'Twilight', 50 Shades of Grey, fame and success

Looking extremely casual in an old t-shirt, baseball cap, faded jeans and a little unshaven, Pattinson, 26, looks happy and relaxed to have the movie that changed his life behind him. As usual, he doesn’t talk about his relationship with co-star Kristen Stewart, but talks a little of what’s to come post-Twilight, as well as addressing the rumours about him playing the lead in the film adaptation of 50 Shades of Grey. He will next star in David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis.

Q: So now that it’s finally over, let’s go back. What was the most touching moment for you in the movie, including the one we haven’t seen yet?
Out of the whole series?

Q: Yeah, what touched you the most and the hardest one?
Probably that a bit in the first one, just when Bella is in the hospital, and she says, ‘Don’t ever leave me again,’ and I say, ‘Where am I going to go?’ or something like that. I still think that’s kind of my favorite scene in it mainly because it was so different what happened after it, and we made up the lines there and that’s how different the shoot was. Like every movie afterwards, the idea of making up lines, is kind of just unheard of and so I loved that bit. But the hardest was probably the birth scene in the first part of this one mainly because it was hilarious, and it was supposed to be really serious. (laughs) And there was one shot where we had to look directly into the camera, and I was crying with laughter, and I’d have to go down and chew the baby out and I would like, I was stopping tears from coming out of my eyes, and it looks like I’m crying in the thing. And I’m not supposed to be able to cry as a vampire and I’m like crying in the scene but I was laughing.

Q: Is it cool to see Kristen play and look different as a vampire? She’s sexy and not clumsy anymore?
For some reason, I listened to Taylor at Comic Con talking about the clumsy thing, and I thought, ‘Was she clumsy?’ (laughs). And everyone always talked about the clumsiness. But yeah, I never understood it. It’s always the aspect of female characters and young female characters that’s supposed to be unattractive about them when they are clearly not unattractive? (laughs) It’s like, she’s really clumsy, and I’ve never met a genuinely clumsy person or noticed someone who is like handicapped by being so clumsy, (laughs) like it’s so weird.

Q: Do you think you have a quality of timeless gentlemen?
I don’t know. I guess I’m like relatively sensitive. Also, I had two older sisters so I grew up with lots of girls and so I guess I kind of have a different mentality cause of that. And I never really played any team sports or anything, (laughs) so I guess all those things add up to that. But yeah, I mean, I don’t know why but I’m not getting cast as them anymore. (laughter)

Q: Do you like that type of character?
Yeah, sometimes, sometimes it’s really nice. I was watching Water For Elephants on TV the other day, because it’s not got to the point where it’s far enough away and I don’t even recognize myself, and I just thought it was really sweet. It’s like an old-fashioned movie, and yeah, it is quite fun playing it. When you are doing it, it’s kind of annoying, because my instincts, they want to go to the absolute possible place and you know that it never, this person would never do this, and most of the characters I play are innately kind people which is quite nice, because people aren’t genuinely very kind.

Q: So do you have this sort of urge now to do something, play the mean guy, play the meathead?
I kind of always did that up until Twilight. Like, apart from Harry Potter, I mean every part I played is always kind of like sort of weird. But I don’t know, I find kind of random things, the movie I’m doing next, is a real guy, an interrogator and he’s not particularly weird or anything, he’s just like, he’s kind of, well he’s a little weird.

Q: What is your next project?
It’s about the guy who found Saddam Hussein. It’s a military interrogator, based on this guy called Eric Maddox. It’s this crazy story, but he basically talked to about 250 people, none of whom were on any of the US Armies Wanted Lists, and found Saddam Hussein when no one even knew he was in Iraq. So it was an interesting story.

Q: Have you read 50 Shades of Grey and did you know it was based on you and would you star in it?
I think the author has written me out of it. I saw some interview earlier and they went, oh, it could never be him. And I’m like ,’Hey, I’m going to make you pay for that.’ (laughter)

Q: She said you could never play the role that was based on you?
It’s funny seeing all these other actors so openly like vying for it. I’ve never seen that happen before. It’s so strange. I haven’t read the whole thing, I read bits of it, there’s a book called 50 Sheds of Grey, (laughter) have you seen that book? That’s amazing, just a picture book of 50 Grey Sheds, (laughter) and it’s literally on the New York Times Best Seller List. People have got the wrong read. (Laughs)

Q: You said you just watched Water For Elephants. How do you feel when you watch your own movies? Does it always take a while for you to separate yourself?
Yeah, a couple of years at least. But I really like the first Twilight movie now, cause it’s on TV constantly, (laughs) so I’ve seen it like six times, but I remember watching it the first time at the premiere and I had to leave. I left and I sat in the car and it was also kind of overwhelming to me. I started to have a panic attack in the cinema, and then I ran out and got in the car, and I didn’t even realize there was someone videotaping me through the car window, they are right next to me sitting and I was like ‘Oh god!’ Now it’s kind of different. But I find it really hard to watch stuff although I watched Cosmopolis and because it’s so stylized I found that not too hard to watch.

Q: What do you think about when you watch yourself in movies?
I don’t really know what I’m doing when I’m doing it, (laughs) I find a lot of the time it’s like tossing a coin and if something comes out good or not when you are doing it, even in the scene… I don’t understand these actors who can consistently turn up to work and just be like in ‘acting mode.’ And just be really good all the time. Like I can literally walk onto a set and have absolutely no idea, I’ve done all of my preparation or whatever and have no idea what’s going to happen until I open my mouth at all. And I can also feel that something went terribly, when it’s the best scene in the movie or whatever. I have no idea ever.

Q: You are a method actor.
(laughs) I don’t know if I’m completely together in my own method.

Q: Did you have to prepare differently for this one? There was a lot of physicality and also and also, anything you can give us about the final sequence, how was it to shoot?
It’s so funny, (laughs) it’s supposed to be a secret, but they put it in the trailer, like Summit was saying, ‘Don’t talk about the battle.’ And I’m like, ‘It’s in the trailer, what are you talking about?’ (laughter) But yeah, I did tons. I worked a lot at the beginning, because I had to start with my shirt off, but that’s it, (laughs) but we shot the battle stuff at the end. And so I was totally out of shape by that point. (laughter)

Q: How did you do it?
I’m all right at doing it. It’s film fighting, you don’t really have to be that fit, cause it’s not really like normal fighting, like you have to kind of be quite flaily, and I’m quite like mal-coordinated. I’m quite gangly, and so it’s easy for me to kind of do, because if you are throwing a punch, you throw a punch and it’s so huge, where most people who like actually box a lot or something, are so used to keeping it tight, and it feels so fake to them. But I find that kind of stuff quite easy, and can do it on one or two takes. Like everyone else who were really physically fit has to do like ten. But the only annoying thing is the wire stuff, but I never see anyone who’s good at like anything on a wire, it’s always through the operator. If you get a good wire team, then you will look good. If something is not that well organized, you will just look terrible, no matter how good you are at it.

Q: Were you scared?
I mean, most of the time you were just so tired, (laughs) the whole time you were just going through the motions.

Q: Do you have a memento from the set?
I have almost every costume from the first one because I was wearing that stuff for about two years, (laughs) afterwards.

Q: You are in the baseball scene, do you have a baseball outfit?
No, that was like rented. We were pretty low budget on the first one. (Laughter)

Q: What was your favorite one that you kept?
I had these jeans which I kept. I literally bought all these clothes and then got the company to pay me back on the first one. You could do anything on the first movie, it was crazy. I was stuck in Vancouver getting my Visa by myself. I started just borrowing my costumes (laughs) and I kept them all for years afterwards.

Q: What a huge difference.
Yeah. And the funny thing was, I had all these kinds of things from the first one. I was wearing independent little labels from cool shops in Vancouver and then by the last one, the more and more money that became involved, then there would be these contracts with clothes companies and so like if you look at the last one, every single vampire is wearing G Star or Bellstaff. (laughter) No matter which side they are on, (laughter) it’s crazy. And they all have the label on the side as well. It’s nuts. (Laughs)

Q: After all these years, what will you miss the most?
There is something incredibly familiar and nice about it and it’s normally what you are doing when you turn up on a movie set when you know everyone is so, like normally it’s like the first day of school every time you start, but when you know people. It’s strange, and it is pretty nice. Like when you are doing a job where everything changes all the time, say doing a TV show, but at the same time, that’s one of the greatest things about acting as well, (laughs) you can just leave everybody behind.

Q: After all this success, what do you do to keep grounded?
I don’t know, I mean I guess I’m quite a genuinely insecure person, and so it’s not very hard for me. I mean, it’s sort of like, I think even if someone says that something is good you’ve got to be pretty dumb to let your head get big, especially now when everything about your life is reported. I don’t understand people who still have a big ego who are actors. It’s like, everyone knows who you are, everyone knows you are just a vain moron, (laughter) and that’s what every actor is. (laughter)

Q: What do you miss doing the most that you can’t do now?
I really miss going to the cinema, especially in LA, because LA has the best cinemas in the world. I used to go four times a week, five times a week, and that and just being able to just I mean this obvious anonymity kind of thing, you want to be able to sit in a place and not worry and just listen to people or watch people and it’s the camera phones, it’s the camera phones and TMZ, it just ruined everything. And in a few years, people will be like oh Goddamnitt I wish we never bought into TMZ, now we’ve ruined it for ourselves. (laughter)

Q: What’s the best thing that you’ve got?
Just being able to do this job. I mean, it is the best job in the world. I just wish I had gotten it like 12 years ago. (laughs)

Q: Thank you.

'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' Co-stars, Dakota Fanning and Guri Weinberg, Mention Rob

Dakota Fanning
Indeed, even a quick-fire word-association game about her fellow stars scores a disappointing zero on the bitch-o-meter. Presented with the name "Tom Cruise", she responds with "exciting". Kristen Stewart is "bestie". Robert De Niro (who terrorised her on screen in Hide and Seek) is "sweet", Robert Pattinson "funny", Penn "dedicated", Denzel Washington "strong". Spielberg earns the most effusive praise: "Mentor. Best of the best."
Guri Weinberg
Question: How much did you have to give Mackenzie in the swear jar. You are the one that kinda started it with her. How much did you have to give her?
Guri: Well I was lucky enough in the spirit that I didn’t have as much money as Rob and Kristen did, so she let me get away with it. But I was the one that told her to start a swear jar cause I felt that I was not a big help. She’s like a ninja, the way she comes up you don’t hear her. So at first you think it’s just us adults and then Mackenzie is there looking at you with that really disappointed look

Dakota Fanning/Via | Guri Weinberg

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Saad Siddiqui mentions working with Rob and David Cronenberg

Saad Siddiqui - who plays one of the photographers in the pie scene - mentions working with David and Rob.
Siddiqui is also happy to have met a few well-known actors at the festival, including Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Emily Blunt and Diane Kruger. On working with Hollywood directors like David Cronenberg, who directed him in the Robert Pattinson-led Cosmopolis, he says, “The last three Hollywood directors I have worked with are all wonderful and great. I really enjoyed working with David Cronenberg and Ruba Nadda as I have watched their films over the years. I know Ruba really well now and filmed a whole month with her in South Africa and it was an amazing experience.” The actor adds that, “the story of Inescapable was so important to her to make, I saw how dedicated she was to it, and It was a pleasure for me to help bring it to the silver screen. I would love to work again with Ruba and David.” He also enjoyed working with Pattinson, calling him a “very talented actor and a very kind and caring human being”, before recalling how welcoming he was when they first met on set and how enjoyable the experience was.
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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Gorgeous Pictures of Rob at the NYSE Now in HQ

Most of these pictures were posted in MQ HERE, now they're in HQ. Much better :)

New/Old Picture of Rob at the OTR After Party in Cannes

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Monday, September 17, 2012

Part 2 of Rob's New/Old Interview with Orestis Andreadakis from Cannes

We posted audio of this interview HERE, but now we have video.

Rob's interview starts at 12:36 and David's at 13:29.

The video of Part 1 was posted HERE

source Thanks to @calliexoxo for the heads up

The cast of ''Perks Of Being A Wallflower' jokes about Rob with MTV

Starts around 0:11

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Director and Producer Adam Shankman Tweets About Rob "My sister in law jammed w/ Rob Pattinson on guitar..."

Director and producer, Adam Shankman talks about Rob jamming on guitar and Dermot Mulroney playing cello on Saturday night (Sept 15).

@adammshankman: My sister in law jammed w/ Rob Pattinson on guitar, and Dermot Mulrony on cello last night. Brilliant and stupifying 2 watch. Life is weird.

That was not the first time he talks about Rob. In an interview at the 'Breaking Dawn' premiere he talked about Rob being considered for 'Rock of Ages' "Rob is a good singer"

Saturday, September 15, 2012

New 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' Poster + Old ones now untagged

New 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' Poster, different than the one posted HERE

Old ones posted HERE and HERE, now untagged.

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Cosmopolis UK DVD and Blu Ray - New Covers + Special Features' Details

ETA: New release date! Amazon and list the release date as November 12.

We posted about the Cosmopolis UK DVD HERE, but now the DVD and Blu Ray have a new cover. Release date is still the same, October 8th.

ETA: According to the DVD/Blu Ray extras are:
Citizens of Cosmopolis - An exclusive in-depth documentary
Interviews with Cast & Crew (listed only in the Blu Ray at's site)

You can pre-order it on Amazon UK: DVD/Blu Ray, at HMV: DVD/Blu Ray or at DVD/Blu Ray

The Complete Twilight Saga Screening UK Poster + Tickets Info and a Chance To Win a Trio To the BD2 Premiere in LA

@TwilightSaga_UK just released a really cool poster with all 5 movies for the 'Complete Twilight Saga Screening'.

Via @TwilightSaga_UK:
You will be able to pre-book your tickets to see 'Breaking Dawn Part 2' and for 'The Complete Twilight Saga Screening' starting October 1st.

These will be a ONE DAY ONLY extravaganza, kicking off on the afternoon of Thursday 15th November. You’ll be able to see all four previous films in the Saga back-to-back in the run-up to the midnight screening of 'Breaking Dawn - Part Two' with EXCLUSIVE introductions from the cast, premiere coverage, music videos and other footage. And every screening attendee with receive an exclusive Twilight Saga gift with purchase when they arrive at the cinema!

Tickets will also go on sale on October 1st in the US. (Variety)
Advanced ticket sales for Summit's "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 2" will go on sale Oct. 1, more than six weeks before the film's nationwide release on Nov. 16.

Sale date, which begins at midnight EST, has been agreed upon by the two largest online ticketing sites, Fandango and

Tickets for the four-movie "Twilight" marathon on Nov. 15 also will be made available starting midnight Oct. 1.

And Fandango has a contest to win a trip to the 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' premiere in Los Angeles -> click HERE

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

'Cosmopolis' Theater List

Theater list updated!

Here's the updated theater list thanks to eOneFilmsUS. More new cities/theaters added! ETA: Theaters opening on 9/14 at the top of the post

Go see Cosmopolis when it's out close to you!

Updated Theater List

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

New\Old Rob Interview from Cannes with Orestis Andreadakis

Starts at 16:02. David's interview at 16:46 and Rob's at 16:57


Sunday, September 9, 2012

'Queen of the Desert' Update - To start filming "early next year"

According to 'Queen of the Desert' producer, Cassian Elwes, filming will start "early next year"

Rob mentioned during Cosmopolis promo in an interview with TIME that he will start shooting 'The Rover' in January and 'Mission: Blacklist' next summer.
[About Mission: Blackilist] We’re going to shoot in Iraq next summer. In January I’m doing this other movie [The Rover] with David Micôd, who did the Australian movie Animal Kingdom—a futuristic western with Guy Pearce.

He also talked about his three projects with MTV

More New HQ Pictures of Rob Leaving 'Stand Up 2 Cancer'

More pictures and videos of Rob at Stand Up 2 Cancer here.

More New HQ Pictures of Rob at the 2012 VMAs

More pictures and videos from the VMAs at our master post.

Full version of the NEW Edward/Bella/Renesmee 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' Promo Picture from the Movie Tie

We posted the cropped version HERE, but now here's the full picture.

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New Rob Interview from Stand Up 2 Cancer

All pictures (on stage, backstage and outside) and video of Rob on stage are HERE.

At 2:33

Friday, September 7, 2012

Rob at Stand Up 2 Cancer

ETA: Tons of more pictures added

Rob was a surprise guest at Stand Up 2 Cancer this evening.

@SU2C: Every cent that goes to research is changing the lives of patients and their families right now. – Robert Pattinson Give @ 888.90.STAND

HD Video

HQ Pictures - Thanks to Pattinsonlife

The Last 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' Trailer

Download the trailer in HD (1080p) HERE (right click save)

Youtube - 1080p HD and without Yahoo's tag


HQ Pictures of Rob Outside the 2012 VMAs

ETA: Added more pictures of Rob arriving and leaving the VMAs

'The Rover' Gets Gobbled Up in Key Territories

The David Michod-helmed drama sells to eOne in the United Kingdom, Canada and Benelux, among other markets.

TORONTO -- The Robert Pattinson starrer The Rover is getting gobbled up in a number of key territories.

The David Michod-helmed drama, which also stars Guy Pearce, has been sold in the U.K., Canada and Benelux territories to eOne, Scandinavia to Nordisk, Latin America to Sun Distribution, the Middle East to Italia Film and Eastern Europe (excluding Russia) to Revolutionary Releasing. Village Roadshow already picked up the film for Australia and New Zealand.

FilmNation acquired the majority of worldwide sales rights to The Rover during the Cannes Film Festival in May and will continue to present the film to buyers at the Toronto International Film Festival. FilmNation also is handling U.S. sales with UTA.

Michôd, who became an in-demand director after the success of his debut Animal Kingdom, also wrote The Rover, which begins shooting in the winter and is based on a story he conceived with actor Joel Edgerton (Zero Dark Thirty, The Great Gatsby).

Set in a dystopian future, the story centers on a hardened loner, Eric (Pearce), who travels the desolate towns and roads of the Australian outback. When a brutal gang of thieves steals his car and his only remaining possession, they leave behind the wounded Rey (Pattinson). Forcing Rey to help track the gang, Eric will go to any lengths to take back the one thing that matters to him.

We’ve had a great response from buyers so far,” FilmNation’s Glen Basner said. “David has emerged as an innovative filmmaker, generating much anticipation for his next film among both distributors and audiences worldwide.”

David Linde will produce The Rover for Lava Bear Films, while Liz Watts will produce for Porchlight Films with Michôd.