Monday, May 3, 2010

First Bel Ami Still

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Bel Ami is going to be promoted in Cannes


Remember Me Box Office News

Robert Pattinson’s REMEMBER ME (Finally) Crosses the $19M Mark: Box Office

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After eight weekend, Robert Pattinson’s Remember Me has finally crossed the $19m mark. After losing 86 theaters, the Allen Coulter-directed romantic/psychological drama grossed an estimated $46K at the North American box office, according to figures released by Box Office Mojo.
To date, Remember Me has taken in a total of $19.019 million.

Considering that it lost about half its theaters (it’s only playing at 118 venues now), Remember Me’s 44% drop-off rate wasn’t bad.
Worldwide, the $16m drama has grossed more than $50m.

Robert Pattinson will next be seen in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, which opens in the United States on June 30. Pattinson was recently in Vancouver with fellow Eclipse players Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner for several "pickup" shots with director David Slade.

Also in the Remember Me cast: Emilie de Ravin, Pierce Brosnan, Chris Cooper and Lena Olin.


Rob in OK! Magazine (Turkey) - The Most Attractive Vampires

‘The Most Attractive Vampires’

As Twilight Sequel New Moon hit the theaters, OK! has chosen the most attractive vampires of all the time.

The Most Fanciful
Edward Cullen

Famous actress Jennifer Love Hewitt shares her feelings for Twilight’s emotional vampire Edward “He is like Aladdin with vampire teeth. He can fly you in the woods, watch your sleep, let you listen to music and he contents himself with smelling your neck.” Robert Pattinson is very successful in portraying Edward’s tenderness. His fans sum up the case saying “Rob is absolutely very attractive!”

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Rob in SkyView Magazine - Translated Interview


Tyler’s character reminds us of James Dean, where you inspired by him?
Not necessarily. I think it’s a side that every person has. It’s true that this character has something very ‘Rebel without a cause’ about him, but there were other sides of Tyler that interested me, like his arrogant side. He tragically lost a family member and I think that his reverly and anger towards them it’s because he stopped being the center of attention. I tried to make these things very present when playing the character. There’s a big reason why the James Dean stereotype is still so present to this day, especially among young actors.

What was it like working with Pierce Brosnan? Obviously you guys had to work with certain tension between you. Did it interfere with your relatiship with him?
Not at all. There was no real tension. He’s one of the nicest people I’ve ever met. I had no idea what to think of him in the beginning, but he’s very hardworking, and not pretencious at all. We didn’t have a lot off scenes together but he was very kind to me. It was wonderful.

The main characters in the movie seem to appreciate life very much, do you think there’s a lesson for the audience?
One of the things that I liked about the story is that neither of the main characters had the idea that love is supposed to last forever. Thy are both just enjoying the happy moments they are living, and they are very valuable to them, even if they’re very short moments.

And what makes you happy?
The little things that are not very common. What I tried to communicate in the movie is that there’s little things that in life that sneek up on you, and surprise you.

Are you trying to mark a difference between your character in Twilight and the characters that you’re doing now, so that people know you’re more than Edward Cullen?
No, I’m not focused in that. I’m still choosing my roles the same way I always did. At least I still think I do. There’s very few things that interest me, so it’s easy for me to choose what I’m going to do next. All the projects that I’ve chosen have been very different from each other. I’m going to play soon a guy that was raised by aboriginals, and all my dialogue is in comanche. Right now I’m doing Bel Ami, which is very ironic because all these women fall for this guy but he just wants to steal their money. I thought it was a fun contrast from Edward Cullen.

Because he’s such a romantic?
Yes, and he’s the total opposite of that. But it wasn’t intentional. I thought it was a very fun movie, and my role is very interesting. I had never done such a simple role, and by simpleI don’t mean shallow, I mean normal. He’s a relief in many ways.

Can you still have a normal life?
Only in London, where I go to low-key places. There’s so many places there that I can go to and nobody knows who I am. I’ve gone to a pub where the bartender tells me everytime she sees me how much I look like the guy in the Twilight movies. It’s funny because she tells me the same thing every single time. Fortunately, people aren’t thinking in movies all the time so if they see me in the streets they’er embarrassed to say anything. Fame has its good side. I’m not struggling to get work now, and I can go from one movie to the next. To be honest I have the best position that any actor my age would want.

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