It's "How To Be" day on ROBsessed!
How To Be's DVD Distributor in the UK, Network Ltd., sent us the following press release and high quality pictures of RobArt Pattinson. Thanks to them we now know what is in the DVD extras (26 minutes of extended scenes!Eeek!), have an HD Trailer of the movie and the close-up shots of RobArt just about killed me.
First the High Definition Trailer:
Then the press release:
TWILIGHT sensation Robert Pattinson stars in the new, quirky, offbeat, post teen-life crisis comedy HOW TO BE (15); available to buy for the first time on DVD on 18th May 2009, RRP £14.99 and also via iTunes, RRP £9.99.(Gozde: Pre-order for £9.98 at Amazon How To Be [DVD]  ;))
Art (Robert Pattinson) sees himself as an enigmatic artiste. But he realises that he must take action if he is to prevent himself from wallowing and sinking deeper into his angst-ridden life as a struggling and disillusioned musician in London. A solution comes in the shape of a book titled “It’s Not Your Fault”. Not content to just draw inspiration from the printed words, however, Art invites the elderly author of the book to come and live with him and his dysfunctional parents…
HOW TO BE is a surreal and comedic journey about growing up and a wry look at the increasingly common phenomena of the twenty-something generation premature crisis in life, frustrated creativity and the lucrative world of self-help. Directed by Oliver Irving from his own screenplay, with contributions from his friends Johnny White and Joe Hastings (also the composer of the music in the film); HOW TO BE is a whimsical relationship comedy that is sure to generate laughs and cringes in equal measure.
• Extended Scenes (26 mins.)
• How to Make “How To Be” featurette (20 mins.)
• Audio commentary with director Oliver Irving, Mike Pearce (Nikki), Johnny White (Ronny) and Joe Hastings
And the pictures. Click for HQ goodness :)
I forgot to add that How To Be will be will be available on demand on IFC Festival Direct in the United States for three months beginning April 29! Thanks to "anon" for the reminder :)