No Video Left Behind: Robert Pattinson talks about fame, his future, his emerald Gucci and more during Berlin & London press junkets

No Video Left Behind: Robert Pattinson talks about fame, his future, his emerald Gucci and more during Berlin & London press junkets

UPDATE: Way better audio. He's so cute.

"Hopefully people will like the stuff I'm doing over the next year." Judging from how we react to any info about Rob's new film projects, it's safe to say we're all on board in the dark recesses. ;)

The audio is poor and you can't hear the questions but Rob can be heard.


Thanks melcitron for the heads up! | Source

Another press video after the cut!


We posted Rob's interview with Daybreak during London BD2 promo but this video has more of the interview. He talks about his spiffy LA suit. At 2:30 is the new bit


Click HERE to see the better quality video we originally posted. Thanks R for the heads up!

37 comments:

Gozde said...

I think rob really likes and is comfortable with Lorraine. She's a doll (and his mum likes her!). He's so well mannered and sweet here-- feels a bit more real somehow!

And rob, if you came out looking like a Christmas tree we would have found plenty of balls to hang on you!!... And you'd have still looked AWESOME!!

Gozde said...

It is always so much fun to watch and listen to Robert with these interviewers, they seems to have fun with him too. I live that lady... she's so sweet.

Gozde said...

he is more relaxed in britain(and australia) for some reason

Gozde said...

To be honest when I saw Rob wearing that green suit I told myself would be fun if Rob wore red inside the suit.Now laughing cause Rob thought about that also and it would be fitting since Christmas is just around the corner..Hmmm...there's still next time Rob...

Gozde said...

Rob is always at his best when he trusts his interviewer. Usually he knows when it will be fun, or not. Also, he knows whether it will possibly turn to things he wishs to keep private. Ya just got to love him!!!

Gozde said...

Great minds think alike!

Gozde said...

I do love her accent.

Gozde said...

Love that interviewer. Ok, onto BD2 box office performance. Over the weekend it went over half a billion dollars worldwide (actuals thru Sunday are $227.3M domestic and $350.8M international - $578.1M) and should easily break the $700M expected and more than likely end up between $725-$750M worldwide, highest for the series and in the top 50 worldwide grossing pictures ever. Put Lionsgate over $1Billion domestic for first time last weekend and over $2B worldwide this weekend - which is ridiculous for a studio this size and age. (For example, compare it to Dreamworks performance with $2B in capitalization and the dream team of Katz, Spielberg and Geffen helming it: they lost money first 5 years and still haven't had a year like this). Hit a lot of records and performing slightly better than BD1, but just about like New Moon domestic, so should end up in the $285-$295M range by the end of the run in theaters.
But internationally, it's WAY up. First weekend, it took in internationally the same amount Twilight grossed overseas TOTAL, almost $200M. This weekend it dropped 50%, but that's still way better than previous films and the new markets where it opened, it opened huge again. What I'm trying to figure out is was it just time to explode overseas, and the end of series bump happened (like Potter and what all the analysts were expecting)? It didn't happen in US...we seem to have maxed out the potential audience here and aren't really drawing anyone who isn't already invested in the series. But worldwide, it's hitting pretty huge for a Twilight flick and drawing in new audience. Is it an effect of all the new international cast members? The more "guy friendly" scenes like the battle? Curious what the thoughts are from the overseas folks on here if you guys see something different than we do here in the States.

Gozde said...

Europe loves Robert, just compare the box office results of Bel Ami and Cosmopolis with those of the US. Sorry, this is a ridiculous answer **I know about the distribution failure for both movies in the US, Europe wasn't much better.....:((((** , but I don't know why the BD2 results decrease in the US and increase overseas with every released twilight movie. It's an interesting question.I also wonder why Europe had three premieres and the US only one?

Gozde said...

I got your postcard today! so so sweet of you Green! I love it. And the quote, perfect! Thank you so much, a nice way to start my day.

Gozde said...

today???? No wonder that nobody sends greetings by mail anymore, that takes ages!

Gozde said...

The second video was very sweet (didn't he favor a young Elvis with his hair like that?).
Wish we could get a transcript from the one I could only hear a little bit...Did he say he wants to have a heir? That is precious!

Gozde said...

Well, when I watched Twilight in theatre, with daughter, the audience consisted mostly of teen and twens. New Moon got a bit more mothers, couples. Eclips idem. BDI I can't say 'cause I couldn't watch it when it hit theatres here, only after a while. When I saw BDII in a sold out big theatre (with two or three smaller theatres showing the film in the same cinemaplex) I was very surprised by the audience. You could see in the cinemaplex that a Twilight movie had come out because of the presence of many groups of women LOL. But in theatre itself the audience was very mixed: many older people, many couples, young and old. I might exaggerate but I think that one third or one quart were men. It was more the audience you can expect for a family movie than a Twilight film who's known for being only women related. So if this was a general thing, happening in many countries, you probably have your answer :). In fact, maybe 'cause it was evening, I saw only a few teens, the big majority were adults. It made it more pleasant to watch the film and the reactions of the audience were appropriate to what happened on screen.

It made me a bit rebelously proud to see how people just ignored the panning of the critics and their constantly referings to the "12 year old kids" . They simply followed their own taste, as it has to be.
The day before I had to "endure" Iron Man 2 on TV, a film that got critical acclaim for chrissake. At least BDII was visually very beautiful.

Gozde said...

50 Shades effect? She's touring a lot internationally, so I wouldn't be surprised if it piqued the interest of people who would not have paid attention to Twilight otherwise. Just a thought.

Gozde said...

Me too!

Gozde said...

Rob is something special. I only listened to two vids and I feel calmer already and have a small smile on my lips. if you could be my christmas tree Rob the world would be perfect. ;-)

Gozde said...

Yes Blackbeanie when I saw the BD2 I never saw any young ones in the cinema and there were quite a few men in the audience and not with partners either - so a very wide audience you might say :-)

Gozde said...

This year for BD2 there were a lot more males in the cinema, I've been 3 times now and every time there were more couples, against last year for BD1 where majority of the audience at least 3/4 were female, I think the comedy and action element probably made a difference !!

Gozde said...

You think I should try that too??? Maybe it helps...well, thinking about it, ... it certainly will, right? :-)))

Gozde said...

Yes he has that calming effect after reading all the crap on the other thread !!
Especially talking to lovely Lorraine :)

Gozde said...

I live in Guatemala and BD2 started Nov 23!!! ...had to avoid those spoilers. Even though the audience was majorly female, as usual... the guys seemed very excited about the turn of events that made the girls gasp. In the end it seemed the guys enjoyed it more than the others. The battle, the arm wrestling, and the additional touches of humor made it more appealing to the guys. I would even add that the new Bella also made it more appealing to the male audience.

Gozde said...

Edward gave my heart the jump start for Rob... But watching the interviews, his behavior on shows, his sense of humor, his clever answers, the amazing way he would patiently give different answers to the SAME STINKIN' questions over and over, how he keeps his cool with the paparazzi ... That made him a KEEPER. :) There are plenty of "pretty faces" in Hollywood... but Rob is an all around amazing guy.

Gozde said...

I wasn't around for the beginning of Twilight as I only discovered this universe nearly 2 years ago (sad, I know) but for BD1 and 2 in NYC, very adult audience, lots of couples (men want to make their wives/gf's happy because they know they'll be getting some) and some single men who I don't even think were gay. When I saw BD2 there was a couple in late 60's/early 70's. I will say a slew of great looking movies were just released in the States. They always release a lot at this time of the year because it's the time for the best Oscar buzz but even I am excited about so much that has been released and I don't always think that way, so there is a lot of competition. It does seem from watching the interviews and newspeople overseas that they are less judgmental of Twilight, etc. Also, maybe given the huge storm not that long ago on the East Coast and how many are still recovering (biggest population center in the US), maybe that affected the numbers just a bit? I only saw it once but definitely plan on going again. In NYC, I know the movie will show for at least 2 months, so it's not the same panicky rush to see it before it is gone.

Gozde said...

Thanks Tink for updating the first one ..I could hear every word he said<3 ..The one with Lorraine OMG!..He looks like a young Elvis! And I loved his answers in both interviews..He's gonna plan a party for the Twilight cast maybe?.. Aah man, that'll be some party.. and they deserve it.They made Twilight so wonderful for us.

Gozde said...

I woulda loved to see him in that red shirt! Sweet baby was thinking of Christmas.

oooo..I just love him to pieces!

Gozde said...

He always seems more relaxed when he's in his home country. I like it. :)

Gozde said...

Ha- I just posted the same thing. It's impossible not to notice.

Gozde said...

Good insight! I think Rob's popularity has been growing overseas too. His movies always seem to do as well - or even better - overseas.

Gozde said...

I had the same experience. A lot more men, including my hubby!

Gozde said...

Oh and I should add that I have seen every Twilight movie at the midnight showing. And every movie has attracted a more and more diverse audience. The first one was almost exclusively teens and their moms.

Gozde said...

I know that Remember Me did much better overseas, and I think it's partly because, as you said, Europe loves Rob. But I think with that movie, it was also because Americans didn't like being reminded of 9/11 in such a heartbreaking way. I think people in the States took it harder and didn't like it.

Gozde said...

I agree. My niece's husband specifically pointed out that he loved seeing Edward laugh when Bella was angry at Jacob. He said, "I actually liked Edward in this movie." I think men aren't comfortable with over-dramatic and romantic scenes, but they can relate more to action and humor. Not to generalize -- I know there are exceptions. But it does trend that way.

Gozde said...

I think men have also watched their wive's DVDs and gotten interested!

Gozde said...

Maybe. But I'm constantly surprised how many people don't know 50 Shades has anything to do with Twilight.

Gozde said...

Lisa, you said it hon!! He is great as Edward, but he's OH so much more as funny, honest, adorkable Rob!!!

Gozde said...

You are probably right with that too :)

Gozde said...

This is the first I have seen one of them on the big screen and it was just fantastic - my goodness what did I miss all this time - but its nice to see the men in there too :-)

 
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