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Old HQ pictures of Robert Pattinson from Bel Ami set

Old HQ pictures of Robert Pattinson from Bel Ami set

Sexy as all get out and looking how I feel regarding the release of this movie. Except I'm not as good looking when I'm vexed.


This main picture circulated as new a couple days ago but it's not. We're all so Bel Ami deprived that people are starting to think old pictures are new. The release of this movie is pure torture. *sigh* So while we wait, we'll enjoy these old pictures now untagged and in HQ from the Bel Ami set, March 29, 2010. Over a year ago... *tear* RELEASE BEL AMI!!!!!!!

Click the thumbnails for HQ DuRob!

We posted these pictures before HERE and there was a wallpaper from the main photo in this set HERE. You can also click HERE to see a few more HQ pics from that day.

Untagged HQs: Source
Via: Robstenation

ET Interview with Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart

I love the take all three of them have on fame... but Rob, you better get used to people doing stuff for you - just take it as a perk or send them over here, I have lots of laundry to finish :-)

Chills, thrills, and of course, romance! 'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse' promises excitement galore, and ET is with Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner as they dish about their views on marriage and sharing onscreen smooches.

In the film, Bella (Stewart) continues her quest to evade vampire Victoria (played in 'Eclipse' by Bryce Dallas Howard), who is bent on vengeance after Edward (Pattinson) killed her main squeeze James in the first 'Twilight.' Bella is also confronted with a choice -- does she want to spend eternity with vampire Edward, or will she choose a human life with werewolf Jacob (Lautner)?

In the beginning of 'Eclipse,' Edward has just proposed to Bella and is waiting on her answer. Stewart comments on her personal feelings toward marriage, telling ET, "It's kind of sad that people cringe at the word marriage but it's totally common. It is just our generation. ... Maybe if you're in the right place, it could be the right thing for you."

Stewart has a few kissing scenes in the sequel with both Pattinson and Lautner. "Whenever there's a kiss, there's always an awkwardness in the scene," Pattinson says of the smooches. "I guess it's not so nerve racking anymore."

The actress adds, "Kisses in movies tend to be a little awkward because you have to show the camera that you're kissing and typically if you just do it naturally, it's the back of your head."

Lautner also had some awkward moments on set, telling ET, "It is uncomfortable sometimes mainly because I'm the only person on the entire set without a shirt."

'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse' hits theaters on June 30.


Full Transcript of Robert Pattinson's Interview at the Eclipse Press Junket


We posted the video yesterday HERE - now here's the full transcript.

Q: What drives you to succeed?

Robert: Probably fear of failure and an inadequacy complex.

Q: This role is considered a romantic hero, but Edward is also very possessive. How do you think Edward has changed, throughout the films?

Robert: In the first two movies, he feels desolation from reality, so when he finds one thing to hold onto, that’s where the possessiveness comes from. I think, as the series goes on, he accepts more of the contemporary world. All the things that were deemed to be flawed before start fading away, and that’s how I’m trying to play him. He’s coming out of his shell a little bit in Eclipse, so hopefully, by the end of Breaking Dawn, he’ll be a normal 17-year-old guy, who’s just a little bit pale.

Q: What’s the one part of your costume that always transforms you into character?

Robert: Probably the contact lenses. They make me miserable, as soon as I put them in. That’s what creates the pouting and brooding character.

Q: Did you have to learn anything new for Eclipse?

Robert: I guess I had to learn how to run properly. In the last two, I ran in a limp slash-skip, and I had to look like I could run more solidly this time. So, I spent a lot of time on a giant treadmill, like one of those wheels mice run around on, and got filmed doing it to improve my form.

Q: Have you ever gotten in a fight with someone for the love of a woman?

Robert: Yeah, probably. But, I don’t know if it was about love. It was more pride.

Q: Have you ever competed for a woman with another guy, the way Edward does with Jacob?

Robert: Compete? No, I haven’t. I’m not good at doing it. I just leave it alone. And also, if you are the one with the girl in the first place, maybe you’re forced into fighting a little bit. But, I would never be in Jacob’s position. Then, you’re just the guy that broke up the couple.

Q: What was it like to work more closely with Taylor Lautner this time around?

Robert: Yeah, it was good because I never do anything with anyone, but Kristen, except for brief things. But, it’s about letting Edward have petty emotions, like being jealous of Jacob and not being able to control himself around him because he gets under his skin so much. It became much easier to play much bigger scopes of emotion, once you let someone else get through your armor. So, doing that with Taylor was great. He’s really good, too.

Q: Was there a scene in particular that you most enjoyed?

Robert: Some scenes, it was just quite cool to have him there. I like the scenes where Bella has to reveal something about herself in front of Jacob and me, at the same time. It’s an extra thing to relate to. Most of the time, it’s just with Bella and she’s trying to convey something to Edward, and Edward is being totally sympathetic to her seeing another guy and seeing it’s not just about their relationship, it’s about some other person. It made it a little more interesting.

Q: How was it to film the tent scene? Was it difficult not to crack up?

Robert: The first time we did that tent scene, I was really freaking out. I don’t know why. I think it had to do with claustrophobia because we were actually shooting in a tent. I just couldn’t get it together. I kept forgetting my lines, and I was so nervous. I just wanted to punch anyone who was near me. We did about three takes, and Kristen was supposed to be asleep on the floor, and she saw that I was freaking out. Half-way through the take, she suddenly opened her eyes and was just staring at me and kept trying to make me laugh, through the entire take. It’s the most serious scene in the whole movie. I just wanted to strangle her for the first two seconds, but then I could not stop laughing, the entire time. We got literally one take where it went right, and it was because of that. When I was trying to hold back, I guess it made me more alive or something.

Q: Do you believe in having a soul, like Edward does?

Robert: Yeah, definitely. I can’t remember who said it, but a soul and a heaven must exist because good people aren’t rewarded enough on Earth. I always liked that idea, if that makes sense.

Q: Since you’ve had a new director with each film, do you have to explain to each director about the character?

Robert: It’s interesting. With the first Twilight film, everyone had very specific ideas and everyone was butting heads the entire time. Then, when Chris Weitz came in for New Moon, he basically came in with the opinion that he liked the first one and he liked what the actors were doing, so he just followed along that road. Then, when David Slade came, he was like, “I want to do everything completely different and not like the first two.” So, we talked about the character development and consistency from the two, and he was like, “It doesn’t matter, let’s just do something completely different,” which is good because then it’s challenging. It’s easy to get stagnate, if you play the same character. In New Moon, I felt like I was going a little bit deeper. And then, with Eclipse, I felt like I was doing a completely different movie and a completely different character. So, yeah, it was nice and challenging.

Q: What was David’s biggest change?

Robert: I guess he was really fighting to make it not so solemn. In my eyes, Edward has been so calculated and everything is not rash, and David wanted to speed up the whole thing and make him more vulnerable.

Q: Jacob has that great line in the film about being hotter than Edward. How was it to film that scene? Were you upset Edward didn’t get a comeback to that? Would you like to address that issue right now?

Robert: There’s nothing you can say. “Yeah, you are!” “At least I’m not hotter than you!” I don’t know. Yeah, it was quite fun. There are quite a few lines in there. Jacob has quite a few catch phrase type of lines, with me especially. For some reason, I find it quite funny when I’m doing stuff with Taylor. There are a couple confrontational scenes, where I push him around a little bit, and I thought I’d really scare him and grab him, and it would freak him out and turn the whole scene upside down. Then, I grabbed his shoulder and it was too big to actually get a grip on, so I just dropped my hand. It was embarrassing. I got him badly, thought. He kept having to dress up in a little grey spandex wolf suit and try to be intimidating with Kristen patting him on the head. That was quite fun.

Q: Edward and Victoria have a really cool fight scene in this film. How much training did you and Bryce Dallas Howard have to go through, and what was it like having to fight a girl

Robert: Weirdly, one of the producers told me, “Wow you look so enthusiastic in that fight scene! Much more so than any other one in the series.” I did a bit of practice with Bryce. It’s really hard to do stuff with her because she’s the gentlest person and she’s always laughing when you do anything. And then, she’d be afraid of hurting me. Most of the vicious stuff I did was with a stunt double who was really, really tough. But, the bits with Bryce, we’re just rolling around and grabbing onto each other. It was fun.

Q: Are you afraid that everything else you do will be compared to Edward Cullen?

Robert: 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 don’t know. I hope not. Maybe it’ll be a good thing. I have no idea.

Q: Both you and Kristen are very serious actors. How do you guys prepare for your scenes together? Do you get together and go over them, or do you prefer to just get on set and see what happens?

Robert: For some reason, I can’t understand anything and I think I’m going really into the depth of the character, when it just seems so obvious to Kristen. Her mind works completely differently. She can just feel things immediately, and I like to be more cerebral about things, in completely the opposite way of Kristen. I don’t feel confident unless I know more about the reasons why I’m doing things. I don’t really do that for other parts. That’s what I do for Edward. But, since the first one, I always like to go in-depth about things.

Q: Do you understand the fantasy about you and Kristen being together, in real life?

Robert: Do I understand the fantasy of it? No, not really. Well, I guess people like stories. My basic conclusion is that they just want everything to be about Twilight.

Q: Do you ever check any of the fansites?

Robert: It’s incredible the information they get so quickly. Sometimes, I’ll check them to see what my schedule is, especially on the weekend when I can’t get through to my agency. It’s strange being in Twilight because so much of the fan base is being on the Internet and having a community with each other. You see people turn up on sets of other movies I’ve done, to take a picture. It’s strange.

Q: What would you say to someone who is wondering whether or not they should go see this movie?

Robert: I don’t know what to say to people. It’s become so big. It’s become part of the cultural environment. For the first and second one, I knew exactly what to say to people. If you don’t know what the story is by now, then you’ve probably never been to the cinema before. How about, “Why not go to the cinema for once?” I don’t know. If you’re a fan of it, there’s a lot of things that plays into what the fans of the series want. If you’ve never seen them before, a lot of people who have seen it tell me that it’s the most accessible of the three. It’s a solid story, by itself, and it’s more of a sort of action film. When I was watching Twilight the other day, I realized that you do need to read the book to get it.

Q: You were on the first soundtrack. Would you contribute again to the soundtracks for any more of the movies?

Robert: I’ve done a couple of things. I’ve always just been playing around. It was nice to be involved in the first one. I just saw Twilight on TV, for the first time, a few days ago, and, when my song came on, I was just thinking that is so bazaar that I actually had a song in the movie. I’m amazed Catherine [Hardwicke] did it. It really shows how none of us thought it was going to be so massive. I never thought people would buy the soundtrack. So, it’s a little more nerve-wracking now. I don’t know. Maybe.

Q: What do you think Edward’s evolution is in Breaking Dawn?

Robert: I haven’t read it yet. I’m starting it a month after the job I’m doing now, and I haven’t read it yet. I didn’t intend to not read it until now. It’s quite exciting. I have no idea. I just heard brief rumors about what happens in the story, but I don’t really know what happens at all.

Q: How are you going to go about getting your long hair back for Breaking Dawn?

Robert: I’m thinking maybe Edward got a haircut. That might be easier. But, yeah, I didn’t even think about that, when I got it cut. That is a bit silly. Vampires can cut their hair. I like the idea of Edward having a shaved head in the last film. That’s pretty cool.

Q: How long have you known Breaking Dawn was going to be two films?

Robert: I found out about Breaking Dawn when the press release came out.

Q: Have you met with Bill Condon yet?

Robert: I met him briefly, a few weeks ago, kind of by accident, just before the MTV Awards, in a bar. He seemed great. He seemed like a really, really nice guy. I haven’t talked to him, in detail, about anything. But, Gods and Monsters is an amazing movie. I think it’s going to be good. I don’t even know where they’re going to shoot it yet, or anything.

Q: Can you talk about your upcoming projects and who you play in those films?

Robert: Bel Ami is about a character, Georges Duroy, who is a broke ex-soldier in Paris, in 1890. Basically, he has no drive. He is just jealous of everything. I quite liked the story. Kids nowadays feel entitled. People want to go into a job, but don’t want entry level. They want $100,000 a year, out of the gate. That’s exactly what this guy is like. He’s completely talentless. The only thing he does is that, 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 him some money and invites him around. It ends up being like he invited the devil into his house. He seduces his wife, he seduces his wife’s friends and, every single influential woman he can get, he has an affair with. He ends up screwing over society and making millions and millions of francs. It was a really fun, completely amoral, evil character. It’s a story about how the shits can completely win sometimes, by doing absolutely nothing.

Water for Elephants is a story about a guy in 1931 whose parents both died in a car crash. When he’s at university studying science, he jumps on a train out of desperation to find something else, and ends up being on this circus train and falling in love with the star attraction, who also is the wife of the ringmaster. All this chaos ensues after that.

Unbound Captives is a romantic drama/western, and my character is the son of Rachel Weisz. He gets kidnapped by Comanche’s when he’s four, and is raised by them. My mother spent 15 years trying to find me, and I come back and can’t speak English anymore, and I can’t recognize her and she can’t recognize me. I come back and look like a Comanche, and I have massive ADD as well. It’s about learning how to live in a new environment again.


Portraits of Robert Pattinson at the Eclipse Press Junket

Seriously - mustard is a good colour on him. What am I saying, anything is a good colour on him!














Everglow - thanks to Mel for the tip.

Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner at the Twilight Eclipse Convention in LA tonight

I'll update this post with photo's, tweets and info as the panel begins - set to start in a few minutes.

It's a packed house - should be fun...


@letmesigndotcom - It looks like almost a full house. The energy level is amazing in here. #TwiTour

@RobPattzNews - This is torture.. They just told us there's a delay "don't leave" like anyone is moving an inch #TwiTourLA

@IceAngel34 - Rob Kristen and Taylor are not on stage!

@IceAngel34 - People starting we want Rob chant

@TwilightLexicon - The camera guy is leading the crowd @twi_tour in the wave.

@tinkrbe1l3 - We're doing the wave. I can't move. How r ppl moving?

@TwiExaminer: #twitour Rob, Kristen, and Taylor aren't here, will be arriving in 20 minutes.

@letmesigndotcom - Rob, Taylor, and Kristen are here! Let the show begin! #TwiTour

@TwiExaminer - #twitour Rob, Kristen, and Taylor are here!


@letmesigndotcom - Rob taylor and kristen!


@twilighterz: Rob jokes, "So you're all big Harry Potter fans?

@twilighterz Funniest moment on Eclipse set? Rob says Tay was wearing little gray spandex and made him feel much better about himself

@letmesigndotcom - Rob "taylor fequently out man's me"

@infektion Some girls just chanted I need you rob he looked horrified

@wilighterz - Rob says he feels like he's gone insane. Says he loves that Edward is humble

@LittleLauren - Rob is heckling the crowd for interrupting his answers. Cast is slightly getting frustrated.

@TwilightLexicon - Rob says he's been awake too long and is in a very strange mood and can't answer questions well.

@infektion Rob said he's in a weird mood and just did a strange accent. Said he's been up all night


@twilighterz - Rob and Taylor are bantering back and forth a lot. Very funny. They seem a lot more comfortable together than they used to be

@letmesigndotcom - Rob says Taylor has "hot" nipples.....

@LittleLauren: Rob in a dark blue blazer, tan button down and black pants.

@letter2twilight - Better close up of them. Look at those outfits! Fierce


Access Hollywood Interview with Robert Pattinson

New Access Hollywood interview with Robert Pattinson from today's Twilight Saga - Eclipse press junket.

Access Hollywood - Thanks to Laura for the e-mail tip










More from this interview....

LOS ANGELES, Calif. --

Robert Pattinson has cut his famous hair for his latest film, “Water For Elephants” – and the star says he likes the shorter ‘do so much, he may keep it for “Breaking Dawn.”

“I’m thinking Edward might have a little bit of a haircut in ‘Breaking Dawn,’” he laughed with Access Hollywood’s Shaun Robinson at “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” junket in LA on Saturday. “I feel so much better. You feel much more agile.”

New hair or not, he may have the chance to show off that agility in the two-part finale to the series, “Breaking Dawn,” in which Edward and Bella (Kristen Stewart) finally marry and consummate their relationship.

“I am looking forward to the pillow-biting scene. I thought that was so funny,” Rob said of the “Breaking Dawn” novel’s Bella/Edward heat of passion moment. “I’m just like, I have all the random things to do. Really? He bites the pillow.”

While Rob and Kristen can look forward to getting physical in “Breaking Dawn,” in “Eclipse” – due June 30 – it’s Taylor Lautner who has a nude scene, but not a fun one.

“He was outside and it was freezing and it was raining as well,” Rob said, explaining that he teased his on-screen romantic rival. “And he sat there like, trembling on the floor. I had my one line and I just kind of keep saying, ‘Oh, I’m sorry, I forgot what it was again, what was it?’”

Although Robert’s serious on screen, the British star’s quite the funnyman off camera – but, he said, it’d be “too nerve-wracking” to try his comedy as a potential “Saturday Night Live” host.

“I think that’s such a risk,” he said. “I went on [‘The Daily Show’] and I was thinking like, ‘Oh, I’ll try to be like, funny and stuff.’ I just realized it’s impossible to be a comedian. You gotta be a genius to able to think of that stuff.”


Videos Of Robert Pattinson At "Eclipse" Press Conference

Videos Of Robert Pattinson At "Eclipse" Press Conference

The sound is not the best on these so if you're having trouble hearing go to this link to a clearer version of the audio only.
Click HERE to listen

Thanks to Angie for the tip ;-)

Pics Of Robert Pattinson At Eclipse Press Conference & Everything He Said

Pics Of Robert Pattinson At Eclipse Press Conference & Everything He Said




Source Source Source

And here's everything that was said thanks to Hitfix Live Blog

11:33 a.m. PT Well, we've covered Mr. Taylor Lauter. We've covered Ms. Kristen Stewart. Up next? Well, that would be Mr. Robert Pattinson. Y'all probably would want some live-blogging about him, right?

11:38 a.m. No? Nobody wants Robert Pattinson? Oh well.

11:38 a.m. I'm KIDDING! Rob live-blogging after the break...

11:39 a.m. Or after he shows up. We have a little break here...

11:46 a.m. Still waiting on Mr. Pattinson. Be patient, readers. As soon as he arrives, my fingers will be flying. To keep you entertained, a little tidbit: Kristen Stewart bites her lip less in this movie. I wonder if it was a directing choice or if she's suddenly become really self-conscious. OK. Back to waiting.

11:53 a.m. Enter Robert Pattinson. This is easily the best coifed I've ever seen him at one of these events.

11:54 a.m. "I had to learn how to run properly," Rob says of new skills garnered for this movie. "I spent a lot of time on a giant treadmill, like one of those wheels mice run around in."

11:54 a.m. "I guess probably fear of failure and inadequacy complex," Rob says in response to the "What drives you?" question. And regarding what he actually drives, he says "rental cars."

Celebrity Mundane: Robert Pattinson Whistling in Los Angeles

Robert Pattinson was in Beverly Hills for a business meeting yesterday (June 11th 2010) and here are the blurry pictures.

Whistling? Pucker up for me Rob!

Can't wait for the possible storm of new pix from the convention and press junket this weekend. We'll keep you updated as usual...

Picture Source: Celebrity-Gossip.Net

Reese Witherspoon Gives Daughter a Meet-and-Greet with Robert Pattinson


There are some major perks of having famous parents – just ask Ava Phillippe.

The 10-year-old, whose parents are Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillippe, got what countless Twi-Hards can only hope for: A chance to meet Robert Pattinson.

Witherspoon, 34, who's working with the Twilight heartthrob on Water for Elephants, introduced her daughter to Pattinson, 24, Thursday on the movie's Piru, Calif., set.

"Ava seemed especially excited to meet him," an onlooker tells PEOPLE, who also notes that younger brother Deacon, 6, chatted with the British actor.

"The filming with Rob is going really well," adds an on-set source "and Reese was excited for the kids to meet him."

But Witherspoon isn't the only cool mom in Hollywood. Teri Hatcher recently helped her daughter meet another star who causes commotion wherever he goes – Justin Bieber.


Robert Pattinson and a little gold statue?

Christoph Waltz has been saying some lovely things about Rob... I think I'd burst with pride if it was to come true. Plus you get the bonus of Rob in a tux and that doesn't hurt!


Robert Pattinson, An Oscar Nod in His Future? His Castmates Seem to Think So...

Robert Pattinson is taking a break from his role as Edward Cullen and Twilight; this summer the hunky vampire is filming Water For Elephants, a film based on my avbsolute favorite book...yet, by Sara Gruen. Robert Pattinson is taking his role in this film very seriously; I would too if the world only knew me as a love-struck vampire.

In the film Pattinson plays a veterinarian during the Depression who hooks up with a traveling circus. Also starring in the film are Reese Witherspoon, playing Robert Pattinson's love interest, Marlena, and Christoph Waltz who plays the circus manager, August.

Christoph Waltz was the one who, when asked where he keeps his Oscar (Best Supporting Actor 2010, Inglorious Bastards), said "in [his] house. But the way things are looking [he] might have to hand it off the Rob next year." Interesting...I can only imagine that Waltz would only say this if he truly believed the Twilight hottie was good enough.

I am looking forward to Water for Elephants, not only to see Robert Pattinson play a non-wizard or vampire role, but because the storyline is so good. Reese Witherspoon was an excellent but obvious casting choice; Robert being chosen for this role came at somewhat of a surprise to be...I hope it will be pleasant.

Are you excited to see Robert Pattinson play a "normal" character? Do you think he has what it takes to secure an Oscar nod?

Source - Thanks to Tess for the tip

Remembering Robert Pattinson's "Remember Me" With Some New/Old Pics

Remembering Robert Pattinson's "Remember Me" With Some New/Old Pics

I thought I'd do a "Remember Me" picspam seeing as the DVD will be coming out soon. I had a root around and found these pics that are new to me. There were so many pics from the "Remember Me" Set last year that I'm a bit confused but like I said they're new to me. I love the faces Rob is pulling in some of them.
I hope you enjoy them.

Alll the pics are HQ and are resized to fit the screen.

Are you really trying to tell me that's what LOST was all about?


Rob please stop trying to make me go red with your love notes.


Na Na I look better in Ray Bans than you do!



Really you can stand under my umbrella, ella, ella.


Photo Credit: Bauer Griffin

More After The Cut!

Jimmy Kimmel To Do A Special Q&A With The Twilight Cast Including Robert Pattinson

Jimmy Kimmel To Do A Special Q&A With The Twilight Cast Including Robert Pattinson


Here's what you need to know:
From RobertPattinsonNews-UK

Jimmy Kimmel will have a special Q&A with the Twilight cast including Rob following the taping of the show, Monday June 14.

A friend just got this email straight from The Jimmy Kimmel show!

"Thank you for your ticket request to the Jimmy Kimmel Live Twilight Special. Unfortunately, we were NOT able to accommodate your ticket request because we reached our ticket capacity.
However, we some some good news! We are going to do special Q&A with Jimmy and the twilight cast members on our outdoor stage. We will invite 750 people to attend this special element of the show. You will not be in the studio for the Jimmy Kimmel Live show but you will be able to watch the show on a large plasma in front of the outdoor stage. At the end of the show, Jimmy and the cast members will come out to the outdoor stage and finish the show with the Q&A."

To make it fair for everyone, we will put the event up at 10pm tonight (6/10/10).

Gah Why don't I live in the US?:-( Good luck to you all don't forget to let us know if you manage to get tickets!

Robert Pattinson In Famous Magazine (Scans)

Robert Pattinson In Famous Magazine (Scans)

We posted the interview and the cover a while ago here
Now here are all the scans.


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