Archive for February 23, 2010

Video: "Remember Me" Ask Robert Pattinson #6-New York

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Posted February 23, 2010 by gittsy in Remember Me, Robert Pattinson

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New Moon DVD: Bella’s Box (3 disc) Special Edition

Here is a Scandinavian New Moon box set.

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Posted February 23, 2010 by justfp in New Moon

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Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner: Two Different Career Paths

No one in Hollywood is hotter right now than Twilight actors Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner. Producers are clamoring to put them in movies, and the two actors — Pattinson, 23 and Lautner, 18 — can pretty much make any kind of film they choose. So it’s interesting that their post-Twilight movie careers are shaping up to be so drastically different.

Lautner, 18, has just signed on for an action thriller called Abduction, about a man who discovers his own baby picture on a missing persons website. Lautner will also be playing a super-powered secret agent fighting terrorists in the film Max Steel, a martial arts fighter who has to save his kidnapped friends on vacation in Cancun, and the titular body-stretching superhero in Stretch Armstrong. Notice a pattern here? Lautner is definitely gunning to be the next big action hero, following a path similar to the one Will Smith took in the mid-90s.

Pattinson, on the other hand, is steering away from adrenaline-fueled hero roles and choosing small, intense character pieces. Next up is March’s Remember Me, in which the 23-year-old actor plays a tortured college student who finds romance after a family tragedy. Then, post-Eclipse, he’ll be making three period pieces: Bel Ami, about a lothario who sleeps his way to the top in 19th-century Paris (co-starring Uma Thurman); Unbound Captives, about a frontiersman whose children are kidnapped (also starring Hugh Jackman); and Circus, about a Depression-era circus (with Reese Witherspoon as the love interest). These choices are reminiscent of the films made by Johnny Depp earlier in his career.

So while Lautner’s new films will show off his abs, Pattinson’s movies will flex his acting muscles. Both are good strategies for staying in the spotlight — and while Lautner may emerge the richer man, we see Oscar buzz in Pattinson’s future.

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Robert Pattinson, Emilie de Raven, Pierce Brosnan and Alan Coulter in an Upcoming Moviefone Unscripted Interview

The fact that Robert Pattinson plays the lead in Allen Coulter’s ‘Remember Me’ shouldn’t imply that this romantic-drama is anything like the obsessed-about ‘Twilight’ franchise. On the contrary, with racier scenes (watch an exclusive clip of Pattinson’s shower scene with co-star Emilie de Ravin) and darker, adult themes, ‘Remember’ is a welcome distraction from vampire and werewolf love spats.

In the film, Pattinson is Tyler, a troubled young man whose rebellious response to a family suicide aggravates an already strained relationship with his father (Pierce Brosnan). He begins to change his outlook, however, when he meets and falls in love with Ally (Emilie de Ravin) — whose father (Chris Cooper) is, unbeknownst to her, somehow linked to Tyler. And as their affair intensifies, so does the weight of untold secrets until, eventually, it threatens to tear them apart.

On Saturday, Feb. 27, we will be interviewing the entire cast of ‘Remember Me,’ including Emilie de Ravin, Pierce Brosnan, Chris Cooper and, of course, Robert Pattinson. So if you’re wondering what it was like for Emilie to film with the media frenzy surrounding Robert, or if Brosnan ever experienced the same reaction from his lady fans, now’s your chance to ask them for yourself! Really, you can ask anything you want, just make sure to submit your question before Friday, Feb. 26 in the comments below and to include your name and location. Come back on Monday, March 8 to watch the video interviews and to see if your question made the cut!

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NBC Bay Area Reviews "Remember Me"

Pattinson, Brosnan Showdown Ends With Big Twist

The pairing of Robert Pattinson and Pierce Brosnan as father and son in “Remember Me” has had fans atwitter since the cast was announced, but it’s the film’s surprise ending that will keep the buzz alive.

Pattinson is sharp in this beautifully shot film, and one-time James Bond Brosnan is in top form. Their thick onscreen New York accents might slip a bit in the heat of their constant arguing, given Pattinson’s a Brit and Brosnan an Irishman. But Pattinson makes coming out on the wrong end of cop fights and cramped student living in New York look appealing, while the polished Brosnan looks perfectly at home in his big business surroundings.

But the big talking point when this movie hits screens next month will be the surprise twist of an ending. For the sake of maintaining the surprise, we’ll keep the details short on this massive twist. Suffice it to say it makes “The Book of Eli’s” blind-reveal look pretty tame in comparison. It’s a whopper.

Popcorn Biz will have a full review shortly before “Remember Me” opens on March 12.

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Black & White Remember Me Stills – UHQ

Here are UHQ black & white Remember Me stills.


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Black & White Pics of Robert Pattinson at the BAFTAs

Here are 2 black & white pics of Rob at the BAFTAs.


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Posted February 23, 2010 by justfp in B&W pics, Robert Pattinson

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