Friday, December 31, 2010

HAPPY NEW YEAR from the RPattzScene Blog!

 

I want to wish everyone a Happy New Year! I hope this year brings lots of happiness
 and more Rob Goodness. ;) 

Thanks for another year of supporting the blog and Rob.

Have fun tonight everyone and stay safe. Dont forget to PARTY IT UP TONIGHT. 

Thanks- Angie R.

5 NEW Robert Pattinson Outtakes! Happy New Year!

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True Blood's James Frain talks about working with Rob in Water For Elephants



True Blood star James Frain has revealed he regrets not getting any "vampire tips" from Robert Pattinson on the set of Water For Elephants.
Robert is known for his role as vampire Edward Cullen in hit franchise Twilight, and fellow Brit James takes on the role of a vampire in the forthcoming third series of True Blood.
But James said he and Robert did not talk about vampires while on the set of their film, which also stars Reese Witherspoon.

He said: "My scenes were with Robert Pattinson but I'm sorry to say we didn't swap vampire stories. I wish we had.
"People can't believe there's going to be a scene in the movie with a Twilight vampire talking to a True Blood vampire and that we didn't spend our time chatting about that, but I'm afraid not. I wish I'd got vampire tips from him, I wish I'd gone 'Oi, Bob mate, any tips?'."

But James was full of praise for Robert, saying: "He's sweet, quite shy, just a really good guy."

Water For Elephants, which is based on a book about a travelling circus, is due out in April 2011.

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Frain plays Rosie's caretaker as per his IMDb page

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Possible New Release Date for Robert Pattinson's 'Bel Ami' in the US



from E! Online Latino, translated with Google Translate

The playboy of the Twilight series promises to continue making love to his fans around the world with his new film Bel Ami.

The film tells the story of Georges Duroy (played by Robert Pattinson), a soldier of the French army in Algeria who arrives in Paris without wanting to work in the slightest. Bel Ami (and will be dubbed by successive lovers) has not been blessed with the gift of intelligence or culture, but is physically attractive, so naturally captures the attention of all women will get ahead.

Besides Pattinson, acting Christina Ricci and Uma Thurman, and will be released on May 12th in the U.S.. via

tagging this as gossip until we get official word from the distributors.

Last time we got official info, the movie still didn't have a US distributor and according to Optimum Releasing (via Bel Ami Film) the UK release date is August 2011.
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Thursday, December 30, 2010

Robert Pattinson is E!Online's Celeb of the Year!

You all voted and the results are in:

This competition was not for the faint of heart. We started off with 99 of the year's biggest celebs and put the task of naming a champion in your hands. In the end, the final matchup was the most agonizing and also one of the closest: Who would walk away with the title? Would it be Robert Pattinson or would it be Kristen Stewart? The votes are in.

So who is your 2010 Celeb of the Year?


Robert Pattinson


The race was close right up to the end, but ultimately Pattinson's 6,430 votes (51.5 percent) won out over Stewart's 6,063 votes (48.5 percent). Could this be considered an upset?

While both actors shared in the success of this summer's third Twilight installment, Eclipse, which brought in more than $300 million at the box office, it seemed Stewart had the more noteworthy year, career-wise. Her two other films, The Runaways and Welcome to the Rileys, both earned the actress solid critical and audience acclaim, further establishing her as more than just Bella Swan. Pattinson's other film, Remember Me, on the other hand...Well, critics and audiences had other thoughts on that one.

But the people have spoken and here's to the winner and everyone else who fought for the top spot! (Keep it up, Betty White!) Better luck in 2011.



E!Online via RPLife

Detagged Robert Pattinson "Water For Elephants" Pics From People & EW Magazines


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New/Old Picture of Robert Pattinson from Jimmy Kimmel Live



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Robert Pattinson in USA TODAY's Heat Index for 2010


A review of the Heat Index, which measures media exposure, shows that the leading 2010 newsmakers in celebrity news magazines and on websites remain Hollywood A-listers, except for a few reality TV personalities.

Celebrity Heat Index

Top 10 stars for 2010

1. Angelina Jolie 5,007 The actress, U.N. goodwill ambassador and mom becomes a quadruple threat, adding director duties to her résumé.

2. Sandra Bullock3,670 What a roller-coaster ride for the actress, who begins the year high by winning awards only to face painful lows thanks to her now-ex husband's philandering/sex scandal. The finalization of the adoption of baby Louis is the highlight.

3. Brad Pitt 3,443 Between film productions, he had a busy year of eco-goodwill and daddy duty.

4. Kim Kardashian 3,343 Body, bikinis and boyfriends: That pretty much sums up her year in headlines.

5. Jennifer Aniston 3,237The actress' personal life continues to trump her professional.

6. Kourtney Kardashian 2,709 She and fiancé Scott Disick mark their son's first year with a lot of tabloid drama.

7. Robert Pattinson 2,064 He has spent 2010 working hard on film projects and dodging interest in his relationship with Twilight co-star Kristen Stewart.

8. Kendra Wilkinson 1,858 She makes the top 10, but it's a challenge to discern why. Is it the NFL husband, the Playboy cover or the baby?

9. Lindsay Lohan 1,828 The troubled star has spent the past year in trouble, in jail and in rehab.

10. Kristen Stewart 1,761 The actress has supposedly become engaged, wed and been impregnated by her Twilight co-star and rumored boyfriend Robert Pattinson. Have the tabloids confused facts with fiction?


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And he was voted Popsugar's best dramatic actor


Eclipse

Eclipse may have been outshined by Harry Potter, but you still gave plenty of love to its stars. Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart earned matching awards for best dramatic actor and best dramatic actress of 2010, respectively.

Bette Midler enchanted by Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart.

Thinks they look like Elvis


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HQ Scan: NEW WFE Picture from EW: Robert Pattinson and Rosie

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The whole page - LQ



HQ Scan: StewToTheWood | Thanks to KStewDevotee
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Robert Pattinson is Popsugar's Sexiest Man of The Year

And more end-of-year lists. From Popsugar


Sexiest Man: Robert Pattinson


The NEW 'Water For Elephants' trailer in HD and no subtitles!




Or watch in HD HERE

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500 HQ Screencaps from the new 'Water For Elephants' Trailer - Only the new scenes

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All Screencaps Via RPLife

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

New Robert Pattinson Outtakes from the 'TV Week' Photoshoot

These might be out to some.. but they are new to me, so I decided to post them either way. He Looks too hot!












Saturday, December 25, 2010

Merry Christmas from RpattzScene Blog!!!

Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas!

Robert Pattinson spotted at pub in London

Rob Spotted at a pub in London

ETA: Added new picture, no beanie this time



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on our way to the pub, fingers crossed rob pat will pop in.
casual bit of rob pat on xmas eve

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From flippystew

"RPatz @ “pub” in London
It’s from tonight, it’s London, about an hour ago (thats about 00.30 in London) N ( the one on the right) spoke to him for about 40 mins, shook his hand, got a ciggie from him (she doesn’t smoke) and he KISSED her cheek!- Carol Saxon"


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Thursday, December 23, 2010

Chaske Spencer Thinks Very Highly of Rob, Kristen and Taylor



"The experience I've had with the cast is everyone's down to earth. That's what I like. I've been on some films where people aren't very down to earth... I think very highly of [Kristen] and Taylor and Rob. They're handling it very well."


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Remember Me is one of the '10 Great Films You Missed in 2010'

From Moviehole



Remember Me


I know, I know, ‘but it’s got that guy with more gunk in his hair than Liz Hurley does in her nether regions’ but c’mon! many-a-good-actor have started out in the cinematic mailroom and graduated to an awe-impressive high-rise suite – just look at Robin ‘Mork’ Williams, Josh ‘Goonies’ Brolin, Tom ‘Bosom Buddies’ Hanks or Stephen ‘Evil Ed’ Geoffries! (Ok, bad example) – ain’t Robert Pattinson innocent until the gavel slams down!? This film, a heartrending relationship drama (it’s both about the rapport between a young couple and also one between a young man and his estranged father) that played to the tick of a 9/11 countdown, proved there’s much more to “Twilight” vamp Robert Pattinson than blank stares, sparkles and tree hopping. Quite simply, Pattinson was an eye-opener in this film. Skeptics need see it.


Full list at Moviehole | Thanks to _lilac_wine_

Water For Elephants has a new release date




BoxOfficeMojo | Via

If you go to waterforelephants.com - you'll be directed to the WFE iTunes trailer page - it still says "In theaters: April 15th, 2011". I guess they'll change that soon

'Remember Me' in Film.com 'Top Ten Movies of 2010' - "Remember Me was Massively Underrated"

ETA: Added article from LA Times - Overlook at the most underappreciated movies of the year. Remember Me is mentioned



Massively Underrated: Youth in Revolt / Remember Me

Youth in Revolt was an innovative comedy, but it was released during a time period where people skip the theatrical experience. And if Remember Me had featured Ryan Gosling instead of Robert Pattinson it would have been correctly hailed as great. But people got far too caught up in the ending and Pattinson's celebrity to catch that he was really freaking good in this movie. Definitely worth a watch if you you're a fan of relationship dramas


Full list at Film.com | Via


And from LA Times

Last week, we wondered which film was the most under-appreciated of 2010. Through tweets, e-mails and comments, many of you weighed in with your choices.

Some of the more popular picks didn't surprise -- they were big-release movies with a distinct sensibility that got dissed despite (or because) they felt unique -- "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" most notably among them, or even the Sept. 11 romantic tearjerker "Remember Me."


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Can Christoph Waltz and Reese Witherspoon help Robert Pattinson transcend Twilight?



Fangs or suspenders ... which shows off Robert Pattinson's sexy side more?

That's the question pre- and post-tween Twi-hards still swooning over Rpattz's Edward Cullen may be pondering when they glimpse set snapshots from his upcoming Great Depression-era epic Water for Elephants. Those who appreciate Pattinson for his more serious, less supernatural roles in Remember Me and Little Ashes are probably asking themselves the same question.

Whether or not you respect Pattinson's cinema presence doesn't really matter, though; there are plenty more reasons to get butterflies in your belly in anticipation of the April 2011 adaptation of Water for Elephants. Based on Sara Gruen's best-selling historical novel, it's a tale imbued with the sort of enchanted nostalgia that makes one feel like they've stepped inside a faded, sepia-tinged photograph or yellowed newspaper clipping scene and traveled back in time to tiptoe through the lives of the strangers in the pictures. Or as if they've perhaps snuck into the memories of a 93-year-old former circus veterinarian -- like the hero of Gruen's book, Jacob Jankowski.

Jacob narrates the beginning of his memoir from a nursing home as he surveys the installment of a traveling circus from his bedroom window. It stirs up memories of his youth as a 23-year-old carrying water for elephants and otherwise caring for a menagerie of circus animals during the 1930s. If that's not enough of a plot to entice you into Jankowski's circus, add to it the love triangle he forms with his married amour, the dazzling equestrian star Marlena (Reese Witherspoon), and her charismatic but brutal husband August (Christop Waltz replacing Sean Penn). (Rumor has it, in the movie August may end up being an amalgam of two of the novel's characters: August and tyrant circus owner Uncle Al.) Pile onto that paralyzed drunk pal Camel, who hides out in Jacob's train car; his ally Walter the dwarf; Rosie the marvelous and mistreated elephant; and the scandalous Coochie Girls. Set it all in the hard-knocks landscape of the Great Depression and you have the makings of a spectacularly thrilling, poignant, and romantic adventure. And not airbrushed rom-com romance, but rather love with gritty, witty, engrossing, true-to-life twists and turns that resonate like they've been lifted from the pages of your intrepid grandpa's diary.

Need more reason to add Water for Elephants to your spring movie schedule? Two words: Christoph Waltz. When the talent behind the nutty Oscar-winning Nazi from Inglourious Basterds slips on the shoes of a schizophrenic ringmaster, odds are good he'll give a show-stopping performance -- the kind that could earn him Academy Award number two. It will also be interesting to see if Pattinson holds his own with Witherspoon and if the two can make sparks fly. Water for Elephants is directed by I Am Legend's Francis Lawrence with P.S. I Love You screenwriter Richard Lagravenese penning the adapted script. So far, Water for Elephants seems like a cinema circus worth buying a ticket to see.

Film.com | Via

Robert Pattinson is one of EW's 30 Sexiest Stars of 2010



ROBERT PATTINSON (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse)

Yes, Edward's still dreamy enough to make a girl want to turn vampire to spend eternity with him, but honestly, we're never more drawn to Pattinson than when he's being himself, whether it's playfully arguing with Stewart on the Eclipse DVD commentary or going door-to-door in Chicago inviting Twihards to a taping of Oprah.


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