With Sundance still in full swing, MTV got a chance to catch up with actor Chris Cooper in Park City and ask him about what is sure to be one of the bigger movies of the year: “Remember Me.” Though the film isn’t at the film festival, Chris had a few things to share about working with Robert Pattinson.
He said having NYU’s campus nearby meant a lot of young female fans came to the set for a chance to see RPattz.
“He was doing scenes with a crowd of people 30 feet away from him and the paparazzi would not stop clicking the camera and there was a couple of hot, heated periods with the director [Allen Coulter] with that kind of intrusion,” Chris said. “I know at his age, no way I could have handled it.” Read more…
Orlando Bloom mentions Robert on his recent news article.
As for the blogosphere, Orlando says he keeps out of it because he read one a long time ago and “couldn’t believe how nasty it was.” Mr. Bloom reminisced about his start in Hollywood and how his popularity exploded after Lord of the Rings. How did he cope with it? “I kept myself busy with work but now, it’s crazy! Look at that guy Robert Pattinson. The poor guy can’t go anywhere now!”
During a live chat with Peter Facinelli last night he answered a few fan questions about Rob and Edward.
Hi Peter, Hope you are well! Q: If you could be any character other than your own in the saga, who would that be and why? Thank You for all the time you give to us fans on twitter! xx Peter Facinelli: Edward, for a bunch of reasons, if I were younger would be a great character to play. If I couldn’t play Edward I’m quite happy playing the dad. I don’t think the apple falls far from the tree.
Team Taylor or Team Robert? Peter Facinelli: haha – I gotta go Team Robert. he’s my family. I love Taylor, but Rob plays my son so I got to keep it in the family.
But as far as the real actors in the film — I think they’re both immensely talented and I support both of them.
Anna Kendrick talks about Robert Pattinson during her interview with WallStreet.
Wow, you’ve had some great luck with your male co-stars.
I’ve definitely had some eye candy. The entire “Twilight” set is eye candy, almost to the point that you feel bad about yourself.
I loved that you pitted Robert Pattinson and George Clooney against each other. How did Pattinson react after Clooney sent him that Esquire cover that said “Dear Rob: Thanks for all the inspiration. I’m a huge fan. Love, George (two-time Sexiest Man Alive)”?
I think Robert was just relieved that George thought it was funny. He was hesitant to do it because he was afraid that he’ll come off as a jerk. It was my idea to have Robert send George his GQ cover.
2010 is going to be a straight-up bonkers year for Emilie de Ravin. The stunning 28-year-old Australian returns in February to “Lost” for the show’s final season, tying together five years of twists, turns and WTF moments. Next month, she’ll appear in “Remember Me” as the love interest of a guy named Robert Pattinson, who we guess is kind of a big deal. And by big deal, we mean the Bella Swan-wooing, tween-mind-occupying Hollywood heartthrob of the moment. So, Miss de Ravin, no pressure, OK?
But as the actress made clear in an interview with MTV News, she’s taking it all in stride. For playing it so cool, and for the stellar year she’s about to have, we’re honoring de Ravin as one of our 10 to Watch in 2010 — the folks in the movie industry we expect big things from in the next 12 months. In a wide-ranging conversation, de Ravin gave us tantalizing hints about “Lost,” described dealing with the insane attention surrounding “Remember Me” and said she instantly connected with Pattinson when the pair first met.
MTV: You’re returning to a TV show everyone is obsessed with, you’re co-starring opposite one of the biggest actors on the planet — does 2010 feel like it’s going to be a really big year for you?
Emilie de Ravin: Yeah, I’m insanely excited. The show’s been fantastic, and I had season five off, so I had the opportunity to do some other projects, including “Remember Me.” Being surrounded by all these talented groups of people inspires you so much. And with the show ending, it’s bittersweet — sad, but fantastic they’re ending on a high note. You don’t want to be the last ones left at the party! Read more…
Robert Pattinson’s Bel Ami costar, Uma Thurman talks about Robert Pattinson.
LAC: What’s special about your upcoming film Bel Ami besides Robert Pattinson, who is so big right now, being your costar?
UT: He is a big star right now. I’m excited because the film is a classical, technical piece of work, and it’s beautiful. It’s a bit of bedroom drama. It’s a romance between Rob and a number of Parisian housewives.
LAC: And you’re one of the love interests?
UT: I end up marrying him, but there are some twists. My daughter is like, “Mom, why do you keep getting these roles where you’re getting younger men?” And I said, “Well at least I don’t do it in real life.
More big stars are booked to support “Hope for Haiti” concert. Following announcement that Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera, Bono, Alicia Keys and Sting are tapped to sing at the gig, it is now confirmed Taylor Swift will make a live performance as well. The country music singer will sing in London now that the concert will be aired in the country. On top of that, Robert Pattinson is also expected to take the hosting job at the forthcoming gig.
According to E! Online, the London-based concert will also have Shakira, Bruce Springsteen, Rihanna and Jay-Z as the musical guests. The L.A. gig which is hosted by George Clooney will see Dave Matthews, Stevie Wonder, John Legend, Sheryl Crow, Kid Rock and Keith Urban taking the mic. Meanwhile, the NYC show will have Wyclef Jean as the host and Jennifer Hudson as well as Mary J. Blige singing live.
HSX predicts how much money these movies will make at the box office.
Remember Me – H$37.73
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse – H$279.67
This is how it works: Because trading directly affects the prices of the securities — purchasing enough shares of a stock causes its price to rise, and selling causes its price to fall — and because the ultimate value of a movie stock is based on the film’s box office, stock prices act as box office predictions. For example, if a particular moviestock trades at “H$40.00?, the market is predicting that the movie will gross US$40 million at the box office in the first four weekends of wide release. In 2007, players in the Hollywood Stock Exchange correctly predicted 32 of the 39 major-category Oscar nominees and 7 out of 8 top-category winners. The Hollywood Stock Exchange is considered a good example of a prediction market.
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