ROBERT Pattinson’s raunchy drama Bel Ami will have its World Premiere in Berlin on Friday, February 17. Here’s your chance to be there.
We’re sending one lucky reader and their guest to the German capital for the star-studded event where they’ll walk the red carpet with the film’s stars.
The winners must be available to fly to Berlin next Friday.
The film comes out in the UK on March 9, and stars R-Patz as a struggling outsider who rises to the top of Parisian high society by bedding with a string of wealthy women.
Among the influential movers and shakers he manipulates are Uma Thurman, Christina Ricci and Kristin Scott Thomas.
The film is based on Guy de Maupassant’s classic novel of the same name.
As well as seeing the stars and attending the premiere, this amazing prize package includes return UK flights for two to Berlin and two Berlin WelcomeCards to give you free reign of the city’s transport system.
You’ll spend three nights at the historical Ellington Hotel, a relaxed, elegant, four star design hotel in the heart of the city.
To be in with a chance of winning, just answer one simple question. Competition closes at 10am on Tuesday, February 14. Click here to take part in the contest.
Source: The Sun
Click here for the live stream event of “Bel Ami” photocall, press conference and red carpet. The premiere will be at 6:45pm Berlin time. Thanks to pattinsonlife for the info!
Friday, February 17
Bel Ami by Declan Donnellan
13.55 Press Conference
Joseph is the latest addition to the series playing Klaus and spoke exclusively to omg! about how a franchise such as Twilight would affect the success of its male lead:
“Provided he didn’t mess it all up, Robert was guaranteed a fan base thanks to Twilight,” Joseph told us.
“His character is iconic and there’s a huge following of the books but there’s a tremendous amount of pressure that comes with that.”
The gravitas of playing a heartthrob is something the 30-year-old actor can relate to as he explained how much passion fans have for the parts he and RPattz play.
“People have their own very distinctive ideas of how a character should be portrayed especially when you’re playing a vampire.” Read more…
A lucky fan fortunate enough to get to meet Robert & Kristen in a restaurant. The duo were seen out for dinner. I’ve added a photo of Robert taken with the fan to the gallery.
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Why am I having dinner w/ Kristen Stewart right now ?! Lol
Rob finally came, even though we look crazy..still love him(: lol
Dinner was great! haven’t seen Rob & Kristen in so long..I missed them<3 now omw home 2 pack..flight in the a.m
The wait is almost over! In just over a week, “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1″ can be yours to own on Blu-ray and DVD, meaning you can hit repeat on all those awkward wedding toasts over and over again. (Or, y’know, one of the steamy sex scenes. If that’s your thing.) In anticipation of the February 11 release, we’ve nabbed an EXCLUSIVE DVD extra in which “Twilight” scribe (and “Breaking Dawn” producer) Stephenie Meyer recalls filming the climactic birth scene. Watch the behind-the-scenes clip of Edward (Robert Pattinson) trying to revive Bella (Kristen Stewart) as Stephenie explains:
“He was really able to touch the human emotions of that scene. Rob really nailed it,” Stephenie recalled. ”It was really powerful. I teared up, several people near me did. It was just a lump in your throat—that moment of thinking you’ve lost everything and not being able to accept it. It was really emotional.”
Yet, as fraught as that life-or-death moment was, we can’t help but smile at the quick shot of director Bill Condon fist-pumping when Rob nailed it. Very sweet.
When she ht the big time, Reese was about the same age as her Water For Elephantsco-star, Robert Pattinson, is now. “I wasn’t used to people recognising me on the street so I guess I can relate a little bit to what goes on with Rob. I’ve has a pretty trippy life,” she laughs.
As she and R-Pattz publicisied their film last year, she admits that even she was “taken aback” by his humility and charm, in the face of hundreds of waiting Twi-hards. ‘At the London premiere, people slept out in sleeping bags and they were crying and sobbing, but he takes the time to say hello to everybody and sign autographs.” Rob surprised the film’s cast and crew, too. “I think everybdy was looking at him [expecting] to see, ‘Ugh, this guy’s some spoiled-rotten brat…’ and he wasn’t. He was incredibly gracious, smart and actually shy and introverted. He’s a very grateful person.”