Friday, August 31, 2012

2 new pics of Rob from Comic Con 2012




Guy Pearce talks about the Rover and Rob


New Cover for the UK Cosmopolis Dvd and Blu Ray

You can pre-order it on Amazon UK: DVD and Blu Ray
or at HMV: DVD and Blu Ray


Matilda Sturridge mentions her son's "cool godparent" Rob

Matilda Sturridge, Tom Sturridge's sister, talked about her son in a new interview and mentioned his "cool godparents"

Talking about her son, Rudy:
“He has what I had and more. We’ve done that kind of Italian thing, where he’s grown up with all our families. I can go to work and there’s no sense of abandonment,” she says. “He’s so easy, so calm, I’ve never seen anyone so happy. I don’t know how he’s so calm with me and Charlie as parents!” Not only that: he has R-Patz as a godfather, by the way. “Yeah, Rudy’s very lucky. He’s got some cool godparents!”

Read her full interview at the source | Via


Sunday, August 26, 2012

More Rob Portraits from Comic Con



SNEAK PEEK: 3 scenes from Sam Claflin’s audition tapes for The Rover! Playing Rey, Robert Pattinson’s character

We already know the role of Rey was won by Robert Pattinson, a role he’s proud of, but we know little else about the film.
 We know it’s about “how much pain can the world take and how much disgust and cruelty before love dies” and sure we have the synopsis but that’s it. Now there’s a blip!
Sam Claflin, who just secured his role as Finnick in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, posted auditions tapes for The Rover. And he auditioned for the role of Rey!

UPDATE: Videos were removed from Sam's vimeo page so if you wanted the spoiler, we hope you caught it. The scenes played like an interrogation and a confrontation.

This is VERY cool. The Rover is a tight ship. Not much info about the film coming from that front. We know how Rob describes it:

"It's a kind of a western," Pattinson explained. "It's very existential. It's really interesting. I couldn't really explain to you what it's about but it's sort of about how much pain can the world take and how much disgust and cruelty before love dies. I think that's kind of what it's about."
And we know he's proud of winning the role of Rey.

Would be perfect if we had Robs audition tapes ;-)

Rob talks aboutCosmopolis,Edward his fans & the media's attention with the Chicago Suntimes


It has been a summer of discontent for Robert Pattinson. Since his longtime girlfriend and “Twilight” co-star Kristen Stewart was photographed in intimate poses with another man a few weeks ago, the heat on his life has been daunting.

How does he deal with it?”

“It drives you nuts,” he says of all the hoopla. “It’s just nuts.

“I don’t know how I cope with it. I really don’t know,” he says in a good-natured voice.

“At times, I find the whole thing pretty funny. It is pretty funny. My life is kind of ridiculous to me. It’s so absurd at time.”

Last week he fended off countless questions about the scandal while making the media rounds to promote “Cosmopolis,” his new film with director David Cronenberg (“A History of Violence,” “Eastern Promises”).

Through it all, he felt the love of his fans. The Twi-hards definitely have been Team Robert.

“I don’t credit that to myself,” Pattinson says. “It’s just that there is something elemental about the ‘Twilight’ books and the movies. The core story has connected to people.

“The fan love from that is kind of amazing. I guess it’s so much better than everyone hating you.”

By now he should have developed an attitude — if only he knew how.

“I want to change. I can’t make myself change. I can’t develop an attitude,” Pattinson says with a goofy giggle that is his trademark.

Adds Cronenberg, “I’ve seen him even try to change and it’s pathetic.”

In “Cosmopolis,” based on the novel by Don DeLillo, Pattinson plays a 28-year-old financial whiz kid and billionaire asset manager whose world is exploding. He gets into his stretch limo to get a haircut from his father’s old barber while wagering his company’s massive fortune on a bet against the Chinese Yuan. His trip across the city becomes a journey as he runs into city riots, various visitors and intimate encounters.

Filming in a limo for so long wasn’t claustrophobic.

“I actually kind of enjoyed it,” he says. “In the beginning, I wanted to stay in the car for the entire day. But it was so unbearably hot. I couldn’t really do this method.

“The car made me really concentrate.”

The London-born actor does an American accent in the movie. “I don’t even know what accent I was doing half of the time,” he admits. “I always found that the dialect was written in the lines.”

This fall, he plays vampire Edward Cullen in “Breaking Dawn — Part 2,” meant to be the final installment of the “Twilight” franchise.

Fans of the series are about to enter the depression zone, and Pattinson offers some words of hope.

“I’m sure they’ll have a ‘Twilight’ TV series spinoff soon. They’ll do it again,” Pattinson says.

Would he ever play Edward Cullen again?

“Who knows?” he says. “The only thing that creates a little bit of a problem is that I’m supposed to be 17 forever.

“I’m not sure I can be 17 forever,”
he says with another giggle.

He is excited to see what the future holds for him in Hollywood and elsewhere.

“Life is all about luck,” he says. “Getting to this point was lucky. I just hope that my luck holds out.”

Ask him what he knows about life at this point that he didn’t know when he was younger, and he giggles again.

“I basically have learned that I know absolutely nothing,” he says. “I thought I knew it all. Again, I knew absolutely nothing.”



Cosmopolis HD Opening and Ending credits

Opening credits

Ending credits


New HQ still of Rob on Jimmy Kimmel Live