When asked if she had any fighting talk for Jennifer and Josh, Kristen told MTV.co.uk: “I don’t know. For the last few years it was ‘The Twilight Show’ and it was bizarre and this year’s gonna be fun. It’s gonna be like ‘Oh good, something different! Please God, something different’.
“I would love to see them go up there and I would love to see how someone else dealt with it to be honest. It’s like ‘are you gonna do it?’, ‘are you gonna give it to them’.” “If we didn’t win, I would actually be stoked to see like how it all goes down and how they handle it.”
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E!OnLine Marc Malkin Move over, Robert Pattinson—Charlize Theron is taking your place!
No, Kristen Stewart is not replacing her real-life Twilight boyfriend with her Snow White and the Huntsman costar, but…
“I want to stand on my tippy toes when I’m around her,” Stewart told me the other day when she and SWATH costar Sam Claflin appeared at the MTV Sneak Peek of their new fairy-tale action flick. “She’s mad intimidating. Most people would make you feel really bad about yourself when you’re intimidated by them, but I feel so great around.”
Claflin gushed, “She makes you step up your game.”
Theron is also, well, super cool. “She’s awesome,” Stewart said. “And she’s hilarious—she’s so fast and quick.”
Even with all this lovin’, Stewart and Claflin aren’t going to be babysitting for the new mom anytime soon.
“I don’t think she should trust either of us,” Stewart said.
Claflin cracked, “I don’t think she’d trust us with the kid or even her dogs.”
When MTV News caught up with "Twilight" producer Wyck Godfrey recently to discuss Pattinson and Kristen Stewart's chances of another Best Kiss win at the 2012 MTV Movie Awards on Sunday (June 3), he revealed that he and Pattinson might be cooking up some post-"Breaking Dawn - Part 2" work plans, in the form of a big-screen adaptation of a crime thriller.
"There's a book called "The Professionals," which is a new crime thriller that Rob has read and really likes," Godfrey said of Owen Laukkanen's well-received debut novel. "We're just starting to look at a writer [to adapt it]. It's kind of a 'Bonnie and Clyde' for today, and he would be fantastic in the role. It's in the early days; we'll see."
A modern-day version of "Bonnie and Clyde" sounds gritty and violent no matter which way you look at it. We asked Godfrey if he sees this potential big-screen crime thriller as a PG-13- or R-rated film for Pattinson.
"Possibly R," he said. "[Rob's] an adult now."
HP.com It’s not just a big movie for you, it’s a big movie for Kristen Stewart. In a, “I’m not just Bella Swan,” kind of way.
Rupert Sanders: To me, casting is all about finding a character within the actor off the screen as much as on the screen. I think Kristen is incredibly brave.
People forget that she was in movies like “Panic Room.
Well, my theory is a simple theory: She played such a good version Bella Swan, people think Kristen Stewart is Bella Swan. She’s not, you know? If you meet Kristen, she’s wildly kind of giggly and vivacious and rebellious and naughty — all things that Bella Swan isn’t.
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The interview was done during Cannes. The interviewer precises that Rob was eating a lollipop.
In the movie, you get your prostate checked? Is yours asymmetrical too?
Rob: *laughs* I haven't checked that yet! Everybody talks about it, it's crazy how that line marked people.
Did you feel up to the task to take on this role?
Rob: When David Cronenberg called me I was in the middle of shooting Breaking Dawn. There were only three weeks left. As soon as I got home, I pounced on the script and read it in one sitting, in one night. It was really strong, complex and freaky but so funny!
Your character speaks all the time, weren't you scared?
Rob: The risk of failure was huge. At first, I told David I didn't feel ready for the challenge. There was too much pressure, but he convinced me. Even though he knew I didn't understand anything from the script. *laughs*
What didn't you get?
Rob: For Cronenberg, everything made sense. The fact that I didn't understand didn't bother him. He was more concerned about my performance. The world of finance means nothing to me. It conceals an absurd distortion of power struggles. But it's not the end of the world, it's a rebirth because this world needs sometimes to be cleansed and purified.
Your character tries to escape from himself. Since you became famous - and with all these paparazzi hanging on to your coat-tails - are you experiencing the same thing?
Rob: I try not to think about it, I only do my job. I stay cautious about all of this but it's still weird. It's like speaking in your sleep. Cosmopolis is a challenging movie that will open doors for me to new projects. I am very pleased. Saying that though, I can't compare this with my private life even if I feel completely claustrophobic.
Are you relieved that Twilight is over now and that you can now move on to something else?
Rob: I will never disown Twilight. It was my job security. I'll never try to find excuses. The advantage now is that directors think differently. As an actor, it's something you've always dreamed about.
Lots of people think it's because of Twilight that you're pushed to do more diarist and intellectual movies ...
Rob: I did little movies before Twilight. People only notice you when they feel like it. It depends from one type of audience from another. I 'acted' too in Twilight. It was a beautiful period in my life but now it's time to turn the page.
Are you still offered heartthrob's roles?
Rob: It's not always easy to play heartthrob. You need to be extremely confident or be completely oblivious to what people think of you. I like to keep my integrity as an actor.
Did you see 'On the Road' in which your girlfriend, Kristen Stewart, has a role?
Rob: Yes and it's sort of weird to see her like this. To have people clapping for you at Cannes, a Festival that's a little crazy and with so many people, is funny. We might expect those kind of reactions but always end up being surprised.
Did you become up professional opponents?
Rob: No, never. For a year now we both had the chance to evolve in the job we love, especially in those amazing movie projects. Kristen is really ambitious. She knows how to find good scripts, she has the nose for that. I admire her.
We wanted people to respect and understand our choices. During the Cosmopolis screening at Cannes, I was a nervous wreck. I was looking in front of me, behind me, trying to guess people's reactions. I was trying to listen for whispers. And in the end, I missed half the movie. *laughs* At the after party that followed, I was even more terrified at the prospect of having to face people's comments.
Will you be in a movie together after Twilight?
Rob: Yes, absolutely. We're trying to write a script together. It won't be for now but we've thought about it for a long time. The filming of the last two movies was long and difficult.My character doesn't change, he can't die. We finish on a high note.
Via RPLife Starts at 16:34. They ask him how he liked being on the show.
CBC.CanadaAll right, this is exciting: 'Cosmopolis' just premiered at Cannes, and now we've got the director and cast of David Cronenberg's latest in the studio. David himself, Robert Pattinson, Paul Giamatti, and Toronto's rising star Sarah Gadon will all be in the red chair.
The show is airing next Thursday, June 7th, so make sure to tune in and check it out.
'Cosmopolis' goes on wide release across Canada Friday, June 8th.
Collider Kristen Stewart Time Index
Discusses how this Snow White re-imagining was pitched to her.
1:00 – Says the shoot felt dangerous: “Anytime you see any of us on screen looking cold, uncomfortable, pained, or in fear, it’s usually because we are.”
1:25 – She felt bad for how the rats were treated in the rat scene. They were cute “pet rats,” and so not scary. She was afraid of the horses, though.
2:30 – More on how physically hard the shoot was: “I probably pulled every single muscle in my whole body. My thumb was wrecked.”
3:30 – Sanders used in-camera effects wherever possible to force perspective with the actors who played the dwarves.
Breaking Dawn 2 will be "really satisfying."
Talks about 'The Best Kiss' Category
MTV“For me, the last movie is all about closure and the characters finally coming fully into themselves about what their destinies are,” he said. “Edward becoming, in a sense, the patriarch of the family; Bella becoming a mother and a vampire finally, which I think is truly the thing everyone wants to see. It is ultimately the closure of their lives. For those that have followed [the films] from beginning to end, there is a great final moment where you really get to re-live that entire the experience and I think that is something the fans can look forward to.”
Read more on MTV
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While his girlfriend Kristen Stewart will be on hand to present with her Snow White and the Huntsman costar Chris Hemsworth, I'm told Mr. Pattinson will be MIA this year.
Update! MarcMalkin tweets "maybe Rob will change his mind? its not like MTV would turn him away if he decided at the last minute.
Rob was asked by a fan today in Paris about the MMAs( 3rd video on this post) and he said "I don't know."
Rob and DC say hello to FunRadio
At the Paris Screening. Rob talks about 'Map to the Stars' at around 0:58
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Via/Translation TwilightPoison. Scans on their site. via kstewartnews
The first thing you notice about her is not her tiny frame. It’s her eyes. They are big and turquoise green, which were hidden under brown contacts for Twilight. Second, her shaky hands. Watching her take a bottle of water one can’t help but believe she really is as clumsy as she says she is. Her nervousness around the press, which to be fair she has almost dominated now, because despite stammering occasionally still, she gets her ideas across more clearly. What’s true is that Stewart has the beauty and vulnerability to play Snow White.
What made you want play this princess?
You learn about her in the script, and I loved that. She’s been in prison for ten years of he life. The world before she was imprisoned was beautiful and clean. When she gets out she finds it infected, drained from any sort of life. She forces herself to take the weapons she has inside of her. I loved playing a heroine like this.
What was your relationship with Snow White growing up?
I actually never had it. I never even saw the movie. My favorite Disney movie was The Jungle Book. I was never into princess movies, so when they called me for SWATH and I knew it would be a very different story from what we know, and after seeing Rupert Sanders presentation I was in.
You hurt yourself during filming, right?
I hurt my foot and my finger, and I endured both injuries for the entire time. Just as my finger was getting better I hurt my foot, and it was the worst timing possible. It was right before we started the big action sequences. I was afraid I wasn’t going to be able to hold my sword. In the end it all worked out fine, and the pain contributed to my performance.
Twilight didn’t allow you to have action sequences.
I had combat lessons and we choreographed the scenes but the director stopped me and said “What are you doing? She’s much more instinctive, she wouldn’t have those kinds of skills. She’s not like that, but her survival skills kick in when they have to.” So in the end I didn’t receive more training.
And what were you allowed to do?
I took a huge leap onto the water, and that was scary. At first I was excited, and then I don’t know what happened. I got too sensitive, I worried too much about the horses, I don’t know if the Snow White spirit took over me or what. I did enjoy filming outside, and not in the comfort of a movie set. All the time we were in the woods and I had dirty in my hair for weeks.
What’s the spin on the love story?
It’s not a coming of age movie, because when you meet her she grew up. What I thought was romantic was how she was so unaware of herself, devoid of vanity, not like girls her age. That disarms all the men around her. She has this effect on people, but she doesn’t know where it comes from. Things don’t happen like in the traditional story, so people will be surprised.
How’s the prince in this version?
He’s tied to her, they have the same spirit, they’re part of the Kingdom that is hers by blood. He is in her fate.
What makes you nervous?
I don’t know… finding the way to express myself properly. Sometimes it’s hard because when you love something, and you don’t want to share it with the world, I fear that I won’t be able to say the right thing, and I’ll give the wrong impression.
USA Today On Nov. 18, he'll reprise his role as vampire/new father Edward Cullen opposite Kristen Stewart in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn— Part 2, the final installment in Stephenie Meyer's behemoth series.
But before that, he'll appear in a surreal role as a Wall Street banker in David Cronenberg's Cosmopolis (due in August), which earned a standing ovation for its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival.
"I used to think it was a good thing to have a safety net," says Pattinson, 26, of his starmaking Twilight role. "To know you're always safe is not real. It's got to matter."
So after Breaking Dawn, Pattinson will launch into a busy slate of projects that are starting to take shape.
"I have five things going — actually six," he says. "I'm pretty sure I know which one is going to be first."
That would be Mission: Blacklist (2013), based on the true story of the interrogator credited with locating Saddam Hussein after the fall of his regime. After that, Pattinson will head to Australia with Guy Pearce to shoot The Rover, a thriller set in the post-apocalyptic future. It will be directed by David Michod (who wrote and directed 2010's critically acclaimed Aussie film Animal Kingdom).
Like his role in Cosmopolis, this movie doesn't quite fit into a box.
"It's really complicated to explain," Pattinson says, laughing. "I seem to like choosing movies lately that are difficult to promote."
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