Rob On BD and Having Regrets On The Roles He Passed By

“Breaking Dawn” was the longest book in the “Twilight” series, but Robert Pattinson doesn’t “really mind either way” whether its film adaptation should be one long film or two.

“If they can make it one script… It depends. l wouldn’t know where the first one would really end and the second one would begin. I mean, either way, there’s [more] movies to do, and people like them,” said the 23-year-old English actor, who plays Edward Cullen in the movie franchise.

Pattinson made the comments during an interview with HitFix as he’s promoting forthcoming drama “Remember Me,” co-starring Emilie de Ravin, due in theaters March 12.

As previously reported, “Twilight” colleague Kristen Stewart said that she thinks “the story absolutely warrants two films. But I think you could do it with one. It just depends." She also told HitFix in a video interview that it wouldn’t be a bad idea to make “Breaking Dawn” in 3-D, either.

Pattinson not only spoke on films to come, but also ones that passed him by. When asked if he’s ever been offered a script or role that he turned down for feared of not pulling it off, Pattinson revealed that Academy Award-winning “There Will Be Blood” “will always be one of my biggest regrets.”

“I remember reading the script and thinking it was the best script ever. I just couldn’t do it. And I was so pissed off afterwards. I was gonna go into the audition, but I was just, like, I can’t do it,” he laughed. “Also ‘The Assassination of Jesse James [by the Coward Robert Ford]’ -- that was the other. I don’t know why I’ve pussied out of these things. I wouldn’t do it ever again.”

Lucky for him, Pattinson has at least a couple projects to keep him busy, with “Bel Ami” currently lensing and “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” due June 30.
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RobSten Spotted Having Dinner In NYC?

There was an alleged Rob and Kristen sighting last night, Feb 28. Somebody tweeted about it 'real-time'. Okay friends, I will have to say this again. I hope people would refrain from tweeting in real time the locations of Rob and Kristen if you happen to chance upon them. I know its cute and all but they deserve respect and privacy and indicating their location is just totally "uncool". Tweet if you may but please do NOT give out exact locations. I think that's fair enough, right?

"Sitting next to beautiful couple rob pattinson and kristen stewart plus entourage at locanda verde tribeca. But are they really a couple?

She's wearing a hoodie and t-shirt. He's wearing a white plain t-shirt with black ski cap. They look adorable, sitting close/next to each other in a long booth. She whispered something in his ear, they both giggled. It's so cute. Don't want to take a photo and ruin their moment with pals."

source On The Set of Remember Me

This is a compilation of paparazzi vids of Rob while filming Remember Me in NYC during last summer. If you have issues against the papz just skip it.


Another Pic of Rob From RM Press Junket- CNN


There's Something About Rob? uhmm. At least we know what was on Rob and Kristen's DVD last night... LMAO

Rob Talks Remember Me, Bel Ami, and What Makes Him Happy Exclusive Interview with Robert Pattinson.
Yesterday, press junkets were held for Remember Me with Robert Pattinson, Emilie De Ravin, and Chris Cooper for the upcoming romantic drama Remember Me. Since Rob was there to talk about Remember Me, information about Twilight was limited.

Was there a time where you were sitting with Alan Coulter and the producer and something clicked for you? Can you talk about why you were attracted to this character, and about taking that step to produce?

Robert Pattinson
: Well, the producing thing. (laughs) I’m kind of embarrassed about the producing thing because I wasn’t really acting like a proper producer. I only really came on after the shoot just to kind of help Alan and Nick make sure that the product was what the product in which we all wanted to make in the end. It was the summer after the first Twilight thing. I read it then and I met with Alan and Nick. I thought they were really great, and I talked to them for hours about it. I think basically what I commented to them about was, what shocked me was I was reading a ton of scripts and it just didn’t fall into any, the way the dialogue was written and the plot was structured, it didn’t fit into any kind of normal category. It didn’t seem very formulaic. I had just read tons and tons of formulaic scripts in one genre or another and it was just such a relief to find that. There was also something about Tyler, the way he reacted to things seemed very relatable to me, and I hadn’t seen another character like it in like 100 scripts. So that’s why when the period came up between New Moon and Eclipse, we only had two months, you can’t really do that much, it’s difficult to find a movie which can fit in such a short period. It seemed like the perfect fit.

He’s a rebellious character, especially against his father. Were you attracted to that idea?

Pattinson: I mean, I don’t know if it was so much about just the rebellion that interested me. I liked how it seemed like Tyler didn’t really know what he was rebelling against. It seemed like no matter what his father was like, no matter what everyone around him is like, he’d still be rebelling. There was one interesting thing, I liked how he wasn’t fighting against everybody, he only chose to fight against his father. I think it was a pretty broken family to begin with, and I think he just takes out all of his rage on his father because his father is the only one who can take it. I mean if he tried to attack his mother, she’d probably end up killing herself or something. She’s too wounded to be able to take that. I don’t think it’s particularly typical rebel. It just comes in fits and starts all the time, so I think he’s kind of faking it. I think what he’s really rebelling against is himself.

Were there any scenes that were cut from the movie that you wished stayed?

I don’t know, I haven’t seen the final cut. (laughs)

What was your favorite scene to film, then?

Pattinson: I like the scene where Tyler confronts his little sister’s bullies. Basically because I kind of fancy which I would have myself just kind of being the tough guy. Actually there was more of a take that was cut out, or they didn’t use. When I pushed the little girls desk that was bullying her, and the first take I pushed it too hard and she fell on the floor and the desk on her. She looked absolutely terrified after, and it just became this turn into a psychopath. (laughs) And they had to cut it out, because they were like “you wouldn’t just go to jail for vandalism, you’d go for child abuse.” (laughs) That would really change the story. That was quite fun.

Both characters seem to really be embracing life, and I think audiences will really come away with that. What do you think is the overall feeling around love. What will people learn from watching this film?

: I think one of the things, which I always liked about it, is that he doesn’t. Like when you meet someone who you feel whatever for, it doesn’t necessarily mean that that’s a finish line, and that’s like “oh you’ll be alright now afterwards.” I think that worked in the relationship with Allie and Tyler. I think it’s to show that its sort of ok to have, if you just have one moment of happiness, where you can feel that you’re happy, even if it just lasts for a minute. It’s worth a lot. Because I think people now, everyone does all of these things because they think they should be happy like all the time. Doing therapy, and taking anti-depressants and all of these things. If you’re happy all of the time, it’s difficult to acknowledge when you actually are happy.

What makes you happy?

Pattinson: I don’t know. It’s like these weird little things. It’s like what I was trying to put across in the movie, when funny little things happen, it’s not just meeting Allie, it’s all of these things kind of melds together and it hits you from left field, and you’re just like “oh yeah, I’m happy” (laughs)

This movie is so steep. The locations are amazing in the film, and it feels so authentically New York. What’s interesting to me is so much of the cast aren’t New Yorkers and don’t have a New York accent, and you’re Brooklyn accent is on point. I wonder if, working on that, what kind of research you did, or if you knew a lot about New York in 2001. And what it was like to film in the streets of New York?

My sister lived in New York for like 5 years and I used to go visit her all the time. I don’t know. When I read the script there seemed to be a sort of voice that was just there as soon as you read it. I’ve never had a dialect coach or anything. Ironically I’ve only had a dialect coach for this film I’m doing now, which I’m doing now in an English accent. (laughs) I guess I’ve forgotten how to do an English accent.

But what was it like for you to film in Queens, at NYU, what was that like?

Pattinson: It was nice. Obviously it was great for doing stuff at NYU, you’re filming at NYU, which is perfect. I like this bar, I went in there a few times before we starting shooting. That’s not really research. (laughing) Oh yeah I just went to a couple of bars. (laughs)

So that was a sum total of your New York research?

Pattinson: (laughs) No, I mean it was nice. I was sort of staying, it’s difficult to go out and stuff there at the time. I’ve gone out more in New York since. There’s funny little things which happened, experiences which I had in New York which were put into the script. Like a friend of mine, the whole fight in the beginning, how that was all set up, it happened to a friend of mine the day before we did the rewrites to the script. We were down in Alphabet City, and this guy jumped out of the car with a little mini baseball bat and just hit my friend in the face. The whole thing. It was literally the day before. The whole thing was put into the movie. (laughing) Annoyingly, I didn’t react in the same way. (laughing)

You ran?

Pattinson: (laughing) I didn’t see what was happening until it was too late. (laughs) Even when the police asked me, they asked all the people around to give a testimony. The police looked at me and was like “oh it’s alright you don’t have to give one”, and it was because of the Twilight thing. I was like “no, I want to give a testimony!” (laughing) “I want to be a witness!”

Alan spoke a lot about your focus that you had to maintain while shooting because of the constant paparazzi attention and the screaming fans. What was that like for you to shoot such an emotional movie under the eye of people Twittering about it, and people screaming at you?

Pattinson: It’s like the first two weeks were kind of crazy, because I was all around NYU and Washington Square park and there’d be tons of people around anyway. I think it was annoying people as well, that all of these crowds came and disrupted peoples days, so that was really difficult at the beginning. But, I think after that you just get used to it. You just block certain things out. I was trying to figure out a way to use the sort of rage that was built up, but you couldn’t really use it for that character. If the same thing had happened during this movie that I’m doing now, it would have been perfect and I could have gone around hitting paparazzi and stuff and it would have been great because I would have been staying in character. (laughs) But it didn’t really work for Tyler, he’s not that kind of guy.

Do you see yourself trying to sort of make a big gap between Twilight and everything else you do so people realize there this…something so different from the phenomenon that everybody focus on?

More to you…

Pattinson: No, I don’t really focus on trying to do it, I don’t think. I pick scripts the same way, I think, that I’ve always done. I barely like anything, and so it’s kind of easy to pick your jobs. The things which I’m signed onto now are all completely different. Like I’m playing a white Comanche in one thing and the parts completely in Comanche. Bel Ami is, I thought there was a kind of irony in Bel Ami as well, because a lot of the women are attracted to this character and then he kind of screws them over and steals their money and stuff. (laughs) Which I thought was quite funny compared to the Twilight character. (laughing) It’s kind of the polar opposite. It wasn’t intentional, I just thought Bel Ami was very funny, and it’s a very interesting character. With Remember Me, I’d never done a simple story before, and it’s not that simple, but its playing a normal guy and trying to relate to things on a normal level it’s kind of relief in a lot of ways.

It reminded me of James Dean on a slight, with the rebel without a cause. Did you think of him in sort of a classical way? When you said he’s rebelling against himself, that this is just someone who’s just someone who’s sort of in a fury about the way the world is.

Pattinson: I think it’s a fairly typical state to be in. I think there’s that element, but I was also interested in the kind of, in Tyler there was a lot of elements of sort of arrogance things about him, which I thought were quite interesting. To have a loss in your family, and then I think a lot of the fighting in his family is because he feels like the attention has kind of gone off of him a bit. You have these petty things, which turn you into this iconic rebel or whatever, and it’s just based on these silly things, kind of like almost despicable emotions that you have about it. I tried to make that apparent in Remember Me. There’s a reason why James Dean stereotype is so common, especially in actors, I think. I think its pretty real. It’s also an ideal for young guys I think. I think, anyway. Because as soon as you stop struggling against something, what have you got to do? That’s the whole point being young, struggling against things.

Your chemistry with the younger sister character was so strong. Can you talk about what you had to do, and if there was anything different you had to do finding that with a child actor?

Pattinson: She did everything; I mean completely. On the first day I met her. Me, Alan, and Emilie were sitting around discussing our scenes together and she hadn’t really said anything, and I kind of asked just to be nice. I was just like [ducking his head down and talking just above a whisper] “so, you know what do you think about it?” And she’s sitting there with her pencil and engaged in this whole diatribe of her characters back story and everything, and in the most interesting way. And she’d be writing notes, about all of the stuff we were saying, like quoting what we were saying. She’s phenomenal. She’s going to be a massive actress, I think. She’s the best improviser I’ve ever met. You can literally say anything to her, and she’ll completely stay in character. Even if the camera is not on her, she’ll stay completely in character the whole time. Also, she’s no actressy as well. She’s kind of like one of those weird, hyper-intelligent, hyper-mature kid. Then I saw her with her little friends and just like a little girl when you see her with her friends. I just don’t understand how that happens at all. She’s so easy to act with, you don’t have to do anything, just look at her. It’s the first time since the day I began acting where I just feel completely unselfconscious, because I could feel that she wasn’t at all and it rubs off on me. I love when she was like “you’re so retarted” (laughs) That’s just an 11 year old girl thing to say.

How was it to work with Emilie?

Pattinson: She’s great, yeah. And completely different to what I…what I thought was going to be cast.

Are you a fan of LOST?

Pattinson: I’ve never seen it

What are your thoughts on the Breaking Dawn being two films?

: I really don’t mind either way.

RobSten FanVid: Edward and Bella's Kisses in SlowMo

Ooh, I can watch this vid over and over again. Belward kisses are hot!
Vid by lnmrkz

New Remember Me Stills

Find the HQ of these stills/BTS and more at Collider

Rob's New York Portrait Sessions

More at everglow

8 Movie Clips From Remember Me - Collider

With Robert Pattinson’s new movie Remember Me getting ready to open on March 12, we’ve been provided with 8 clips from the film. If you’re the type that loves watching as much footage before a movie comes out, you’ll love these clips. Saying that, I always think movies are better knowing as little as possible, so if you can resist the urge, avoid watching them. I just wanted to give you the option.

And while an embargo prevents me from saying too much about Remember Me, I think it’s safe to say I really enjoyed the movie. I walked in knowing nothing about story except who was in it, and the movie really drew me in and surprised me in a lot of ways. The only thing I really want to stress to all of you is avoid every review and spoiler online. If you know too much walking in, the twists and turns won’t mean as much to you. I didn’t know anything in advance and am happy I had that experience. Collider

Youtube version: "You Can't Smoke in Here" Vid by Robstenlovex

The 8 clips YT version

Kristen: Why She Chose The Rocker and Stripper Roles: CoventryTelegraph

Thanks to KStew411

CoventryTelegraph NOW that Robert Pattinson has finally admitted he and Twilight co-star Kristen Stewart are dating, the spotlight is on the pair even more.

The pair play vampire Edward Cullen and his lover Bella Swan in the teen vampire saga, with fans following their every move.

And Kristen's popularity has led to her being voted Bafta's Orange Rising Star 2010 and named the Elle Style Awards Woman Of The Year, which she thinks is "just insane".

Here's what she had to say about her roles and her rise to fame...
How did you feel winning the Orange Rising Star Award?
"I would never get used to something like that, [standing up] in front of a room full of people that you respect. You feel so small, not in a bad way, but it's such an extreme dose of perspective to stand up there and speak to these people."

Does this mean the start of even bigger things?
"The list of nominees was so substantial, it's nice to acknowledge people who are doing cool things. It's truly humbling and such an honour, but I don't think it's going to suddenly get me my next big job."

The next night you were named woman of the year...
"You go from the Baftas to the Elle Style Awards - winning Woman of The Year at 19, which is just an insane concept, so I am pretty overwhelmed."

You play Joan Jett in your new movie, why did you choose that role?
"I was a fan of Joan's music but I didn't know about The Runaways, and that was one of the reasons I wanted to do the film because I think people my age are fairly unaware of them. And they sort of kick-started females playing more hardcore rock and roll and not being told to quiet down and dull down their aggression.

"It was something that they really had to fight for and I feel entitled to that, as a young girl of my generation. We've grown up being told that we can do whatever we want, and it really wasn't the case for them. It was really hard for Joan. She was so different from other girls, she really took a lot of strife."

Was there an added pressure when playing someone so famous?
"Yeah of course - I know what it's like to play a character that people know and adore, clearly. I mean, Bella is definitely an iconic character. The difference between the two is I could never meet Bella and say 'Hey, so the most important part of your life - am I doing it justice?' and also Joan became such a close friend, she's our executive producer, she was there on set everyday. She was SO nurturing and motivating and open."

You play a stripper in Welcome to the Rileys. Tell us about that...
"One thing we were concerned with was not exploiting Mallory more than she already was in her real life. I wasn't concerned about nude scenes, but I definitely did have to shred every single layer of defence possible, which is never really an easy thing to do.

"I don't choose characters just because they're really hardcore and they're edgy - this girl is really sort of broken and sweet."

Is it good to get away from playing Bella?
"I'm really lucky that I get to focus on one character for so long, because you never get that. It's just so indulgent. I have years to focus on one character. They still live inside you a little bit, you can still remember them. So it is nice to change it up, of course, that's why I do what I do, but it's also nice to go back."

So are you protective of Bella as a character?
"I guess to play any character, if you're not in a position to defend them, then you can't justify the things that they do. It would be impossible to play them if you didn't believe that one would actually do those things."

What's it like being such an idol to Twilight fans?
"I don't harbour such a huge sense of responsibility because I can't claim to be anything beside who I am, and whoever played Bella was going to be in this position. She's such a strong solid female character to look up to, that hopefully I do her justice. I'm really thankful that I have a platform to do what I love and people appreciate it.

"But in terms of being a role model then people just have to pick and choose their role models because I'm definitely not for everyone."

Taste Of The Runaways Soundtrack

Hey sweeties! My lovie Everblue, compiled these songs (via youtube) that are included in the The Runaways Soundtrack. Amazing, right? Now we can have a taste on what to expect on March 16(digital release) and 23( physical release) when the The Official Runaways Soundtrack hits the market. As you know, tracks 9 and 10 were recorded and performed by Kristen and Dakota. So here's a taste... so you'll be familiar with these two The Runaways tracks before the movie hits the theaters on March 19. Enjoy! Thanks again to Everblue!

Don't forget to checkout the Runaways Soundtrack Official Site

I cannot wait to hear Kristen and Dakota's version...

9. The Queen of Noise- The Runaways

10. Dead End Justice

Click for youtube links!
1. Roxy Roller
2. The Wild One
3. A Man's Man's Man's World- NO LINK
4. Rebel Rebel
5. Cherry Bomb
6. Hollywood
7. California Paradise
8. You Drive Me Wild
11. I Wanna Be Your Dog
12.I Wanna Be Where The Boys Are
13. Pretty Vacant
14. Don't Abuse Me

Kristen Bites Back - UKGuardian

Kristen bites back

Twilight star Kristen Stewart looked every bit the messy teenager as she trundled up to claim the rising star award at the Baftas. "Nobody told me there was going to be, like, fuckin' royalty," she told me afterwards.

A blend of awkward ingenue and seasoned pro, Stewart turns 20 in April and hopes it heralds a new era. "I seem to play disaffected teens, but then how else you gonna be at that age?" As a rising star juror, I risk protocol to tell her she was included on overall acting merit, Twilight phenomenon aside. She sighs a thank you. "I am grateful to my fans for voting, but I wish Twilight wasn't so rampant, then I could have judged myself against the others on a more level playing field."

She will soon be seen playing Joan Jett in The Runaways – "I had to do that movie quickly cos I was getting too old" – before heading back to Oregon for the next two Twilight movies. Before that, however, she's presenting at the Oscars with her buff werewolf co-star Taylor Lautner. Will he keep his top on? "That's funny. You're funny," she says, not laughing.

More Tweets From The RM Press Junket- Updated!

@mikeavila I’m really getting a kick out of the fact that ppl really think Pattinson asked for a Twitter hookup

@rosamund_ Today, in a hotel room, RPattz told me he wants a long, happy marriage like his parents (lovely moment ruined by three watching publicists).

@katespencer 1 more RPattz moment:joked that he researched NYC by going 2 a bar.Made entire room laugh.Also said he got used 2 pap/fan mobs. #rememberme

Day 2

@patrickstonerI asked Rob Pattinson if he ad trouble finding the insecurity needed for role; he said, "Oh, Pat, I think I'm 95 % insecure." #r-patz

@patrickstonerInterviewing Robert Pattinson for Remember Me in a few minutes--shows a wider range of acting in it, with a James Dean style. #r-patz

@stayfabulousRobert was wearing a white t-shirt, jeans ,his hair was perfectly tousled and he kept running his hands thru it during the interview..lovely

@patrickstonerBrosnan says the conflict scenes with Pattinson in Remember Me were carefully pre-prepared so they could do them in short takes.

@mannymoviesHad great interviews with REMEMBER ME folks...Robert Pattinson is a sweetheart...for risk of sounding like a tween but he's adorable...soft hands :) Pierce Brosnan is also very sweet...and the film is a love story with far deeper consequences...I can't reveal the all important plot twist...I don't want to ruin it for y'all

@SharonFJohnsonI'm about to interview Robert Pattinson for "Remember Me." I don't think we will chat about Kristen Stewart. None of my business.

@patrickstonerRob says it took a while to blank out the constant exposure but he now learned the mental trick and can ignore the madness

@andreamineocnnRPattz just walked by his hair was sticking straight up - looked good

@andreamineocnnBefore intvu #Patz asked me how I was dealing with all the New York snow. Sweet
@iamBenLyons: Rob told me if he could visit any country in the world that he hasn't been to, it would be Fiji...and that he reads his fan mail!
@SharonFJohnson: Ah, laid back but inquisitve & thoughtful. RT @TwiSagaReality: @SharonFJohnson haha I meant is he more laid or always figuring things out.
@kelligillespie:Robert Pattinson charming as ever & candid about family, fame & acting. More from interview & video in coming week
@kelligillespie: "Remember Me" filmmakers say hundreds of fans watching rpattz make movie were more respectful than paparazzi!
@andreamineocnn: #Patz stood up to shake my hand when I walked in the room to interview him. This rarely happens. Tweeted F Moon - was a bit busy 'New Moon'.
@HotTopicsTV: Rob was super nice as expected... Although it looked like he hasn't washed his hair in days. Haha

@ga_brielle @fevireyes Rob smelled amazing. lol the BO rumors are false

@stayfabulous He laughed (adorable) ran fingers thru his hair (dreamy) and said..."He didn't fancy himself a proper boss".still laughing (still adorable)

Rob On Breaking Dawn Times Two

Do you really want to see more Robert Pattinson? Are you sure?!

We kid, but something tells us the prospect of more Pattz may be a big part of your mass desire for Breaking Dawn to be a two-parter. While the fourth and final installment of Stephenie Meyer's Twilight series has plenty going on—weddings, babies and, of course, a final showdown or two—the official decision to break it down into a pair of movies has yet to be made.

Kristen Stewart told us earlier this month that she's with you! She thinks the book "absolutely warrants" a double-feature and "it would be hard to cram all of it into one movie."

But what does the world's hottest sparkle vamp think?

Unlike other things, Pattz isn't allergic to the idea. In his true, laid-back fashion, he's just going with the flow.

"I don't mind either way," he admits to E! News during the Remember Me press junket in New York City on Saturday.

Two movies would mean extended action sequences (yeah, that kind of action) with K.Stew, so we have to imagine he really wouldn't mind. E!OnLine

More Remember Me Press Junket Pics


Kristen and Eddie's AlloyCom Interview

It may be a bit jarring to see Kristen Stewart so far away from Forks, but at least her new co-star is best friends with Rob Pattinson! Eddie Redmayne and Kristen team up in The Yellow Handkerchief, a film about a road trip through post-Katrina New Orleans. In the movie, Kristen hops in a car with two strangers... and the rest you'll just have to see for yourself!

What made you want to play this part?
Kristen: When I read the script it was one of those things that you get really excited about and then instantly really sick because you're not sure that you've got the part. I was sort of undeniably emotionally moved by it and I think just regarding the person that I played, she makes such a comeback. I feel like in the beginning she's so clearly disappointed in everything around her and that first time you see her she's rejected and that's what she's running from.
Can you identify with the whole teenage runaway attitude that you have in the film?
Kristen: I feel like [running away] was so not thought out. It's a pretty courageous thing to do to get in that car. And especially for a young girl, it can be considered silly. But I can identify with her in that she is doing something that is dangerous but that will ultimately be absolutely worth it. I can absolutely relate to that.

You guys must have spent a lot of time in the car. Any funny stories from filming?
Eddie: [For the scene] when we hit the [deer], we had a load of crew in the back with lights and all this stuff. And I had to do this screeching break as we hit this thing and I was like, "Be careful because I am screeching this car..."

Kristen: Again and again you said it.

Eddie: "...It's gonna be quite a jolt when we stop." And they said "No problem, man, no problem." And we did the scene and they cut to me and I break the car and I scream and this guy got all bruised out of the back! And I'm like, "I told you man, I told you."
Kristen, your character is into ballet in the movie. Did you have to take any ballet classes to prepare?

Kristen: Yeah. Something that was initially really daunting about the character was that she loved to dance and that she really used her physicality as a means of control and power. Before I did this movie I don't think I did a two-step. So I took some ballet lessons from these really hardcore ballerinas, but what I always thought about the character was that she wasn't really one to take a class. She sort of was like, "I really wanna do that." So then I didn't have to say that I was a trained ballerina, which I would never ever be able to accomplish in the two weeks that we had before we started shooting.

Eddie: Remember how obsessed you became with your dance shoes, though? Jazz pumps. You became obsessed.

Kristen: I have like, 16 pairs of these little white Capezios.
Eddie's character plays around with a disposable camera in the movie. Did you keep any souvenirs of the photos you took?

Eddie: We did, actually. The photos used in the scrapbook in the movie are ones we took of Kristen doing her dance.

Your characters are cut off from the outside world once Kristen's phone dies. Do you ever turn off your cell phones just to see what happens?

Kristen: I always turn my phone off and really infuriate a lot of people
In the movie, a big storm hits and it's rainy and gloomy for a while. Have you ever lived in that kind of climate?

Kristen: I haven't had crazy weather... Wait a second -- what am I talking about? I just made three films in the Pacific Northwest. I know the depression that is the cold west.

So does the dark weather really mess with your mood?

Kristen: Yeah, absolutely. I think that's sort of undeniable. If you're cold for three months and you're always trying to stay dry...

Eddie: It's interesting, though. In London we used to have horrific weather. But when I came to LA, the expectation is for continual sunshine. You expect it to be the perfect Hollywood dream and when it's not, it can be mildly depressing.

Have you learned anything interesting about each other since you spent so much time together?

Kristen: There's nothing interesting to learn about this guy.

Eddie: There's nothing interesting to learn about her.
Thanks to KStewAngel

Old/New Kristen Candids

This one is really precious! Kristen's left hand on Rob's waist.

Baby girl looking so fragile and gorgeous! Twilight LA premiere.

New Moon behind-the-scenes

More at kstewartfans

MTV RoughCuts: Remember Me Interviews

Updated! Full Interview

Thanks to TwiBritneyFan

Never A Normal Guy
Robert Pattinson tells MTV News why filming 'Remember Me' off the heels of his 'Twilight' success was so appealing.

Critical Thinking
Emilie De Ravin and Robert Pattinson discuss who's more critical of their onscreen performances.

Love Scenes and Modesty Patches
Robert Pattinson talks about how nervous he was during his sex scenes with Emilie De Ravin

Pattinson On 'Bel Ami'
Robert Pattinson dishes on his upcoming sexually charged drama 'Bel Ami.'

RPattz In 3-D
Robert Pattinson reveals why the thought of making 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn' a 3D film gives him a headache.

Thanks to ljp11 for the YT vids.

Rob At The Remember Me Press Junket


@katespencer Just interviewed Robert Pattinson. Sweet, soft spoken, and hair in full effect. The room melted. #fb
@BreanneNYC: I can officially confirm that Robert Pattinson messes with his hair even more than imagined. I know you're swooning.
@laurenkaye I've now witnessed Robert Pattinson run his hand through his hair in person. And his giggle made my heart skip a beat.
@mikeavila: I'm willing to bet my intv with Robert Pattinson was the only one he did all day where Rocky Balboa was mentioned more than Twilight.
@mikeavila: In fact, the T word was not mentioned once in my chat with him. And I'm strangely pleased with myself for that.
@mikeavila: Pattinson talked about playing a normal guy (for once) in Remember Me, boxing movies, playing a Comanche in his next film, and...
@mikeavila: ...Asked me if I culd set him up w/a nice girl who hangs out on Twitter. Any1 interested??

source via RPLife

I see you Nick, Oh how I missed you. LOL That Summit lady, err not so much!

Kristen and Eddie's Access Hollywood Interview

I can't remember if I posted this already. But its a sure win. "Another handsome British gentleman...?" "Yeah, that is why I started acting" -LOL

Thanks RobstenLovex

Edward Vid: From Twilight To New Moon

Robward is white hot! Literally. LOL

Vid by Petitbiel

Rob, Kristen and TomStu At JFK

Check out Rob carrying Kristen's yellow bag! How cute is that. Chivalry is alive and well! Squee! Rob is the most normal celeb boyfriend around. So, are we expecting TomStu to do some girlfriend-sitting while Rob is busy with Remember Me press junkets/appearances? I suppose so. Today is happy RobSten day!!!

Kristen Believable as Joan Jett

This is just an excerpt of review of The Runaways. Thanks to KstewAngel for the link.

"The infamous Joan Jett is played, with surprising believability, by the “Twilight” queen herself, Kristen Stewart. Starring in two movies at Sundance 2010, including this film and another where she plays a teenage stripper, Stewart is starting to show she can hold her own on-screen. Coached by Jett herself throughout the filming, Stewart gets the nuances and look of Jett down in such a way that it is a believable younger version of the rocker, complete with her semi-hunched shoulders, and jet-black shaggy hair. Cherie Currie is played with equal passion by the all-grown-up Dakota Fanning who appears on-screen with Stewart for a second time (Fanning also briefly stars in “Twilight: New Moon”). The rest of “The Runaways” are somewhat forgettable, as the film focuses in on Jett and Currie as the centerpieces of the band, and the story itself."

New Rob Pics From Backstage At The BAFTAs

With Mark Boal.
My tweeter babe, lahor81 noticed Kristen's Orange BAFTA on the table! Great eye bb!