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Robert Pattinson – Cedric Diggory

Then: Londoner Pattinson beat out Henry Cavill for the role of Diggory in ‘Goblet Of Fire’, having previously appeared in ‘Vanity Fair’.

Now: There was ‘Twilight’ of course, which turned him in one of the biggest movie stars on the planet. Since then, he’s gone full indie and will next play Lawrence of Arabia in Werner Herzog’s ‘Queen of the Desert’.

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Posted by Laura on 07 Mar 2015 and filed under : Harry Potter, Internet/Bloggers, Movies, Photos, Press
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In the first 20 minutes of this movie we see the Doctor, Edward Cullen, a murderer from Hollyoaks, huge CGI Irish stereotypes, Eric Sykes, and Trigger. Plus Lucius Malfoy has got camper, somehow. It’s a heady mix.

There’s also a moody colour palette and a lot of brisk, economical storytelling in contrast to the loose, lanky haircuts. The abrupt scene endings suggest there’s an even longer cut out there somewhere (out of interest, would anyone else be up for Lord of the Rings Extended Edition style Potter releases?).

The overall effect is that nothing is allowed to breathe. Michael Gambon can barely contain himself either. The beginning of the Second Wizard War is rushed, meaning that the best bits of the film are the potentially superfluous character building scenes and the Yule Ball. These are well observed, funny, and give Maggie Smith a chance to go to at least 90% Jean Brodie. Brendan Gleeson still wins the film, though. Sometimes Harry Potter really needs Mad Eye Moody’s grumpiness to cut through the tweeness and lame attempts at swearing.

Also, Robert Pattinson – here playing pant-melting gentleman redshirt Cedric Diggory – proves he can act by making the scene where he tells Daniel Radcliffe to take a bath with an egg seem normal. Radcliffe, meanwhile, has learned how to do shouting acting to good effect when Diggory dies and Voldemort – complete with a goth-conehead posse out of an abandoned Monty Python sketch – returns. While the Dedric Ciggory scenes get saccharine, it’s impressive to see a film put so much weight behind just one death.

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Posted by Kristin on 05 Feb 2015 and filed under : Harry Potter, Internet/Bloggers, Movies, Press
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QUESTION: In which saga the actor Robert Pattinson started his career?

Posted by Laura on 07 Jan 2015 and filed under : Fan Submission, Harry Potter, Internet/Bloggers, Movies, Photos, Television
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Posted by Kristin on 31 Dec 2014 and filed under : Harry Potter, Internet/Bloggers, Movies, Press
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2. Robert Pattinson

Artistic credibility: Cedric Diggory has been in a little-known film series following his time in Harry’s world. We’re kidding. He was in Twilight. And even though Twilight may have made him incredibly famous (not to mention the butt of many jokes), he upped his indie cred in recent years thanks to collaborations with David Cronenberg on the festival favorite Maps to the Stars. He also has projects with Harmony Korine, Olivier Assayas, Werner Herzog, and Anton Corbijn in the works.

Commercial viability:Twilight was obviously a huge hit, but his more off-beat work hasn’t been able to draw in audiences based on his star power alone. His recent The Rover was unsuccessful in attempts to lure an expanded audience. His film career isn’t the only thing helping him along, though. He does, after all, have those cheekbones and was named the face of Dior Homme.

Extracurricular achievements: Sadly, R-Pattz’s longterm relationship with his Twilight costar dominated much of the conversation about his career—even though the only confirmation of their off-screen relationship came in the midst of their break. Now he is linked to musician FKA twigs.

Final evaluation: Pattinson has strayed away from romantic roles that recall Twilight (i.e. Remember Me and Water for Elephants) into grittier fare that rebrands him as an actor not exclusively known for his sparkle.

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Posted by Kristin on 08 Nov 2014 and filed under : Harry Potter, Internet/Bloggers, Movies, Press
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It’s been more than three years since the final film was released in the United States — but “Harry Potter” fever isn’t subsiding anytime soon.

Hot off the news that J. K. Rowling’s companion book, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” will be turned into a film trilogy starting in 2016, the Potter author continues to keep fans interested by releasing new chapters to the series on her Pottermore website, including a new story today about universally reviled professor Dolores Umbridge.

And just last week, London’s Georgian House Hotel revealed two rooms that have been styled to resemble Hogwarts sleeping quarters, aptly dubbed the “Wizard Chambers.”

The Harry Potter stars themselves haven’t lost any steam, either. Daniel Radcliffe wowed fans earlier this week with his impressive rap skills on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon,” while Emma Watson graces the cover of ELLE UK’s December issue, labeled “the fresh face of feminism.”

Are you starting to miss those magical days? Here’s what the rest of the popular cast is up to in the muggle world.

Robert Pattinson as Cedric Diggory

Pattinson’s career blew up after his appearance in the fourth film, “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.” After starring roles in the “Twilight” saga, “Remember Me” and “Water for Elephants,” Pattinson will appear alongside Nicole Kidman, James Franco and Damian Lewis in Werner Herzog’s “Queen of the Desert” next year.

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Posted by Laura on 01 Nov 2014 and filed under : Fan Submission, Harry Potter, Internet/Bloggers, Movies, Newspaper, Photos, Press
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Posted by Laura on 21 Oct 2014 and filed under : Fan Submission, Harry Potter, Internet/Bloggers, Movies, Press, Television, Videos
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