posted by Feb 7, 2014 • Filed in: Harry Potter, Internet/Bloggers, Little Ashes, Press, Twilight

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Yes, that is Edward from Twilight we’re suggesting for the role of the Flash. And if the scriptwriters don’t include Flash (we’re just assuming this thing is a glorified Justice League party,) then they can probably fit ‘ol Sparkles elsewhere. As long as he gets camera time, Operation Piss Off The Nerds will be a successful one.

But people who only see Pattinson as a mopey vampire sell the dude short. He can act, as seen in films like Little Ashes (his playing of Salvador Dali as an actual human being and not a wackaloon cariacture deserves all the awards.) He did Twilight almost entirely because he was young and needed the money, though getting to hit on the cute girl playing his love interest didn’t hurt either. Dismissing him as a legitimate actor because Twilight sucks is like saying the Rolling Stones are a shitty band because they sang about Rice Krispies before making it big.

Besides, Pattinson has nerd cred – or did anyway. Remember, he was Cedric Diggory in one of the Harry Potter movies, and his role was very well-received for reasons other than “he died.” We like to think that, as The Flash, he’d be well on his way to earning that cred back. Unless Zack Snyder makes him all glittery, which we would not put past him.

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Thank you tracygee from Rob’s IMDB message board!

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posted by Jan 24, 2014 • Filed in: Internet/Bloggers, Little Ashes, Movies, Photos, Press

See more of Jeremy Saunders work and STAY TUNED for The Rover artwork!

Thanks to our Elite Affiliate Robert Pattinson Australia for the exclusive new finds!

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posted by Aug 7, 2013 • Filed in: Internet/Bloggers, Little Ashes, Movies, Press

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Robert Pattinson as Salvador Dali in “Little Ashes”.

Personal side note, I have ALWAYS loved this picture of Rob. I like Rob witht he black hair.

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posted by Jun 26, 2013 • Filed in: Bel Ami, Cosmopolis, Internet/Bloggers, Little Ashes, Movies, Press

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Robert Pattinson
Age: 27
Notable Role: Eric Packer in Cosmopolis (2012)

The actor who became famous for portraying a sparkly vampire is so much more than just the pretty face on your little sister’s Teen Bop magazine. As his icy work in Cronenberg’s adaption of Don DeLillo’s Cosmopolis demonstrated, Pattinson is a talented actor, and more than capable of carrying a film. While the world was distracted by his romantic life, Pattinson was busy sharpening his skills in more respectable films such Little Ashes and Bel Ami. He is currently working on smaller independent projects.

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posted by May 28, 2013 • Filed in: Internet/Bloggers, Little Ashes, Movies, Press

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@TheDali tweeted,

Come celebrate Pride Night at the Museum on June 20th 2013, free film screening of “Little Ashes” starring Robert Pattinson and Javier Beltran at 6pm. Discounted Museum admission after 5pm.

The Dali Museum Facebook included additional details,

Pride Night at the Dali Museum!
Come celebrate Pride Night on June 20th at the Dali Museum, Free film screening of “Little Ashes” starring Robert Pattinson and Javier Beltran at 6pm. Discounted Museum admission after 5pm.

Free film screening, Open to the public
$10.00 discounted museum admission at 5pm.
Cash Beer & Wine Bar
Limited Seating
Free Popcorn
Discounted DVD of “Little Ashes” for sale in the Museum Store.

Little Ashes is a 2008 Spanish-British drama film set against the backdrop of Spain during the 20s and 30s, as three of the era’s most creative young talents meet at university and set off on a course to change their world.

Please note! Seating will be limited!

A fictionalized account of Dali’s early life, “Little Ashes” is a conterubydynasty mporary story about universal themes such as love and relationships, longing, loss and betrayal. The three main characters are important Spanish figures – Salvador Dali, poet Federico Garcia Lorca and filmmaker Luis Bunuel – who met as students at the Academy of Fine Arts in Madrid. Dali, Lorca and Bunuel defied their society’s politics and forged new ground during a time when being an artist was revolutionary – and being a gay or bisexual artist was dangerous. Together, these distinct personalities learn from each other and develop a complex new language about the nature of art. (2008, 112 minutes, directed by Paul Morrison and starring Robert Pattinson)

Cost: Free to all. Theater is limited to 95 guests, first come, first served.

RSVP on their Facebook page!

The address of the Dail Museum is,

The Dali Museum
1 Dali Boulevard
Saint Petersburg, FL
(800) 442-DALI
(800) 442-3254

I had the chance to see this in a movie theater when it came out. If you haven’t had the chance to see it on the big screen or AT ALL and you are in the area,  you should check it out!

Thank you to rubydynasty from Rob’s IMDB message board for the tip!

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posted by Mar 11, 2013 • Filed in: Fan Submission, Internet/Bloggers, Little Ashes, Movies, Press

Staffer @AZUR_ROSA spotted this find on Rob’s IMDB message board. This was on Google Maps for this address

 4 W 58th St New York, NY 10019, EEUU

And look what showed up in the captured image!

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Memories!

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He’s Versatile

First thing’s first: Pattinson may come off as disaffected as his Twilight counterpart when he’s strolling red carpets, but it’s only because he’s a serious actor looking to leave the celebrity status out of his work. Between the installments of the much-loved franchise, he’s tackled biopics (the Salvador Dali film Little Ashes), realistic dramas (Remember Me) and period spectacles (Water for Elephants). We’ve only seen a sliver of what Pattinson is really capable of, but his willingness to explore a range of stories, themes and characters is proof that he’s more than capable of getting down and dirty in a thriller.

He’s Not the First Pretty Boy to Make the Jump to Thrillers

The road to legitimacy can be a tough one for actors who exploded on to the scene at an early age, but Pattinson is following the right course. Like Matt Damon, who dabbled in high drama with The Talented Mr. Ripley, The Legend of Bagger Vance and All the Pretty Horses before tackling the role of Jason Bourne in The Bourne Identity, Pattinson has established himself as someone with the chops to take on movies that seem “out of his range.” The masses underestimated Damon when he made the jump because he was scrawny and brainy — not a typical action hunk. Pattinson’s in the same boat, but that’s why Hollywood’s finest have personal trainers!

He’s Ready for a Transformation

Speaking of physical makeovers, a role in an military-centric movie provides Pattinson with a much needed motivation to lose his recognizable look. If he’s going to become Eric Maddox, he’s going to have to look the part — and that means dropping his head of hair. And he’ll do it — Pattinson may be reserved in real life, but he’s never strayed away from adapting to a part. Diamond skin may be insane, but he did it because he had to. A shaved head and a few pounds of muscle may be a small detail, but it goes a long way for an actor looking to dispel preconceived notions. Pattinson should have no problem kicking his image into high gear.

He Can Come Alive

Judging from the previous work of director Jean-Stephane Sauvaire (who is set to helm the project), Mission: Black List should be a highly-kinetic, often-frightening dissection of the American occupation and the hunt for Saddam. The movie will require an energized performance from Pattinson, the other end of the spectrum from most of his films. But never forget his time spent in the world of Harry Potter, where the actor was dropped into action as the star player in the Goblet of Fire competition. Heck, he even smiled in that movie! If Black List segues into moments of action, Pattinson seems fit for the task.

He’s Pushing Himself

With Breaking Dawn – Part 2 in the can and ready to be unleashed into the world, Pattinson is planning carefully for the next stage of his career. He could easily play it safe — see Zac Efron in The Lucky One as evidence. But instead, he’s capitalizing on his own draw to collaborate with visionary directors in wild projects. The weirder than weird Cosmopolis, directed by the legendary David Cronenberg, will redefine Pattinson when it hits at Cannes this May and theaters at the end of the year. Mission: Black List should complicate him further. Even if the film is a disaster, if he ends up being entirely miscast, the risk factor is reason enough that Pattinson belongs in the movie. Like his Twilight costar Kristen Stewart, who is also mixing it up in 2012, Pattinson is laying the tracks for a diverse career that will allow him to do whatever he wants in the future. He needs this movie, which means he’ll push himself to make it great.

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posted by Jan 10, 2013 • Filed in: Internet/Bloggers, Little Ashes, Movies, Press, Videos

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