posted by • February 7th, 2014 • Comments Off

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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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posted by • January 23rd, 2014 • Comments Off

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Disc: 1
1. Bella’s Lullaby (Twilight Soundtrack Version) – Carter Burwell
2. A Thousand Years – Christina Perri
3. Meet Me On The Equinox – Death Cab For Cutie
4. New Moon (The Meadow) – Alexandre Desplat
5. Flightless Bird, American Mouth (Wedding Version) – Iron & Wine
6. My Love – Sia
7. Life On Earth – Band Of Horses
8. Love Will Take You – Angus & Julia Stone
9. Eyes On Fire (Twilight Soundtrack Version) – Blue Foundation
10. Turning Page – Sleeping At Last
11. What Part Of Forever – Ceelo Green
12. Possibility – Lykke Li
13. From Now On – The Features
14. Ghosts – James Vincent Mcmorrow
15. Monsters – Hurricane Bells
16. Let’s Get Lost – Beck And Bat For Lashes
17. Eclipse (All Yours) – Metric

Disc: 2
1. Jacob’s Theme – Howard Shore
2. It Will Rain – Bruno Mars
3. A Million Miles An Hour – Eastern Conference Champions
4. Full Moon (Twilight Soundtrack Version) – The Black Ghosts
5. I Didn’t Mean It – The Belle Brigade
6. Shooting The Moon – Ok Go
7. Northern Lights – Cider Sky
8. The Forgotten – Green Day
9. Solar Midnite – Lupe Fiasco
10. All I Believe In – The Magic Numbers And Amadou & Mariam
11. Neighbors – Theophilus London
12. Friends – Band Of Skulls
13. Atlas – Fanfarlo
14. Ours – The Bravery
15. The Line – Battles
16. Slow Life [With Victoria Legrand] – Grizzly Bear
17. Requiem On Water – Imperial Mammoth

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posted by • January 14th, 2014 • Comments Off

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posted by • December 31st, 2013 • Comments Off

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Who wants to join me and my friends here for NYE? Josh certainly looks festive, right? haha. Happy New Years!

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posted by • December 23rd, 2013 • Comments Off

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Most Liked Rant By Midnight Jan. 7 Wins Free ‘Twilight Forever’ 10-Disc BluRay Set ($75 value)!

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posted by • December 7th, 2013 • Comments Off

ROBERT PATTINSON on ELLE Singapore, Dec issue, mention Bear &Bernie.

IT’S A MAN’S WORLD

Dior’s newest ambassador, heartthrob Robert Pattinson, sheds light on fame and success. By Vanessa Chia

Chanelling a young James Dean int the new Dior Homme television campaign, actor Robert Pattinson broods, gazes into the distance and steals our hearts, all while doing what he does best : Being himself.

Q: Twilight brought you fame, Cosmopolis changed your imaged, and now French filmmaker Romain Gavras’ The Film for Dior Homme’s television campaign is giving your career another unexpected turn. How truly ‘sweet’ is the smell of success for?

RP : Being an actor is weird thing and one’s idea of success, strangely enough, changes over the years. But there is the ‘sweet’ side of success : I don’t have to worry and work just fos the money, for a few years at least. I have an enormous amount of respect for films, so I’m now trying to use whatever time, energy and influence I have to actually make interesting choices which no one else making. I just said I was ‘trying’, but it’s funny, you know : I don’t really feel like I have been successful yet. But there is something about Dior that’s very close to my present state of mind : it’s almost aggressively independent, and that is what I am trying to do with everything of my life.

Q: What was like working with Ganvras on the campaign for Dior Homme?

RP : I kind of relaxed into (it). It also had a lot to do with the way he encourages you to just be yourself. He kept saying ‘Just go, go, go!’ until you let go, literally. By the end, I was so much into it that I wished we could shoot for a few more weeks, put some dialogue in and just make it into a movie!

Q: You’ve worked with many great directors – are there any other directors you want to work with?

RP : Chris Cunningham, for sure. And Jacques Audiard is another director I have wanted to work with forever, in an incredibly selfish way : He is literally the best for young actors my ages. He just kind of understands. He has a certain idea of masculinity, which I think is very contemporary. When I saw Romain Duris’s performance in : ‘The Beat That My Heart Skipped ( De Batter Mon Coeur S’est Artêté), I thought I was close to my perception of masculinity in a funny sort way. Duris’s character is strugglin, yet he is not afraid to have his emotions all over the place. He does not regard being sensitive as being weak. He just learn to listen. That film is an amazing coming-of-age-story.

ROB’S FAVES:

Q : Relaxation spot?
ROB : The English countryside
Q : Literature?
ROB : Anything by Martin Amis.
Q : Music, Musician or Band?
ROB : Probably Van Morrison
Q : Moment of the day?
ROB : That changes, depending on what I did the day before.
Q : Pastime?
ROB : I don’t really have any. But probably something to do with music.
Q : Animal?
ROB : My two dogs.
Q : Word?
ROB : YES!

Dior Homme, from S$95, is available at all Dior counters.

Thank you @babysky8!

posted by • November 27th, 2013 • Comments Off

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posted by • November 27th, 2013 • Comments Off

Could “The Twilight Saga” fans ever imagine Kristen Stewart pining away for an Edward Cullen played by Kellan Lutz – because the actor was sought after for the role played by Robert Pattinson, but turned it down.

“The role just didn’t… I just didn’t care to entertain it,” Kellan said on Monday’s Access Hollywood Live.

“I really wanted to play a happy role or no role for a little bit,” he told Billy Bush and Kit Hoover, explaining that his role in “Generation Kill” left him wanting something more upbeat.

“I didn’t care to audition for [the role of Edward] because he was a bit moody and emotionally challenged,” the 28-year-old, who played Edward’s brother, Emmett Cullen, in the series, continued.

“But then I loved Emmett… I’m so blessed to have been able to play him,” he said.

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posted by • November 22nd, 2013 • Comments Off

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posted by • November 20th, 2013 • Comments Off

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Best known for: “Twilight” saga
Twilight Character: Edward Cullen
Non-Twilight highlight: “Cosmopolis”
Why: It’s been rocky at the box office for Pattinson since he first broke through with the first “Twilight,” but he does have the hit drama “Water for Elephants” to his credit. He’s smartly focusing on his prestige credentials by reuniting with David Cronenberg on “Maps to the Stars” and is expected to appear in James Gray’s “The Lost City of Z” opposite Benedict Cumberbatch. At 27 he has more than enough time to return to Hollywood studio flicks, when he’s good and ready.
-Gregory Ellwood

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