posted by Nov 17, 2014 • Filed in: Fan Submission, Internet/Bloggers, Newspaper, Photos, 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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Cronenberg puts Pattison back inside limo

TORONTO — For Robert Pattinson, working with a director like David Cronenberg is an emphatic departure from the Twilight world of brooding, sexy vampires.

But then again, the English actor’s role in Maps to the Stars does represent a certain redundancy. He is again placed in a limousine, where he spent almost the entirety of Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis as a billionaire financier on a slow road to ruin. This time, Pattinson is in the driver’s seat as a Hollywood wannabe actor-screenwriter, who at one point is contemplating joining the Church of Scientology “as a career move.”

The Free Press spoke with Pattinson about Round 2 with Cronenberg:

FP: So, again with the limo sex?

RP: Yeah, it’s weird. Apparently, Cosmopolis was just the audition for this one. I’m thinking that’s what I’m going to use as my head shot: me leaning out of the limo window.

FP: David Cronenberg likes to use certain actors, such as Viggo Mortensen and Jeremy Irons, more than once. Do you have to have a certain rapport to be a member of that club?

RP: I think it was just luck at the beginning. I really get on with him. He’s a really nice person, and he’s fun to be around. I did consider that he likes to use the same cast for years and years, so that’s my welfare cheque.

FP: It must be gratifying that he sees you playing roles as different as a solitary, somewhat unhinged billionaire in Cosmopolis and as a hungry Hollywood wannabe in Maps to the Stars.

RP: Very different characters, yes, but both in limos and both in black suits. That’s got to be the through line. I’m thinking in the next one, I’m going to be run over by a limo.

FP: You live in Los Angeles, so do you recognize the reality of this movie?

RP: Definitely. Some of the characters seem to be archetypes, but I’ve met a lot of them. I remember certain scenes, like the scenes with all the young actors when they’re all bitching about each other. That really reminded me of when I first started coming to L.A., before camera phones, when you would go to nightclubs and there would be really famous 15-year-olds and you could see them openly drinking and it was so weird. There was like a different set of rules. But now it’s not the same anymore, because kids in bars get found out immediately. But I remember coming from England and seeing that, because I was still not being let into clubs in England when I was 20 and here, there were kids drinking!

FP: Are you more comfortable in an ensemble as opposed to carrying the movie as in Cosmopolis?

RP: On something like this, there’s obviously a lot less pressure, so I like it a lot. When you don’t have to drive the movie forward, it’s not as hard a decision to make.

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posted by Oct 14, 2014 • Filed in: Fan Submission, Internet/Bloggers, Movies, Newspaper, Press, The Rover, Videos



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As you may know by now, Lizzy Pattinson is a contestant in the X Factor UK program and has been selected at boot camp, leading her to the judges house. Simon Cowell’s group has been invited in Los Angeles to compete and know who will be selected for the live shows. Rumor had it that Rob being in LA at the time decided to apparently invit all the contestants to a nice night out in LA…

Previously, this was reported:

After the six had finished a long day of auditioning for Simon and music legend Sinitta, the group hit the bars of Hollywood with their new (famous) friend who insisted on getting the rounds in.

According to The Sun, generous R-Patz wouldn’t let any of the singing hopefuls – Lizzy, Fleur East, Ben Haenow, Jay James, Helen Fulthorpe and Stevi Ritchie — put their hand in their pockets to pay for drinks.

An insider told the paper: “Lizzy was really hoping she would get to meet up with her brother when she was out in LA, but he has such a hectic schedule.

“After their auditions on Saturday, he got in touch and wanted to take them all out. He bought them Jägerbombs and wouldn’t let them put their hands in their pocket all night.

“He spent a lot of time chatting to Fleur. Obviously he was really keen to catch up with Lizzy as well.

“It was one of the highlights of their trip.”

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And now, contestant’s tweets (Helen Fulthorpe) denied (or not) it all (some following tweets have been deleted):





We would like to thank @HFulthorpe for the chat and clarification, hoping her the best in the X Factor UK adventure ;)

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