Rob tries to explain to Goz why he won't be burning his shirt anytime soon. I don't think she's gonna listen Rob.
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Thanks to Tara for sharing those fan pics and her great fan account with Rob
Then it finally stopped and we thought “woo yeah it’s gonna be alright when Rob comes!”… it wasn’t. We had to wait just over an hour in the horrid weather but Mr. Pattinson finally came! Rob came out and was such a gentleman; it was pouring rain and I had my Bella and Edward’s wedding invite that I got from the BDP1 midnight session with me for him to sign, but it was all wet from the rain Rob couldn’t sign it. It was so funny cause when he saw it he was like, “Wow, that’s so cool. Where did you get that? Did you steal it?” ahsbdbdjdbdjeje. Rob was so adorable, because it was wet and he couldn’t sign it he was so concerned that I couldn’t get his autograph so he asked his security for a piece of paper and signed that for me and I got two photos :’) Then I went around and got more photos of his flawless face and another autograph.
Rob went around and made sure he signed every autograph and that everyone had a chance to meet him, always the gentleman. Nova also interviewed us twice! (We heard ourselves on the bus on the way back haha). We then went inside the hall and it was decorated incredibly! Everyone had a colour assigned to them on their lanyard and it was a circular thing with four diffferent coloured corners and there was fake snow when you walked in and people dressed as the Volturi with wolves (they were actually just huskies). They had food and drinks and it was just perfect ugh.
Before the Q&A started Ben Hazelwood from The Voice performed a couple of songs while Rob signed autographs for all the fans outside. Then Lizzy Lovette came out and introduced Rob! The Q&A was great, Rob is so funny. We weren’t allowed to film (although I did catch a few sneaky people, but I didn’t want to risk it), but there was someone professionally filming it at the back, so I’m guessing that’ll surface on the internet sooner or later. One of my favourite parts from the Q&A was when Rob was asked what he would be doing if he wasn’t acting, to which he replied, “designing lingerie,” hahaha oh Rob. I was sitting on the little runway during the Q&A, directly in front of Rob and we made eye contact so many times, it was beautiful. As the Q&A was about to finish, the security guard asked me to move off the runway and I knew they were gonna walk on it. So as Rob passed me I asked for a hifive and he gave me one and kind of grabbed my hand so I latched onto his and we held hands for like two seconds and stared into eachothers eyes, it was magical /swoon.
Rob and Lizzy went too another stage where there was a big screen and we got to see about 10 minutes of Breaking Dawn Part 2, there were three different clips. I’m not going to spoil anything, but those clips looked AMAZING! Rob introduced the clips then sadly had to leave the building.
All in all it was a perfect day and I’m still having to pinch myself because I can’t believe it actually happened! Thank you to Hoyts and Nova for giving me the chance to have this experience!
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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 promotion is ramping up, and Gossip Cop has the latest on the cast’s upcoming talk show appearances.
Gossip Cop has now exclusively confirmed the following dates:
November 5 – Robert Pattinson on “Jimmy Kimmel Live”
November 9 – Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner on “Ellen” (taping November 5)
November 8 - Robert Pattinson on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon"
November 7 - Robert Pattinson on the "Today Show"
November 8 - Robert Pattinson on "Live with Kelly and Michael"
Thank you Irene. I was looking through the dates thinking that I missed all of them! I guess I'm still sleepy! The rain and winds kept me up last night. I was afraid the roof was going to blow off the house. I'm going to work my way through all of your posts later. Thanks again - you are a dear.
Has Edward evolved in this final movie?
He’s definitely more relaxed than in Breaking Dawn Part 2, but as soon as Bella becomes a vampire, he loses balance. Everything is new again. He never really understood her before, and now she’s his equal, and even then he still doesn’t get her. She’s stronger than him and she’s completely unpredictable. She’s the hyper version of who she was before. He’s trying to decipher her, and in a way it makes him seem younger. He’s very excited.(Kate: Ooooooh excited Edward makes me excited!)
What’s it like for a man to meet a very strong woman?
In general?? (laughs)
On and off screen, what’s your experience been like?
Everybody can be strong, it just depends who you are. I react to certain things because I’m too sensitive and I never want to offend anybody. I find it fascinating when there’s someone who’s not afraid to express their views out loud, not caring what other people say.
Is it hard to defend your position when you’re so sensitive?
Not if you know who you are. Sometimes it’s easier to be more sensitive because you’re more aware of what you’re thinking.
Have you had the chance to reflect on these four years, going back to the first film?
Yes, sometimes. I’m still young. I’m still trying to run my life, so there’s not much time to reflect. I feel like someone just put me in charge of a train that is out of control, and I’m finally learning how to be in charge of it. It’s hard to deal and accept what’s happened.
Has Twilight helped you change the way you see love? Do you think it changes through out life?
I haven’t really thought about that. I don’t think it’s changed that much. I don’t think the way you see it changes much. You make your decisions, and it depends on the person you fall in love with anyway.
Did you give advice you Kristen on how to play a vampire?
She can manage on her own.
What’s your favorite scene in the movie?
It’s this dialogue that I find hilarious. Taylor goes up to Benjamin, who can control the elements, and he’s making fire and he asks him “Are you going to play around with that all night or are you actually going to use it?” (he cracks up loudly) “but you can’t see the guy, it’s hilarious,” (he cracks up again).
That’s what we love about Rob. He’s smiley and loves to laugh. That’s why we’re Team Edward.
eOnline: Smell you, Robert Pattinson!
E! News can exclusively reveal that the Twilight star has signed a mega-deal with Christian Dior.
Pattinson will star in a series of ad campaigns for the French fashion house’s line of men’s fragrances.
“Rob likes the brand,” reports a source, who estimates the deal at being worth close to $12 million for three years.
Other celebs who have endorsed Dior fragrances include Jude Law, Charlize Theron and Natalie Portman, who appeared in a controversial topless ad last year.
R.Pattz is no stranger to Dior. He’s hit the red carpet in several different Dior Homme looks, including a tuxedo at this year’s Cannes Film Festival and jeans at the Teen Choice Awards.
You worked with Robert Pattinson? How was it to work with the star?
It seems at the same time that Rob Pattinson ... I was interested in Robert because the same, I think he has in real life, he has a great personality and that's why he's so famous today. That's why everybody likes him like this because he's so unique and I'm really interested working with this guy because... and I saw Cosmopolis for example, his last film, and I think he did a great performance, you know, he's amazing in the film, he's totally different as in real life, at the same time you believed his character. I mean he's amazing and the character he has to do in my film, in 'Mission Blacklist', it's a tough character, I mean it's not at all what we can imagine from Rob Pattinson, or what we know about this guy so it's gonna be really interesting I'm sure he's gonna be great because he's really intense and he has this ... I know that he is a great actor inside, I'm really excited in working with him on this film and we're gonna do the same, you know living in Iraq, doing some rehearsals and as it's based on a true story we're gonna work with Eric Maddox, who's the real person on which is based the story so it's gonna be interesting to mix work with as well Iraqi non (or known?) professional actors because the film is in Iraq, it () during the war, I want to, the same, you know, in being between fiction and documentary.
So you go on the lines, on the borderlines? You have no problem to go borderlines? You know to do, to shoot a movie in Iraq?
I think to do a good movie, to do a movie you need to take risks, if you know before anything, if you calculate everything ... we don't know how to do good movies so I think it's important to take risks, and try to find different ways of making films actually, not doing all the same, that's maybe a punk attitude as well but not doing as everybody's doing, same number of days of shooting, same coût?(cost in french), same kind of set, of (???). No, we have to try to change, it can be like doing a film with three people, something with like a 100 people in a coût?, whatever, I mean trying to imagine some different stuff, even different way of walking with the actors and different way of shooting the film, that's what really interest me. That's why I walked so long as an A.D (Assistant Director), as well as trying to (???). That's a French film but we can, it's not the same script so we have to find a way of doing the film differently, as any film, you know. Even on the way you shoot the film so going in Iraq for me it's really important because it's gonna be like so different shooting there as shooting in LA in a studio for example for the actors, I mean being there and understand how it was and meeting the Iraqis who are like unique and intense and great people and understand this culture and everything, I think it's part of the process.
It's alright to know some different worlds and different countries and meeting different people, for example on this film with Pattinson, you know I spent like 5 weeks in Iraq, living in Saddam Hussein palaces and when I was there I say 'wow'. I mean that's why I really love making movies, you know. How could I have been sleeping in Saddam Hussein's palace if I was not director, if I wasn't working on this film. I would have never been maybe to Iraq and it was great to be there and to understand the Iraqis and to meet the Iraqis.
Q: What is it like to arrive at the end of Twilight?Scans | Translation
Kristen Stewart: It's very strange. We know there are plenty of people that we will never see again, it's a bit like the end of high school. It was great, but something new is waiting for us, perhaps something even bigger.
Stephenie Meyer: No, that I do not believe it. (laughs) I just hope that the fans will love the end as they liked the first four films. Personally, I was eager to see what would give Bella as a vampire. Kristen is great, the scenes are really cool.
KS: I also can not wait for it to happen. Twilight vampires are truly unique. When we are transformed, everything is amplified when, as humans, we already have special abilities, they are exacerbated.
Robert Pattinson: I'm very happy, not that it stops, but that it is reaching the end. I remember when we shot the first movie, we were all stressed out by the idea that there would be no success and that we wouldn't shoot more of the saga. Then we saw the popularity it has suscited and the fan support has never dried up, even after four films. It is an extraordinary adventure that we have experienced, I am happy to be a part of it.
Q: What will you miss?
KS: Probably the fans, they were passionate, they have supported us all these years. There are very few films that generate much enthusiasm from the public. It's amazing to live such a phenomenon.
Q: What you liked the most?
SM: See Kristen, Rob, Taylor, Mackenzie and all of the others given life to my characters.
KS: I love my character Bella, the way it is, it evolves. She is the coolest girl in the saga.
Q: The relationship between Bella and Edward changed radically in the last film, can you tell us?
RP: Edward has always been surprised by the attitude of Bella for the first four movies ! Is he more surprised now that this she is a vampire? I'm not sure. What changes the most is that they are now equal. he should no longer protect her all the time, she won't be able to die. On the other hand, it is a newborn, she is fierce and can kill anyone if she can not control it. Edward will need to help her and teach her how to act a vampire. They will get closer as a couple. They know they will now be able to spend eternity together ... Finally, if the Volturi permit it.
KS: They will form a true couple. Bella transformation may be what dedicated their union, even more than marriage. The presence of Renesmee will also make them evolve at once. They are parents, and given the speed at which their daughter grows up, they will quickly take over their duty.
SM: Bella and Edward love their daughter, but everyone is wary of her. It affects the look they have towards her. Did they create a monster hiding behind the face of an angel?