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Interview with a vampire: Twilight’s Robert Pattinson

Wednesday, November 19th, 2008

Twilight Edward Cullen
Robert Pattinson (Twilight’s Edward Cullen) has this indepth interview with Robert Pattinson who plays the gorgeous vampire, Edward Cullen the upcoming Twilight.

Chances are someone in your life is in love with Edward Cullen. It may be your daughter. It could be your tween niece. Perhaps it’s your 50-something coworker. It seems women of all ages are besotted by the fictional hero of Stephenie Meyer’s blockbuster young adult book series, which makes the leap to the big screen this Friday when Twilight opens in theatres.

Not that Edward is your typical teen movie hero. As a 107-year-old vampire, he’s unfailingly polite, resolutely chaste and the picture of chiseled perfection. But in his quest to woo Bella Swan, an ordinary teenage girl, Edward also exhibits a dark side rarely seen in films aimed at the under-18 set. He can be jealous and moody, he sneaks into her room at night to watch her sleep and, oh yeah, he’s constantly fighting his nearly irresistible urge to drain her blood. In other words, he’s no Zac Efron.

“No one seems to see that,” says 22-year-old British actor Robert Pattinson, who plays Edward in the film. “If Edward was not a fictional character and you just met him in reality, you know, he’s one of those guys who’d be like an axe murderer. He’s ultra-polite and really formal all the time and like, ‘Let me open the door! Let me carry the bags!'”

Pattinson shakes his head, adding with a laugh, “Literally, you can just tell he’d freak out one day and shoot someone.”

While the actor is surprised by teen girls’ idolization of his character, he’s downright bewildered when it comes to their obsession with him. Almost overnight, the lanky actor has gone from being known only for playing a minor character in the Harry Potter films to Hollywood’s hottest heartthrob. Though his co-star, Kristen Stewart, is getting some attention for her role as Bella, most of the Twilight fan frenzy has landed squarely on Pattinson’s reluctant shoulders. Last week, an autograph signing at a San Francisco mall was cancelled when the out-of-control crowd left at least one youngster bruised and bloodied, while a recent cast appearance at MuchMusic quickly dissolved into fandemonium, with Pattinson’s soft-spoken answers drowned out by the high-pitched sequels of 2000 girls, some of whom camped out for two days just to catch a glimpse of him.

“I don’t really process it; I just accept it,” he admits from the safe confines of a downtown Toronto hotel hours before the MuchMusic mayhem. “Well, now I do. Before I used to get all overwhelmed and kind of like emotional about it and everything and now I’m just like, I just have a very strange job where I just get put on a plane, sent to somewhere and everyone screams and then I go somewhere else and do it again.”

That’s not to say he’s fully comfortable with his new status as a teen pinup. He readily admits to being astounded at landing the role of Edward – who Meyer describes in the book as “devastatingly, inhumanly beautiful” – and claims he’s too self-conscious to watch himself on film. He’s especially mortified by the thought of seeing Twilight’s pivotal romance scene, in which Edward reveals his immortal secret to Bella by stepping out from the shadows into a sun-drenched meadow to expose his inhuman, sparkly skin.

“That whole scene…just having to take your shirt off for a guy when you’re not exactly like a gym bunny, especially when you’re supposed to be, it was one of the most embarrassing days of my life,” he admits with a cringe, raking his fingers through his trademark messy hair. “So I don’t want to see it. Unless I’m just literally like, you can’t even recognize me as a human, then I don’t want to see it.”

It’s that kind of self-deprecating shyness that makes it easy to understand the attraction he holds for teenage girls. But it’s Pattinson’s insistence on adding depth and layers to the source material – which, no offense to Meyer, is a highly entertaining series that amounts to little more than literary junk food – that is casting a spell on older fans. Much has been made about his clash with the movie studio over his desire to play Edward as a manic depressive, and he openly talks about his determination to steer the film out of fairy tale territory (“I tried to make the end of this more ambivalent but I think people wanted more of a happy ending”). Pattinson admits that he even locked horns with the author herself when they first began discussing his approach to the character.

“[Stephenie] was saying that he was happier than I thought he was and he enjoyed certain aspects of his supernatural abilities, and I just thought he wouldn’t at all,” he explains. “I was just thinking how much, if I was in his position, I’d just think ‘Wow, I can jump really high. Great. But I have to kill people in return.’ But you know, I can see where she was coming from. It’s her creation at the end of the day.”

It will be interesting to see how Pattinson’s commitment to his character’s integrity will come into play if the film spawns sequels (which, judging by Twilight’s brisk ticket pre-sales and inescapable media hype, is almost a sure thing). In the next book in the series, New Moon, Edward (spoiler alert!) leaves Bella a few chapters in, and doesn’t return until near the end. But will the studio – knowing they have in Pattinson teen girl catnip – allow his character to disappear for more than half of the film, or will New Moon be re-jigged to give the audience a glimpse at what Edward was up to on his world travels?

“Oh no, I hope not. I really, really hope not,” Pattinson says with a shudder. “That re-entrance scene, the comeback scene could be really amazing if they just left it the whole time. I haven’t seen the new script, but that’d be silly if they put in little vignettes [about Edward’s whereabouts].”

A Twilight sequel that doesn’t prominently feature Edward Cullen and/or Robert Pattinson? Now that’ll give the girls something to scream about.

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Video Interview: Twilight

Tuesday, November 18th, 2008

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Todd Goldchrist of IGN, interviews three cast member from the upcoming Vampire film, Twilight.

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Twilight Soundtrack Revealed

Monday, October 20th, 2008


Seven songs from the Twilight soundtrack is floating around on the Interwebs.

Few films of the moment are generating as much buzz across the Interwebs as Twilight. The cinematic recreation of Stephenie Meyer’s bestselling novel is catering to every aspect of the fans, but there’s an extra special focus on those with inclinations toward modern music.

To wit the soundtrack for the film is poised to be the sonic movie-tie-in of the year as it features a wide array of artists from Perry Farrell to Muse, on down to Paramore, and Iron & Wine, just to name a few of those involved; it certainly covers all the bases from indie rock to Old School Alternative (although there are no rap tracks) and even provides music that was written specifically for the film.

Twilight Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Track Listing

1. Supermassive Black Hole (Muse)
2. Decode (Paramore)
3. Full Moon (The Black Ghosts)
4. Leave Out All The Rest (Linkin Park)
5. Spotlight(Twilight Mix) (MuteMath)
6. Go All The Way(Into The Twilight) (Perry Farrell)
7. Tremble For My Beloved (Collective Soul)
8. I Caught Myself (Paramore)
9. Eyes On Fire (Blue Foundation)
10. Never Think (Rob Pattinson)
11. Flightless Bird, American Mouth (Iron & Wine)
12. Bella’s Lullaby (Carter Burwell)

As can be expected bits and pieces of the soundtrack have already emerged on the ether, with YouTube being the primary outlet.

We were able to track down no less than 7 of the album’s 12 tracks. And while we’re not sure if these are indeed official leaks, they certainly sound like they could be (it should be noted that there are other leaks out there, but these seemed to be of the same quality and were posted by the same source).

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Twilight Sequel Buzz

Wednesday, October 15th, 2008

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The release of Twilight is one month away and already there is a buzz about a sequel.

Twilight is still over a month away from release, but there’s reportedly movement already under way on the sequel to the screen adaptation of the Stephenie Meyer bestseller.

According to Nikki Finke’s Deadline Hollywood Daily, “Summit Entertainment’s CEO Rob Friedman is already readying a Twilight sequel.” Finke cites Twilight’s pre-release success — from the pre-orders for its forthcoming soundtrack to the new trailer’s views at MySpace — as all the reason that Summit needs to justify starting development on a sequel before the first film is even released.

As Finke points out, Twilight’s $37 million budget and relatively low P&A costs versus its passionate built-in audience make it an inexpensive blockbuster in the making and a no-brainer franchise starter.

The second book in Meyer’s Twilight series is New Moon. Meyer’s official site has the following synopsis: “For Bella Swan, there is one thing more important than life itself: Edward Cullen. But being in love with a vampire is even more dangerous than Bella could ever have imagined. Edward has already rescued Bella from the clutches of one evil vampire, but now, as their daring relationship threatens all that is near and dear to them, they realize their troubles may be just beginning…”

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New Twilight Trailer

Friday, October 10th, 2008

New Twilight One Sheet

This is the latest poster for the upcoming Twilight movie. Twilight arrives in theaters, November 21, 2008. Also check out the full new trailer from Summit Entertainment.

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Perry Farrell Fades Into Twilight

Wednesday, October 1st, 2008

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Current Satellite Party frontman has written a new song for the upcoming vampire film, Twilight:

Former Jane’s Addiction and Porno For Pyros and current Satellite Party frontman Perry Farrell has gotten wrapped up in the Twilight mystique.

Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke, (Lords of Doggtown<) approached Farrell about working on a song for the film.

As a result, the singer/DJ penned a new song entitled “Go All The Way,” which will be featured in a crucial scene in the film.

“The song conjures up that adolescent feeling when a young man, whose been pursuing a girl he really likes, finally gets her,” explains Farrell. “It’s about the intense emotions when they go all the way.”

“Go All The Way” was produced by Atticus Ross (NIN) and mixed by Alan Moulder (Smashing Pumpkins, U2).

The new track will also appear on the movie’s soundtrack, which is due out on November 4th, 2008. The film opens on November 21st.

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Wednesday, September 24th, 2008


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