October 5th, 2010 / 9 Comments


You know we normally don’t like to tease, but it’s possible that this is either true or that Peter McDougall knows how to get attention to his screenplay by mentioning the name we want to hear “Robert Pattinson”.  Anyway, the movie sounds great so I hope Rob is on board.  If he’s not – well there’s bound to be something on the horizon soon – very very soon.  Thanks to pattinsonlife for the tip.

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In an interview with the Herald Scotland, playwright, Peter McDougall states that he’s written a screenplay for the James Hogg novel “The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner” and that Rob currently has a copy of it.  The article says:

“McDougall has written a screenplay of James Hogg’s Confessions of a Justified Sinner. “I’ve got Tommy Gormley, who’s directing in America now, (Star Trek, Independence Day) and people such as Patrick Doyle agreeing to do the music, and Connolly and Coltrane have agreed to put their names to it. It’s currently with Twilight star Robert Pattinson, and Kelly MacDonald, who are looking at it. If Pattinson agrees it should go ahead.”

If you want to read the full McDougall article, then click on the link.  In the meantime, here’s the plot summary for then ovel from Amazon:

“One of the supreme masterpieces of Romantic fiction and Scottish literature, The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner is a terrifying tale of murder and amorality, and of one man’s descent into madness and despair. James Hogg’s sardonic novel follows a young man who, falling under the spell of a mysterious stranger who bears an uncanny likeness to himself, embarks on a career as a serial murderer. The memoirs are presented by a narrator whose attempts to explain the story only succeed in intensifying its more baffling and bizarre aspects. Is the young man the victim of a psychotic delusion, or has he been tempted by the devil to wage war against God’s enemies? The authoritative and lively introduction by Ian Duncan covers the full range of historical and religious themes and contexts, offers a richer and more accurate consideration of the novel’s relation to Romantic fiction than found elsewhere, and sheds new light on the novel’s treatment of fanaticism. Copious notes identify the novel’s historical, biblical, theological, and literary allusions.”

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June 23rd, 2009 / 15 Comments


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Just taking a break from the Remember Me set pictures (never fear, there will be more to come lol) Maria & myself are very excited to announce that the updates to our FILMS section are now complete. We now have individual pages for each  of Rob’s past, current & also future projects.

Please go & visit our FILMS section & tell us what you think. You can do this by clicking here or you can always access this page by clicking on the ‘FILMS” tab on the site banner which is located at the top of the page. Please let us know what you think, as always we love to hear from you all.

May 20th, 2009 / 1 Comment


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Wow, Rob is getting really busy. Way to go, Rob – for using the opportunity Twilight has given you, to try different roles and make the most out of it. I am starting to respect your management a lot more.

Anyway, here is what Variety has to say about Rob in his next role in ‘Bel Ami’:

“Twilight” star Rob Pattinson, in Cannes to promote “Remember Me,” skedded for a Feb. 12 domestic release, will star in an adaptation of Guy de Maupassant’s short story “Bel Ami.”

Uberto Pasolini is producing through his shingle Redwave Films. Pic is skedded to shoot in Paris next year with London legit director Declan Donnellan set to make his film debut. “It’s a totally amoral character,” Pattinson said, explaining that it’s a quite different role for him.

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May 11th, 2009 / 1 Comment


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Amanda Bell from Examiner.com is saying that “Instead of being listed as “optioned property” on IMDb Pro, Breaking Dawn is now in “script,” and “[p]lanning to start in late spring 2010.”  Well that kind of backs up Rob’s comments on the ET interview when he said he was booked up for the next year.  Okay – let’s just speculate for a moment.

Rob’s finishing up on New Moon in a few weeks, then he’s off to New York for Memoirs/Remember Me (sorry I prefer the original title and am having trouble letting go), then he’s back in “crazy town” for Eclipse up until November.  Hopefully he’s off home to London for Christmas since he usually gives himself a holiday in December.  Then it looks like he’s probably back in Feb/March to rehearse for Breaking Dawn which should take him to end of Spring and finally off to Paris in the summer to shoot Bel Ami.  Phew – have I got it all because I’m exhausted just thinking about it and I’m not even including any of the premieres for these films (you better be coming to Oz) or press junkets.  Rob – I hope somewhere in between all of this you get the time to finish composing that soundtrack you so happily hinted at – not that I”m trying to jinx you – we so want to hear more of your music.

Well as I said, I’m only speculating since Breaking Dawn and Bel Ami haven’t been officially confirmed yet (Rob you’re looking mighty suspicious – what aren’t you telling us).  You can read Amanda’s full article by clicking here.

April 28th, 2009 / 3 Comments


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It seems like everyone is now talking about Rob being the leading man in ‘Remember Me’. Although reading another article about this seemed to make this more ‘official’, after the ‘Parts Per Billion’ fiasco, I’ve learnt to be a lot more cautious.(I’m actually lying though, I’m REALLY REALLY excited).

Here is  the latest from the MTV Movie Blog:

While Robert Pattinson is deep into filming the “Twilight” sequel “New Moon” for Summit Entertainment, the studio has tapped the 22-year-old British star for another project about star-crossed lovers.

Pattinson will play the lead role in “Remember Me,” a story of a young couple whose burgeoning relationship is complicated by a succession of family tragedies that test their bond, according to Screen Daily.com. The makers of the film, which had previously been titled “Memoirs,”have not yet settled on which actress who will play Pattinson’s love interest.

To read the rest of the article, please click here.

April 27th, 2009 / 2 Comments


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Thanks to Pattinson Anonymous, we have more news about Rob’s role in ‘Memoirs’. A reliable source who has already read the script was kind enough to answer some fan questions on the Pattinson Anonymous site.

Maria has already mentioned on a previous post that Rob is going to be involved in this project in between shooting ‘New Moon’ and ‘Eclipse’. He plays Tyler Roth, the lead character who is a college student in his early 20s.

Here are some of the questions:

Q: This character sounds a bit like a cross between Art in How To Be and maybe that character he was supposed to play in Parts Per Billion. Is he?

A: Well, I’ve never seen a script for Parts Per Billion, so I can’t comment on that, but I’d say Tyler is definitely a departure from Art. The character Art is someone insecure and on a quest to “be normal” in a lot of ways. Tyler is far more confident and who is basically a normal college student. He’s just dealing with some heavy stuff.

Q: What are Tyler’s mother and step dad like?

A: Tyler’s mom is a pretty typical divorced parent. She gets overwhelmed with her ex sometimes, and there’s certainly tension there, but she gets along well with her children. Les, Tyler’s step dad, is almost the polar opposite of Tyler’s dad. He’s a professor, a bit of a hippie, and a free spirit.

To read more, please click here .

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