January 17th, 2011

MORE 'Water for Elephants' Set Photos!


Fear not Twihards the cuts and bruises you see on the dreamy Robert Pattinson’s face are all just part of that movie magic. We snapped these pictures of our favorite vampire doing re-shoots for his upcoming new movie Water for Elephants. RPattz stars alongside Oscar winner Reese Witherspoon in the movie, based on a best selling book, which is due out in April. 

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Rob makes the after-party circuit for the Golden Globes


HBO Golden Globe Awards Official After Party

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8:16 p.m. Robert Pattinson is escorted by two security guards down a staircase and into the party. 9:55 p.m. Robert Pattinson and Andrew Garfield hug. Garfield's girlfriend, Shannon Woodward (Raising Hope), takes a seat nearby as the two talk. Pattinson's two bodyguards are still in tow even though, surprisingly, the actor is not being swarmed by photo requests.

Robert Pattinson is not ready for his close up. 
Or at least he wasn't, according to his security guy, who shut down partygoers with cameras at HBO's post-Globes bash. After he presented at the Globes, Rob hit HBO's poolside party and was hanging with fellow Brit Andrew Garfield. But when one person was going to ask if they could take a photo... His guard jumped in as soon as he saw them take out their camera. "He's not taking any photos," the gruff guard said, telling them to put the camera away. While Rob himself seemed to be in great spirits, we can't say the same for his security guard. Maybe he should have had one of the Heinekens Rob was throwing back himself.
The Bagger did run into Andrew Garfield by the pool at HBO, but he waved off our tape recorder. “You want a scoop?” he said. “You’re going in the pool!” He aimed to push us in jokingly, as his girlfriend, Shannon Woodward (the TV series “Raising Hope”), protested. Then Robert Pattinson came over and things got really off the record. (Attention tweens: Mr. Garfield, star of “The Social Network” and the forthcoming “Spider-Man,” and Mr. Pattinson did exchange numbers.) 

Robert Pattinson stopped Ricky Gervais on his way in to tell him his performance was "perfect". Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson joined their conversation and all four were soon laughing hysterically. 
InStyle/Warner Brothers Golden Globes Party 

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Rob talks to Access Hollywood at the Golden Globes

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Robert Pattison had a new look when he turned up at the Golden Globes on Sunday – red-tinted hair. “Your hair is a different color,” Access Hollywood’s Shaun Robinson noted when Robert hit Access’ Golden Globes red carpet platform. I know,” Robert laughed. “I’ve been trying to figure it out.”

Robert hinted that his hair color change had to do with his various projects – the next “Twilight Saga” installment – “Breaking Dawn: Part I” – and the upcoming “Water for Elephants.”

“It’s a different color in ‘Twilight’ than it is in ‘Water For Elephants’ so I had to do a kind of rush dye job on it,” he continued. “Did you do it yourself?” Shaun asked “Just like some mousse… isn’t it amazing?” he laughed.

“Breaking Dawn” won’t be out until November 18, but a photo surfaced online on Sunday, showing Robert and his co-star, Kristen Stewart, embracing in bed as Edward and Bella. “Ooh,” Robert said when Shaun whipped out the picture.

“I just saw this today for the first time,” Robert continued. “Very pretty… It’s funny that’s the first picture they released… Kind of giving it away a little bit.”
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Rob is seriously funny says Olivia Wilde


At the Weinstein/Relativity bash, the gorgeous "House" brunet chatted briefly with the Ministry (carefully standing on the perimeter of her epic Marchesa dress) about presenting an award with the "Twilight Saga" star at Sunday's Golden Globes.

"We laughed so much," she said of her moments with Pattinson before presenting the award for best foreign film. "He's seriously one of the funniest people."

Robert Pattinson shows off new red hair at Golden Globes


Sexy yes, but transformational?...this is a transformation

One of Hollywood’s most-watched heads of hair has undergone yet another transformation. Twilight heartthrob Robert Pattinson debuted a new red-tinted style at the Golden Globes on Sunday. And while reviews were generally positive, the actor, 24, while stopping short of calling it an accident, told Access Hollywood that the new shade wasn’t exactly intentional. “It’s a different color in Twilight than it is in Water for Elephants, so I had to do a rush dye job,” he explained with a laugh. So, he did it himself? “Just like some mousse,” he said. “Isn’t it amazing?”


Rob & Bill Condon talk to LA Times about the Twilight finale - "the end of an era"


Public speaking has never been Robert Pattinson’s favorite part of his job. But presenting the Golden Globe to director Susanne Bier for her drama “In a Better World” Sunday night proved to be a welcome respite for the actor, who’s knee deep in the middle of filming “Breaking Dawn,” the final installment of the “Twilight” saga, which will be split into two parts.

“It’s been really hard shooting both films at the same time,” admitted the 24-year-old star, moments before he had run backstage to present his award with “Tron” star Olivia Wilde. “But it’s the end of an era.”

That era certainly will be one that Summit Entertainment, the films’ distributor, not to mention the franchise’s devoted fans, will be sorry to see go. Starting with 2008’s “Twilight,” the fantasy romance that first saw Pattinson’s handsome, brooding vampire encounter his mortal love, Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart), the movie series has taken in roughly $1.8 billion at the worldwide box office, as audiences lined up to see Swan wrestle with her feelings for her immortal boyfriend and her best friend, Jacob (Taylor Lautner), a werewolf, over the course of the next two films, 2009's "The Twilight Saga: New Moon" and 2010's "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse."

At the start of the first part of “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn,” Bella consents to Edward’s marriage proposal — Edward’s condition if he is to grant Bella’s request that he transform her into a vampire — and the young couple are wed before heading to a remote island getaway for a honeymoon.

Speaking by phone this month, director Bill Condon, who’s helming both installments of the finale, said he has been thrilled with what he’s seen from his leads. “All the characters are moving [in this chapter]," he said. "It’s really about the passage from adolescence to adulthood, and they all seem energized by that. It’s the stuff they are all connecting to in their lives.”
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