April 8th, 2011

Rob interview w/Madame Le Figaro (France)

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At 25, the most famous vampire of the world away from the "twilight" zone for other horizons. In Water for Elephants, he plays a healer of elephants caught in a tumultuous love story. Confessions of a Hollywood idol with teeth not so long and broad-minded.

It is a lunar be receiving in his suite at the Four Seasons in Los Angeles. A long skinny figure, a pale complexion, blue eyes, melancholy and the right hand disciplining her hair disheveled, Robert Pattinson always seems caught in some silent reverie whose extirpent his interlocutors. Courtois, British until the end of its Dr. Martens expertly unlaced, he then resumed the course of her earthly life. A life that the tabloids identify any event: a kiss to Kristen Stewart on the set of Twilight, Revelation , Rio de Janeiro, a birthday party at a friend's arrival at Vancouver Airport, the acquisition of a dog whose Twitter echoes ... His life is chronicled in real time, you almost forget he is an actor. But at 25, the dandy vampire tries to make the thickness. He is preparing to tour with David Cronenberg in Cosmopolis , the adaptation of the cult novel by Don DeLillo, and is found in May in Water for Elephants *, opposite Reese Witherspoon and disturbing Christoph Waltz ( Quentin Tarantino revealed in Inglourious Basterds) , in the role of a healer of animals crazy in love with a beautiful married woman. Enigmatic encounter with an icon, a young man and old school trend, rebel and conformist, a beautiful aristocrat punk girls flowers. In theaters May 4 (France)

Madame Figaro. - You shoot a lot. Besides the last two episodes of the saga Twilight , you'll see in June in Bel Ami , Declan Donnellan and Nick Ormerod, and soon in Water for Elephants , by Francis Lawrence. What attracted you in the role of Jacob Jankowski, animal trainer in a circus?
Robert - First, the book of the young novelist Sara Gruen, an incredible success in the United States, whose action is in the 20s in a traveling circus. Suddenly, with this role, I had the opportunity to leave the modern fantasy of Twilight , to live among the animals, touching the concrete things.

You seem drawn to the romantic past ...
Rob:Yes, I include the history of America, I'm interested. In reading the script, I immediately hooked. It seemed obvious and easy. Jacob is a being tormented and mysterious. He lost his parents, he does not want to dig into his past and if this includes traveling circus, it is to prove himself as a veterinarian. It also ignores that he will live a violent passion and forbidden.

Your profile is accurate: that of being lonely, misunderstood and very attractive. It is a common point to all your characters.
Rob: That's true. As if Edward, the hero of twilight , was the common thread of all these roles. Jacob sees things in black and white. As for Edward, he always distinguishes good from evil. In a sense, my characters are Manichaean. That's why I try to bring inner complexity.
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WTTR obtains Milan Film Festival nominations - including Best Actress (Kristen)

Visit the official Milan Film Festival page to view the nominations! 
Winner will be announced and awarded on May 10, 2011 in Milan.

Kristen Stewart returns to the big screen with "Welcome to the Rileys, "the story of Lois and Doug Riley (James Gandolfini and Oscar winner Melissa Leo), which was shaken by the loss of her daughter, which occurred eight years earlier, find the strength to start again to live and to love after meeting a young stripper named Mallory (Kristen Stewart).

Jake Scott's film is among the candidates for the 2011 Milan International Film Festival, an event to be held in Milan May 4 to 14, where it competes with three nominations: best film (directed by Jake Scott), Best Actor (James Gandolfini) and best actress (Kristen Stewart).

World Team, in collaboration with the MIFF gives you the unique opportunity to participate in the screening of "Welcome To The Rileys, " normally reserved for members of the Academy in Milan, scheduled for Tuesday, April 12, 2011 at 19:30 at the Spazio Oberdan Milan Viale Vittorio Veneto 2/ang Porta Venezia.

The new and hard work of Kristen Stewart, known to many for her role as Bella Swan in the Twilight Saga, being screened in a film festival, it is forbidden to an audience of less than 18 years, so those who like to participate preview will be compulsory to age. The screening will be in their original language with Italian subtitles. Waiting for your email to pubblico@teamworld.it (Rileys object) with name and surname of those who want to participate in the preview, not later than 11.00 am on Monday, April 11. (OLDER ONLY)

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THR | Hollywood's New Leading Ladies


Kristen Stewart
The Twilight Saga. Enough said. But, on top of the actress' leading role in the mega hit vampire flicks (Part One of the final installment Breaking Dawn will hit theaters this November), Stewart recently nabbed the title part in Universal's Snow White and the Huntsman. She'll also be seen opposite Garrett Hedlund and Sam Riley as Marylou later this year in the screen adaptation of Jack Kerouac's On the Road. 

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