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Robert Pattinson

Robert Pattinson
British actor Robert Pattinson starred as Hogwarts heartthrob Cedric Diggory in the Harry Potter films before achieving worldwide fame as vampire Edward Cullen in "Twilight." Fans of Stephenie Meyer's books first balked at the choice of Pattinson for the role, but they were soon swayed, and he became 2008's biggest teen sensation. Pattinson and co-star Kristen Stewart have signed on for "New Moon," the sequel to "Twilight."
British actor Robert Pattinson starred as Hogwarts heartthrob Cedric Diggory in the Harry Potter films before achieving worldwide fame as vampire Edward Cullen in "Twilight." Fans of Stephenie Meyer's books first balked at the choice of Pattinson for the role, but they were soon swayed, and he became 2008's biggest teen sensation. Pattinson and co-star Kristen Stewart have signed on for "New Moon," the sequel to "Twilight." « Show less

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  • CANNES: Robert Pattinson Shares His Thoughts on Returning to 'Twilight'

    Whoever worried this year's Cannes Film Festival was short on stars only needed to take a stroll through the Vanity Fair Party on Saturday night at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc, which looked like the Oscars in May. Justin Bieber shook hands with fans...
  • Cannes Film Review: 'Jauja'

    There's more dialogue in the first reel of Lisandro Alonso's "Jauja" -- Alonso's first film made with a professional cast and a screenwriting partner -- than in all four of the young Argentinian director's prior narrative features combined. Yet this...
  • Cannes Film Review: 'It Follows'

    When director David Robert Mitchell appeared on the indie scene in 2010 with "The Myth of the American Sleepover," few would have guessed that his next project might be a horror movie. And yet, as follow-ups go, "It Follows" makes perfect sense,...
  • Rachel Weisz in Talks to Star in Assayas' 'Idol's Eye' (EXCLUSIVE)

    PARIS -- Oscar-winning actress Rachel Weisz is in negotiations to join Robert Pattinson and Robert De Niro for Olivier Assayas' sprawling Chicago-set gangster drama "Idol's Eye," which is due to start shooting in the fall. Charles Gillibert at Paris-...
  • Young Actors Line Up for the Chloe Moretz Movie 'The Fifth Wave'

    Sony continues the search for potential new franchises, with one possibility being sci-fi pic "The Fifth Wave" starring Chloe Moretz, which is gearing up for production with a handful of young actors expected to test with Moretz this weekend. Sources...
  • Cannes Film Festival: 'Maps to the Stars' skewers Hollywood

    CANNES, France — Shortly after his new Hollywood black comedy "Maps to the Stars" premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, David Cronenberg had an eye-opening conversation. A Hollywood executive told him that he couldn't get some of the film's...
  • Cannes Film Review: 'In the Name of My Daughter'

    Agnes le Roux, heiress to a multi-million-dollar casino fortune in Nice, France, isn't the only thing missing in Andre Techine's "In the Name of My Daughter." A mobster movie without whackings, a thriller without suspense and a courtroom drama without...
  • El lado oscuro de Hollywood y un 'western' hacia el este en Cannes

    El lado oscuro de Hollywood y un 'western' hacia el este en Cannes
    El canadiense David Cronenberg present├│ en Cannes el domingo una cinta sobre un Hollywood infectado por el sexo prohibido, apu├▒alamientos por la espalda y varios fantasmas, mientras que Tommy Lee Jones dio un giro al western tradicional en una peligrosa...
  • Jennifer Lawrence on the Time She Puked at an Oscar After-Party

    On a visit to "Late Night with Seth Meyers," Jennifer Lawrence recalled her third trip to the Oscars -- most notably the part where she threw up at Guy Oseary and Madonna's famous after-party. Lawrence wouldn't take all the blame though, insisting that...
  • CANNES: France's Paname Distribution Acquires Shira Geffen's 'Self Made'

    Paname Distribution, a new distributor in France, has acquired all rights to Shira Geffen's "Self Made," which premiered Friday in Critics' Week. WestEnd Films is selling the pic worldwide. Paname was set up by its CEO, Laurence Gachet, the former head...
  • Cannes: Cronenberg's 'Maps to the Stars, a (sort-of) Hollywood satire

    Cannes: Cronenberg's 'Maps to the Stars, a (sort-of) Hollywood satire
    David Cronenberg’s “Maps to the Stars” features, in no particular order: a teen pinup looking to do violence to his child co-star, a moment when an actress celebrates a tragic death because of the casting implications, and lines such...