Spotted on the set of his latest film The Woman In Black, Daniel Radcliffe is a dead ringer for Robert Pattinson when he was filming scenes for Bel Ami back in April. Sure the old-school costumes and side hair partings help bridge the gap but we still think these two young actors are morphing into each other. Does that mean we can expect a double cameo any time soon?
Welcome to the Rileys, Oct. 29, Sony
It's going to be interesting to see what will happen with Welcome to the Riley's, a small movie starring two people of great interest to very different audiences. Kristen Stewart, patron saint of the skinny and faux-awkward riding the L train, plays an underage stripper/prostitute (who will also surely be skinny and awkward) who becomes the personal project of a businessman, played by James Gandolfini. It's a toss-up which is harder for audiences to divorce themselves from, Gandolfini's Tony Soprano or Stewart's Twilight heroine. The good news is that this film also stars the magnificent Melissa Leo (Frozen River), and was written by Ken Hixon (Inventing the Abbots); it was directed by Jake Scott (son of Ridley). We're a little concerned to hear what we think might be a Southern accent coming out of Mr. Gandolfini (who last did this in the disastrous remake of All the King's Men), but we're holding out hope.
Some have no idea the work that maintaining a blog entails. It takes a lot of dedication, a lot of personal sacrifice and it has to be something you really truly love for you to want to keep doing it. This is a pay-less job that comes from the heart! The reward is seeing other fans (like us) happy that we were able to share something new or exciting with them.
I want to thank Mandy for her invaluable time and her many sleepless nights blogging and posting amazing pics, videos, interviews & news about Rob. Truly doll, your dedication astounds me. From the bottom of my heart, thank you, thank you, thank you. It is without question that day in and day out you gave of yourself to pattinsonlife. You are an amazing person. Thanks for being wonderful D!
If like me you'll miss Mandy and this precious face being blogged about in robert pattinson life....
...then leave her a comment at the blog or at the rplife twitter account! And keep up with pattinsonlife (livejournal); while Mandy will no longer be blogging, the lj isn't going anywhere!
With that, now I can mourn in peace...
What was it like to go from something as massive as this to a smaller character piece like On the Road?
For our experience with On the Road, it’s been quite the opposite. It’s been quite a guerilla shoot. At times, there’s just been two handfuls of crew members around us and it’s a very quiet situation. The content that we’re dealing with is all over the board. The Beat Generation is so much more different than the technological world.
Just personally, I’ve been attached to On the Road since 2007 and it was the greatest thing in my life when I got cast in it. I couldn’t believe it. When I was 17 and read the book, I looked it up on IMDb and it said that Francis Ford Coppola was going to direct it. Me just being a kid about to graduate high school, I knew I would never get a shot at it. Now, it’s eight years later and I’m on the set of On the Road. Every day, me and Sam Riley would look at each other and just be like, “We’re fuckin’ filming On the Road.”
Also, the character is such a wild, maniacal, extroverted genius. Kerouac was the cowboy that inspired the whole Beat Generation, and highlighted and put the spotlight on all of these minds that didn’t really know what they were doing at the time, but accomplished something much bigger than what they ever foresaw. I think that’s what Tron is doing, in terms of the technological world. From what the first one had done, this one is taking that torch a little further. Anybody that’s sitting out in the audience that has the aspirations to be in this business and do anything with special effects or computers, it’s going to inspire them to work a little harder to get to where they want to be. Once they get there, they’re going to create that piece of work that’s going to inspire the whole next generation of creators.
It’s not yet clear how the diminutive actress, who’s appeared in one episode each of television shows FlashForward and ‘Til Death, will portray the character who ages a full 17 years in only seven. Sources have suggested that director Bill Condon will employ similar digital effects to those used by David Fincher in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, where Foy’s face would be digitally transferred onto the face of a younger child. It’s also probable that the studio will hire a younger child in some capacity, too. Summit Entertainment is remaining mum on the issue. But to see Foy’s angelic face, which could very well be the offspring of Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, check out her website.
Here's a pic of Mackenzie---adorable!
photo source | thanks @RPLife for the heads up
Maggie Grace will play a new vampire threat to Kristen Stewart's Bella in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn. Grace, who played Liam Neeson's in-distress daughter in Taken, will play the role of Irina in the final installments of the Stephenie Meyer novel, which director Bill Condon is directing in two separate films.
For a little background on who Irina is go here!
Pixie Lott has reportedly revealed that she is attracted to Robert Pattinson and Zac Efron.