Thursday, April 14, 2011

Tu Style: Projects Rob Has Put On Hold.. We Hope For Now!

Italian fan site RobertPattinsonMoms, shared a new interview that Rob did with Tu Style magazine. Some of the quotes sound familiar, but towards the end of the article Rob is asked about stuff he'd been working on, but now has had to put on hold. He also talks about one of his favorite authors. You can see the rest of the scans here. Read the rough translation below.

An English survey says that 87% of English women of every age would replace their husbands immediately with Robert Pattinson. And we suspect that every woman in the world would do the same. Pattinson, turning 25 May 12,  a very tall man (1.85 cm) skinny, pale and apparently unhappy (as vampires should be), is the center of a mass idolatry similar only to Leonardo di Caprio’s (Titanic). Another movie, Breaking Dawn, divided in two chapters (first will come out November 18th 2011, second one November 16th, 2012) after that date Twilight Saga and his Edward will be in retirement. And he and Kristen Stewart will be free, if they want to, to live their love freely, a love that they never confirmed. Since the series begun, in 2008, semi-unknown Pattinson, chosen between 5000 candidates, rose to the 15th place between most payed actors, for Breaking Dawn he asked and obtained $12.5 milion for every movie; when he changed genre he gave up a lot of money: for his new job “Water for Elephants” he asked only $1.5 milion. “But I need to put my feet down and to wake myself”, he says very seriously. Based on Sara Gruen most successful novel, set in the ’30s, the movie follows Jacob that became a veterinary in a circus by chance. He falls in love with Marlena (Reese Whiterspoon), even if she is married to the ringmaster and animal trainer August (Christoph Waltz).

What attracted you to this story?

RP: The script: I react to words and descriptions in a visceral way. If I can feel myself into the story immediately, this must be the right script to do.

In 2004′ Vanity Fair you had a little cameo as Reese Whiterspoon’s son. Now you become her lover: Hollywood’s miracles?

RP: Reese is not so happy that everybody’s talking about this thing, because she says that aged her. But, to think properly, she is identical to how she was at the time. It was my first job and she was so nice to come to visit me, to help me with my lines, because she noticed that I was terrified. Every time the director said “action," I became paralyzed. When I went with a friend to the premiere of the movie in London, we saw his scene, and mine was cut off. Nobody told me that. So bad! I was planning seriously to give up acting, before.. even starting it”

This time, in love scenes, you did not feel paralyzed, did you?

Reese succeded to make feel me completely at ease. In the real life she is exactly how she seems on screen: very very sweet, friendly,with a positive aura

And Christoph Waltz as the villain?

Words are not enough for him. This movie is going to be appreciated by my mother, not only because is a romantic one, but because she will feel proud of me too: I work with two Oscar winners (Reese Whiterspoon who won for Walk the Line in 2006, Christoph Waltz in 2010 with Inglourious Basterds). On the set sometimes I repeated to myself the title of a book by one of my favourites writers, Bruce Chatwin:”What Am I Doing Here”

When you were a child you were fascinated or scared by the circus?

I went to see a circus once, it was called Zipper Circus, I still remember it. I liked the clown and a lot of funny things happened to this clown. But in a certain moment of the show there was a car accident with mini cars. And my sister screamed to me “the clown is dead!,” and I burst into tears. Some years ago she told me that was a joke.

How is your relationship with animals?

It is funny you’re asking now because I’m the new owner of a dog. A mut with some traces of german sheperd. I adopted it from a shelter in Louisiana before they decided to kill him, and I couldn't bear it. I don’t know how I will do because I always travel. I grew up with a dog, Patty and probably it is true that you’ll always be as a child. The weird thing is that he (he has not yet a name, but probably it can be “bear”) one day was in a shelter and the next day he went with me to a five stars hotel room in Hollywood. It seems like “Lady and the Tramp” to me.

Speaking about Hollywood, that is like a circus, isn’t it?

Maybe a little, it's a world where illusions are created and they try to make people believe in them.

Have you gotten used to fame?

I don’t know what fame is, for real, because my inner life did not change at all (my values did not change at all)
You’re a sex symbol?

See below, at the word “hollywood illusions”, before Twilight I wasn't able to go out for a date with a girl

And now?

Yes, if I wanted to. But I’m not the sex symbol. He is Edward, the vampire.

How are you spending the money you earned?

I’m so used to be a penniless that I’m not able to spend it. Last thing I bought with a certain value was a vintage guitar

If you were not an actor what would you have done in your life?

I was absolutely convinced I was going to become a musician. Some times I still perfom to myself. Performing to an audience gives you freedom and, to tell the truth, it blows my mind (in a good way) as no movie can.

You still write songs, don’t you?

I have no time for it

And are you still writing that two “famous” novels you were writing some years ago?

I have no time for them either.

How do you see your future?

I know for now what my next movie will be, Cosmopolis, based on anovel by Don DeLillo, directed by David Cronemberg, and starring also by Paul Giamatti, Juliette Binoche, Mathieu Amalric. Another project that will make my mother proud of me and will make me repeat to my self 'What Am I Doing Here?'

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