Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Confirmed: New Project For Rob!

We've been waiting to find out what Rob will do next, and according to The Wrap, we now have that answer:

Robert Pattinson will star in “Mission: Blacklist,” a psychological thriller to be directed by Jean-Stephane Sauvaire that will be shopped at Cannes.

The film is based on the novel "Mission: Black List #1," which was written by a man intimately involved in the capture of Saddam Hussein, military interrogator Eric Maddox.

Read more about the project at The Wrap /Deadline Hollywood /Variety/The Hollywood Reporter.

More on the real story behind the film here or listen to the real Eric Maddox tell his story below.

So excited for Rob! - here's the link to order the novel, get reading!

P.S. buzz cut, water workouts, trip to DC, all for this??? so many questions.. we'll stay on top of the latest for you.

Thanks JazzChappell for the tip :)


  1. AWESOME!!! I had a feeling it was a possible military film he was looking at. Navy brat instinct I guess =P. I am a huge fan of military films from wayyy back!! "Patton", "The Dirty Dozen", "Bridge Over the River Kwai", "Full Metal Jacket", "Officer & A Gentleman"...and more recent years "Hunt For Red Oktober", "Crimson Tide", "Black Hawk Down", "Saving Private Ryan", "The Hurt Locker", and "Act Of Valor".

    I am VERY STOKED to see Rob trying out his military legs, HOOYAH!!! =D

  2. whole new of rob patz side other than eating hummans lol but it would GREAT to see him in action Cnt wait to see this film

  3. That sounds like a plan to me. Especially something that is so important to people from different countries that were terrorized by Sodomy Insane. As an American, I am proud that Rob would do something concerning our troops and especially for the 3ID out of Ft. Stewart, Ga, who took Baghdad and the 4ID of Fort Hood, Texas who caught that scurry little snake in a spider hole. I would have loved to be a fly on teh wall for the interrogations, now I'll get a reenactment of the whole thing. God Bless Rob and all our troops and Vets.