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RE: Twilight will make Pattinson a big star - 28/8/2008 2:42:50 PM   
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SERIOUSLY! One more mention of this Dali film and I'm locking the thread as too infested by PRs to continue. I'm sure it'll be, like, totally awesome or whatevs, but I DO NOT BUY that every 13 year-old Pattinson fan out there is THIS excited about it.

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RE: Twilight will make Pattinson a big star - 28/8/2008 3:01:43 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Karl Crutchley

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ORIGINAL: musebaby
He also has a lot of dedicated fans who arent just interested in Twilight. Thats a big help too.


Obviously, as you have all signed up for Empire Online just to tell us all how good he is.




It's looking like this is just one or two fangirl lurkers who've signed up under a good few aliases - all the posts sound exactly the same. Hilarious stuff though

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RE: Exclusive: On-Set Twilight Image - 28/8/2008 3:13:54 PM   
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This is funny. Strange how most of them joined the forum the same day. Can't wait for his Dali film!! Fuck off.

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RE: Exclusive: On-Set Twilight Image - 28/8/2008 3:28:03 PM   
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This thread is the best thing I've read on Empire, why did I wait so long to peruse it?

I don't know about the rest of you but my senses have been so assaulted that I'm off to buy my Twilight T-shirt, hat and rattle and sit outside my local cinema until it opens.  Oh and I now have a tattoo of Cedric Diggory on my arse.

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RE: Exclusive: On-Set Twilight Image - 28/8/2008 4:13:32 PM   
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Got mine yesterday.  And my Twilight Tent and Sleeping bag so I can join you in the queue.
Dont forget your Next Big Thing sized Pattinson Thermos flask.

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RE: Exclusive: On-Set Twilight Image - 28/8/2008 4:19:22 PM   
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Phew, I'm glad you reminded me!  Luckily I won't be bored either because I'll have my subscription to Pattinson Weekly - all the regular up-to-date Pattinson news you need, handily crammed into 700 pages.

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Did this guy play cedric diggory in the goblet of fire? - 28/8/2008 4:38:02 PM   
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I have to say, this is the weirdest thread ive ever read.

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RE: Exclusive: On-Set Twilight Image - 28/8/2008 4:40:04 PM   
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Oh, Empire, why did you have to lavish this month's magazine feature on Twilight with the title "There Will Be Blood" ... They'll start saying he's the next Daniel Day Lewis now ...

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RE: Did this guy play cedric diggory in the goblet of f... - 28/8/2008 4:53:51 PM   
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It was actually called Cedric Diggery and the Goblet of Fire originally, and the first draft of the script had him kill Voldemore with a stare from his steelly blue eyes, before lighting up a cigarette, drinking a pint in one go, then eloping with Hermione.

But Warners didnt think that fit in with the rest of the series.

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RE: Did this guy play cedric diggory in the goblet of f... - 28/8/2008 10:12:21 PM   
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I'll tell you what I'm looking forward to. His take on Salvador Dali. I've heard it's immenseness is off the charts......
Sure I haven't seen even a seconds worth of footage, but God damn he'll rock our worlds. I'm sure of it.

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RE: Robert Pattinson - a wonderful British Talent - 28/8/2008 10:23:56 PM   
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ORIGINAL: skiptonch

I think Pattinson could have an amazing career. I really do. His versatility is key.

Someone posted this on tMF a while ago and it resonated with me:

"As well as a ridiculous amount of talent he is amazingly sexy. Infact I cant think of an actor working today who radiates such sex appeal. Not even the big names like Depp/Di Caprio/Bale. He reminds me of the old sexy Hollywood movie stars. Brando/James Dean. "



Mum's are always sweet when they say something like that.


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RE: Robert Pattinson - a wonderful British Talent - 28/8/2008 10:32:22 PM   
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If his role in Twlight is to fall quietly dead and stay in a heap on the ground then yes he should be able to carry the role off quite well.

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RE: Robert Pattinson - a wonderful British Talent - 28/8/2008 10:51:18 PM   
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I'm thinking that all these people posting are just Robert Patterson himself. Just imagine him, sitting at home on his computer in his pants, typing away, trying to win us over to take him seriously. Bless his cotton socks!

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Radcliffe never got it this bad.... - 28/8/2008 11:24:32 PM   
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I'm actually starting to feel sorry for ole' Robert Pattinson haha
Poor guy, all he set out to do was to entertain! And all he got in return was a barrell of abuse. Still, if he can face Volde.... sorry, he who must not be named and get away with it then im sure he can face the wrath of Empire readers.
Wait, he died by Voldermort didnt he?

Damnit.

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RE: Radcliffe never got it this bad.... - 29/8/2008 10:37:50 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Kev@CTU

I'm actually starting to feel sorry for ole' Robert Pattinson haha
Poor guy, all he set out to do was to entertain! And all he got in return was a barrell of abuse. Still, if he can face Volde.... sorry, he who must not be named and get away with it then im sure he can face the wrath of Empire readers.
Wait, he died by Voldermort didnt he?

Damnit.


Apparently, JK Rowling was so blown away by Pattinsons old school sex appeal, versatility and smouldering stare in Goblet of Fire that she had to be coaxed away from resurrecting Cedric Diggory as one of the Deathly Hallows. Apparently the publishers felt it didn't flow with the rest of the story or common sense. How could they deny us another fabulously judged and delivered performance of our time? I for one am scandalised! 

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RE: Radcliffe never got it this bad.... - 29/8/2008 11:12:13 AM   
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I shall try and be a reasonable Twilight fan here. Yes, I like the books. They're a complete guilty pleasure and I enjoy reading them despite all their faults. However, I do think the obsessive Twi-hards needs to calm down, maybe get a drink of Ovaltine or something. The material isn't exactly calling out for a good adaptation, it will take one hell of a director to make the book into a film without it coming across as cheesy tween para-romance. Robert Pattinson is very attractive but I've never seen him in any project that hints to me of a wonderful future. Kristen Stewart also looks extremely smug and self satisfied. I probably won't see the film because of the sheer tween hype which is just bugging me. Girls, if you want a really good vampire novel, get Bram Stoker, Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, Anne Rice. If you want a really good romance, try Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte, Audrey Niffenegger. But please don't call Meyer the best writer ever. She has excellent potential but a long way to go.

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RE: Radcliffe never got it this bad.... - 29/8/2008 11:17:16 AM   
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After Pattinsons stellar performance in that Dali film, which is like the best thing in the world ever, and even seeing no pictures or footage, is surely oscar worthy, I heard he has been signed up to play Van Gogh. 
Apparently the guy is such a method actor he has had his ear surgically removed, because "You know like, its gotta be real, man"

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RE: Radcliffe never got it this bad.... - 29/8/2008 11:42:32 AM   
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So far I've seen mention of the words 'swoon' and 'wicked' as supposed quotes in refenece to this film/actor. I'm 26 and even I'm not that out of touch to think that any teenage girl actually uses these words in regular conversation. To quote the big guy himself..."By the way, if anyone here is in advertising or marketing, kill yourself. Thank you".

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RE: Radcliffe never got it this bad.... - 29/8/2008 11:49:12 AM   
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WTF?!

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RE: Radcliffe never got it this bad.... - 29/8/2008 11:59:57 AM   
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[mod injoke] Is Twilight directed by Nick Love or something?! [/mod injoke]

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The Final ehem, Nail In The Coffin - 29/8/2008 3:10:19 PM   
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Check this link out.

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/entertainmentnewsbuzz/2008/07/ews-twilight-co.html

Brilliant!!

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RE: Radcliffe never got it this bad.... - 29/8/2008 5:37:05 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Gemmapelle

quote:

ORIGINAL: Kev@CTU

I'm actually starting to feel sorry for ole' Robert Pattinson haha
Poor guy, all he set out to do was to entertain! And all he got in return was a barrell of abuse. Still, if he can face Volde.... sorry, he who must not be named and get away with it then im sure he can face the wrath of Empire readers.
Wait, he died by Voldermort didnt he?

Damnit.


Apparently, JK Rowling was so blown away by Pattinsons old school sex appeal, versatility and smouldering stare in Goblet of Fire that she had to be coaxed away from resurrecting Cedric Diggory as one of the Deathly Hallows. Apparently the publishers felt it didn't flow with the rest of the story or common sense. How could they deny us another fabulously judged and delivered performance of our time? I for one am scandalised! 


Can you provide independent evidence to back up that claim?

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RE: The Final ehem, Nail In The Coffin - 30/8/2008 10:03:15 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Karl Crutchley

Check this link out.

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/entertainmentnewsbuzz/2008/07/ews-twilight-co.html

Brilliant!!


It's a brilliant cover, isn't it?
Did they base his haircut on Boris Johnson's?

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Wrong age. - 30/8/2008 11:10:46 AM   
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I bought the issue, i've never bought an empire issue before, because films don't really interest me, though i am guilty of being an obsessed twilight fan,
And it says Bella is fourteen? and Edward hasn't aged since 1916.
Maybe i'm just being awkward, but bella is 18 and Edward "died" in 1918.

I loved the article though, i think everytime there's the littlest reference to twilight, i'll buy the mag.
Even if it does get somes things wrong.. :)

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RE: Radcliffe never got it this bad.... - 30/8/2008 12:35:04 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: sanchia

quote:

ORIGINAL: Gemmapelle

quote:

ORIGINAL: Kev@CTU

I'm actually starting to feel sorry for ole' Robert Pattinson haha
Poor guy, all he set out to do was to entertain! And all he got in return was a barrell of abuse. Still, if he can face Volde.... sorry, he who must not be named and get away with it then im sure he can face the wrath of Empire readers.
Wait, he died by Voldermort didnt he?

Damnit.


Apparently, JK Rowling was so blown away by Pattinsons old school sex appeal, versatility and smouldering stare in Goblet of Fire that she had to be coaxed away from resurrecting Cedric Diggory as one of the Deathly Hallows. Apparently the publishers felt it didn't flow with the rest of the story or common sense. How could they deny us another fabulously judged and delivered performance of our time? I for one am scandalised! 


Can you provide independent evidence to back up that claim?


I don't need to - one of my BFF on the 'Twilight Rocks My World' forums heard it from a friend of a friend who's best friend is like best friends with JK Rowling's niece!

Anyway - can't wait to see the review thread and response for this film in a few months - should make interesting reading...





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Fangirls STOP! - 3/9/2008 12:03:47 AM   
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Dear god, I like Twilight, RPattz (as he's known by twi-hards and twi-ts alike)makes with giggle with long repressed tween glee and all that...but please stop with your obsessive "next big thing" crap...and if it's making me cringe, you have to see you're hurting this film's slim chances to be taken seriously by the empire msgboarders, surely...no? No, still think obsessive posts lacking in logic'll work? Fair enough. Oh well, you can just ignore this and go back to your msgboard discussions about which is totally more OME hotter: Edward's topaz eyes or Jacob's white-on-russet smile...or stalking the weird pale guy from your class you suddenly find dazzling because his weird staring and pallor is OME *so* Edward and not because he's been up late downloading porn...

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