Rob mentioned in new interview with former co-star Holliday Grainger

Holliday Grainger, who has worked with Rob on Bel Ami and The Bad Mother’s Handbook, talked about working with Rob in a new article in Grazia magazine, where she dishes about her role in Bonnie & Clyde. Check out the excerpt with what she says about him, below. For the full article, go here.

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Holliday also told us about her friend Robert Pattinson. The pair have worked together on a number of projects over the years including The Bad Mother’s Handbook in 2007 and Bel Ami in 2012 in which they played lovers. ‘He’s lovely,’ she says. ‘I’ve known him since his pre-Twilight days when he was a normal person and it was still like, “ooh you’re playing Cederic Diggory (in Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire)”. He’s managed to keep very level headed and normal. I don’t understand how. I can’t fathom the idea of living a life like he lives. On the set of Bel Ami in Budpest there would be hundreds of screaming girls there at 5am and they would still be cordoned off when we finished. He had to move hotels because there were so many people outside his. One day he was signing autographs on the way home from work at 6am after a night shoot. Bless him, that’s an extra level of hard.’

Source: Grazia

Holliday Granger Mentions Rob

Holliday Granger, Rob’s co-star in The Bad Mother’s Handbook and Bel Ami, talks about Rob and how his fame would require him to change hotels several times.

Fassbender, Law, Irvine. It almost seems unfair that Holliday has Robert Pattinson on her co-star list, too. She starred with him in 2007’s TV drama, The Bad Mother’s Handbook when she was 18, and in last year’s Bel Ami. ‘He’s really easy going,’ she says of the Twilight heartthrob. ‘And open – amazingly so considering he’s so closely scrutinised. He’s still managed to maintain a sense of self. [On Bel Ami] you couldn’t get to set half the time because there were so many screaming girls. Even at 5am. It was mad. He had to change hotels because there were so many fans outside one he couldn’t get in. I’ve watched him live with that and it would send me insane. There’s no way could I cope with that.’

Read the rest of the article at the source.

Source: Grazia Daily

Sweet Fan Account of Meeting Rob On Set of ‘Bel-Ami’

“So I forgot about these pictures. For a long time I wasn’t allowed to put them on the internet because Rob’s in costume. (…) Rob is the funniest, goofiest person I think I’ve ever met. I was on set of Bel Ami for a few days working with my dad and he uuuugh, i just can’t put it into words. He was so lovely to everyone, I can’t stand people hating on him because he was like a puppy. When I got the chance to talk to him I never felt like he was just being nice to a fan. This captures the moment we were talking about how he felt like a cowboy in his costume.”

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Rob talks ‘Twilight’ movies, ‘Cosmopolis’, Cannes, Kristen & His Bodyguard

CANNES, France — Robert Pattinson has gone from playing a vampire to depicting another kind of bloodsucker – a billionaire financier whose world crumbles in the course of a nightmarish cross-town drive in “Cosmopolis.”

The “Twilight” heartthrob stars in David Cronenberg’s Cannes Film Festival entry as sleek, self-centered moneyman Eric Packer, who sees his fortune and sense of self evaporate during an eventful day in his stretch limo.

Pattinson’s famously handsome face is on-screen in every scene, but “Twilight”`s young fans may be surprised and confused by a film that explores Cronenberg’s fascination with physical, social and psychic violence.

The 26-year-old actor is not worried.