Szabolcs Eszes (Rob’s Double in ‘Bel Ami’) Talks about Working with Rob

How did you become the double of Rob in Bel Ami?

In 2010 I was the Hungarian X-Factor promo’s face and they observed me and called the Bel Ami’s casting. I tried and I got the role. Then they asked me that if I wanted to be Robert’s double, and I said: Of course:)

How was this experience? Did you enjoy it?

It was amazing! To play whit such a great actors! Robert and me act in a scene together! He is a very good actor, and very kind!

Can you tell us a funny story about Rob?

Actually I don’t remember! Once, I asked him if he knows Natalie Portman, and they are in good friendship. But he just laughed on this…

What is your favorite movies played by Robert Pattinson? And Why?

I love Little Ashes! My favourite painter is Dali, and Robert was a Great Dali!

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BD Costar, Mia Maestro, Mentions Rob & Kristen – “Kristen is the cook”

This is an excerpt from a long interview Mia Maestro had with She had been asked if Rob and Kristen were partners in real lifeMaestro said, “That’s what you have to ask them. But yes, they are super open, super friendly.” 

Then Mia talks about coexistence outside the set: “We had departments where we could cook, I was much more at home than you could think, and we ate all together, we cooked.”

Pattinson? “He does not cook. The cook is Kristen.” 

And Taylor Lautner?
 “I did not meet him much, because we did not share many scenes. But I can tell you that Taylor, when I took my dog to the shooting, looked after him and played with him.”

Who is the most beautiful then? “I can’t answer you. Robert is very nice.”

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Madeleine Stow Mentions Rob When Discussing ‘Unbound Captives’

In a recent interview Madeliene Stow did with Elpais, whom you might recognize from ABC’s hit show ‘Revenge,’  mentioned an upcoming project called ‘Unbound Captives.’ Robert had mentioned this in a previous interview with MTV in November stating, “It’s an amazing script, but I think I might be too old for it.”

Q:You are the latest example of a long list of great movie actresses who do their best work in years in television.

A: There is something now that it didn’t exist before and is that you can work in both medias, film and television. There is no stigma. Realistically we all know how difficult it is to find work in movies for an actress my age. So I stopped working for a long time. I’m focused on a project that I wrote and pretend to directe, The Unbound Captives, with Hugh Jackman, Rachel Weisz and Robert Pattinson. Now, my greatest interest is the cinematic narrative, rather than being an actress but I’m having a very good time with Victoria (her character in Revenge).

Robert To Appear At The People’s Choice Awards

Robert Pattinson is a People’s pleaser.

I can exclusively reveal…

The Twilight star is expected to make an appearance at the People’s Choice Awards on Wednesday.

Pattinson is up for Favorite Movie Actor against Daniel Radcliffe, Hugh Jackman, Johnny Depp and Ryan Reynolds. He also has his next flick, Bel Ami, to promote before its release in early March.

Pattinson won’t be the only Twi-star at the show. Ashley Greene is on the list to present.

And then there’s the cast of that other hot movie—Hunger Games.

Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson will be presenting. But will Hutcherson be on stage with his Hunger peeps or Vanessa Hudgens, his costar in the upcoming Journey 2: The Mysterious Island?

Glee stars who will be in the house include Lea Michele and Cory Monteith.

The People’s Choice Awards airs live on CBS.

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Sarah Gadon Talks Rob w/ Pulp Mag


In Cronenberg’s upcoming film Cosmopolis (slated for an early 2012 release), Gadon plays the better halt to another powerful man; this time to a Manhattan multimillionaire who, in the course of 24 hours, loses his entire fortune. Dead center in another cast of heavy-hitting actors, including Paul Giamatti and Juliette Binoche, it is Robert Pattinson (said millionaire) that has garnered early buzz for the film and by association, brought Gadon’s name to the forefront. In the weeks leading up to pre-production, Gadon consciously avoided any Pattinson-themed media–a near-impossible feat in the climate of Twilightmania.

“My decision not to read any of Robert’s interviews or press [stemmed from] my desire to go into the project without any preconceived notions [about him] that might inform our work together.”

Gadon recalls coming into her camera test and sitting across from Pattinson only to emerge, hours later, to mobs of people outside the building screaming his name. She is quick to dispel the “celeb” stereotype, saying that in their working relationship, Pattinson was “refreshingly normal” and perhaps shockingly, “deeply concerned about the development of his career.”

“It was wonderful to watch Robert in such an intelligent project, and for David, [Robert's fan base] will open up a younger demographic.”

Not a bad deal for Gadon either, for whom both Pattinson’s and Cronenberg’s names will translate too much less anonymity.

If at first somewhat overcome with excitement and anticipation at the thought of working with such big names, Gadon is levelheaded and thoughtful about the process.
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