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Millions worldwide, including some of our brave soldiers stationed overseas, will be watching the broadcast. Many will be watching for the new commercials. Here’s a look at them:
Movie previews will be back this year, but there isn’t expected to be a Dark Knight Rises ad. Paramount bought ad time, presumably for G.I. Joe: Retaliation. Universal bought ad time, presumably for Snow White and the Huntsman. Disney bought ad time and it’s gotta be for The Avengers.
Robert Pattinson is so beloved by “Unbound Captives” producer Madeleine Stowe that she may consider altering a character in the film’s script so that the “Twilight Saga” star can take the role.
MTV News caught up with Stowe on the Golden Globes red carpet and asked her whether there is any chance of RPattz being in the upcoming film. After all, when we last talked to Pattinson, he suggested that he might now be too old for the role.
“The character was conceptualized as an 18-year-old,” Stowe acknowledged. When asked if she would be willing to age up the role so he could still take the part, she said with a laugh, “We might. We might just do that. We’ll see how it all falls.”
It wasn’t just the “Twilight” phenomenon that is causing Stowe to be willing to jump through hoops for Pattinson. She explained that she met him before he joined the first “Twilight” film and “fell deeply in love with him” then.
Hugh Jackman and Rachel Weisz are also currently attached to the project. In fact, Jackman recently told MTV News that it’s “one of the best scripts I’ve read in a long time.”
With Pattinson’s commitment to “Cosmopolis” over with, he seemingly has an open slate ahead of him. Stowe said that Pattinson’s decision to come onboard “Unbound Captives” is strictly in his camp.
“It’s going to be sort of up to Robert. We’re looking at 2013 [for a release date] right now,” Stowe said.