This video was made for Melissa, an amazing and talentedadministrator for ‘Strictly Robsten’, who just so happens to be turning 21today! I put this video together for you to take a little trip down memorylane; both Robsten and Mel/Chel related. I love you so much and cherish ourfriendship with all my heart. There’s no one I’d rather sit andtalk/laugh/fantasize about Robert Pattinson with for hours than Y-O-U! Have afabulous birthday! You most definitely deserve it!
All my love,
Happy 21st Birthday Melissa! I am so happy to have you in my life! This blog wouldn’t be what it is without you and I am so excited to be a part of it with you and Chelsea! I hope you have a wonderful time today and enjoy yourself (and some drinks!) Love you, doll!
Here is a special video including birthday wishes from some of our Twitter besties! Hope you love it!
(Special thanks to @debECullen, @Mel452, @brittb128, @teamhptwilight, @KStewAngel, @JulieM1288, @LiveLoveKstew and @rjcarreno33)
(YouTube immediately removed the audio from this video….so I had to use TwitVid)
Just came across this pic of Kristen from Sundance 2009. I bet she was in heaven looking at all of those sneakers! She’s a vintage sneaker collector
Oh goodness! This man is beyond gorgeous!
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.