it was just a hotel for his photoshoot idk where hes staying at while in nyc
he smelt like heaven omg and he hugged me omg
uhhh the warldol astoria but hes not staying there
yea he asked us how did we know he was there? And when i answered he laughed
he was so amazing when i met him todaay omg
his security almost pushed him passed out side but he pushed through to get to us
yes, his security almost pushed him passed my side but he was like woah hold on
But I finally met Rob Pattinson. What is life?
he was filming a commercial today around the block from where I work! 🙂
Lol at Rob signing my picture upside down
Rob laughing at me as I jumped up & down out of excitement was the best AND he went to me first!! & then he came back & handed me my sharpie
they told me it was a French commercial so I think so
Highlight of the night was walking onto the set for the commercial and hearing rob curse lmao
He was like, how did you guys know where I was? And i said Rob we always know lmfao
It would be hard to end 2012 without a few final reflections from this year’s most talked about young actor, Kristen Stewart. Luckily we caught up with her at the IFC Films/Sundance Selects premiere (presented by Grey Goose Vodka) of On the Road, the film adaptation of the beloved Jack Kerouac novel. Though our primary intention may or may not have been to see that dress up close, we chatted up the starlet, discussing her favorite On the Road scenes, the joy of showering, and more. We walked away thinking that, after a year of very public ups and downs, starring in this art-house adaptation might just provide her with a perfect capper to 2012 and a pleasant segue into a more stable 2013.
Was On the Road influential for you as an adolescent?
“I read it for school. I’d always really done well in school and enjoyed it, but I was never floored by it, in that way. Up until that point, I did it because I wanted to be a good kid, and then it sort of kickstarted something in me. It probably coincided with the age that I was — it’s a moment when you look up and actually choose your surroundings, you actually choose the people that you’re going to call your friends. At that time, I thought, ‘I need to find people that are going to really push me.'”
How did you get the get the rough look of your character, Marylou?
“She was just really simple. One really remarkable thing about her is she’s so completely un-self-conscious. Vanity was the last thing on her mind. She was a beautiful girl, and everyone who talked about her said that. She was infectious and disarmingly present. I wasn’t going for rough. I was going for real.”
Do you have any favorite looks that you’ve gotten to wear this year?
“I liked everything I wore this year…I think. I don’t want to offend any of the dresses.”
What aspects of the film did you relate to?
“I think I always really identified with Sal Paradise [played by Sam Riley]. As much as Marylou offers so much of the vitality, so much of what you are hungry for during the read, I didn’t really identify with her initially. It took a lot to pull it out.”
What was your favorite on-set moment with your co-stars Garrett Hedlund and Sam Riley?
“I think probably at the end of the shoot. It’s funny, one of my favorite moments is Garrett not being there. He had to go do something and I had finished doing a scene that his character was not present for, and it was just kind of perfect. His absence was very poignant. The fact that it was my last scene in the entire the movie, saying goodbye to Walter [Salles, director] and taking a picture in the middle of a completely empty road in the desert. It was excruciating, but at the same time, kind of what I instantly think about.”
Everybody on the set was smoking and drinking, did you look forward to showering at the end of every shoot?
“I did enjoy showering at the end of the day. If we were actually taking that trip, it would be the grimiest. I used to think about that all the time. So, I was glad to not go there.”
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Updated list of theaters playing Cosmopolis (Source)
08/17/2012 Elinor Bunin Monroe Film Center, New York, NY
08/17/2012 Sunshine Cinema 5, New York, NY
08/17/2012 The Landmark 12, West Los Angeles, CA
08/24/2012 Kendall Square Cinema 9, Cambridge, MA
08/24/2012 Criterion Cinemas 7, New Haven, CT
08/24/2012 Palace 17 & Odyssey, Hartford, CT
08/24/2012 Ritz at the Bourse, Philadelphia, PA
08/24/2012 E Street Cinema, Washington, DC
08/24/2012 Landmark’s Century Centre Cinema, Chicago, IL
08/24/2012 Cedar Lee Theatres, Cleveland Heights, OH
08/24/2012 Lagoon Cinema, Minneapolis, MN
08/24/2012 Sandy Springs 8, Atlanta, GA
08/24/2012 Ballantyne Village 5, Charlotte, NC
08/24/2012 Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar, Austin, TX
08/24/2012 Arbor Cinemas at Great Hills 8, Austin, TX
08/24/2012 South Beach 18, Miami Beach, FL
08/24/2012 Sunset Place 24, Theatres South Miami, FL
08/24/2012 Gateway 4, Fort Lauderdale, FL
08/24/2012 Delray Beach 18, Delray Beach, FL
08/24/2012 Shadowood 16, Boca Raton, FL
08/24/2012 Winter Park Village 20, Winter Park, FL
08/24/2012 Denver Film Center/Colfax, Denver, CO
08/24/2012 Los Feliz 3, Los Angeles, CA
08/24/2012 Art Theatre, Long Beach, CA
08/24/2012 Playhouse 7, Cinemas Pasadena, CA
08/24/2012 University Town Center 6, Cinemas Irvine, CA
08/24/2012 Rancho Niguel 8, Cinemas Laguna Niguel, CA
08/24/2012 Cinemas Palme D’Or 7, Palm Desert, CA
08/24/2012 Hillcrest Cinemas, San Diego, CA
08/24/2012 Paseo Nuevo, Santa Barbara, CA
08/24/2012 Shea 14 Theatre, Scottsdale, AZ
08/24/2012 Tempe Marketplace 16, Tempe, AZ
08/24/2012 Fox Tower 10, Portland, OR
08/24/2012 Meridian 16, Seattle, WA
08/24/2012 Varsity Theatre, Seattle, WA
08/24/2012 Lincoln Square Stadium 16, Bellevue, WA
08/24/2012 Embarcadero Center Cinema 5, San Francisco, CA
08/24/2012 Camera 7, Campbell, CA
08/24/2012 Shattuck Cinemas 10, Berkeley, CA
08/24/2012 Rialto Cinemas 9, Sebastopol, CA