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Robert Pattinson’s Future Is About To Get ‘Really Tough’

As “Twilight” fades into the rearview mirror, Robert Pattinson’s future is looking very bright. Well, that’s not entirely true — when looking at one of Pattinson’s upcoming projects, “The Rover,” the future actually looks pretty bleak.

Pattinson stars alongside Guy Pearce in director David Michod’s “The Rover,” a futuristic Western set in the Australian desert. Pearce stars as Eric, a no-nonsense loner who loses his car and only remaining possessions when he’s robbed by a gang. Eric forcefully enlists one of the abandoned and wounded gang members, Rey (Pattinson), to help him track down the gang and get his belongings back at any cost. It’s a complicated and dangerous plot indeed, but it’s also one that Pattinson is more than happy to embrace.

“It’s a really tough script,” he told MTV News while promoting “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2.” “I don’t really know, I don’t even know how to talk about it yet. It’s one of the best I’ve read. It’s one of my top five favorite scripts I’ve read since I started doing this. It’s really nerve-racking.”

Nerve-racking as “The Rover” is, it pales in comparison to the real-life dangers presented by “Mission: Blacklist,” Pattinson’s upcoming war movie based on the true story of Army interrogator Eric Maddox, who was involved in the capture of Saddam Hussein. The role requires Pattinson to film in Iraq, which understandably made his family members uncomfortable at first — but the actor thinks his loved ones are beginning to warm up to the idea.

“My parents seem to be coming around to it now,” he said with a laugh. “That’s strange. I don’t know what happened.”

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‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2′ Is Box Office Gold with $141.3 Million

Sorry James Bond. Vampires and werewolves are the declared winners of this weekend’s box office race. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 has come out on top, scoring $141.3 million its first weekend at the box office. This may not come as a shocker, though, as the final Twilight film brought in an impressive $162.2 million at the global box office on its opening day. And in the United States, it earned $71.2 million (that includes $30.4 million for all Thursday shows starting at 10 PM and midnight shows).

It is a huge debut for the film and the eighth biggest opening weekend of all-time! Overall, the worldwide estimate for the film is $340.9 million ($141.3 million in North American + $199.6 million internationally). Breaking Dawn – Part 2 posted the second highest weekend opening out of theTwilight franchise behind New Moon at $142.8 million, and the franchise now has three of the top nine openings of all time.

But it doesn’t end there. Breaking Dawn – Part 2 pushed Lionsgate’s 2012 domestic gross over the $1 billion mark for the first time. And Lionsgate has become only the seventh company to ever cross the billion dollar plateau. Also, Lionsgate is the first company to ever have two films (Breaking Dawn – Part 2 and The Hunger Games) open to over $125 million in the same year.


Robert Pattinson Wanted to Put Walruses in Breaking Dawn Scene

Those pillow-biting scenes are about to get even hotter now that Kristen Stewart’s onscreen alter ego Bella Swan is a full-blown, cold-blooded vampire in the final installment of the Twilight saga.

But if it were up to Robert Pattinson, who plays Bella’s husband Edward Cullen, the bedroom action would get even wilder.

“I would put [the scene] the last day of the schedule,” he told BBC Radio 1 of his fantasy turn in the director’s chair. “[I'd] say, ‘Listen, I’ve got to have a closed set. It’s really, really important. No one can see the monitors or anything,’ and then just put like a walrus in or something.”

Jokes aside, it’s not so puckering up in front of the cameras.

“Kissing is harder than love-making scenes, I think,” Pattinson, 26, says. “You can’t kiss like normally you’d kiss.”

Adds The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 star, whose movie arrives in theaters Friday: “You got a one in three chance of smashing someone’s tooth out.”


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Robert Pattinson Was Supposed to Have a ‘Big Man’s Dog’

Robert Pattinson knows how to handle a curveball, but arrested development? That’s a different story.

When he adopted rescue puppy Bear from a Louisiana shelter, the Twilight star expected the dog to grow … and keep growing.

“He was supposed to be a big man’s dog,” Pattinson explains on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in Friday’s episode. “But he just kind of got stunted.”

That hasn’t stopped Bear from getting lots of love. “I’m obsessed,” exclaims costar Taylor Lautner, who joined Pattinson for the talk show appearance.

And let’s not forget Bear’s other owner, Kristen Stewart, who so adores the pooch that she refers to him as her child.

“Is his tongue too long for his mouth or something?” DeGeneres asks while looking at Bear’s picture. “It’s like a Gene Simmons dog.”

“It’s like a curtain,” Pattinson says.

The intense scrutiny that comes with the belonging to one of the world’s most famous couples comes with perks. Bear was once on a euthanasia list, and he went from there to flying on private jets.

“We were staying at the Four Seasons afterward,” Pattinson explains. “He didn’t have any dog food so I got him a little plate of prosciutto.”


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