Everybody wants R Patz
Robert Pattinson, your favorite Twilight Saga heartthrob, is the most wanted young actor in Hollywood these days. Twilight craze makes more directors and producers want to have a slice of the cake named “Robert Pattinson will turn your project a success”.
Back in May this year there was a rumor Rob would take a lead role in Dune, a new project by director Peter Berg based on Frank Herbert’s novel.
The project produced by Kevin Misher, Richard Rubenstein and Sarah Aubrey, will center on a remote desert planet called Arakis that provides the universe with loved spice fuel Melange. A power struggle is caused by the desire to control the spice.
Anyways, it’s just been confirmed Robert will not participate in the project. No Pattinson-the-superhero. Sorry guys.
As to Rob himself, he’s said to be very interested in another project by Declan Donnellan, Bel Ami, a morality tale centered on Georges Duroy, a young man who rises to the top of the aristocratic society by manipulating his powerful and wealthy mistresses.
I definitely see R Patz as a self-obsessed and cruel heartbreaker, a bad boy all women are so attracted to.
As to this project, Pattinson does want to be a part of it but he still has to arrange his working schedules to make his participation in the project reality.
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