Cannes 2009: Pattinson Confirms Twilight 4

Photogenic star committed to Breaking Dawn.

by | May 20, 2009 | Comments

As if there was ever any doubt, Robert Pattinson – currently filming the second and third instalments of Twilight back-to-back – confirmed in Cannes today that, yes, they’ll make the fourth movie as well.

He told The Hollywood Reporter that he’s committed to the adaptation of Breaking Dawn, but isn’t sure when it will film yet because of his extensive list of other commitments. This includes the likes of Unbound Captives – with Hugh Jackman – and romantic drama Remember Me.

The swoon-inducing star is just finishing up shooting New Moon in Italy, and plans to head back to Vancouver in October to wrap Eclispe. He said his role in New Moon was challenging because for much of the film his character is “just a voice in Bella’s head.”

He went on: “You’re playing a figment in Bella’s imagination so I was trying to do it in a 2D way. I hope it doesn’t translate onscreen as being boring.”

New Moon is released on November 20 in the US, and a week later in Britain, whilst Eclipse hits theatres in June 2010.

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