Post by Mary Fischer. It very well could've been the biggest role he's taken on since Twilight, but Robert Pattinson has dropped out of Mission: Blacklist. Guess it looks like we won't have the chance to see him play the lead role in...Show More Summary
Robert Pattinson has dropped out of the film Mission: Blacklist due to scheduling conflicts. According to Gossip Cop, Pattinson couldn’t take on the role of military interrogator Eric Maddox in the film — an intriguing, different character for him to play. The character was a far cry from Robert’s famed Edward Cullen from the Twilight
Scheduling conflicts have forced Robert Pattinson to leave a role in "Mission: Blacklist. A representative for the "Water for Elephants" hunk confirmed the actor is leaving the project on Monday (April 28). RPatz was slated to play military interrogator Eric Maddox in the film about the hunt for Saddam Hussein. Robert's replacement has not yet been named.
What is easily Robert Pattinson’s most controversial vehicle has finally found its director. Pattinson is attached to star in Mission: Blacklist #1, about the Saddam Hussein Manhunt. It’s been announced that the film has found its director, and no it’s not Kathryn Bigelow. Show More Summary
Robert Pattinson makes his way across the lot of a local studio on Wednesday (July 10) in Los Angeles. The 27-year-old actor was also spotted at the studio the day before. Robert‘s upcoming thriller movie Mission: Blacklist just enlisted Jesper Ganslandt to direct! The movie is based on the nonfiction book “Mission: Black List #1 [...]
EXCLUSIVE: The Swedish invasion into Hollywood continues. Jesper Ganslandt has been tapped to direct Robert Pattinson in the psychological thriller Mission: Blacklist, about a brilliant young military interrogator who spearheads the capture of Saddam Hussein. Show More Summary
Post by Mary Fischer Well, I guess their happy little reunion is officially over. Robert Pattinson has left Kristen Stewart again, this time to go film his new flick, Mission Blacklist. Though where he flew off to is unknown at thisShow More Summary
People get so wrapped up with Robert Pattinson being such a seksi, sparkly vampire that they forget one other factor: that he is an effing professional! The Twilight actor was recently cast as a military interrogator in the upcoming film Mission: Blacklist, and according to Eric Maddox, the author of the novel on which the film [...]
Robert Pattinson received high praise today from former U.S Army interrogation specialist Eric Maddox. In an interview on WRKO Pundit Review radio, Maddox revealed that he personally endorsed Robert Pattinson to play him in the big screen adaption of his book Mission: Black List #1: The Inside Story of the Search for Saddam Hussein. Co-authored [...]Show More Summary
True-life American military tales are gunning for a real resurgence lately – what with Ben Affleck’s Argo, Kathryn Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty, and the Robert Pattinson-starring Mission: Blacklist – and it looks like that means we’re not safe from a 3D take on such projects. Show More Summary
The promotional poster for “Mission: Blacklist” was released by Embankment Films, which is based on the book Mission: Black List #1 – The Inside Story of the Search for Saddam Hussein—As Told by the Soldier Who Masterminded His Capture by … Continue reading ?
Just recently we learned that Robert Pattinson was gearing up for a stint in Iraq. The actor isn't stepping away from acting to join the military (don't worry, ladies), but he will be taking post in Mission: Blacklist, a military thriller...Show More Summary
If you've been following movies anytime since 2008, then you're probably acutely aware of what Robert Pattinson's eyes look like—especially if you're a frequent shopper at Walmart. Well, guess what? They're back. The promotional poster for "Mission: Blacklist" was released by Embankment Films. The image casts a shadow around Pattinson's face only revealing his glowing [...]
Hot on the heels of yesterday’s announcement of Pattinson’s starring role in espionage thriller Mission:Blacklist, comes even more casting news. The in-demand Brit actor has just landed a role in David Michod’s The Rover. Written by Michod and based on an idea originating with Michod (and Joel Edgerton), The Rover is about a man who pursues a [...]Show More Summary
Robert Pattinson‘s post-Twilight schedule might be getting even busier. The 25-year-old English actor, who’s attached to star in Mission: Blacklist, is reportedly also in negotiations for the upcoming film Rover. Guy Pearce “will star as a man who after having his car stolen by a group of men pursues them through the wild and rugged [...]
Robert Pattinson will be trading those pesky "Twilight" Volturi as his on-screen enemies for real-life menace Saddam Hussein, then will play the bad guy himself taunting Guy Pearce.
By now, it seems fairly obvious that this year’s Cannes Film Festival will serve as a coming out party of sorts for Robert Pattinson, at least, a coming out party for the actor’s talents beyond just sucking blood and turning girls into emotion pancakes, as he’s been doing for years with his work in The Twilight Saga. Show More Summary
Robert Pattinson has reportedly lined up a job after the "Twilight" franchise ends with "Breaking Dawn - Part 2," and this time it looks like he'll tell a true story. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Pattinson is set to star in a psychological thriller that will recount the real-life story of the soldier who spearheaded [...]
We salute you, R-Patz! Robert Pattinson will forgoe his vampiric ways for his second post-Twilight role as Eric Maddox, the military interrogator who led the capture of Saddam Hussein back in 2003. Mission: Blacklist, based on the book of the same name, is written by Maddox himself, and will be directed by Jean-Stephane Sauvaire with a screenplay [...]
With the smell of sex still be all over him - seriously, watch this Cosmopolis trailer - Robert Pattinson has signed on for a new film. According to Deadline, the Twilight Saga hunk will anchor Mission: Blacklist, a drama based on a book by military interrogator Eric Maddox. Show More Summary