Want to get a glimpse of Robert Pattinson and Reese Witherspoon up close? Now you have, not one–but four opportunities to do so! "Water For Elephants" will have red carpet star-studded premieres in New York City, Germany, England, and Australia! Check out the dates below.
Word has it that there will be an additional premiere in Chattanooga, Tennessee where the film was partially filmed. There’s no official word as to whether any of the stars of WFE will be in attendance–but city officials are trying to get them there!
Before the press junkets and premieres kick off, Robert and Reese will take part in the festivities at the 46th Annual Academy Country Music Awards where they will present at the ceremony held in Las Vegas on April 3rd. [READ MORE]
This weekend Robert Pattinson‘s new movie Remember Me hits theaters nationwide. The movie is centered around two new lovers, the rebellious Tyler (Pattinson) and studious Ally (Emilie de Ravin) who are both living with personal tragedies and dealing with them in two totally different ways. While Tyler has a strained relationship with his father and still hasn’t come to terms with his brothers death, Ally is focused on living life to the fullest after witnessing the murder of her mother. In this heart-warming yet breaking romantic drama, you’ll be forced to think about what’s most important to you.
Robert Pattinson and Emilie de Ravin took on New York this past week while doing a mini promotional tour to promote the movie including the NYC premiere which Rob’s Twilight co-star and rumored girlfriend Kristen Stewart made a surprise appearance. [READ MORE]
A new year, a new High School Musical… but, could it be the last? The East High crew is back for the third installment of Disney’s musical phenomenon, but this time it’s bigger, better, and on the big screen! Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale, Corbin Bleu, Lucas Grabeel, and Monique Coleman hit theaters on October 24th with High School Musical 3: Senior Year! It’s the last year for Troy and friends as they prepare for graduation and their final high school musical production, entitled what else? "Senior Year".
Director/Choreographer, Kenny Ortega has put together 14 blow-out performances that will keep you dancing and singing along all the way through! Word on the street is that while this is the last year of school for the gang, it’s possible that a "High School Musical 4" could be in the works with an all new cast for the Disney Channel. HSM3 newcomers Justin Martin, Matt Prokop, and Jemma McKenzie-Brown join the cast for the movie… could they be sticking around for part four? Only time will tell. In the meantime – go see "High School Musical 3"! It’ll be a Night to Remember!