More Stars Join Pattinson In "Remember Me"

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Saturday, 13 June 2009

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"Stars Following Stars"

Robert Pattinson, the star of the "Twilight" movies has signed a contract to be in another film called "Remember Me", which is also being distributed by the same Summit Entertainment.

Once Pattinson put his name on the line, more stars are commiting to star in it. Those stars include : Emilie de Ravin who stars in "Lost", Chris Cooper and Pierce Brosnan. Also Lena Olin is reported to be in negotiations to join the film as well. Allen Coulter will direct the film.

No, Kristen Stewart will not be in it, but she's leaving herself with some time to watch the filming of the show and, of course, keep an eye on Pattinson.

According to the Company release, Robert Pattinson will play a young man who has a brother that has committed suicide, and the suicide has caused his parents ( played by Pierce Brosnan and Lena Olin) to split up. This has led Pattinson's character to sort of sleepwalk through his life, missing his brother and his parents.

De Ravin is going to play a young woman who seizes life to it's fullest after seeing her mother get killed right before her eyes and realizes how very uncertain life can be. Chris Cooper is reported to play the father of De Ravin's character.

The script is written by Will Fetters and has some rewrites by Jenny Lumet who worked on the "Rachel Getting Married" movie. The film, according to the released notes, is being produced by Nick Osborne and Trevor Engelson.

So if you are a die hard Robert Pattinson fan and get restless between the Twilight movies, maybe this will be the very thing.

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