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Robert Pattinson Mission: Blacklist movie: Filming in August? Mission: Blacklist is not the upcoming fifth installment in the Mission: Impossible franchise starring Tom Cruise. For the time being, that’s concisely called Mission: Impossible 5. So, what’s Mission: Blacklist? Well, as every ardent Robert Pattinson fan will tell you, that’s a Pattinson movie project initially announced in early May 2012. Pattinson is attached to this Embankment Films-financed (or to-be-financed) production based on Eric Maddox and Davin Seay’s book Mission: Black List #1 - The Inside Story of the Search for Saddam Hussein - As Told by the Soldier Who Masterminded His Capture. The title of Maddox and Seay’s book says it all. But just in case, here’s the brief Mission: Blacklist synopsis found on the Embankment Films website: Unlike other Interrogators fresh out of training, Eric Maddox (Robert Pattinson) has a brilliant and beautiful mind. He has »
- Andre Soares
Oh no, not again! Just one month after being reunited with Kristen, Rob was spotted at Lax getting on a plane solo.
This sucks! Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have been inseparable over the past several weeks, so it definitely sucked to see Rob at Lax on April 30 without K-Stew. We don’t know where he’s going, but he is set to begin work on his new film Mission: Blacklist this month, so he and Kristen may be separated for quite some time…
Robert Pattinson Seen At Lax By Fan
Rob was spotted in the security area of Los Angeles’ main airport by a fan, who tweeted this pic.
“Robert Pattinson and I just go through security at Lax together!! #daymade” tweeted a fan called Anna on April 30.
This sucks for Rob and Kristen! Rob only returned from two months of filming The Rover in Australia in March, and »
- Eleanore Hutch
Oh no! K-Stew has been dreading the moment Rob has to leave her again for work and that time is quickly approaching, because Rob is set to leave soon for his next movie!
Kristen Stewart, 23, and Robert Pattinson, 26, were forced to separate when Rob went to Australia to film The Rover. Since the couple reunited in La, they’ve never seemed happier or more in love! Sadly, Rob and Kristen will have to part ways again, because Rob will be departing to shoot his new film, Mission: Blacklist.
R-Pattz: The Next Time He’s Leaving K-Stew For Work Revealed
The film is based on the life of Eric Maddox, a special ops interrogator whose research ultimately lead to the capture of Saddam Hussein. In an interview with News On 6, Eric revealed that the film is will start shooting in August, which means Rob will be leaving Kristen again in just a few months! »
- HL Intern
Robert Pattinson,Kristen Stewart to separate again in just a few short weeks. According to a new report from Hollywood Life,former Twilight Saga mega stars ,Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, are about to get separated,once again,just as they were starting to get back into the groove of their relationship. It turns out that Rob pretty much has a very busy schedule for the rest of this year. Later on in April 2013, Rob is expected to head to the set of his new "Mission: Blacklist," flick by Embankment Films. It will tell the true-life story of Eric Maddox, who is a man that spearheaded the mission to find and capture Saddam Hussein. The filming location of the movie has not yet been revealed. However, it's reported that it will cause him to have leave Kristen again. But that's not it,because Rob will then have to set out »
Rob is back in Los Angeles, reunited with K-Stew after shooting ‘The Rover’ in Australia. But not for long — he’s already planning on leaving her again! Read on to find out what keeps pulling these two apart.
The Twilight star is set to begin filming his next movie, Mission: Blacklist, sometime in April, according to the film’s production company, Embankment Films. The movie tells the story of Eric Maddox (played by Rob), the man who spearheaded the mission to find and capture Saddam Hussein, so obviously much of the film will be based in Iraq. And though Embankment Films confirmed they would be not filming there, »
- Andrew Gruttadaro
Robert Pattinson to be split from Kristen Stewart even longer in April for new movie. As previously reported, Robert Pattinson is totally split up from his main chick Kristen Stewart at the moment,filming his new flick, "Rover," over in sunny Australia. Now, Hollywood Life has revealed that Rob's separation from Kristen won't end with that flick as he's scheduled to hit the trail,again,right after that to go film his new "Mission: Blacklist" movie in April 2013. It was previously reported that "Misson: Blacklist" might film in dangerous Iraq. However the studio ,Embarkment Films, shot down that rumor by stating, "It will not be Iraq, they start shooting in April." In the new flick, Rob will play a character named Eric Maddox,who was a real-life interrogator. Eric also wrote the book that the movie is based on. The movie will center around the capture of Saddam Hussein. Apparently, »
Rob and Kristen are going to be spending lots of time away from each other now that Rob has to jet off to film his next movie, Mission: Blacklist. How will they keep their love alive?
Robert Pattinson is one busy guy. When the 26-year-old is finished shooting his movie The Rover in Australia, he has to head off to shoot Mission: Blacklist in April. This means more time away from Kristen Stewart, we are so worried about their relationship.
Rob & Kristen Spending Time Away From Each Other
Rob starts shooting Mission: Blacklist in April and Embankment Films says: “It will not be Iraq, they start shooting in April.”
Eric has come out and praised Rob: “For me, it was a no-brainer. »
- Chloe Melas
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