Friday, April 30, 2010

Remember Me Props Up for Bids

On May 1st, you can bid on various items and clothing that was used in filming Remember Me.

Items included are Tyler's backpack, some of Caroline's drawings, and screen worn clothes from Robert Pattinson, Emilie de Ravin and Tate Ellington.

The live, online auction is brought to you by Screen Props Live from the Texas Frightmare Week-End Convention in Irving, Texas.

To check out the items in this auction or to bid, please click here:
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Thursday, April 29, 2010


Invite your friends, family, schoolmates, co-workers and everyone you know to see the movie... SHOWTIMES, TICKETS: Don't forget, 'The Perfect Game is also playing throughout the U.S.A. and Mexico!
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Lost Episode 6.14: Promo 2

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Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Emilie and Rob on the cover of "Teen Tribute Magazine"

I just found out that Emilie and Robert were on the cover of "Teen Tribute" Magazine. The magazine is March's issue but i have never seen it before....
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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Emilie will appear on "JIMMY KIMMEL: ALOHA TO LOST"

Great news everyone!!! Emilie is gonna by in Jimmy Jimmel's special episode dedicated to Lost called "JIMMY KIMMEL: ALOHA TO LOST". The episode is gonna air on May 23 after Lost's finale.

Tickets can be requested at The selected audience will get the chance to watch the LOST finale hours before the rest of us!
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The Perfect Game: Box Office Report

Box Office Mojo has updated it's page about The Perfect Game and provided some new info about film. According to the site Emilie's new movie has grossed $849,665 in the US after being released in a limited number of theaters.
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"The Chameleon" fan review

"Lilmouse", a huge Emilie's fan, attended The Chameleon premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival and wrote a review about the film. It contain some spoilers so watch out while reading:

I went to the Tribeca Film Festival to see a movie with Emilie de Ravin called The Chameleon

Plot Synopsis:
When teenage Nicholas Barclay (Grondin) mysteriously resurfaces after missing for over three years, his sister welcomes him with open arms and teary eyes. His mother (Barkin) takes his hand without even looking at him. But no one seems to question that he is who he claims to be, except for a no-nonsense FBI agent, Nancy (Janssen). She quickly starts noticing that pieces of the puzzle don't quite fit and gets down to the truth

Emilie was not at the festival, which was disappointing, but not unexpected. I kept hearing that the Lost wrap party was either April 23rd or April 24th, and no way would Emilie miss the wrap party for a show she's been on for 5 years for a film festival.

Ellen Barkin & Famke Janssen did show up. They introduced the film, but there wasn't a Q&A afterwards. After the movie, everyone left the theater, and I'm not even sure if the actors stuck around to see the film.

The film was very good. Ellen Barkin gave an amazing performance and I have to say she was even better than Emilie. When "her son" is found, she's so distant and I didn't understand why, but as the film slowly unfolds and we find out more about her character - like the guilt she carries - and family secrets, her actions make sense.

Emilie's mainly in the first half of the film because the boy that claims to be her brother lives with her. Her character - Kathy - is in MAJOR denial, and Emilie played it so well that sometimes I wanted to smack some sense into her. She was very different from Claire or any other character she played. Eventually, "Nicholas" becomes violent towards her and hard to deal with, so he goes to live with "his mom." Once "Nicholas" goes to live with the mother - Ellen Barkin - Emilie disappears and comes back for about two scenes.

I think my favorite scenes were the ones between Kimberly (Ellen Barkin) and "Nicholas." Even though he wasn't really her son, she did bond with him, and he doesn't give her up even when it's clear she knows something about her real son's disappearance.

Nich Stahl was a crazy asshole. It's never confirmed, but it's alluded to that he killed his brother - the real Nicholas - whose body still hasn't been found. Ellen Barkin's character is consumed with guilt because one son killed the other, and she didn't do anything to stop it. When she broke down, it was sad to watch and she was very believable.

The family is really messed up in the film, but "Nicholas" - his real name is Frederic - is even more dysfunctional. All he wants is love and it's found out he poses as missing children all over the world and seeks out families just to get love. In one scene, he's standing outside his real mom's home (who he was taken away from at the age of two) and calls her. Posing as someone else, he tells her that he was found dead. After she hangs up the phone, she turns on the TV like nothing happened.

The film is based on a true story. Frederic has stolen hundreds of identities. Even after he was arrested in the US, he went back to France (where he's from) and continued to steal identities. Nowadays, he's married and has two children. How a women could trust him enough to marry him and have kids with him, I don't know. But he's known throughout Europe as "The Chameleon." What a reputation to have, right?

The experience wasn't as exciting as the last Tribeca Film Festival I went to, but I'm glad I got to see the film because who knows if it'll come out.
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Sunday, April 25, 2010

REMEMBER ME Crosses $50 Million Mark Worldwide

Robert Pattinson’s Remember Me, the $16 million production referred to by some (those who have trouble with the Pattinson/Twilight phenomenon) as a "box office flop," has grossed about $50 million worldwide.
According to figures provided by Box Office Mojo, Remember Me has taken in $18.852 million (as of Apr. 22) in the United States/Canada and more than $30.09 million overseas.
I say "more than" because Box Office Mojo’s chart for Remember Me hasn’t been updated for several markets, including key ones such as Australia (Mar. 28), Italy (Apr 4), The Netherlands (Apr 11), and Russia (Apr 4). Also, the most recent data available overall is from April 18, or a week ago. (Box Office Mojo hasn’t updated their international total — shown on top — for the movie since April 11.)
By now, Pattinson’s Remember Me has undoubtedly already crossed the $50 million mark worldwide. And it still hasn’t opened in foreign territories such as Japan, China, and South Korea.
Outside the US/Canada, Remember Me’s top markets are: the UK ($5.168m), Russia/CSI ($3.396m), Germany ($3.019m), France ($2.848m), Italy ($2.358m), Spain ($2.319m), Brazil ($1.893m), and Australia ($1.216m).
By now, Pattinson’s first tryout as an "actor-executive producer" has probably crossed the $1 million mark in Belgium/Luxemburg ($988K, Apr 18), and perhaps in Mexico ($916K, Apr. 18) as well.
Directed by Allen Coulter, Remember Me stars Pattinson as Tyler Hawkins, a rebellious young man at odds with his wealthy father (Pierce Brosnan). Also in the cast: Emilie de Ravin, Chris Cooper, Lena Olin, and Ruby Jerins. Will Fetters wrote the screenplay.
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Friday, April 23, 2010

The Chameleon: Poster, Promotional stills and Trailer

Today is a great day because not only does the world premiere of The Chameleon will take place in Tribeca film festival but it's poster, first stills and trailer were released confirming that the film will be released in France on June 23.

I would really like to thank for the heads up... It is a great site and i really recomment to all Emilie's fans!!!!!!!!  :) :)
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Emilie's amazing photoshoot

A week ago EmilieDeRavinFan owners posted in their site the first outtake from Emilie's new photoshoot for Flaunt Magazine. The magazine sent this photo to the site so i won't post it here (it is an EmilieDeRavinFan's exclusive) but now there are some brand new photos online which i think are from the same photoshoot. Emilie looks gorgeous, i think it is her best photoshoot ever. I am really amazed!!!! Check these awesome pics bellow:
Credit goes to taragenie from Fan Forum!!!
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Emilie's Interview about Remember Me

 Here is a new Emilie's interview about Remember Me. She talks about her character, Ally, Robert Pattinson, the director of the movie Allen Coulter and Nick Osborne who is the producer of the film.

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Thursday, April 22, 2010

Additional Lost promotional still from "The Last Recruit"

Thnx Taragenie from Fan Forum!!! ;)

Update: Here are some more i just found:

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Lost: Cast Promotional Photo

Here is an amazing Lost promotional photo featuring the whole cast. Let's hope it is not the last one... ;)

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Lost Episode 6.13: Ratings + a great review for Emilie

Here is a part from a review for "The Lat Recruit" reffering to Emilie. The article was posted on by Sam McPherson.

One thing about the episode that made me happy was the return of Claire in kind of a big way. After episodes of her lingering around in the background at the Man in Black's camp, she finally got back in on the action with tonight's episode, and perhaps is showing some signs of fighting the hold that the Man in Black has on her. Emilie de Ravin was great in the episode (greasy hair or not), and seeing Jack and Claire meet now that they know they're siblings was slightly underwhelming, but was such a minor part of the episode that I can't honestly say I blame the writers for cutting that story short.

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Lost - Episode 6.14 - The Candidate: Promo - Promo's Screencaps - Stills

As you may know we will have to wait for 2 weeks in order to see the next episode of Lost but ABC released it's promo after "The Last Recruit" ended which was awesome by the way. The ones who have seen "The Candidate" said that it is gonna be the best episode in the history of the show. The ones who visit Dark Ufo's spoiler section know that IT is gonna happend in THIS episode......  The only thing we have to do is wait..... :(

Promo's Screencaps:

Promotional Stills:

Credit for all this stuff goes to Dark Ufo
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Anchor Bay bringing 2010 film “Operation: Endgame” starring Zach Galifianakis & Emilie de Ravin to Blu-ray in July

Bad news everyone... It seems that Operation Endgame won't be released in theaters. The movie had it's world premiere last week in Actionfest and was supposed to be released this fall. But it seems plans changed because according to the following article the movie will be realised staight to DVD:

Anchor Bay (A Starz company) in an early alert to retailers has announced plans to bring the 2010 Fouad Mikati directed film “Operation: Endgame” starring Zach Galifianakis (of “The Hangover” fame) & Emilie de Ravin (of TV’s “LOST“) to Blu-ray Disc on July 27th. Tech specs and bonus materials have not yet been announced for this release. The title is already available for PRE-ORDER over at Amazon with a $24.49 price tag. Stay tuned for more details.

I am really disappointed with these news but i still hope that something may change... :( :( :(
Credit goes to Lucy Pearl from Fan Forum
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The Perfect Game Updates

Hey guys, what's up?? Sorry for not updating the blog for almost a week but my internet connection sucks lately. A lot of interesting things happended so i will start sharing them with you!!!

First of all, the Perfect Game is in theaters in a limited release for almost a week. Here are the first Box Office results: According to the fist estimates the movie has grossed  $494,000  in it's fist 3 days. Box Office Mojo hasn't updated these numbers yet but i am sure we will learn more soon! Furthermore according to the same site The Perfect Game has grossed $2,212,930 in Mexico.

Moreover, if you are interested in seeing The Perfect Game and you don't know if it's playing near your area this list might help you.
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Saturday, April 17, 2010

Emilie on the cover of Fabric Magazine + Interview

Lost in translation
Emilie de Ravin chats to Deborah Harris about why so many films are just too idealistic, and what she loved about working on new film, Remember Me

Aussie-born actress Emilie de Ravin doesn't fit the blonde, Hollywood airhead mould. She has a lot to say for herself with a refreshing outspokenness that immediately lets you know that she's no ordinary girl. But nor is her latest movie, Remember Me, an ordinary story.
 "The thing that really pisses me off with a lot of scripts and films is that they are too idealistic," asserts de Ravin. "This was real and gritty; beautiful and ugly; sexy and sad – but romantic at the same time." And if anyone understands the complexities of relationships it's Emilie who, at just 29, has already been married and divorced, to actor Josh Janowicz. "When I read the script, I knew I needed to play this character. I remember thinking, ‘If I don't get this, I'll quit.'"
In Remember Me de Ravin plays Ally Craig, a young woman trying to return to normality after seeing her mother tragically killed, when Tyler, played by Twilight hunk Robert Pattinson, walks into her life. "I think Ally isn't ruling out love, but neither is she looking for it," explains de Ravin. "They launch into something that attracts them not just physically but on a mental and intellectual level, too. It feels very real," she says. So what was it like working with man-of-the-moment R-Patz? "I didn't know who Rob was!" she laughs. Surely not? "Really – I just read the script and fell in love with it." This is typical of de Ravin's attitude to Hollywood: for her, it's more about picking the right projects and being lucky enough to be surrounded by decent people, than being a star.
Emilie's charisma and interest in people suits the often-nomadic lifestyle of an actor, an aspect of the job that doesn't seem to faze her. While filming Lost in Hawaii, she would regularly fly back and forth to her base in LA, but her ‘home' – where her parents, sisters and their kids are – is Australia. So how does she deal with the separation? "I'll probably go back for a long stay when Lost wraps, and I'm in constant contact with them, but I wish I was around more."
Ravin feels a debt of gratitude to her family. "When I left home as a teen and moved to America to study ballet, they gave me the freedom to follow my heart." But ballet wasn't the only thing on the cards: de Ravin's first big break came in Canadian TV show BeastMaster, after which she went on to appear in teen series Roswell. "My family were very supportive – then and now. I'm lucky."
That's work, then, but what does she do for fun? "You'd think I'd get enough of it, but I love staying in watching a film." It's difficult to keep Emilie off the subject of work, and I wonder whether she likes to watch herself? "I hate watching myself," she says. But though Emilie may not end up watching Remember Me, she certainly has high hopes for its success, "I really hope people enjoy it. But if they don't," she adds, back to her trademark candour, "that's obviously going to suck."

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Friday, April 16, 2010

"The Perfect Game" Countdown: The wait is over!!!

The Perfect Game opens today, so invite your friends, family, schoolmates, co-workers and everyone you know to see the movie!!!!!! It's in limited release so make sure that it is playing in your area!
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Remember Me DVD Blu Ray covers

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TEEN VOGUE: Ten Best Dressed: March 2010 posted a list with the best dressed celebrities of last month!!! Emilie is in the second place among 9 other celebrities!!! You can see the list here.
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Thursday, April 15, 2010

"The Perfect Game" Countdown: 1 day left

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"The Perfect Game" Countdown: 2 days left

'The Perfect Game' stages an amazing ninth-inning comeback:

"Five out of five stars," "A perfect sports movie...," "One of the best sports movies ever...," "A true grand slam..." - Kids Pick Flicks

 "Sentimental movie..." - Alfonso De Elias, Orale USA

The Perfect Game: "It’s amazing," "Will touch your heart..." - Tommy Calle, Hoy Newspaper

"Perfect entertainment!" - Gerri Miller - Scholastic/Quizfest

"The perfect sports movie. A touching tale of the human spirit..." - Parimal Rohit, Campus Circle/Buzzine Magazine

A truly inspirational family film which sheds a positive light on Latinos everywhere..." - Fernando Esquivél,

"'The Perfect Game' is a strong family movie that will strike a chord with baseball history buffs, or anyone who knows what it is like to be a kid in love with the game..." - Ben Apatoff,

The Perfect Game has the same irresistible appeal that made "The Blind Side" such a heart-stirring crowd pleaser. 

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"The Perfect Game" Countdown: 3 days left

Behind the scenes:
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The Perfect Game: Box Office Report

Box Office Mojo updated The Perfect Game's page confirming that it's Foreign Total as of Apr. 11 is $1,725,355. The Perefect Game is coming to the U.S. theaters tomorrow in a limited release so don't forget to check if you can see it in your local theater. ;)
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Operation: Endgame Review

Here is the very first review for Emilie's new movie Operation:Endgame which will have it's world premiere on Actionfest and will be released later this fall:

Country: U.S.A.
Director: Fouad Mikati
Runtime: 87 minutes
Language: English

April 16 - 10pm
April 17 - 5:15pm

OK, without trying to hype this thing too damn much, every film festival has one movie that they consider to be their own little discovery, and for us it's OPERATION: ENDGAME. We saw this a few months back when it was called ROUGE'S GALLERY (we're still not sure why the title change, but we'll go with it) and were delightfully surprised with what we saw. As much of a comedy/thriller as it is an action movie, OPERATION: ENDGAME moves with a lot of quick wit and boast a terrific cast that, along with a solid script by Sam Levinson and Brian Watanabe, puts a lot of big fun on the screen. Trust us on this one.
OPERATION: ENDGAME is one of those movies whose casting is essential to its success, and director Fouad Mikati (making his debut) cast this one wisely. While boasting such skilled dramatic talent as Ellen Bakrin and Ving Rhames, it's also filled with several comedic heavyweights, like Bob Odenkirk (MR. SHOW), Adam Scott (STEP BROTHERS), Rob Corrdry (currently stealing the show in HOT TUB TIME MACHINE) and THE HANGOVER's Zack Galafanakis. Mikati handles the action expertly and wisely lets the cast do their thing, and their often hilarious interplay makes for some of the undisputed highlights of this year's festival. OPERATION: ENDGAME is just a giant ball of fun on the big screen, and we're hoping the word of mouth catches on about it so we can say we helped put it on the map. ActionFest is honored to be hosting the world premiere several months in advance of its fall 2010 release, and we hope you'll all show up to see one of the year's best and brightest genre films. (Matthew Kiernan)
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Old Interview on "Extra"

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Lost: Additional stills & ratings for 6.12

“Lost” (9:00-10:00 p.m.)
Opposite stiff original demographic competition at 9:00p.m. on Fox (third half-hour of “American Idol” into the highly-promoted return of “Glee”) and NBC (second hour of a 2-hour “Biggest Loser”), ABC’s “Lost” surged from its lead-in by 41% in Adults 18-49 (3.8/10), beating out its non-“Idol”-driven competition in the time period on NBC (“Biggest Loser” = 3.7/9) and CBS (“NCIS: LA” replay = 1.9/5).

Source:Dark Ufo

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Lost: The Last Recruit: ABC Promo & Promotional Stills

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