File this one under "D" for "Duh": Robert Pattinson will appear as Edward Cullen in Breaking Dawn, the fourth and final movie in the Twilight saga.
While at the Cannes International Film Festival, R-Patts confirmed today to The Hollywood Reporter that he is committed to starring, but doesn't know when production will begin. The cast and crew is currently filming New Moon, which will be released in November, and then moving right on to shooting Eclipse in October.
In the book version of New Moon, Rob's character Edward Cullen plays a voice in Bella's head. However, he reveals the screen adaptation will have more Edward than just a voice.
"You're playing a figment in Bella's imagination so I was trying to do it in a 2-D way. I hope it doesn't translate onscreen as being boring."
In addition to his busy schedule full of Twilight commitments, Robert has plans to star in another Summit production, Remember Me, about a man who spends six weeks after meeting someone working out if he is in love or not.
When it comes to R-Patts, that's something we don't need time to figure out.
R-PATTS IN CANNES:
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