Uma Thurman On Rob – He’s Extremely Dashing, Like An Old-World Movie Star
Throughout the course of his first few years in the business, Robert Pattinson has had a great run with quality leading ladies. During MTV News’ recent live interview with the star, he joked that he has a special place in his heart for working with “hot girls.”
When MTV News caught up with one of the “hot” women in question, Uma Thurman, she laughed off the compliment and turned the praise back toward her co-star and his impressive work in their upcoming period drama, “Bel Ami.”
“Robert Pattinson is, I think, going to be a really serious actor,” Thurman said while promoting her new movie “Ceremony.” “I think he’s incredibly concrete in his presence on the set and obviously is very handsome. [He] is a very nice person and he’s sensitive. He’s present. … He’s a really good actor.”
Thurman went on to say that while a lot of attention is focused on his attractiveness, he was very professional during filming and held his own with all the women who appear in “Bel Ami.”
“Yes, he’s extremely dashing, like an old-world movie star,” Thurman admitted. “[But] he’s got a lot of weight to him. I don’t think he was knocked down by all the women they threw at him [during the filming of ‘Bel Ami’], which I think is probably lucky for him.”
Speaking to Pattinson’s comments that we might see a lot of his bum in “Bel Ami,” Thurman revealed she was not privy to any RPattz nakedness.
“I didn’t see his bum once!” she said, laughing. “So I can’t tell you about it. I don’t know what happened to him with other characters, I have no idea, to tell you the truth,” she said, adding that just because she didn’t see it, doesn’t mean it won’t be in the film. “I haven’t seen the film cut together, so there may or may not be Robert’s bum.”
Posted on March 23, 2011, in Bel Ami, interviews, Robert Pattinson and tagged Bel Ami, Georges Duroy - Bel Ami, interviews, Like An Old-World Movie Star, Robert Pattinson, Uma Thurman, Uma Thurman On Rob - He's Extremely Dashing. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.