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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Eric Parker (Pattinson)
Robert Pattinson was nearing the end of shooting the last "Twilight" film, concluding a chapter of his life that had picked him out of near obscurity and was preparing to spit him out ... where exactly? "Twilight" had made him extravagantly famous, but his next steps were entirely uncertain.
Rather, he's sought to deflect it to "Cosmopolis," a film that, in an earlier interview before it premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, he said "changed the way I see myself."
He's lined up parts in gritty films far from blockbuster size: "Mission: Black List," a military thriller, and "The Rover" by Australian director David Michod ("Animal Kingdom"), a role he says he fought for more than any before.