Buy ‘Mission: Black List #1″ for your Kindle! The eBook is available on Amazon

Finally! Mission: Black List #1 is available on Amazon for Kindle! Are you going to purchase copy?

Rob: I already have my copy :)

Now we can start organizing the book club again :)

NEW Robert Pattinson Talks About His “Mission Blacklist” Haircut & A Postponement Of The Original Date For Start Of Shooting

While Robert Pattinson was in Berlin for promotion of his movie “Cosmopolis” spoke to They asked him about the buzz cut he had the last time he visited Berlin for “Bel Ami” Promotion.

Here’s the part of the interview where he talks about his hair and also mentions how the original date for the start of shooting of “Mission Blacklist” was postponed. (NB Rob has mentioned in a few interviews recently how MB is to start shooting in the autumn but nothing has been officially announced yet)

Note: Interview is translated using google

Interview with Mr. Pattinson, your hair is long again. Note: He had a crew cut the last time. Did you actually cut your hair for your role in “Cosmopolis” or “Bel Ami”?

Robert Pattinson:
Neither. It was for a movie where I play a soldier who discovers Saddam Hussein. The shooting should have begun in the spring, but was postponed to the autumn.

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NEW: Robert Pattinson talks Mission: Blacklist – Will film entirely in Iraq; Starts in a month

In the September issue of Black Book magazine, Robert Pattinson is on the cover and in his interview, he mentioned Mission: Blacklist. The key points in the article are filming will be entirely in Iraq and Rob leaves next month.

The article was from the perspective of Rob’s heart (???) so keep that in mind when you read the excerpt:


After Twilight hit, things changed. Rob, as they say, broke. “My circle of friends narrowed pretty quickly.” Says Rob, “I like to be the parasite, not the other way around.” We stopped going out. We stopped performing at open mics. Now I hardly ever race anymore. Now, when he’s not being Edward or Eric or someone else, Rob lives like the Hermit of Silver Lake. He wakes up and makes himself some juice. He reads synopses of books on Amazon for a few hours. He makes himself soup and peruses some scripts. Largely these are just words, congealed and bland like day-old porridge, microwaved rehashes of other supernatural epics. Occasionally, I spike when something he reads intrigues me. Like his next drama by the French-Liberian director Jean-Stephane Sauvaire, who’s last film, Johnny Mad Dog, is about Congolese child soldiers. This one will be filmed entirely in Iraq. We leave next month. Perhaps there, the bullets whistling by, or at least the possibility that a bullet could whistle by, will cause me to throb. Until then, we’ll bide our time in the back of a car, idling at an intersection and waiting for the light to change. Jeff asks if we’d like to go anywhere in particular, but we’re not sure. “I never go anywhere.” Rob says matter-of-factly, “I don’t even know where anywhere is.”

Full article scans and images after the cut!

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VIDEO: Robert Pattinson at Comic Con says Mission: Blacklist director is currently in Iraq

Robert Pattinson is in San Diego for Comic Con’s Breaking Dawn Part 2 panel on Thursday, July 12th. During an interview with MTV’s Josh Horowitz, he was asked about his next projects and Mission: Blacklist was discussed. Rob said that director, Jean-Stephane Sauvaire, was currently in Iraq.

Check out the video! Just after 5:55

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Robert Pattinson Tells Industria Magazine How He Met With Eric Maddox For 16 hours

Robert Pattinson likes to spend a lot of time researching his roles before filming a movie and if that means spending 16 hours with Eric Maddox to get the low down on how he found Saddam Hussein then that’s exactly what he’ll do.

Would anyone else like to have been a fly on the wall in that room?

Q: What are you doing next?
A: I’m doing Mission: Blacklist #1 with Jean-Stephane Sauvaire who made Johnny Mad Dog, about Eric Maddox who is the interrogator who led the US to find Saddam Hussein. I hung out with Eric in Washington, he had just got back from Afghanistan, and he gave me the full run down, over 16 hours, of how he found Saddam Hussein. He has a photographic memory and talking through every single detail. Hopefully we will be shooting in Iraq, I think it’s going to be very cool.

Check out the full scans at the Source

He also mentioned meeting Eric and the pressure of doing a good job on the movie to “Skip” Magazine in a translated article

SKIP: Has your approach to looking for parts changed now?
Robert: Sure, I’m older and more confident. I was always afraid that I would never get offered any roles like this one. And to be invited to Cannes on top of it all, you suddenly begin to really see yourself as an actor. I mean Wow, I can really do cool movies as well (laughs)! I have very recently signed on to a couple of projects which, at this time last year, I wouldn’t have thought I’d be able to do. In one of them I’ll play a soldier who was present when they arrested Saddam Hussein. To prepare I’ve spent some time with the guy and of course it’s very important for him that we get it right. That’s quite a lot of pressure – but I like it that way!

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We asked. You answered. What’s fascinating about ‘Mission: Blacklist’? Plus more book purchasing info

When we hit 1,000 followers on twitter, we said we’d give away a copy of Mission: Black List #1Robert Pattinson said that Eric Maddox was a fascinating person and the story was amazing so for the contest, we asked followers to tell us to fill in the blank:

Mission: Blacklist fascinates me because _________

The winner was this entry, randomly selected by @tweetaways

Mission: Blacklist fascinates me because it’s based off a true story and Rob is going to portray Eric Maddox perfectly. @
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All the entries were great and we wanted to share them with you guys. This won’t be our last contest but we contacted the official site for the book to find out when they’d have more in stock. They wrote back saying “the book will be available within the month” and their website would be up and running soon with plenty of books for purchase. Click HERE to visit the official site for the book.

Now…what fascinates our readers and followers about this story and upcoming film?

@: Mission: Blacklist fascinates me because I find it to be an important journey and we’ll get first-hand details!
Little J.

Mission: Blacklist fascinates me because the Gulf War is the first war that happened in my lifetime. I want to know more. @
Lucy T

@ Mission: Blacklist fascinates me because it shows the interrogation techniques of a soldier searching for truth among lies

@Mission: Blacklist fascinates me because it is a story about a man and a team who changed the world!
Mija in Swe

@ Mission Blacklist fascinates me because who else should play a war hero than Robert Pattinson?

@ Mission Blacklist fascinates me because I just love learning about our American heroes and the daily sacrifices they make.
Tara Seely

Mission: Blacklist fascinates me because it explains how the interrogations were conducted and we can debate about them @

Mission: Blacklist fascinates me because it’s one story, one man compelled to one need in history. @

@ true stories of our military people are always interesting. I was a Navy Wife for 10 years before we had e-mail and cells.
April Tyerman

Mission: Blacklist fascinates me because of the incredible nature of the story itself & Rob’s the 1 to tell it onscreen! :) @

@ Mission:Blacklist fascinates me because its a sentimental and intriguing story of events that changed the world forever

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AUDIO: “Eric Maddox Is One Of The Most Fascinating People I’ve Ever Met & The Story’s Amazing” – Robert Pattinson

MissionBlacklist France got the chance to talk to Robert Pattinson at the “Cosmopolis” Premiere in Berlin and asked him why he chose the role of Eric in “Mission: Blacklist” and also about scouting filming locations in Iraq


Question: Hi! One of your next projects is Mission:Blacklist. What made you choose this role and are you really going to scout locations in Iraq?

Robert Pattinson : I read the script. I thought the script…I didn’t even realize that the script was a real story and then they told me it was a true story. I met Eric Maddox who it’s based on. He’s one of the most fascinating people I have ever met and the story’s amazing. We’re looking into Iraq, I mean he was there, I mean it’s quite difficult obviously to go there, but I think it would be a good thing to do to go and start… you know.


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