Rob to attend several Water For Elephant premieres

In the coming weeks, there will be several premieres forRobert Pattinson's Water For Elephants, and he is (along with co-stars like Reese Witherspoon and Christoph Waltz as well as director Francis Lawrence) expected to attend at least four of them: the U.S. premiere in New York City, the U.K. premiere in London, the German premiere in Berlin, and the Australian premiere in Sydney - details below.
The U.S. premiere will take place Ziegfeld Theater in New York City on April 17th, with arrivals beginning at 5:00 p.m. EST. Pattinson and his co-stars are expected to attend this event.
Other premieres taking place in April are Germany's in Berlin on April 27th (Pattinson, Witherspoon, Waltz, and Lawrence will attend - taking place at Cinestar Sony Center in Potsdamer Platz, and a contest for tickets is being held here), and France's in Paris on April 28th.
Starting in May, a Spanish premiere will take place in Barcelona on May 1st, and then the U.K. premiere will take place in London on May 3rd. Robert Pattinson and his co-stars are expected to attend the London premiere, but it has not been confirmed whether he will attend the others. It has been confirmed that Pattinson will not attend an Italy-based premiere, however, due to "a filming conflict."
Finally, Australians should expect to see the cast at their premiere in Sydney (The State Theatre) on May 6th. Video coverage to that effect, which includes a great clip from the film and an announced contest for fans to walk the red carpet, is attached.
Also attached is a behind-the-scenes video interview from Pattinson's recent The Tonight Show With Jay Lenoappearance.


  1. Is it possible to get tickets to the NYC premiere? I would love to attend, but don't know where to look to buy tickets. Thank you!

  2. At this time we don't have any information on attending the premiere in NYC but if I hear anything I will be sure to post it! :) -E

  3. we don't still have confirmation about Paris, London and Barcelona? are you sure about them?