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"Obviously it's quite difficult to shoot there, but I think it's a fascinating country. And the director's been sending me pictures of just the original... palaces where the U.S. army was based and they're beautiful. They're stunning... They're all just empty, just sitting there." Actor Robert Pattinson is excited about shooting Mission: Blacklist, in which he plays a U.S. soldier searching for Saddam Hussein in war-torn Iraq in 2003. Director Jean-Stephane Sauvaire currently scouting location
Twilight star Robert Pattinson is heading to Iraq to film scenes for his new movie Mission: Blacklist. The film chronicles the capture of Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein, and the British actor, who will play real-life military interrogator Eric Maddox, has confirmed he will be shooting the project in Iraq next summer (13).
The war hero Robert Pattinson will portray in new movie Mission: Blacklist has given the Twilight star the thumbs up to play him after spending 14 hours with the Brit.
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British actor Robert Pattinson has signed up to star in a new movie detailing the capture of Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein.
|Eric Maddox||Source Material||(from book: "Mission Blacklist #1: The Inside Story of the Search for Saddam Hussein--As told by the Soldier who Masterminded his Capture")||120786||4000002|
|Davin Seay||Source Material||(from book: "Mission Blacklist #1: The Inside Story of the Search for Saddam Hussein--As told by the Soldier who Masterminded his Capture")||120786||4000003|
|Ross M. Dinerstein||Producer||n/a||3||3000002|
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