Producers Trying to Lock Down Robert Pattinson Movie Shoot
As shooting on Robert Pattinson's upcoming film, Remember Me, heads into the final stretch, producers are doing everything they can to keep their megawatt star from being distracted and their set overrun by fans.
In the last week, R-Pattz name is no longer listed on the day's call sheet, so that only a select, small group of people on-set know if Rob is involved in that day's shooting.
The producers also recently held a meeting with the Remember Me crew where they were given explicit rules about how to deal with questions about Rob by either the media or the Twilight hunk's fan. "They were told not to talk to the press at all," one insider reveals. "And when they talk on their phones about the shoot, they need to make sure no one else is around. They've also started listing these rules on the top of call sheets."
To ward off some overeager R-Pattz watchers, crewmembers often lie about what's being shot, telling onlookers that it's for a commercial or an episode of Law & Order.
"It's ridiculous," one crewmember tells OK!. "I worked on a film with Jennifer Aniston and it wasn't nearly this bad. Older people don't even know who he is. It's all the teenagers that literally scream when they see him who make shooting impossible. They've had to hire security, it's actually the same company Aniston used."