Robert Pattinson To Appear On 'Daily Show,' 'Jimmy Fallon'

Actor will also stop by 'The View,' 'Today Show' while promoting 'Remember Me' in New York.

When [movieperson id="365131"]Robert Pattinson[/movieperson] hits New York in March, he'll be making some time for Stewart. No, he won't be meeting up with "Twilight" co-star [movieperson id="262629"]Kristen Stewart[/movieperson] — instead he'll sit down with Jon Stewart for an appearance on "The Daily Show."

Gossip Cop confirms that Pattinson, who is promoting his flick "Remember Me," will appear on the show on Tuesday, March 2. It's one of many television appearances he'll be making that week. Earlier that day, he and [movie id="430301"]"Remember Me"[/movie] co-star Emilie de Ravin will sit down with the ladies of "The View" to chat about the film, which opens March 12.

On Monday, Pattinson will stop by "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" to help Fallon ring in one year as the show's host. Fallon very famously poked fun at Pattinson and "Twilight" in a spoof he created for the show. That same day Pattinson will make an earlier stop at 30 Rock to appear on "The Today Show."

Stewart — Kristen, that is — recently raved to MTV News about Pattinson's work in the romantic drama. "I've seen the movie, I'm going to just say — I'm sure people will be like, 'Oh my God [I'm so jealous!]," she said. "He's really good in the movie.

"Living is so wrapped up in who you are as an actor, not everybody can play every part," she said, explaining that RPattz was well cast in the film. "He is really strong in the movie. Maybe people won't really expect that — he's quite bold, which is great."

She added that although she loved Pattinson in the flick, she admits it's difficult to criticize your friends. "It's hard to talk about your friends — about anybody that's close to you that you know," she said. "It's like, he's everything I know he is. I know he can do any film."

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