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Robert Pattinson’s “The Bad Mother’s Handbook” to air on TV

By Kim Palacios

hollywoodnews.com: Robert Pattinson fans are all aTwitter about “The Bad Mother’s Handbook”, a 2007 film featuring the now mega-star. It was a made for TV movie that will air this weekend in some markets, supplying fans with a glimpse at a rare pre-“Twilight” performance.

Reads the film’s plot summary on Netflix, “Moonstruck sixth-form misfit Daniel Gale (Robert Pattinson) woos mouthy schoolmate Charlotte Cooper (Holly Grainger) but finds himself swapping bouquets for baby advice when she shares the secret that she might be pregnant in this charming slice-of-teen-life comedy-drama. Daniel’s fancy proves more than fair weather as Charlotte heads gamely toward a future her own single mum, Karen (Catherine Tate), is determined won’t turn out as hers did.”

Indeed, for fans who won’t have a chance to view it on television this weekend, the film can be rented via Netflix, or purchased on iTunes for $9.99. But, check your local listings first–show times are published on TV Guide.

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