March 17th, 2009 / 6 Comments


Okay, is it possible that these outtakes are even better than the ones they decide to put on the magazine? I hope these helps you brighten up your Tuesday morning. They certainly work wonders for me.

(Special thanks to Maria for pointing these out).

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March 13th, 2009 / 1 Comment


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HOW TO BE is featured on the March issue of an Indonesian magazine called “Trailer”. Thanks to Shanna, we have a translation of the article here:

Meet the real Robert Pattinson. Forget about the cool vampire and his romance story, Robert Pattinson is totally geeky and loveless in How to Be!
Before his name rocketed through the stars thanks to the romantic vampire movie, Twilight, this actor who played Edward Cullen had acted in an independent movie created by Oliver Irving. How to Be was Oliver Irving’s first full-length feature film and was produced by Justin Kelly. Pattinson was given this role because he was considered very suitable to Art, the character he played in the movie, whom Pattinson himself admitted to sharing certain similar characteristics with.

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March 13th, 2009 / 7 Comments


Here’s what we’ve been waiting for, the GQ article (and the pictures as well, of course…). I just love reading this article (mainly because it’s soo long) and because I truly missed Rob’s interviews (there used to be so many). And he just seemed so honest here, it’s hard not to believe anything he said…especially the part where he said he didn’t remember the last time he ate. Anyway, I’d better not ramble too much, read this carefully, it’s really worth your time.

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HE’S HOT, HE’S SEXY, HE’S UNDEAD

Two years ago, Robert Pattinson was a forgotten extra in a ‘Harry Potter’ movie. Then he got cast as a blue-balled vampire in ‘Twilight,’ the year’s kazillion-dollar movie franchise, and every woman in America over 14 wants him. Too bad he’s not sure he wants them.It’s December; Twilight, in which Pattinson, 22, plays an adorably tortured perma-teenage vampire too principled to drink human blood, has been in theaters for about a month. Long enough for it to gross more than $150 million, long enough for the studio to pull the trigger on the first of three potential sequels by replacing director Catherine Hardwicke with one of the guys responsible for the American Pie franchise, not long enough for Pattinson to grasp what any of these developments mean for him, or the importance of dissembling in the presence of reporters.

He slides into his chair, dressed all in black, with a weeks-old beard, hair crammed under a wool cap, looking like Justin Timberlake researching an off-Broadway turn as Terry Malloy. His clothes smell like he has recently purchased them off the back of someone less fortunate than he. He’s just come from a big-time meeting with a director and can’t wait to tell us how weird it was. Some guy offering him a part, maybe, in a movie so double top secret he couldn’t tell Pattinson what it was about. “He wouldn’t say anything,” Pattinson says, “and he also wouldn’t leave,” so Pattinson sat there and talked about himself for three hours and drank enough coffee to make a rhino’s heart explode.

“God, I don’t remember the last time I ate,” Pattinson says.

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March 12th, 2009 / 5 Comments


I literally screamed when I saw this picture! I’m definitely grabbing this magazine the moment I see it hit the newstands.

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Picture source: pattinsonlife LJ Community

February 28th, 2009 / 1 Comment


Rob and the cast of Twilight did a photoshoot for Teen Vogue magazine back in November last year. Here are the outtakes. Check out Rob’s white pants and weird yellow glasses! I don’t know any other guy (or person) who could get away wearing something like that.

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Thanks to the amazing Lion and Lamb Love for another set of great pictures!

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January 31st, 2009 / No Comments


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The Dish Rag by Elizabeth Snead from LA Times mentioned that there will only be an East Coast  Premiere for Little Ashes. The press conference will be held in New York, but the date isn’t confirmed yet. The film will also be shown at the European Film Market Festival (Berlinare), which starts next week, but Robert Pattinson will not be attending.

Anyway, I am jealous of those lucky fans in the States who are able to watch the movie on March 27th (not that long to go..) which is actually the same date that Kristen Stewart’s movie, Adventureland, is going to open. Which one are you going to see first?

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