Reese Witherspoon Says Robert Pattinson Could Teach Her a Few Things on Avoiding Paparazzi   2 comments

 

From USA Today:

Newly married Reese Witherspoon says she could learn a thing or two about fame from Water for Elephants co-star Robert Pattinson.

Did she try to give him advice? “Me?!” she gasped to USA TODAY’s Andrea Mandell via phone. “If anything I’d probably be asking his advice. He has, like, military tactics to avoid paparazzi. It’s pretty incredible the operations that go on.”

In the film (a tan!) R-Patz takes a break from hunky vampire Edward Cullen to join the Water for Elephants’ 1930s-set circus. And while Reese says her kids are still too young for Twilight, the age range of fans camping out by the Water for Elephants set was unbelievable. “I’ve worked with a lot of people but I’ve never seen the amount of attention or paparazzi or just fans camped out on the edge of the set ever in my whole life,” she says. “There’d be little, little girls camped out, 7-year-olds with their parents at 4 o’clock in the morning. Five o’clock in the morning we’d pull off of set – I was bleary eyed and there’d be 10 women waiting on the roof of their cars just trying to see him.”


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