Weekly Roundup of Pics and Quotes of the Day   Leave a comment

Here’s the weekly round-up of pics and quotes of the day that we post on our Tumblr.


“I’d suck a peppermint for a bit, and then stick it onto my body, under my armpits and covering my entire chest, and not tell anyone. So, every single time, the elephant would be constantly sniffing me and I’d be like, “I don’t know, she just really likes me. It’s crazy!” But, I think she was just sniffing around for a treat.”

– Robert Pattinson

More after the jump!

“I don’t mind working with poop, at all. I have a natural propensity to work on big piles of poop. I’m very familiar with it. I don’t know why.” – Robert Pattinson (On shovelling poop on the set of Water for Elephants)

“It’s really easy for me. I’ve got quite bad posture and I’ve got a big, heavy head, so it just slumps down and she was in the right spot, naturally.” – Robert Pattinson (On kissing Reese Witherspoon)

“I did this movie called Bel Ami at the beginning of the year, and we did a lot of rehearsals, and we were doing all this body language stuff, and I was so embarrassed doing it in front of other actors. And they were so comfortable with it! I felt like the biggest moron ever.” – Robert Pattinson

“There is something incredibly beautiful and strange when you see a hyena and tigers and zebras and they’re all in the same room together all passed out sleeping—and a baby giraffe at the end.” – Robert Pattinson

“There was something about where we were shooting and just the wildness the story created—there’s something kind of magical about it.” – Robert Pattinson (On Water for Elephants)

“Whenever I’m driving through the countryside in America and just see flat land going for ages and ages and tiny little towns with their little gas station and stuff. That’s what my idea of America is. I never think about New York or any of the cities. That’s what it seems to me. That period, that’s the end of the Wild West. That energy I find really attractive. I like the idea of romanticizing America because England in the ’30s, there’s nothing I particularly want to romanticize. There’s something about America at that point in time that seems very symbolic of hope for some reason.” – Robert Pattinson



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