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More from Access Hollywood’s Interview Reese Witherspoon & Robert Pattinson   1 comment

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Another NEW Still of Robert Pattinson in WFE and the One from Earlier Untagged   Leave a comment

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Another New Water For Elephants TV Spot With New Scenes   Leave a comment

 

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*SCAN* + Translation ‘Water for Elephants’ Review in French Magazine   13 comments

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Unbalanced talent among the lead actors and a predictable story.

With this film, we wanted to know if Robert Pattinson could play something different from his tortured vampire role in which he only displays 2 emotions througout the Twilight saga. The answer is yes: actually he can play a tortured veterinary student who only displays 2 emotions throughout this film. He is not strong enough to face Christoph Waltz who displays anger from the very first time we see him or even the sweet Reese Witherspoon who is so charming. Pattinson can’t really express anything with this love triangle set in a circus during the Great Depression. It ‘s lacking passion and sensuality to trigger off any emotions.

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*SCAN* Water for Elephants and Robert Pattinson interview in ‘Star’ magazine   1 comment

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*VIDEO* Water for Elephants Editor Alan Edward Bell talks about WFE and Robert Pattinson   Leave a comment

The Water for Elephants editor talks about Robert Pattinson in an interview with Rouge Network

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UK Fans: Win Tickets to the London Premiere of Water for Elephants!   2 comments

Sky Living is giving you the chance to win tickets to the premiere on May 3rd:


How to win? Just answer the question below along with your name, email and contact number HERE

Closing date: Sunday 30th April. Full Terms and Conditions here.

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Amazing new Robert Pattinson wallpaper   8 comments

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People Magazine Most Beautiful 2011 – Hottest 25 Stars who are 25: Robert Pattinson & Anna Kendrick   1 comment

From People Magazine:

ROBERT PATTINSON

While Twi-hards can’t get enough of Pattinson – or his waxen face – the British star who’s played vampire Edward Cullen since 2008 is done with the look of the undead. “I’m so sick of my own pallid, gray complexion,” he’s said. “Having that makeup put on every single day, as soon as you get it taken off, it’s like, ‘Oh, you do look normal. You look healthy now.’”

ANNA KENDRICK

At 25, Kendrick has impressed leading men like George Clooney and Robert Pattinson with both her brains and her beauty. “Anna’s a wonderful breath of fresh air,” Up in the Air director Jason Reitman told Vogue of his Oscar-nominated star. “She’s not afraid of her intelligence.”

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*VIDEO & Interview* Reese Witherspoon talks about Robert Pattinson   Leave a comment

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Reese Witherspoon has officially joined the cinematic “cougar” clan.

In her real life, the Oscar-winning actress just tied the knot with agent Jim Toth (five years her senior) but in her reel life, she gets it on with “Twilight” sensation Rob Pattinson – eleven years her junior – in the upcoming period drama “Water for Elephants.”

But it wasn’t actually the age difference that required any adjustment for the stars. Instead, it was their significant height difference.

“In the movies they just put you on a box then you kiss the tall guy,” Witherspoon told FOX411’s Pop Tarts column with a laugh.

And Pattinson was quick to claim that locking lips with Witherspoon was far from challenging.

“It’s really easy for me because I have quite bad posture so we’re about the same height,” he quipped. “I just have this big heavy head and it slumps down so we end up at the right spot naturally.”

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