*SCAN* Robert Pattinson interview in Vanity Fair Italy   4 comments

Here’s a short snippet from the interview that will be published in the Vanity Fair Italy. The full interview will appear in n. 30 of Vanity Fair which hits newsstands on May 23.

better translation of the Q&A thanks to herm-weasley at pattinsonlife)

He likes to think of as cynical as the character he plays in Cosmopolis, his new film in competition at Cannes, “but the reality is that they are naive.” But the rest has clear ideas

Men in suits, bodyguard in mirrored sunglasses and earphones. The sky above Mahhattan is a gray and, during the two hours of Cosmopolis, will turn increasingly to black.
Eric Packer, golden boy of finance, enter into a limo and its driver, face sculpted by man of the Russian intelligence services, informs him that traffic was paralyzed for the visit of President of the United States. But he is not interested now just needs a good haircut, and the only barber in a position to satisfy the other side of town. (…)

Transpose into a Hollywood movie one of the most visionary novels of Don DeLillo – written in 2001, is a prophecy of Occupy Wall Street and everything that we are living – was an impossible task that only a director like David Cronenberg’s brave could succeed. And just as brave as a director David Cronenberg was reminded of entrusting the starring Robert Pattinson.

It is true that Pattinson is not only Twilight, the saga will end November 14 with
Breaking Dawn – Part 2: between one episode and others, has also starred in Remember Me (2010), Water for Elephants (2011) and the recent Bel Ami. But it is clear that a character like this can do for him the difference between staying anchored to the fangs of the vampire Edward Cullen and be admitted into the club of actors to Serie A.

In Cosmopolis – premiering at Cannes – Pattinson keeps the pallor that made fall in love all over the world, girls and boys grew up, the romantic air of Edward, however, has disappeared. (…)

Do you have any idea why David Cronenberg chose you?
I don’t, to be honest. But I never wondered why, I’m just happy he did.

In “Cosmopolis” there are sex scenes which are quite explicit: weren’t you embarrassed?
I was more nervous for the actresses. When a man takes off his clothes he may feel stupid, but in the end he enjoys himself. I think it’s different for a woman, more problematic.

In real life, are you more sweet or passionate?
Passionate, I hope.

One of your best friends, British actor Tom Sturridge, is having a baby with Sienna Miller. Would you like to become a father?
Sure. Not right now, but yes, of course.

Have you made any plans with Kristen yet?
Not yet. We haven’t planned anything.

Do you feel ready to move in with her?
[sings to hide the embarrassment] I’m ready for everything.

More after the jump!

(google translation for now):

He likes to think of as cynical as the character he plays in Cosmopolis, his new film in competition at Cannes, “but the reality is that they are naive.” But the rest has clear ideas.Men in tailored suits, body-guard in mirrored sunglasses and earphones. The sky above Mahhattan is a gray and, during the two hours of Cosmopolis, will turn increasingly to black.
Eric Packer, golden boy of finance, enter into a limo and its driver, face sculpted by man of the Russian intelligence services, informs him that trafficwas paralyzed for the visit of President of the United States. But he is not interested now just needs a good haircut, and the only barber in a position tosatisfy the other side of town. (…)
Transpose into a Hollywood movie one of the most visionary novels of DonDeLillo – written in 2001, is a prophecy of Occupy Wall Street and everything that we are living – was an impossible task that only a director like DavidCronenberg’s brave could succeed. And just as brave as a director DavidCronenberg was reminded of entrusting the starring Robert Pattinson.It is true that Pattinson is not only Twilight, the saga will end November 14with Breaking Dawn – Part 2: between one episode and others, has also starred in Remember Me (2010), Like Water for Elephants (2011) and the recent Bel Ami – the Story of a seducer. But it is clear that a character like this can do for him the difference between staying anchored to the fangs of the vampire Edward Cullen and be admitted into the club of actors to Serie A.

In Cosmopolis – premiered at Cannes – Pattinson keeps the pallor that madefall in love all over the world, girls and boys grew up, the romantic air of Edward, however, has disappeared. (…)

There has been an idea of why David Cronenberg has chosen him?
“Honestly, no. But I have never asked: I am just glad he did. “(…)
In Cosmopolis sex scenes are quite explicit: it has proved embarrassing?.
“More than anything I was nervous about the actresses. When a man gets undressed feels maybe stupid, but basically having fun. I think for a woman issomething different, more problematic. ”
In real life, is more sweet or passionate?
“Passionate, I hope.” (…)
One of his best friends, the British actor Tom Sturridge, is expecting a child by Sienna Miller. Want to become a father?
“Sure. I do not know just yet, but definitely yes. ”
Have you already made plans with Kristen?
“Not yet. We have nothing planned. ”
He feels ready to go live with her?
“(He hums, to mask the embarrassment) I’m ready for anything.”
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4 responses to “*SCAN* Robert Pattinson interview in Vanity Fair Italy

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  1. Pingback: Rob in Vanity Fair Italy + Translated Preview of the Interview | Strictly Robsten

  2. Pingback: SCAN: Robert Pattinson Interview in Italy’s Vanity Fair // Robert Pattinson UK

  3. This interview is totally fake. VF have taken quotes during Eclipse and BD promo and taken out of context. If you respect Rob, you should delete this interview because they are not his words.

  4. Pingback: *SCANS* Robert Pattinson in Vanity Fair Italy « Thinking of Rob

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