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Robert Pattinson’s Interview With Grazie Magazine   1 comment

From RP Life :

I only translated the quotes and summarized the journalist’s comments. The interview took place in a hotel in Bervely Hills at the end of July.

The journalist mention his 2011 Vanity Fair interview were he talked about not being able to write anywhere or to go out of his trailer. They say he refused the roles that were offereed to hom. “It was hard, he tells us smking his electronic cigarette. I was watching all the Twilight actors getting big while I was doing nothing. Sometimes I would tell myself: come on Rob, do a blockbuster, a stupid comedy…” He didn’t cave and he was right.

The journalist mentions that he reads a lot, from Marton Amis to David Foster Wallace but also Houellebecq, that he idolizes: “The last time I went to France, he asked me out for coffee…” Robert blushes, rolls his eyes and continues while laughing. “But I didn’t go! I was scared! I didn’t read La Carte and le Territoire (The Map and the Territory) and told myself it wasn’t right.” Since forever Robert writes. He even developed an adaptation from one of Lilian Hellman’s books, an american author victim of the McCarthyism in the 1950s. (Rob mentioned this in his Vanity Fair 2011 interview). This project never saw the light of the day, just like the dozen of scripts that sleep in his drawers. “I met producers here but nothing I ever write could ever be produced. For studios, if the concept isn’t simple enough to be put on the market, it’s dead. Thus, the movies the most distributed in theaters aren’t the most demanding. And the funny thing is as an actor you have to try getting those roles in those kind of movies to gain popularity. In short, you have to be in stupid things, those are the rules in this industry.

The journalist says Rob is always preparing himself for the worst. “I’m waiting for people to tell me in a few years: ‘yes i remember you but what have you done after Twilight?’ It’s kind of scary, isn’t it? “Sometimes I feel like I’m in this huge black hole of douchebags… In those moments, I have to make the effort of reconnecting with reality or it can be unfathomed.”

When asked what’s the greatest thing Twilight brought him to this day, Robert gives a surprising answer: “On the set, I discovered the best shawarma of the world, in Vancouver.” About celebrity, he would get rid of it if he could. Money? “Yes … but I have a tormented relationship with money, I don’t like spending too much. I thnk the most extravagant purchase I’ve made was a batch of 50 baseball caps on Ebay but in the whole lot I only like one.”

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LQ Video of Mackenzie Foy Talks About Working With Robert Pattinson   1 comment

Here’s a LQ video of Mackenzie Foy talking about Robert Pattinson.

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Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner Thank Mexican Fans   Leave a comment

Here’s a video of Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner thank their Mexican fans. 

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Clips of Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner on ‘The Ellen Show   3 comments

Here’s the interview Robert Pattinson did with Ellen.

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Breaking Dawn: Part II Stills now in better quality   4 comments

We’ve posted the still previously here


More of Robert Pattinson’s interview with Yahoo Movies – LA Press Junket   3 comments

Parts of the interview with Yahoo Movies were posted here

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New Picture of Robert Pattinson Backstage at ‘Live with Kelly & Michael’ with the Bellydancers   2 comments

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Turkish ‘Breaking Dawn: Part II’ Poster   1 comment

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New Robert Pattinson Interview with Washington Post   Leave a comment

 From Washington Post

 We’ve read the many, many headlines about Robert Pattinson. We’ve analyzed his work in the “Twilight” series as America’s Most Brooding and Swoon-Inducing Vampire. We’ve watched his frequent and occasionally awkward television interviews.

With the “Twilight” saga coming to an end next week following the release of “Breaking Dawn Part 2,” Pattinson, 26, can now fully focus on defining himself as an actor who appears in movies that don’t feature the Volturi. How does he feel as he makes that transition?  And is he really so up for a part in the “Star Wars” franchise that he would willingly play a live-action version of Jar Jar Binks?

During a recent phone interview, I did my best to get the answers to some of these questions. Here’s a transcript of our conversation.

I remember being at Comic-Con in 2008, prior to the release of the first movie, and thinking that you and Kristen Stewart seemed particularly shell shocked by the massive fan response. Do you remember what was going on in your mind then?

Pattinson: Yeah, I mean, it’s kind of exciting, but it just seems so separate. It’s always seemed so separate — that whole part of it — from doing the actual movies. That’s never changed for me. It’s a totally independent part of the job. You always get asked more about that aspect of it than anything else, you know, all the screaming and stuff. And I’ve never had a single lucid, analytical thought about it. It still just seems like screaming to me.

Why do you think people tend to ask more questions about that aspect of “Twilight”? Just because it seems so insane?

Pattinson: Yeah, I mean, it is the weirdest thing. There’s plenty of people who do movies and even big movies and stuff, but it’s weird to have that reaction for a series … but I don’t know why it happens.

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