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Poll Results: What's Your Favorite Robert Pattinson Photoshoot? Vanity Fair! Pic Spam Included   12 comments

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Yesterday we did a poll asking you what your favorite recent Robert Pattinson photoshoot was and Vanity Fair won by a landslide with with 48.18% of the votes followed by Carter Smith in second position with 14.55% of the votes.

Here’s the breakdown:

  • Vanity Fair: 48.18% (53 votes)
  • Carter Smith: 14.55%  (16 votes)
  • Segal: 7.27% (8 Votes)
  • GQ: 6.36% (7 Votes)
  • Shining: 6.36% (7 Votes)
  • Entertainment Weekly: 5.45% (6 Votes)
  • Details: 4.55% (5 Votes)
  • US Weekly: 2.73% (3 Votes)
  • AnOther Man: 2.73% (3 Votes)
  • V-Man: 1.82% (2 Votes)

So here’s a Vanity Fair pic spam for you guys. Hope I got them all, I might have missed a few. Some are in HQ but not very many.

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2 Great New Robert Pattinson Vanity Fair Wallpapers   5 comments

Here are 2 great Robert Pattinson Vanity Fair wallpapers made by gittsy

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Video: Robert Pattinson's Deleted Scene in Vanity Fair   8 comments

Here is Rob’s scene in Vanity Fair that was deleted. I don’t think we’ve ever posted this before.

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Advance Tickets for “Eclipse” Available May 14, 2010   Leave a comment

Mark your calendars! Advance tickets for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse will be available starting May 14, 2010 on MovieTickets.com. Eclipse, starring Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner, opens nationwide June 30, 2010.

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More Theaters Open “Eclipse” Ticket Sales   Leave a comment

Initially reported nearly two weeks ago that tickets for “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” were beginning to go on sale. At the time, moviefone.com had listed three theaters across the nation offering online sales for the 12AM show. As of today, moviefone.com alone has increased the original number by twenty, and many local theaters have opened sales for the 12AM showing offline.

The best advice for getting tickets as early as possible is to head to your local theater in person. Many theaters have their own practices for selling tickets for shows with sensational openings, (e.g., the “Twilights” and “Harry Potters” of the world). My own local theater, arranges fan-focused events—last November they had a 10:00PM showing of “Twilight” and folks in that theater took an intermission before returning to their seats for “New Moon”. They also sold tickets for a large-screen showing in the IMAX theater. In the cases of both “special” events, tickets were only available for in-person purchase at the box office.

If you prefer to buy online, check both large sites like moviefone.com and Fandango, and check the online web site of your local theater. Currently on moviefone.com, “Eclipse” tickets are on sale in theaters in the following towns across the U.S.: California (Monrovia, Corona, and Vista), Nebraska (Fremont, Nebraska City), Iowa (Sioux City, Orange City, Shenandoah), Kentucky (Glasgow), Tennessee (Kingsport), Virginia (Fredricksburg, Wytheville), West Virginia (South Charleston, Beckley, Summersville, Triadelphia), North Carolina (Morganton, Statesville, Raleigh), South Carolina (Charleston), New York (Brooklyn, New Hartford), New Jersey (Toms River)

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New Vanity Fair Robert Pattinson Wallpaper   1 comment

Here’s a new Vanity Fair Robert Pattinson wallpaper made by Maria.

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Vanity Fair: Where is Robert Pattinson's Bel-Ami Mustache?   4 comments

Like many reluctant heartthrobs, Robert Pattinson is torn between his desire to be taken seriously as an actor and his desire to still look hot. Recently leaked images from the Budapest set of Bel-Ami, based on the 19th-century French novel by Guy de Maupassant, show Pattinson looking dandyish in a top hat and tails as the womanizing social climber Georges Duroy. In almost every way, Pattinson looks the part. Duroy is described in the book as “tall, well-built, fair, with blue eyes, a curled mustache, hair naturally wavy… he recalled the hero of the popular romances.” Anything missing? That’s right: the mustache. Duroy’s luxuriant lip-hair is his most distinctive feature, appearing as early as the second sentence:

After changing his five-franc piece Georges Duroy left the
restaurant. He twisted his mustache in military style and cast a
rapid, sweeping glance upon the diners.

The many subsequent mentions of the mustache make it clear that it is Duroy’s most expressive feature as well:

• On reaching the second floor, he saw another mirror, and once more
slackened his pace to look at himself. He likewise paused before the
third glass, twirled his mustache, took off his hat to arrange his
hair, and murmured half aloud, a habit of his: “Hall mirrors are
most convenient.”

• At first he did not reply; a smile lurked beneath his mustache; then
he murmured: “I am your slave.”

• Madeleine cast down her eyes; her cheeks were pale. Georges
nervously twisted his mustache.

• He seated himself, crossed his legs and began to twist the ends of
his mustache, as was his custom when annoyed, uneasy, or pondering
over a weighty question.

There is even a sensual description of the mustache in the original French that is strangely shaved off in the English editions. Here’s a rough translation:

He spoke easily, with charm in his voice, much grace in his eyes, and irresistible seduction in his mustache. It was tousled on his lip, curled, pretty, blonde with red highlights and lighter shades in the spiky hairs on the ends.

Is there a no-mustache clause in Pattinson’s contract? Do his managers feel that a Pringles-guy ‘stache would forever alienate him from the Twilight set, who prefer him looking forever adolescent? Hopefully the filmmakers will add it in post-production.


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Posted March 30, 2010 by natalienw in Bel Ami, Robert Pattinson

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