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We spend a Tuesday afternoon with Pattinson, in a little bakerycafé on Doheny Drive, in West Hollywood, and the whole time, he seems to be telling the truth compulsively, heedlessly, helplessly, as if he'd been shot with a sodium pentothal dart while parking his car."I just say the first thing that comes into my head," he said, "out of nervousness.
During interviews I'm literally shitting my pants.
It was bound to happen sooner or later—it appears the brooding affections of one Rob Pattinson have been stolen away by a Brazilian fashion model.
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:-)Okay, it's not the end of the world every time Robert Pattinson gets his hair cut. Here is the trailer for Rob's movie, "Remember Me," which opens March 12, 2010.
But there are people who think it should be illegal for the actor to cut those luscious locks. As an added bonus, there will be a special 7 minute trailer for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse! Here's a synopsis of "Remember Me."In the romantic drama Remember Me, Robert Pattinson plays Tyler, a rebellious young man in New York City who has a strained relationship with his father (Pierce Brosnan) ever since tragedy separated their family.
Those message board moms have been wailing into their keyboards lately. And “dazzling” Edward Cullen, in the books, who could have any girl he wants, fell in love with someone regular. To see beauty underneath instead of on the surface, perpetuating fangirl and fanmom dreams – the famous false promise: it could be you. I don't want there to be a silence, because I'll start crying." in which Pattinson, 22, plays an adorably tortured permateenage vampire too principled to drink human blood, has been in theaters for about a month.Long enough for it to gross more than 0 million, long enough for the studio to pull the trigger on the first of three potential sequels by replacing director Catherine Hardwicke with one of the guys responsible for the He slides into his chair, dressed all in black, with a weeksold beard, hair crammed under a wool cap, looking like Justin Timberlake researching an off Broadway turn as Terry Malloy.