Rob Throwing A Halloween Bash?!?!?? Oh Boy...

Robert Pattinson has decided to treat the cast and crew of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn to a ghoulish bash during a break from filming this weekend, and he's even paid for costume designers to create special spooky outfits for them all to wear.

A source told the Daily Star newspaper: “Rob’s organizing a huge soiree to celebrate Halloween, he thinks it is going to be hilarious for them all to dress up in scary costumes.

“The crew are huge fans of Rob and are really looking forward to it. Rob knows how much they all love Halloween so has really gone to town.

“He’s asked a couple of costume designers he knows to make special ghoul costumes for his guests.”

It is thought the 24-year-old heartthrob will be dressing as famous blood-sucker Dracula for the Los Angeles bash.

Robert is also believed to have splashed out on a Halloween-inspired gift for his girlfriend Kristen Stewart to celebrate the spooky day.

The source explained: "Rob brought a special vintage gold ring with a red heart for Kristen. He’s planning to give it to her just before the bash starts."

The generous screen hunk is determined for his guests to have fun before they return to the set on Monday, and he's ordered in "cauldrons" full of alcohol and soup to help kick the party off in style.

The source added: "Rob has also drafted in caterers to cook massive cauldrons full of soup and ale.

“The cast start shooting again on Monday so are free to spend the weekend having fun and getting into the spirit of things.

“There’s no way the cast of Twilight would miss Halloween. It’s a massive event for them and something they’re always up for having a laugh with.”


Okay, just for for fair warning...this is one of those "tabloid type" stories.

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