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Amazing Fan Art of Rob as Jacob in “Water for Elephants”

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EW Popwatch: Who’s the Ultimate Sexy Beast?

Apologies to our human readers, but in today’s pop-culture landscape, there’s nothing sexier than being a beast. Vampires and werewolves, aliens and mutants, monsters and machines: These are the new objects of our lust. Built from DNA that’s infused with a little added danger, beasts are always ready to kick ass, take names, and raise our collective pulse rates in the process.’s editors put their heads together to pick the 64 ultimate Sexy Beasts, and now we’re asking you to crown the king or queen of the pack in an old-fashioned, single-elimination tournament. Every weeknight at midnight for the next month (because that’s when these cats come out to play), you can vote in polls to help narrow down the field. Click here to see the entire bracket (then click again on the image for a zoomed-in view) and after the jump, vote in the first four face-offs pitting characters from True Blood, Kindred: The Embraced, Battlestar Galactica, Total Recall, X-Men, Splash, The Lost Boys, and Twilight. You’ll also see lists of the 16 seeded players (and the actors who play them) in all four of our beastly divisions: TV Vampires and Their Friends; Mutants, Monsters, and Creatures; Aliens, Machines, and Their Ilk; and Movie Vampires and Werewolves. Now stop staring at the hot photos and get voting!

Which beast is sexier?

Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), Twilight/Eclipse

David (Kiefer Sutherland), The Lost Boys

CLICK HERE to cast your vote!

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ELLE(France): JAMES DEAN – Robert Pattinson : TWO IDOLS , TWO EDEN with Translation


L’un, James, est l’emblème des ados des années 50, lui qui a 24 ans et qui en paraît dix de plus dans son costume d’homme. On est en 1955 : dans cinq mois, il est mort. On sait tout de cette photo, de l’amitié qui l’unissait au photographe (Dennis Stock), du lieu (New York), de la fatigue de James ce jour-là. James a beau être immortalisé par son ami, ce qui est capté, c’est une totale solitude qui annonce déjà presque l’éternité. On ne sait rien alors de la vie de l’acteur. Son homosexualité est soigneusement cachée. Et James Dean, qui souhaiterait en parler, se voit interdire de l’évoquer. Ce serait la fin de sa carrière. Et peut-être de sa légende.

L’autre, Robert, est si célèbre qu’il ne pourrait en aucun cas se promener incognito dans Times Square. C’est fini cette époque. Là, traqué par un paparazzi, lui aussi a 24 ans et presque le même visage que James Dean. Lui aussi doit se montrer discret sur sa vie sexuelle, même s’il ne s’agit que de taire le fait qu’il a une petite amie, pour ne pas décourager ses fans. Lui aussi est l’idole du mal-être des teen-agers. Mais lui, malgré l’isolement que lui confère sa notoriété stupéfiante, marche relié aux autres, son téléphone portable à l’oreille. Au lieu de donner l’impression d’entrer dans la légende, il donne celle de s’accrocher au peu de réel qu’il lui reste. Entre ces deux photos, un certain pathos a quitté les stars. Mais également un certain lyrisme qui les rendait incomparables…
Sophie Fontanel Le 18/07/2010



One, James, is the emblem of the teens of the 50s, who has 24 years and who looks ten years older in his man’s suit. It was in 1955: in five months, he died. We know everything about this picture, the friendship which united the photographer (Dennis Stock), location (New York), fatigue of James that day. James might be immortalized by his friend, which is captured is a total solitude which foreshadows almost eternity. Nothing is known then the life of the actor. His homosexuality is carefully hidden. And James Dean, who would speak, was forbidden to discuss it. It would end his career. And perhaps his legend.

The other, Robert, is so famous he could not in any walk incognito in Times Square. It finished this time. Here, tracked by paparazzi, also has 24 years and almost the same face as James Dean. He too must be discreet about his sexual life, even if only to conceal the fact that he has a girlfriend, not to discourage her fans. He is also the idol of ill-being of teen-agers. But he, despite the isolation that gives it its amazing reputation, linked to other works, his mobile phone to the ear. Instead of giving the impression of stepping into the legend, it gives that little to cling to what remains real. Between these two pictures, a certain pathos left celebs. But also a certain lyricism that made them incomparable …

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Robert & Kristen - Adorable and Funny Moments that makes the heart melt...

Thanks to the great CaliNative70

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Welcome to the Rileys Trailer from the 'TR' DVD

agosbac via kstewartfans

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The Summer House to Be Released On “Love & Mistrust” DVD in the UK

Robert Pattinson UK got confirmation from Metrodome Distribution, that “Love & Distrust”, a collection of short films including that "The Summer House", will be released in DVD on August 16th 2010 in the UK.

You can pre-order your copy HERE

No word yet if it will be available in the US or any other country.

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Rob and Tom drivin around in an old Chevy - July 17th, 2010

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Rob on TV: Extra TV, Access Hollywood and ET

Access Hollywood - Courtney Cox InStyle's Interview and her crush on Rob

ET- Talks about the pictures of Rob on the Water For Elephants set


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Rob Talks about Eclipse, Music and his co-stars Reese, Uma and Kristen


Robert Pattinson is on the news again with the release of his most recent movie Twilight Saga: Eclipse. In this interview young actor talks about Uma Thurman and Reese Witherspoon with whom he worked with in his two new movies, and how he works with his lover Kristen Stewart on set.

- According to what we’ve heard you were so hilarous on set that Taylor Lautner says you always had to reshoot because of your jokes.
Not really, I’m not funny at all (laughs), he is just kidding. These rumors are spread so that I won’t look too grumpy in interviews (laughs louder).

- But isn’t it like a caricature that you are a romantic vampire and that Taylor is a muscular werewolf? You should be laughing about this a lot when cameras are off.
Yes, it is in fact funny but what’s funnier is that actually I have to be as muscular as he is (laughs). I can’t go to the gym, what can I do.

-What makes this new movie enjoyable for you?
I think the increase in the number of actors. In the first two movies there were only two couples and no more. This time cast is expanding and everybody has an important part in the story. This means a large cast with small roles. Also in this movie there are grandiose fight scenes as opposed to the first two movies. And this is a different stand for a Twilight movie.

- What is your most favorite scene in this movie?
There is a scene where Bella kisses Jacob. She comes back to ask forgiveness and Edward acts very understanding about this. I think this is a very nice moment. This is the only scene in the whole series that I can identify with Edward. I don’t think there are many guys who can do this and for me this scene is a sign that he is a good guy.

- But it’s hard to watch another guy kiss and hug the girl you love, isn’t it?
Yes but thinking that he always was right… (missing sentences)…. promises that he will do everything as she likes it. This is one of the main themes of Eclipse. Edward tells her that he will never push her again and he stands behind this promise. There is nothing for him to do but wait to see if Bella will come back to him or not.

- Do you believe in pre-marital sex?
I think in that era everyone had sex (laughs loudly), and they were covering it. Few people stick to the rule of not having sex before marriage. The idea that a woman should wander always with his man is ridiculous. I don’t like that men and women act insincerely just to show off or to look decent. If you are a real gentleman, you act like a gentleman anyhow. But if you are doing this just because of rules, there is something wrong with it.

- You said “It achieves to be sexy without sex” for the movie. Do you think this is important in a relationship?
That sentence was an answer to an argument. There was a claim that “the movie is supposed to be sexy but they never have sex.” I said “Why is it supposed to be sexy?” Also when it comes to those moments filled with expectation, there is a certain sexiness and that’s why Twilight is a movie with so many fans. Everybody loves that moment where you see if someone’s love for you is strong enough or not. Fear of sex makes the movie more attractive. If both sides haven’t had sex before this fear is doubled and there are four books written about it, thick books too. I think people like to stay at that moment for a long time.

- Is there anything you kept in mind while playing this character? What do you think about Edward?
Not much, because everything develops naturally. He is someone who hates himself, thinks he is not good enough for anything and does not think he has a right to live. All his lines, all his movements reflect this. So you have to stop thinking and act what is written. But as the series move forward things get easier for Edward and you have to look back and be happy for him. Edward is an anti-hero while at the same time a super hero who doesn’t accept that he is. …(missing sentences)… He always wants to stay modest and doesn’t want the world to know that he is different because he hates himself.

Musician at the same time!

- How did it feel like hearing the song you made for the movie while watching it?
This may sound weird to you but I watched the Twilight series from beginning to end for the first time just last week. They aired it on television. While watching the movie I thought how come I accepted to have my song in the movie. Back then I didn’t think this series would be this popular. If I had known that it was going to be this huge, I would worry about it and would not accept to put it in the soundtrack. If I hadn’t done it before and if they asked me to do it now I would never accept it. Director Catherine Hardwicke has used the song in such a key scene that in a way I’m happy that it made the soundtrack, especially when I think about the circumstances under which the song was written… Two of my friends were staying with me in my apartment in London and they wrote the lyrics randomly while playing a game that we didn’t even think it would become a song. After six months I found the lyrics they wrote, I liked it and suddenly it made the soundtrack!

- You mean acting is your profession but music is your private life. Because we haven’t seen much about your musical side.
You can’t act just because you enjoy it (laughs). Acting is not something like that…

- Do you keep your music hidden just because you want to keep it to yourself or are you afraid of people’s reactions?
Yes, because I don’t know if I can deal with the criticism about my music. I like making music and if I release an album now, a lot of people who hate popular things can go too far and say awful things about me.

- Does negative criticism about your music effects you more than negative criticism about your acting?
Yes, because when it comes to acting I’m at a place where I have to deal with this kind of stuff. But when it comes to music, I don’t want to get up and say “Come on, tell me what you think about it”. I don’t care what anybody thinks because I’m not trying to sell my music, and I don’t need to sell my music, so it’s pointless. I’m playing for my friends and for myself all the time. There are certain people I want to get feedback from but you see how people react to most of the things, they are ready to criticize everything.

- Your new movie is still being shot. Do you request three hour breaks when you want to watch the World Cup games?
No, I record them. Also I requested that there be a TV behind every interviewer I meet with but they didn’t accept it (laughs loudly).

- Do you know where you will be on the day of the final game of World Cup, on July 11th?
I’m still here. I hope some of my friends will come visit. But I work everyday, it’s a little boring.

- You are so busy… what is the definition of the perfect day for you?
I don’t know. Sometimes I find myself in such weird environments because of my job… I’m shooting a movie in a desert in Los Angeles and I work in a circus! There are animals and many interesting stuff, every day is a different unbelievable day. A few days ago they brought a 1920’s train that runs with steam and it was such a long train. A scene was being shot in which there were 300 extras. It was the scene where they built the circus tent and really that many people built the tent! Everybody was dressed in 1930’s style and since we were in the desert there was nothing that belonged to the modern world. I stopped and looked around, I was watching elephants, tigers and a steam train. Even if it’s purely fiction, the fact that everything is happening in front of you makes it very real and it’s an incredible experience. I can do such a thing everyday and not consider it as a job.

- You work with Reese Witherspoon in Water for Elephants. Did you start shooting your shared scenes?
Yes, we shot our first scene. In the past we acted in Vanity Fair together. I was her son in that movie, and now we’re acting as two lovers (laughs).

- Did Reese Witherspoon’s children want to meet you?
I don’t know if they did but I met them a few days ago. They looked comfortable…

- What about Uma Thurman with whom you acted together in Bel Ami?
I think her daughter is a fan of the movie. She came by with a friend and they asked for autographs.

- What about Uma?
She is really a wonderful, funny and strong person. By strong, I mean physically strong. In the movie I’m playing a man with leadership spirit and she is playing my wife. There was this scene where I made her subdue …(missing sentences)…

- (missing sentences)… Do you read what is written about you in the media?
I just want to be ready if I have to answer to what is written. I don’t do interviews much, I do it mainly when there is a movie promotion. I rarely go outside, so most of the stuff that is written about me is made up.

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- How is it working with Kristen Stewart? Is it easier compared to before or is it harder?
Some things are easier now. One of the most important things about Kristen is that she is a very good actress. You can’t just stand and act when acting with her, you have to be good at this too, which is actually a good thing. It is not possible to relax and rest while working with her. The first two movies we shot were more stressing because we constantly repeated scenes. None of us are a 60 year old actor who has been acting for years but we are pretty proud. Especially Kristen, she is a very serious actor and always aims for the best.

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WFE extra talks about his experience on the set and Rob playing Jacob

Cody Wood, one of the Water For Elephants extras, decided to share his experience on the set of the movie and talked a bit about Rob playing Jacob.

I'm posting only the part where he talks about Rob. You can read his amazing experience (parts 1 and 2)

Francis Lawrence, the director, sat under a black awning against the circus bleachers. His face was calm with a slight smile of satisfaction as he watched the footage. He exchanged words with the AD (Assistant Director). Almost immediately I heard the cue: “Pictures up!” A pause. “And BACKGROUND!” On background we all began the exhilarating sprint from danger once more. A plume of dust rose from our pounding feet and swirled around the swinging lamps. Wind pushed the top of the tent up and down like waves. As the motion of canvas, lamps, and people rushed about, the enormous elephant stood calmly in the center of the ring. “And CUT! Thank you folks! Good job.”

On my walk back across the circus floor I noticed a new excitement. There was no audible noise but something seemed different. When I came around the last large tent pole Pattinson had appeared at the end of the menagerie. I heard the start of the AD’s instructions. “Rob, we’re going to have you….” The young actor looked controlled and confident even while hundreds of Rubes tried to secretly glance in his direction. Most of the cast had arrived at their original mark but I was still walking. Fortuitously I was placed near the entrance to the tent just a few feet from where Rob was now standing.

While the cinematographer gathered lighting calculations I was instructed to wait for Rob to hit his second mark and run past him going out the menagerie. Again, the speed at which the cues came was surprising. The AD instructed, “Pictures Up, and Background”. On “background” the crowd began the stampede away from the menagerie. A third cue came for Rob and on “action” he became Jacob Jankowski. He took a slow step toward the running crowd and looked on with awe. He took another step and scanned the crowd left to right. From behind the camera I sprinted as fast as I could just past Jacob. The crowd was still screaming and running in the other direction. I hopped to my right to avoid a tent pole and stopped dead. My breath was gone and my eyes were frozen. A few feet in front of me stood an enormous buffalo. Dark thick fur covered the entire animal except for the large blood-shot eyes that looked directly at me. I methodically moved each foot backward while the stampede continued on in the tent. Finally the word “Cut” came bellowing out from the tent and gladly moved back to safety.

Rob was smiling at the director. He was obviously tickled by the intensity and size of the stampede. The entire experience was authentic. There were peanuts scattered on the ground and popcorn boxes tipped in the bleachers. Along the menagerie a host of animals did their part to make the scene possible and center ring the massive elephant stood like royalty. There was so much to take in that the twelve hour day passed like minutes.

After a long drive home I dropped onto the couch. My feet were sore and I could still taste a little dust but I couldn’t stop thinking about what the next day would have in store...

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Kristen talks about tabloids and rumors that she's married/pregnant/living/breaking up with Rob

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New fan photo of with Kristen!

So this is supposedly a photo taken in Montreal, but doesn't her hair look a lot darker? Or is this just me! Either way its a new fan photo of Kristen I have yet to see!!


new still from 'the runaways'

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Twilight Cast Trivia : Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart

Actor: Robert Pattinson Character: Edward Cullen

1. The leading vampire, Edward Cullen, is played by Robert Pattinson-
the only English member of the starring cast.

Robert Pattinson as Edward Cullen from Twilight.

2. Robert was selected to play Edward from among thousands of actors.,

3. He was born in 1986. In the Twilight saga, he plays a- hundred-something vampire who was turned at the age of 17 and therefore will forever look 17.

4. He stands at 6′ 1" (1.85 m).

5. He actually plays the piano himself in the first Twilight movie.

6. His Twilight salary, according to, was 2,000,000. For New Moon, it was 12,000,000 and for Breaking Down- 12,500,000 plus %2.5 of the profits.

7. He made another movie in 2010, called Remember Me.
It is a drama/romance set in New York, co-starring Emilie de Ravin (Claire from Lost),
Pierce Brosnan, Lena Olin and Chris Cooper.

8. In 2008’s Little Ashes, he played Salvador Dali.

Below Pattinson as Cedric in Harry Potter

9. He played in two Harry Potter movies: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire (2005) and Harry Potter and The Order of Phoenix (2007).
His Harry Potter co-star Gary Oldman also played a popular vampire during his career: He played Dracula in (Bram Stoker’s) Dracula in 1992.
His vampire however, is not exactly the nice and harmless creature Edward Cullen is.

Actress: Kristen Stewart Character: Bella Swan

10. She was born in 1990, in Los Angeles.

11. She stands at 5′ 6" (1.68 m).

12. Her Twilight salary equals co-star Robert Pattinson’s, at 2,000,000 and her Breaking Dawn salary equals both co-stars at 12,500,000 plus %2.5 of the profits.

13. She has been appearing in films since 1999, since she was 9. Taylor Lautner was also the same age when he started appearing on the big screen, as opposed to Robert’s 16.

Above: Into The Wild Scene- Emile Hirsch and Kristen Stewart.

14. Her most critically acclaimed film to date is Into The Wild (2007). The movie is written and directed Sean Penn and the cast also features Emile Hirsch, William Hurt, Marcia Gay Harden and Vince Vaugn. The movie has won numerous awards and was nominated for 2 Oscars. It is rated 8.2 on IMDB, voted by over 94.000 users and it is on the list of IMDB’s top 250 movies ever made.

15. She played in a movie with William Hurt again in 2008. The movie is called Yellow Handkerchief and features actress Maria Bello.

16. She played the famous female rocker Joan Jett in The Runaways, in 2010.

17. Her co-stars include Jodie Foster, Robert De Niro, Ryan Reynolds, Meg Ryan, Adam Brody, John Corbett, Sharon Stone and Dennis Quaid.

18. She is rumored to have dated Robert Pattinson.


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#HotSextRob And #GlamKstewFierce PicSpam

How Rob and Kristen Drive us crazy!! yeah both of them!!

How sexy are they? Black and white pics deff kill me!! Do they do you?? LOL

*sigh* So charming? Both of them. If it wasnt for Rob i would be a 100%Krisbian

LOve how sexy they can both be, Can you imagine their kids? YUMMMM

They are BOTH teasers!! They know what they do to us!! KILL US!!!

FUCK ME!!!!!!!!!!

I think we all remember this ROb photoshoot? He killed us all.
I still die everytime i see it.

Gorgeous EYES!!! kILL ME EYES!!!
  • So are you are still alive? I deff need a cold shower!! TMI?? Yeah so TTYL hope you enjoy oir beautiful Rob and Kristen Pic Spam. These days are SO S-L-O-W!!! Here is to hoping we get some Robsten news soon. Love ya my RObsten Dreamers:)

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