Madrid .- Robert Pattinson has posed in the style of 'Crocodile Dundee' in the March cover of American magazine Vanity Fair.Photographer Annie Leibovitz has been commissioned to draw the wild side of the actor in an interview due out on 3 March in the U.S..
Wearing a black and adventurous style, Robert Pattinson has posed in a natural setting, with lake bottom, and which, presumably thanks to the magic of photoshop, appears next to it a dangerous alligator.
A cover of which was already known was made several days ago when one of the designers leaked the news.Yes, then did not know that Robert Pattinson would play a modern 'Crocodile Dundee' and with an aesthetic similar to her role in 'Water for Elephants', whose promotional poster out long ago.
Now, despite that Vanity Fair has refused to confirm the style of the cover, the U.S. portal thehollywoodlife.com has shown photos of the session in which, indeed, you can see the adventurous style they have chosen for will be the fourth cover star of 'Twilight' with the magazine (in the photo, the first three).
No doubt thanks to its outstanding releases, the new cover will do more to promote, if possible, to new projects of Robert Pattinson, among which is 'Cosmopolis' with Juliette Binoche.
From what I do know that Robert Pattinson will not speak of his relationship with Kristen Stewart is happy with that but away from the media.In fact, a couple of days, both out separately from the Vancouver airport, where he arrived to complete the filming of 'Dawn Part 1. "