14=. Robert Pattinson, 26
You know that somebody is worth a few quid when their name has a showbiz abbreviation, and so it is with “R-Patz”, the actor who has built a career and fortune around being able to appear convincingly dead. As heart-throb vampire Edward Cullen in the Twilight films, the London-born Pattinson helped the five-movie franchise to gross more than $2 billion in ticket sales, and no doubt, an incalculable amount when it comes to merchandise. For the final two films, he reportedly earned $12.5 million plus 7.5 per cent of the box-office gross. A generation of girls will grow up paying to see him in anything.
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Wearing a Blondie t-shirt, black shorts and an orange leather jacket by Balenciaga, the actress agreed to answering our questions, apologizing for not taking off her sunglasses that hid "a terrible flu".
- How does one put themselves in the shoes of a fictitious character but based on a real person? The responsibility must be double, as you have to do justice to the book and to the spirit of the actual Beat Generation.
"Responsibility is the word that better describes it. That's how I felt when I was shooting this movie. I read the book when I was 14 and I can say it was the first time I enjoyed a book. Thanks to it, I realized I liked reading, and it also made me discover other authors that have really left a mark in my life. The book was the start of my adolescence, that moment full of emotions, passion and strong beliefs".