Robert Pattinson was best known for his role as Cedric Diggory in the film Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Now Robert Pattinson as Edward Cullen rules the large screen alongside his real life and onscreen girlfriend Kristen Stewart. Photos of the two together.
Though he was a bona fide teen heartthrob in his “Twilight” movies, Robert Pattinson has grown into a true Hollywood hunk, as is evident in the new preview teaser from “Life,” his forthcoming project with Dane DeHaan.
The “Remember Me” star plays Dennis Stock, a photographer for Life magazine who befriends up-and-coming actor James Dean and embarks upon a historically-significant road trip.
While chatting with The Sunday Times, the “Two Weeks” singer explained that she’s pretty averse to the trappings of fame overall- "I don't understand what the levels [of fame] are. I'm a bit naïve. ... I don't engage in that world, even with myself, even with my own career."
He’s in Ireland shooting his new film “The Lost City of Z,” and Robert Pattinson has apparently made quite an impression on the locals.
On Wednesday, a fan posted a photograph of herself with the “Twilight Saga: New Moon” hunk via Instagram under the handle @t_is_for_tilly, along with the caption, “Shut the front door!! Robert Pattinson on the plane!!”
The “Twilight Saga: New Moon” star chatted with longtime friend Jamie Bell, kicking off the conversation with an interesting query- “Let’s not talk about any of your work. Let’s only talk about your personal life. Your crack usage. Who are you f*cking? Okay? What’s your earliest memory?” Bell replied, “My memory is f*cking vague from when I was a kid. I remember having a Batmobile. It was a replica from the Tim Burton movies, and it fired these yellow missiles. I remember there wasn’t a lot of sun in northeastern England. So there was one day in history when apparently it was sunny, and my mom was outside on a deck chair or something like that. I remember firing the missile and it hitting her foot. That’s as early as I can remember. I don’t even know how old I was.”