Thursday, March 12, 2009

UPDATED GQ Magazine Details with Coverboy Robert Pattinson

By Alex Pappademas; Photographs by Nathaniel Goldberg

Two years ago, Robert Pattinson was a forgotten extra in a ‘Harry Potter’ movie. Then he got cast as a blue-balled vampire in ‘Twilight,’ the year’s kazillion-dollar movie franchise, and every woman in America over 14 wants him. Too bad he’s not sure he wants them.

A few days after we meet Robert Pattinson for the first time, we will call up his Twilight co-star Kristen Stewart, who will say this about him:
"He can’t lie," she says. "It makes things a little scary for him sometimes. But it’s my favorite thing about him."
Funny—by then, it would be our favorite thing about him, too. We spend a Tuesday afternoon with Pattinson, in a little bakery-café on Doheny Drive, in West Hollywood, and the whole time, he seems to be telling the truth compulsively, heedlessly, helplessly, as if he’d been shot with a sodium pentothal dart while parking his car.
Pattinson’s other problem—he admits this early on—is that he can’t abide a conversational lull.
"I just say the first thing that comes into my head," he said, "out of nervousness. During interviews I’m literally shitting my pants. I don’t want there to be a silence, because I’ll start crying."

You can read the rest of the story HERE.


  1. I'm in love!!!
    and the pics!!!.....DAMN!!!

  2. I must confess to being a Cedric Diggery fan & was devastated when they killed him off in Harry Potter. This is a very well done article on him - much more content than most that have come out so far. Salvadore Dali was a complex character and not all that appealing - I am interested to see how Rob portrays him in Little Ashes