Rob's Pretty Face
Rob's Pretty Face

dazzledbyrob:

Rob is the cover of the September issue of Esquire UK magazine -  new photoshoot and interview .

robgoodness:

Robert Pattinson: Exclusive Interview For Esquire September Issue

He’s the 28-year-old British actor who has survived trial by fire – the Twilight phenomenon, tabloid hysteria – to become one of our most promising leading men. Over the next few months, you’ll see him deliver top-drawer…

“When I’m not working I try to get another job (laughs), constantly. You start to realise there’s a finite amount of time to get stuff done, and there’s a lot of different things that I want to achieve, also I like working pretty much more than anything else in my life. My job is my hobby.”


Esquire UK Magazine 

Esquire UK Magazine 

“From my cod-psychoanalysis of myself, I think I do it for myself,” he says. “I like to see if I’m capable of something, and I don’t really care what people think, even though I read all the reviews. If it really mattered, it would have destroyed me years ago.”

dazzledbyrob:

Rob is the cover of the September issue of Esquire UK magazine -  new photoshoot and interview .

thinkingofrob:

Rob Pic of the Day

thinkingofrob:

Rob Pic of the Day

Robert Pattinson * The Hollywood Reporter Photoshoot

snivllus:

Harry Potter Meme:  Five Deaths:  Cedric Diggory

“Harry …” whispered the figure of Cedric, “take my body back, will you? Take my body back to my parents… .”

Life Stuff: ‘It’s Interesting Doing A Movie About Photography With Anton Corbijn, A Master Photographer. He Taught Me How To Take Photos’ - Robert Pattinson

danedehaanupdated:

In an interview with TheVent, Robert Pattinson talks about how Life director Anton Corbijn taught him how to take photos and how brave Dane DeHaan is to take on the role of the iconic James Dean.

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Read an excerpt of the interview below……………..

Q: What’s happening with Life?

”I don’t know when it’s going to be finished. I just saw a trailer, which they’re playing here. Other than that, I haven’t seen anything from it. It was fun to do, though, and Anton [Corbijn]’s really cool. It’s about the famous photographs of James Dean in Times Square; it’s about James Dean and the photographer’s relationship. Joel Edgerton’s in it, weirdly because he’s a co-writer on The Rover, and Ben Kingsley. It’s cool. It’s interesting doing a movie about photography with Anton Corbijn, a master photographer. He taught me how to take photos a little bit, with an old Leica. They’re not very good. I thought they were all going to be absolutely amazing. I developed them all at the end of the movie and I did like 25 rolls of film, and on about four I hadn’t even realised that you need to pull the lens out (laughs) – so they’re all blank. Four films. It was a fun movie to do.”

Q: People called you the new James Dean. Now you’re doing a movie about James Dean, but not playing him. Weren’t you interested in that role?

“No, not really. Dane [DeHaan] is so brave doing it. It’s one of the hardest parts ever. Try and play any iconic person. Dane’s got a wig, fake earlobes, and contact lenses – the whole deal. And James Dean’s mannerisms are so recognisable, so you’ve got to play the part and all this other stuff. It’s like playing Harry Potter – everyone’s got expectations – whereas I’m just the observer”

Read the full interview over at TheVent

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