Pattinson says he's always been hypersensitive about being looked at, that when he was a kid and somebody'd make eye contact with him on the bus or something, he'd freak out. His first thought, whenever he finds himself in one of these crowds, is always, He isn't complaining.
He's one of those tall people who hunch, trying to disappear. We don't want to make it sound like he's complaining. It's like being a fugitive in your own backyard. Mostly, though, he reads about himself on the Internet.
Some guy offering him a part, maybe, in a movie so double top secret he couldn't tell Pattinson what it was about. Did we mention that he's had about nineteen cups of coffee He asks the waiter about the soup. He was in Los Angeles, crashing on his agent's couch, looking for an American job. He didn't know about the cult, about the fans who'd followed Edward and Bella, his perpetually imperiled mortal lady friend, from the first book—which turned author Stephenie Meyer, a Mormon stayathome mom from Arizona, into the biggest publishingindustry phenomenon since _Potter'_s J. Rowling—through three increasingly thickasabrick sequels. He didn't know that as soon as the movie adaptation was announced, those He auditioned in Hardwicke's bedroom; Hardwicke videotaped him and Stewart performing one of the movie's big love scenes.
"He wouldn't say anything," Pattinson says, "and he also wouldn't leave," so Pattinson sat there and talked about himself for three hours and drank enough coffee to make a rhino's heart explode. He explains that the place he's staying at in L. has a microwave, and that he's never had a microwave before, and that he spends a lot of time looking for new things you can microwave. By then, Hardwicke had already met with hundreds of potential Edwards.
They didn't look like they were from another world and time."They did the scene. Hardwicke waited a day to decide—"No matter how much I fall in love with the person, I make myself review the tape, to make sure I wasn't just overwhelmed by something in the air"—but says Stewart told her, right there in the room, "It has to be Rob.""Everybody came in doing something empty and shallow and thoughtless," Stewart says.
"I know that's a fucking great thing to say about all the other actors—but Rob understood that it wasn't a frivolous role." Meyer's unpublished, unfinished retelling of _Twilight _from Edward's point of view.
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The cast's public appearances occasioned hysteria. In London, Pattinson's friends watched in horror as the crowd swallowed him.
I don't want there to be a silence, because I'll start crying." in which Pattinson, 22, plays an adorably tortured permateenage vampire too principled to drink human blood, has been in theaters for about a month.
Long enough for it to gross more than 0 million, long enough for the studio to pull the trigger on the first of three potential sequels by replacing director Catherine Hardwicke with one of the guys responsible for the He slides into his chair, dressed all in black, with a weeksold beard, hair crammed under a wool cap, looking like Justin Timberlake researching an off Broadway turn as Terry Malloy.
Vanessa, who did not want her full name used for privacy reasons, describes herself as a “sugar baby” — part of a growing population of primarily college women who are turning to men of means to make ends meet amid soaring expenses.
The arrangement is nothing new, but increasing tuition and student-loan debt paired with the ease of joining a site that facilitates these relationships are contributing to an increase of Colorado sugar baby relationships.
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.