Robert pattinson dating annelyse
All bullshit, Pattinson says, but he reads the stories anyway, out of a kind of masochistic narcissism. (The fake Robert Pattinson claimed to have nailed Kristen Stewart.
The fake Robert Pattinson was kind of like Chuck Bass, if Chuck Bass were uncouth enough to trumpet his conquests on somebody's Wall.)For what it's worth: He grew up in London.
based on the best-selling novel by Stephenie Meyer, he’s become an object of perverse fascination. There’s this one girl who’s consistently mentioned.
Teenage girls mob him at autograph signings and leave giggling messages on his cell phone for “Edward.” Paparazzi follow him everywhere; recently they caught him in a gas station parking lot, quietly eating a takeout hamburger in his car. Much of what he says gets taken out of context: Once, Pattinson joked about never washing his hair, thereby unleashing a flurry of stories about his awful personal hygiene. It’s like, ‘He’s dating this Brazilian model.’ What’s her name? I’ve never met her.” If you see a juicy gossip item about him, he says, it’s guaranteed to be a lie.
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 Funny—by then, it would be our favorite thing about him, too.
Here are some fun excerpts from the interview: On his rumored girlfriend: “There’s literally not a single [true] story that could be written about me. It’s like, ‘He’s dating this Brazilian model.’ What’s her name—-Annelyse. It’s funny, though, because I met her at her place the other day, and there’s a security gate, and even the security woman—I guess she knows that Camilla lives there, and she was like, ‘Oooh! And it’s funny that she’s being portrayed as this home wrecker.
I’ve never met her.” On being romantically involved with Camilla Belle, who is dating Joe Jonas: “That’s the funniest [rumor]. She’s literally the most unlikely person to be a home wrecker.
He's just come from a bigtime meeting with a director and can't wait to tell us how weird it was. as Cedric Diggory, sort of the haughty blond Iceman to Harry's Maverick—by getting fired from a play in London, where he grew up.
In a vampire movie, he'd have said this with a suggestive eyebrowwiggle, and then they'd cut to our pallid corpse tumbling out of a Dumpster. "I'd seen a zillion really cute guys," she says. They all looked like the supercute kid in your high school.
The prom king, or the captain of the football team.
It’s just ridiculous.” On his new period film, , in which he plays a young Salvador Dali: “I thought I’d never get another acting job again.
So I was like, ‘Yeah—why not try to do something weird? And y’know, I haven’t even done a sex scene with a girl, in my whole career…
We spend a Tuesday afternoon with Pattinson, in a little bakerycafé 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."I just say the first thing that comes into my head," he said, "out of nervousness.