Thursday, April 1, 2010



I am sorry to have to tell you this, but this blog is going to be shut down tomorrow. Today was my last hooray of blogging news of your belove Robert Pattinson. I have switched sides to Taylor Lautner, the manly wolf. Yes I have switched sides. I have decided that Rob is just too skinny and not man enough for me. I am going to miss all the great news, but since I have crossed over to the other side, I know I will have many hater. I will not be blogging ever again. Again I am truly sorry. As for Robert Pattinson...ARPIL FOOLS!!!! R U SERIOUS? YOU THINK I WOULD LIKE THE MUTT? NAH NO THANKS IM STCKING TO THE EVER SEXY BRITISH MAN ROBERT PATTINSON BABY! HE IS ALL MAN AND TOO HOT FOR WORDS! HEHEHE SORRY FOLLOWERS BUT I HAD TO! I HOPE U ALL ENJOYED YOUR APRIL FOOLS DAY!

Hair trendsetter Robert Pattinson


Robert Pattinson has won a legion of female fans with his portrayal of Edward Cullen in the 'Twilight' movies and now it seems he's become a hit with men.

Robert's slightly messy hairstyle is now one of the most requested looks at salon's across the world as young males pay homage to Hollywood's latest heartthrob and the cut is set to stay popular for the rest of the year.

Former UK men's hairdresser of the year Jamie Stevens - who is artistic director at the prestigious Errol Douglas salon in Knightsbridge, London - said of the style and others set to be big in 2010: "The versatile slightly longer style with the quiff can be styled up or slicked back and is very adaptable as it can look both dressy and messy. Other key trends for 2010 are short blond hair for a really sharp look. Undercutting is also very on trend, as you can see from David Beckham."

While younger men may copy Robert and David's look, the older man can follow in George Clooney's footsteps by embracing their greying locks, as the silver look is in.

Jamie - hairdresser to Hugh Grant and TV presenter Gok Wan - added to BANG Showbiz: "Traditionally men have covered up their grey with sometimes obvious darker colour - it's a high maintenance look and you have to keep colouring. For my older men who may be going a little grey, I suggest embracing it - have an ash toner on greying hair to give a more silver feel, a la George Clooney, which looks cleaner and more on trend. And the best bit is, it only takes 15 minutes."

To achieve this look an ash toner is applied for five minutes to strip out any dullness or yellow tones. It's not a drastic change, but leaves hair much cleaner and silver looking. The treatment is done at the backwash so just looks like you're having a shampoo.


Robert Pattinson Is Going To Direct Breaking Dawn?



Well bite my neck and call me Bella: The latest news for fourth Twilight movie Breaking Dawn is major: star Robert Pattinson will also direct the movie!

This news comes as an obvious shock, especially since the job has been speculated on lately — Summit reportedly approached Oscar-nominated directors such as Sofia Coppola and Gus van Sant. I have no idea how you go from Sofia Coppola to Pattinson, and I'm really wondering how he'll be able to pull off acting and running the show, but Clint Eastwood has done it plenty of times. I guess you could say Pattinson knows the material well, though it will be his first time in the director's chair. Even so, his inexperience shouldn't deter legions of devoted Twilight fans.

To read a press release confirming Pattinson's new role, just read more.

APRIL FOOLS!!! That really was too easy.



Robert Pattinson's 'Remember Me' DVD date announced, available for pre-order



The DVD release date for Robert Pattinson's Remember Me has been revealed to be June 22nd of this year!

The film was released to U.S. theaters on March 12th, 2010, and it has brought in a little over $17.6 million domestically (around $23 million worldwide).

Remember Me is not Robert Pattinson's first lead role (not by a long-shot), as he has portrayed the main character in films like How To Be, Little Ashes, and The Haunted Airman before. It is, however, the first non-Twilight film he's done since becoming a globally household name.

Pattinson is currently filming Bel Ami, his second such film, in Europe.

Remember Me also stars Emilie de Ravin, Chris Cooper, Pierce Brosnan, and Ruby Jerins, and it is available for pre-ordering on DVD right


Robert Pattinson on fans, fame and fighting


Move over Hugh Grant and Daniel Craig. Right now, Robert Pattinson is the biggest British movie star in Hollywood. Since hit vampire films Twilight and New Moon, R-Patz mania has exploded. Once, girls left notes on his car windscreen. Now they set themselves on fire outside his hotel.

"You start getting a bit paranoid," he admits. "Looking around when you're walking down the street, in case you get mobbed by teenage girls."

When Pattinson, 23, shot his latest film, romantic drama Remember Me, in New York, the hysteria almost killed him. Spotted by a bunch of 'Twi-hards' (as his obsessive fans are known), he crossed the road - narrowly missing being hit by a taxi. Everywhere, fans crowded to watch him shoot scenes with co-star Emilie de Ravin.

"It was mad," he says. "I didn't see it coming. I thought it was going to be a little film shot in New York, and I'd be able to just hang out!"

For Pattinson, those days are long gone. "I spend a lot of time trying to figure out how to not be seen," he explains. "It's annoying but the pay-off is infinite.
If no one finds out where you're staying, if people aren't following you, or outside a restaurant if you have dinner there... then it's great."

The big question is over his relationship with Twilight co-star Kristen Stewart. The pair reputedly got together when filming New Moon, but when Stewart collected the Orange Rising Star Bafta in February, they arrived separately - presumably to avoid a 'Twi-hard' riot. Does he find it even more difficult to go out with Stewart?

"It's difficult either way," he says, refusing to elaborate. "When the spotlight seems centred on you, the best thing is to remain as much of a mystery as you can."

If R-Patz isn't quite ready to cuddle up to Kristen in public, his new film casts him as a modern-day Romeo. He plays Tyler, a rich kid rebel who falls for de Ravin's student, despite her father's objections.

"I wanted to play something grounded in reality, a solid story of normal people," he says.

Is he a romantic? "In a confused way," he nods. "I think I try. The way to be romantic is to be uncynical and innocent about relationships. I am innocent about that."

He admits going to slushy movies. "I really like The Notebook" - further proof he's every teen girl's ideal man.

But, in common with his Remember Me character, Pattinson admits a history of getting into fights.

"I've been beaten up a few times," he says. "I generally don't see it coming... it's been a few years, though."

It's hard to imagine this gentle-looking boy, who grew up with two elder sisters, slugging it out. Is he a peaceful guy at heart?

"Not really," he grins. "I just like wounds!"

But could the pressure of fame be getting to him? On its first US weekend, Remember Me took just $8 million (£5.3m) - way off the records New Moon set.

"You see articles, 'If this doesn't make any money, what's his worth to the world?'" he cries. "I don't know! Nothing!"

Does he ever think of rebelling against this life?

"Yeah," he nods. "I didn't go through a rebellious streak when I was younger and now I'll suddenly rebel against stuff completely unnecessarily."

In truth, Pattinson's upbringing was sound, his parents encouraging him to act. "They're really proud," he says. "They think it's more impressive than I do. It's just luck to me. I never set out to find fame. It's strange."

How so? "I still have to learn how to
make my life work."

Not that the madness engulfing him will let up any time soon. Third Twilight film Eclipse is due in summer and he is now shooting Bel Ami with Uma Thurman and Christina Ricci. In October he films Breaking Dawn, the final in the Twilight saga. It's why he likes living in Los Angeles.

"I like the isolation. If you want to be alone, you're really alone in LA."


Robert Pattinson is more influential than President Barack Obama on Time Magazine Poll (details)



April 1, 2010 -- The Time Magazine poll was released today for the public to vote on the 100 most influential individuals in America. Giving 200 choices, there appears to be an overwhelming influence of Hollywood to pick from. While it is only the beginning hours of the poll, it appears that entertainment and celebrity status trumps any leadership qualities, at least for now.

According to the preliminary findings of the poll, America is finding that Robert Pattinson and Conan O'Brien is more influential than President Barack Obama. There are only preliminary votes with approximately 5,000 votes counted, but this small sampling is quite amazing.

Rank Name Avg. Rating Total Votes
1 Dana White 90 3357
2 Robert Pattinson 74 1455
3 Conan O'Brien 94 871
4 Barack Obama 78 421
5 Lady Gaga 43 690

As the competition warms, up so does the fan base of the celebrities. Robert Pattinson and Conan O'Brien columnists and bloggers are engaging by asking fans to immediately vote on the poll. Pushing their followers to do what they can to make sure the celebrities get their names on the top 100, there isn't any doubt that the top 5 right now will definitely be in the top 25 after the polls close.

Take a look at the 200 individuals and pick out your influential individuals and vote. The Time Magazine poll is open to everyone.