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18 November 2009


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If Hawthorne didn't write it (or Austen or Bronte or whoever), I don't really want to read it. (Maybe there's some exceptions, but I haven't found them yet!)

Ms Avery

I love him more and more with every hamfisted media quote I hear. He is so woefully bad at being a movie star.


He really did say that? Hahahahahaha *is rolling on the floor laughing and holding her belly*


I only made it about halfway through the interview (because my lunchbreak ended) but it's hilarious -- and all three of them come off as strangely likable.

Ms Avery: Either that, or he is very, very good at it...

reader and writer

That kid cracks me up. What a joy!! He's the best thing that could've happened to those movies. God bless the Brits.


I loved Pattinson once I saw this quote:

"When you read the book it's like, 'Edward Cullen was so beautiful I creamed myself.' I mean, every line is like that. He's the most ridiculous person who's so amazing at everything. I think a lot of actors tried to play that aspect. I just couldn't do that. And the more I read the script, the more I hated this guy, so that's how I played him, as a manic-depressive who hates himself. Plus, he's a 108-year-old virgin so he's obviously got some issues there."

I love that he seems to find the books as ridiculous as I did. I love that he found a way to love playing a character he seems to hate. I really love the way he worded this. Here is a guy who totally gets not taking yourself too seriously.

Sarah I.

Hahahaha...! You're totally right - he's great.

Miss Erin

I was so funny on Letterman last night, too.

Miss Erin

that should say "he", heh


He was interviewed over here in London for Film 2009 on the launch of New Moon and spent the whole thing giggling about how the story is really all about Edward and who are all these other characters anyway? Very funny, very sweet, and although he often looks like he's been dragged through a hedge backwards I've become very fond of him. Looking forward to reading his interview in Vanity Fair to see what he comes up with there....

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