Scans: Robert Pattinson for Vanity Fair Magazine (April 2011)
Robert Pattinson‘s issue of Vanity Fair Magazine hits newsstands on Thursday, but we’ve already got scans of the mag for you to check out the pics and read the interview.
Here are some tidbits from the interview, which you can read in full in the scans below.
The interviewer can’t deny Rob’s beauty:
He picks his head up again and–oh, wow. He can’t escape his looks any more than he can escape the attention of his fans. His face has a kind of gorgeousness one sees in the faces of children, with its perfect pale skin, red lips, large eyes. It’s hard to say it any other way: he’s beautiful.
On how fame is changing his everyday life:
It seems the restrictions of living in the bubble of his immense fame are starting to get to him. “I’ve just kind of stopped doing everything,” he says. “I never change the channel in my trailer. I just watch reruns of House of Payne and Two and a Half Men. I love Cops–I think it’s my favorite TV show.
“I mean, are you very intense about each other?” I ask.
“Oh, I don’t know,” he says finally. “She’s cool. Even before I knew her I thought she was a really good actress. Like I saw Into the Wild, and I thought she was really good in that. I still think there are very few girls in her class that are as goo as she is. It’s funny that she’s the one doing this huge thing.” That is, Twilight.
On Tai the elephant from Water for Elephants:
“She was the best actor I ever worked with in my life,” Pattinson says of Tai, his Indian-elephant co-star, who lives in Souther California, where the movie was mostly shot. [...] “I cried when the elephant was wrapped,” or filmed her last scene, says Pattinson. “I never cried when anyone else was wrapped.”
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