Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in Italy’s Vanity Fair

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart talk about the wedding in Italy’s Vanity Fair.

First Question: and you, what do you think about weddings?
Rob: I don’t know until now, I’ve been at around twenty funerals and just 2 weddings, certainly for what I saw they’re more fun than the funerals.

But, didn’t you got emotional after the ring exchange?

Rob: the truth? I think that the major part of the men who get married, live the same kind of experience: you stay there, waiting.. the wedding day is a woman’s thing, it’s their day. It was different for Kristen: the dress, walking to the altar, the music. I got away with an “you are very pretty, let’s get married!”

Kristen: I have to admit it, I felt like a real bride: at the center of the attention, in a wonderful dress.. for that scene everybody had to leave their phones before entering: the dress had to be kept a secret.

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Robert Pattinson Vanity Fair Web Extra

Vanity Fair has an extra online tidbit about Robert Pattinson.

“Sing us a song, piano man—let’s start with “Happy Birthday.” New Orleans’s Preservation Hall—where Annie Leibovitz shot young Robert Pattinson, shown tickling the ol’ 88 with the world-famous Preservation Hall band—celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Situated in the French Quarter, the music venue is one of the country’s most hallowed: it was founded in 1961 for the purpose of preserving New Orleans–style jazz, and indigenous American music. On his first-ever visit to the Quarter, Pattinson jammed with the house band and thoroughly held his own—his celebrity perhaps subsumed by that of the musicians, whose legendary status awed everyone on set. ”

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Robert Pattinson Vanity Fair Cover April 2011

In the issue of Vanity Fair that hits news stands this week, Robert Pattinson talks candidly about his career and the price of fame.

“Robert Pattinson doesn’t like to fly anymore, because flying means airports, and airports mean encountering people who might go bananas when they see him, screaming and crying and trying to touch him and asking him to bite their necks. Shy, for an actor, Pattinson, who turns 25 next month, says he finds the hysteria that has surrounded him ever since he first appeared as the gallant teenage vampire Edward Cullen in the first Twilight movie, in 2008, “quite strange.”

“This thing with everyone knowing you,” he says one day in Baton Rouge, where he’s filming the fourth and fifth installments in the Twilight saga, Breaking Dawn: Part I and Part II, “it’s weird, because people have this one-sided relationship where they look at your picture and feel they know you more than someone they actually know.” And, Pattinson adds, “I don’t really know myself that well.”

What will be interesting to see is media reaction from people like Chelsea Handler and others. Kristen Stewart gave a similar interview talking about loss of privacy, and was widely greeted with “you’re a star, now get over it” commentary. It will be interesting to see if Robert gets the same reaction.

See the full article called Escape from the Twilight Zone here.

Vanity Fair: Eclipse the Movie vs. Lunar Eclipse

Vanity Fair noticed all the hub bub on Twitter about Eclipse (lunar or otherwise):

“This morning, around 3 a.m. E.S.T., much of North America dragged themselves out of bed to glimpse a terribly inconvenient lunar eclipse. By all accounts, the moon appeared round, and the sky dark. To be fair: our dispassionate recapitulation of today’s celestial phenomenon does not reflect the fervor expressed on Twitter and in the nation’s newspapers for the lunar eclipse. It’s an excitement and intensity that, in our opinion, appears to be completely independent of the quality of the spectacle itself. In fact, the incessant frenzy recalls the fanaticism surrounding the year’s other significant eclipse: the third installation of the Twilight movie series. See if you can tell whether each viewer comment describes the lunar eclipse or Twilight: Eclipse”

They then put out a series of quotes from Twitter that talk about “Eclipse”. You have to then guess if the quotes mean the movie or the celestial event. Check it out here.

The Ladies of Twilight in Vanity Fair

Dakota Fanning, Nikki Reed, Ashley Greene, Elizabeth Reaser, Bryce Dallas Howard, and Julia Jones are stunning in August’s Vanity Fair.  Visit their site for more on what the stars had to say about the franchise.

Eclipse Women to Hit Vanity Fair

According to Gossip Cop:

Kristen Stewart, Dakota Fanning, Nikki Reed and Elizabeth Reaser (among others) participated in a photo shoot last Sunday for an issue set to arrive on stands around the time Eclipse hits theaters.”

This isn’t the first time Vanity Fair has done a major Twilight shoot. They were one of the first magazines to get onboard before Twilight came out. (See video below). The picture of Kristen Stewart squeezing Robert Pattinson’s face from that shoot has become legendary.

Robert Pattinson Lays It On The Line in Vanity Fair

Robert hits it all: the unexpected fame, the fan reaction, his relationship with Kristen Stewart, etc. It’s all in this month’s Vanity Fair. A small portion of the interview and photos are online. More is promised in the issue which according to VF, “is available on newsstands in New York and Los Angeles on November 4 and nationally on November 10.”

“Rather than working his way through supermodels, Pattinson, who’s been living out of three suitcases for the past year, has been feeling overwhelmed, self-conscious, and guilty. “I’m trying not to drown,” he says in his hotel room at the San Diego Hard Rock Hotel, which is littered today with beer bottles, old scrambled eggs, a half-eaten Twix bar, and a dirty pair of jeans on the living-room floor. And he notices that he hasn’t made his bed. “Oh, God. Sorry about that.”

“I’m unbearably self-conscious about stuff,” he admits. To the point where, while filming scenes before the army of New York paparazzi that has been following him around, he is terrified that his “ass crack is showing.”

See the rest of the feature on Vanity Fair online (and buy the issue this week and next). Also check out the outtakes from Rob’s photo session.

Vanity Fair Interviews Kellan Lutz

Vanity Fair is continuing their Twilight cast interviews. They last interviewed Peter Facinelli and now it’s on to Kellan Lutz with some interruption by Jackson Rathbone.

“Kellan discussed the cast’s love of reading, what’ll make it on the blooper reel, and his part in the upcoming remake of horror classic A Nightmare on Elm Street.

You’re currently on a break. What do you usually love to do on your downtime?

I love to read. I have a Kindle, and it’s nice to be able to download books that people refer. Rob[ert Pattinson] reads all of the time and he refers so many great books, Jackson [Rathbone], as well, and Kristen [Stewart]. It’s nice to just download books because we have so much downtime. I have close to eight hours a day to read. I finish so many books it’s amazing. I’m also doing Rosetta Stone, learning some French.”

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Chaske Spencer in Vanity Fair How did you get the part of Wolf Pack leader, Sam Uley?

Chaske Spencer: It was one of the weirdest auditions I’ve done. We put it on tape, and usually the process is: you meet the casting director, get a callback, then you meet the producer and director. This just went straight from tape. I auditioned for all of the parts of the Wolf Pack; they called me back and told me what part I had. Also, I didn’t really know who [the character] was because I didn’t know much about Twilight. Then I figured it out and said, “Wow, that’s a really good part.” It’s amazing. I’ve never gotten a part like that before.

Once you got the part, did you go back and read the books?

Yeah, I started with New Moon. Then I started dabbling in Eclipse because there’s a lot of back-story to my character. I really tried to relate to those characters, do my job … and then go to the gym.

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Vanity Fair Interviews Kiowa Gordon

Vanity Fair has put up their interview with Kiowa Gordon. Judging from Chaske Spencer’s Twitter account, we should eventually be hearing from him too.

How would you all get revved up before a scene?

We just took off our robes, put our game faces on, and did what we do best.

So you spent a fair amount of time being topless.

Yeeeeep! It was really freezing when we first got to Vancouver.

What was your favorite scene to shoot?

I call it the “muffin scene.” It’s right after Bella finds out we’re all werewolves, and we take her to Emily’s house while Jacob, Paul, and Sam are off in the woods taking care of some wolf business.”

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