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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.
His mom worked for a modeling agency, his dad was a luxurycar importer.
"He wouldn't say anything," Pattinson says, "and he also wouldn't leave," so Pattinson sat there and talked about himself for three hours and drank enough coffee to make a rhino's heart explode. He explains that the place he's staying at in L. has a microwave, and that he's never had a microwave before, and that he spends a lot of time looking for new things you can microwave. By then, Hardwicke had already met with hundreds of potential Edwards.
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.
' "It's funny, because Pattinson worships Jack Nicholson, who's legendary for giving interviewers less than the time of day.
Some guy offering him a part, maybe, in a movie so double top secret he couldn't tell Pattinson what it was about. Did we mention that he's had about nineteen cups of coffee He asks the waiter about the soup. He was in Los Angeles, crashing on his agent's couch, looking for an American job. He didn't know about the cult, about the fans who'd followed Edward and Bella, his perpetually imperiled mortal lady friend, from the first book—which turned author Stephenie Meyer, a Mormon stayathome mom from Arizona, into the biggest publishingindustry phenomenon since _Potter'_s J. Rowling—through three increasingly thickasabrick sequels. He didn't know that as soon as the movie adaptation was announced, those He auditioned in Hardwicke's bedroom; Hardwicke videotaped him and Stewart performing one of the movie's big love scenes.
The story fuses the bodiceripping True Love Never Dies sensuality of the vampire mythos with the True Love Waits ethos of Bushera abstinence education; it's a heavybreathing romance in which all physical affection represents a slippery slope to horrible undeath.