Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Join Us In Celebrating Rob's 29th Birthday

We are less than a month away from Rob's 29th birthday and we want to celebrate with YOU!


We are going to have a post on May 13th and we want all of you to be part of it. You can do that by sending us your story about meeting Rob or messages of what you'd like to say to him.

The deadline is May 9th! 

Send your messages to robertpattinsonlife@gmail.com with that file attached and please include your name, nickname or twitter account - how you want to be credited in the post.

But please, keep your messages family friendly and no more than 2,000 words per message.

And once again we're also supporting the Robert Pattinson Birthday Project. For more information click here. If you can donate, every bit matters.

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Happy Birthday Sonia

It's Sonia's birthday! 



Joyeux Anniversaire Sonia! We ♥ you!

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Rob's Interview with F Magazine (Greece)

"I think I've gone crazy."
He wasn't looking for the easy way... A role that was more like a trap and his progress as an actor is very different from the usual. He is also unbereably good looking!!! Eyes, smile, hair and a talent that makes an effort to be revealed, but I know for sure that it exists!!!! LIFE will be his next movie in which he’ll prove it. Stop doing what you are doing and pay attention: Robert Pattinson talks…

Question: "You have to know that there are similarities between James Dean’s life and yours."
Rob:
"For me the story of James Dean and of Dennis Stock are two completely different stories. The story of James Dean, maybe because I’ve lived it up to a certain point, doesn’t particularly interest me. From the very beginning I identified more with the character of Dennis Stock."

Question: "How do you see James Dean? Were you inspired by him?"
Rob:
"Almost all actors go through a phase that they have an obsession with James Dean. His movies had a huge influence. Some things are exaggerated, but that has to do with the fact that he had just started. You can see his fearless experimentations. Some of his movements are very gentle, like ballet movements, and others are blatantly strong. I’ve seen a lot of his photos and it’s interesting that he never took a bad picture. This doesn’t have to do just with his face. He always knew how to stand in front of the camera. In 1955 people were not constantly photographed and he wasn’t that famous yet, but he just knew that his face took good pictures. He was very good in controlling that."

Question: "How is it to be photographed? Do you like it?"
Rob:
"I’m very bad at that. There was a time when the first Twilight movie was released, I wanted to show a certain profile. When you can control it it’s fine, but when they photograph you all the time, you lose control. Suddenly you are afraid and you become an introvert. At the moment I’m in that phase “Don’t take any pictures of me!”

Question: "How was it to work together with Dane DeHaan?"
Rob:
"I would not have participated in the movie if they hadn't found the right person to portray James Dean. When I found out it was Dane, I wanted to do the movie, because I like him and also I seldom have the chance to play with someone my own age. His role is hard. Especially with the make-up and the wig. He even had fake ear-lobes. It was crazy! But he’s a nice guy. In reality the relationship between James Dean and Dennis Stock was very weird. They were so different but so are Dane and I, but eventually we got along really well."

Question: "Is there a place in the world or some people in your life with who you can be yourself, who are a stable basis for you?"
Rob:
"I only experience this with my friends and family. It’s impossible for me to find a stable place when I move around eight months a year. I had my house in Los Angeles, from where I moved recently, for two years and I didn't even furnish it."

Saturday, April 18, 2015

Thursday, April 16, 2015