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Robert Pattinson on Cover of GQ

Pattinson Interviews
Posted by: Edward
March 13, 2009, 04:08 PM

The latest issue of Men's fashion magazine GQ is set to feature actor Robert Pattinson (Cedric Diggory) on its cover.  Images from the April 2009 issue featuring Mr. Pattinson are now online and can be seen right here via JustJared.  In the magazine, the actor gives a lengthy new interview which covers a number of topics including his recent fame from the Twilight films, his work in a new film about the life of painter Salvador Dali, and more.  The full interview, which may contain some material not suitable for younger readers, can be read online over on the GQ website

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I really like the guy. I loved the interview, I thought the interviewer was just as funny as Robert. Robert has many great quotes. I can’t help but feel bad for the guy which is more than I can say about most celebrities. Loved the microwave comment and when they were talking about the car I was reminded of this Ellen interview where he says he can’t figure out how to make the windshield wipers to work.

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I love his eyes! sigh

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