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Rob on the cover of Entertainment Weekly…again.

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Rob will be on the cover of this week’s Entertainment Weekly that is scheduled to hit stands on Friday. The magazine takes a look at the Twilight “Fandemonium” in the article. Fans can now debate online whether Pattinson is dreamier with short or long hair, just as they continue to wrestle over whether they love…

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Daily Mail: “Help! My Daughter’s in Love with the Undead”

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Allison Pearson with England’s Daily Mail has caught the London preview of “Twilight” and she approves of her daughter’s crush: My daughter is in love with a vampire. It could be a lot worse, I suppose. She could have fallen for Russell Brand. The vampire is Edward Cullen, the romantic hero of Stephenie Meyer’s bestselling…

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MTV looks at Rob’s upcoming projects

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MTV’s Larry Carroll takes a peek at the projects Rob has coming our way, including ‘Little Ashes’, ‘How To Be’, and ‘Parts Per Billion’: When he was cast in “Twilight,” few people outside of die-hard “Harry Potter” fans had heard of him. As of last week, media outlets like this one, this one and a half-dozen…

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Twilight Tuesday: Catherine talks about ‘Twilight’s’ success and the DVD commentary

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MTV’s sat down with director Catherine Hardwicke to discuss Twilight’s amazing success at the box office and the DVD commentary. Hardwicke was also quick to praise her young leads, who have seemingly spent the last few weeks appearing on every talk show known to man. “I did the DVD commentary today with Rob and Kristen, and…

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Robert Pattinson Reveals Unpublished ‘Twilight’ Manuscripts!

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This isn’t really new information he is sharing with Teen Magazine, which will hit newstands December 2nd, but he talks about how he developed Edward for “Twilight”, Robert tells Teen magazine the main difference between the film and the popular book is that the novel, ‘Twilight’, is told through the eyes of Bella Swan and…

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