Robert Pattinson Covers Vanity Fair (December 2009)
"Twilight's Hot Gleaming" Robert Pattinson takes the cover of Vanity Fair magazine's December 2009 issue. Vanity Fair contributing editor Evgenia Peretz interviews Pattinson, Stewart, and a host of Twilight insiders for an intimate profile that describes how he landed the role of Edward Cullen, distills the essence of his appeal, and explores his discomfort with the hormone-fueled frenzy he inspires among his fans. You can read a preview of the interview at VF.com.
Despite the fact that he is an exquisite beauty—with perfectly formed red, red lips and a face that might have been dreamed by the Romantic poets—he thinks he resembles “a cartoon character.” One of his legs is longer than the other, which makes him look, he assures you, “like an idiot.”
Images here are from the first of four slide shows from VF.com - featuring outtakes from Pattinson's session with photographer Bruce Weber. MORE OUTTAKES on the next page. Read the full article and see the exclusive photographs of Pattinson (only available in the print edition) in December 2009 issue of Vanity Fair, available on newsstands in New York and Los Angeles on November 4 and nationally on November 10.