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Brando could do that, of course, because he was Marlon fucking Brando.
"I know that's a fucking great thing to say about all the other actors—but Rob understood that it wasn't a frivolous role." Meyer's unpublished, unfinished retelling of _Twilight _from Edward's point of view.
("I was a vampire, and she had the sweetest blood I'd smelled in eighty years.") He showed up to shoot the movie with a lot of ideas about how it could be more than a horrortinged tween romance.
How Edward could be less like the turtlenecked Prince Charming from the novels—"If you met a guy like that in real life," he says, "you'd think he was kind of dorky"—and more like the edgy dude burning himself with cigarettes in the corner at the high school party. He thought that at the end of the movie, when Edward and Bella slowdance to Iron & Wine on prom night, they shouldn't kiss.
"I thought that would be interesting," he says, "for a In the books, Edward refuses to go all the way with Bella, fearing he'll vamp out in the heat of passion, but because he's a 107yearold vampire, he's got seduction game like no 17yearold alive.
Long enough for it to gross more than $150 million, long enough for the studio to pull the trigger on the first of three potential sequels by replacing director Catherine Hardwicke with one of the guys responsible for the He slides into his chair, dressed all in black, with a weeksold beard, hair crammed under a wool cap, looking like Justin Timberlake researching an off Broadway turn as Terry Malloy.