Robert Pattinson lands Vanity Fair cover


Sometimes you can judge a book (especially magazines) by its cover. One look at Vanity Fair’s December 2009 issue convinced me that I had to read it. I’m a closet Twilight fan. I have watched the movie four times and I’ve read all the novels, including the Edward-only-perspective-version of the first book online.

Going back to VF, Robert Pattinson‘s much-awaited cover and stunning 12-page piece is finally here. The photos are amazing (looks like it took place on some rugged, northeastern corner of the U.S.), and it seems the article doesn’t stray far from what fans want to know about the 23-year-old British actor.

“I guess I’m not the type of guy cut out to do a franchise,” he said, adding later that he feels his natural looks make him resemble “a cartoon character.” One of his legs is longer than the other, which makes him look, he assures you, “like an idiot.”

Contributing editor Evgenia Peretz is said to have interviewed Rob in his messy hotel room, where the Twilight star apologized for the mess and his inability to come to terms with fame.

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