British Actor, Robert Pattinson Invades Hollywood’s ‘It List’

The 26-year-old British actor, Robert Pattinson landed the role of a lifetime when he was casted as vampire Edward Cullen in the film adaption of Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight Saga books.   His first break came playing Cedrick Diggory in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.  In the last four years, he’s been tied up finishing the Twilight Saga films with the final installment, Breaking Dawn 2 coming out this November.  Looking at his body of work since Twilight, it would seem Robert Pattinson is trying to break away from the role that launched his career into the stratasphere and made him one of the hottest young actors around.  He followed up Twilight with the barely-seen Little Ashes, in which he played the artist, Salvador Dali.   If his current movie choices are an indicator,  Robert Pattinson’s post-Twilight career will find him distancing himself from another huge franchise and doing more indie-fare.  He has appeared in non-Twilight movies such as Remember Me, Water for Elephants and Bel Ami.  He will next be seen in David Cronenberg’sCosmopolis playing a young billionaire trying to make his way through Manhattan to get a haircut in a stretch limo as his interactions with a cast of characters start to tear away at his world.


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