The young actor who claims to have lived out of the same three suitcases for the past year sat down with Evgenia Peretz from Vanity Fair at the San Diego Hard Rock Hotel. In the all new Vanity Fair interview out later this week, Peretz did something that few interviewers have done with star Robert Pattinson. She was able to catch a glimpse of the real Rob who apologized for his unmade bed saying, "Oh, God. Sorry about that." Get ready for an intimate interview with Robert Pattinson who addresses rumors about Kristen Stewart, talks about his fans, and opens up about the doubts many felt when he was first cast for Edward Cullen in Twilight.
Under the direction of photographer Bruce Weber, Pattinson channeled his inner prep for the all new December issue of Vanity Fair out later this week. The famed photographer teamed up with the The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009) movie star in a twelve page spread which will be a hot seller for Vanity Fair. Inside the pages of VF, Pattinson addressed the relationship rumors between him and costar Kristen Stewart, talks about the instant fame that came with Twilight (2008), and the reaction to the worldwide doubt when he was first cast.
Until later this week, the issue is being kept under wraps and little information is leaking from inside the story. However, we were able to score some information from the secretive pages of Vanity Fair. For the first time publically, Pattinson is trying to clear the air regarding the dating rumors and says they are only that, rumors. "It doesn't make any difference what you say [to the tabloids]. I've literally been across the country [from Kristen], and it’s like 'Oh, they were on secret dates!' It's like 'Where? I can't get out of my hotel room!'"
Robert Pattinson has a great job, good friends, and a plethora of women begging to be with him, however he still seems insecure about certain things. In the new VF interview, the actor opens up about being, “unbearably self-conscious about stuff,” thinks he looks like “a cartoon character” and even claims that one of his legs is longer than the other. That is all you're getting out of the VF interview so you must wait until the twelve page spread hits newsstands or the web later this week. If you are living in Los Angeles or New York, pick up your hardcopy on November 4th -- the issue will be available nationally and online at VanityFair.com on November 10.