Rob goes there a lot without being seen and there were a couple of sightings:
"sitting next to Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. holy hotness. they were with a group of people and so so cute!! kissing and holding hands. ugh I died :x” (x)
“Ok I’m not star struck but that is Edward Cullan!!!” (x)
Last night there was a screening of The Better Life at Soho House, directed by Chris Weitz, so they were most likely there to support him since they have both done so in the past. A producer from one of Kristen’s films also tweeted Chris Weitz saying, “Great hanging out tonight. Such a moving film! A Better Life should be seen by everyone.” (x)
If I say something bad about Rob Pattinson, I’m dead meat. That’s the devotion the Twilight films inspire.. Though I am continually impressed by the aplomb with which he handles the hysteria, I occasionally think he would take it all back if given the chance. Because essentially, Rob, 23, is a reserved, bookish sort of specimen, a guy who’d rather spend the night at the corner table in the pub with friends, a bit of a weirdo, frankly, in the best sense. That we haven’t seen a tenth of what he can do onscreen. And that important things, beyond the veil of Hollywood, occupy his time too, music, conversation, ideas, a sense of the absurd. Which, maybe, explains why he never gets to my e-mails. I love you, Rob! Call me!
I didn’t like the way New Moon was treated by the critics. I think it was reviewed in the context of just being a big franchise movie. When something is so hyped, inevitably, there is a backlash against it. I think Chris Weitz is an amazing director. I really enjoyed the film. So the naysayers kind of annoyed me.