Robert Pattinson in Vanity Fair December 2009 photoshoot.
"Getting back into the swing of life in Los Angeles, Robert Pattinson was spotted dropping by a Rite Aid in Hollywood, California on Friday (October 30).
Surrounded by bodyguards, fans and bystanders, the Edward Cullen hunk picked up a few personal needs before hopping in his car and continuing about with the day".
Leonardo DiCaprio shooting scenes for the film "Inception" in Paris, France, on 20th August 2009, and in Malibu, CA, on 16th October. Past the 163rd day of production on Chris Nolan's new sci-fi movie "Inception" (2010), that also stars Oscar-winner Marion Cotillard and Oscar-nominated Ellen Page.
"He's also bemused by the frequent comparisons made between him, Jude Law and Leonardo DiCaprio - who personally endorsed Pattinson's burgeoning career and teen heartthrob status by declaring; "finally there's someone to take that burden off me"."When I heard Leonardo DiCaprio had said that, I just thought; 'Wow, that's so cool', because that guy's had the best career of any young actor", enthuses Pattinson. "You can virtually guarantee anything he's in will be good. That's the type of career I'd like to have too". "That was a surprise, because the first film was really difficult. I actually found it hard trying to portray the profundity of him finding love and having those kinds of intense feelings, as he goes from feeling absolutely nothing - from being fossilised - to suddenly feeling everything, because he meets this girl, Bella. It was really hard to show that. I was always stressing myself out [about it]"."I think you do that a lot, as a guy, in relationships. It's like you're compelled to mess it up", he suggests, sniggering involuntarily at the premise of Edward literally abandoning Bella to the werewolves when she turns to Taylor Lautner's character, Jacob Black, for solace. But, despite his fondness for the Twilight saga and his character, Pattinson insists he'll be happy to finally banish them both to the grave, after the concluding episode. Likewise, he's less than enamoured with the idea of acquiring any vampire traits himself"."When you think about it, being a vampire means you have to kill people and feed on their blood, but all you get in return is you can run really fast, or throw things around. That's kind of a lame trade-off", he surmises."It's the same with living forever. I wouldn't want to, under any circumstance. I don't think anyone would want to, would they?" Source: www.nzherald.co.nz