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Robert Pattinson’s Team Feels Actor Needs Wake Up Call

Robert Pattinson has been urged to quit his womanizing ways.

The ‘Twilight’ hunk’s managerial team have warned him to calm down his partying antics and focus on his career as they fear he could risk tarnishing his successful name if he doesn’t put a stop to his troublesome behavior.

A source told RadarOnline: “Rob’s team felt he needed a wake up call [and] that now is the time to get extremely serious about his career, even if that means quitting the womanizing and music making that have defined his life in Los Angeles so far.

“They really don’t want him throwing this opportunity down the toilet.”

The 27-year-old actor shot to fame in 2008 after landing the role of Edward Cullen in the romantic fantasy film, but his team are worried he’ll sign up to a movie at the end of this year that won’t be as successful, and could play havoc with his future career.

The source explained: “Rob has to pick his next movie before the end of the year, and frankly, everyone is worried he’s going to screw this up.

“There’s this very strong sense from his team that he needs to find a serious movie, like Brad [Pitt] did with ‘Seven’ that pulls him out of the cheesecake territory. He can’t screw this up!”

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Robert Pattinson Opens Up About Twilight Sex Scenes With Kristen Stewart

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In a press conference in Stockholm, Sweden on Friday, Robert Pattinson opened up about filming sex scenes for Breaking Dawn with real life love Kristen Stewart. Admitting that they both found the scenes “difficult,” Pattinson said the set was “crazy” with everyone giving different opinions on how Bella and Edward should act.

“The sex scenes were difficult. The set was crazy and you have about 20 people in the room and someone saying things like: ‘No, Bella would not have made that noise. Can we do it again?’” he said.
“It was very charged, but a very tender and sentimental scene. It’s not a scene from the book, so everyone was nervous about doing it right,” Pattinson said. “A ton of other people were nervous. And, Kristen and I were both worried about the shape of our bodies would look on camera. We felt vulnerable.”
“It’s funny that all three movies portray sex as something scary and then, when they have sex in the fourth movie, they have a child with really rather devastating consequences,” he added.
Breaking Dawn Part 1 opens in theaters November 18.
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Robert Pattinson Has Potential To Be "a Profound Actor" Says Director Cronenberg

If you were ready to hand Robert Pattinson an Oscar for his work in theTwilight saga, just wait until you get a load of him in 2012′s Cosmopolis!HollywoodLife.com chatted with director David Cronenberg, who said Rob won’t be able to reveal his full scope as an actor until he’s left Edward Cullen behind. “It sort of pleases me to work with actors, like Rob, who have that potential, but haven’t had the chance to realize that yet and show it,” he told us Oct. 19 at the LA premiere of A Dangerous Method.

“I know [Rob’s] big success is Twilight, but as you know Viggo Mortensen‘s big success was Lord of the Rings, but it didn’t show him at his most profound as an actor,” David continued.

He also compared Rob to Keira Knightley, who stars in A Dangerous Method:

“I feel that … Keira Knightley is really quite undervalued and underestimated as an actress,” he said. “I think in A Dangerous Mind she proves she is te superb level of actress she actually is. I’ve worked with some of the best, and she is up there; I feel the same way about Robert Pattinson.”

Source: Hollywood Life

Robert Pattinson Fears Final Twilight Films Will Get "R" Rating

Twilight star Robert Pattinson  fears the final two movies in the vampire love story saga will have to be heavily censored for young fans to see them – because some scenes are too horrific.

The British actor, who plays Edward Cullen in the film franchise, is worried film bosses will slap a restrictive rating on the two Breaking Dawn movies after considering them too extreme for teenagers.
He tells Entertainment Weekly magazine, “There’s some interesting and weird stuff going on – really very, very, very strange. It’s great. For a big mainstream movie, it’s the most obscure storyline and really outside the box.
“It’s a horror movie. I’ve seen a few bits, and I just can’t see how it’s going to be (rated) PG-13… unless they cut everything out.” The climactic scenes include the graphic birth of a vampire baby.