Monday, May 17, 2010

Robert Pattinson's shorter locks

Wow - Somebody got a hair cut - what do you think?

Personally, I do enjoy the "Edward Cullen" hair that Robert Pattinson has become famous for, but it *CAN* get too long and "untamed"

It is the summer, he has a new movie coming up [Water for Elephants, he plays Jacob - funny isn't it?] & I really like the shorter 'do on guys as the weather warms up....

Anyhow, here are some photos of Rob with his shorter hair.....


Thoughts?

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*If you haven't read the novel yet, get it for $3 and be all caught up before he starts filming.


5 comments:

Quilt Nut said...

i just finished this book and absolutely loved it. i didn't expect too, i was only reading it because Rob is doing the movie lol but the book was/is fantastic!

Kitty said...

I am a huge advocate for captive elephants and for removing exotic animals of all kinds from performing in circuses - they lead miserable lives. Rosie in Water For Elephants is alive and still suffering in every circus. I hope that RPat starring in Water For Elephants will help bring the truth to light that elephants (and all the other animals in traveling cirucus shows) live lives of hell on earth. Anyway, I was thinking that maybe his shorter haircut was for the movie - it's set in the 1930s.

Stephie :) said...

idk....i LOVE the "edward" hair too. Either way, he's HOT!!!!! :)

c_kristy said...

He looks amazing. I love his shorter hair.
Water for Elephants is such an amazing story. It was completely entertaining and had me hooked from the start. I love that Rob has the opportunity to play such a great character :)

Kitty said...

In the last photo where he's in the car, he looks so tired. I hope he's not being pushed or pushing himself to hard. I believe I heard somewhere that he's afraid after the Twilight movies are done, he won't get anymore parts. I think he is an extradinarily talented actor and he will make many many more movies of many different types just as he is now - just hope he doesn't burn himself out or get sick.