ROLL CALL: Robert Pattinson Jokes About Edward Cullen Going Gay
First Published: November 9, 2012 2:14 PM EST Credit: Getty Premium
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Cue The Sad Faces Of “Twilight” Girls: Edward Cullen to play for the other team?! Robert Pattinson is up to his usual interview shenanigans, again. During a chat with Ellen DeGeneres, the actor joked that in future movies (let’s remember there aren’t any books beyond “Breaking Dawn” at the moment) that his Edward Cullen character should start dating men. “I was also thinking another way to do it would be to make it look like ‘Will and Grace,’ where Edward turns gay,” the actor joked of his on-screen relationship with Kristen Stewart’s Bella. “But they still stay together, and they raise the kid and everything.” He also suggested another twist on his huge franchise. “I was talking about this the other day,” he said “If they mixed it up with ‘The Avengers,’ or made it ‘Twilight-slash-Avengers.’” For more with Robert and co-star Taylor Lautner, CLICK HERE!
No Boys For Bond: On the flip side of the gay Hollywood coin, despite a scene between Daniel Craig and Javier Bardem, where Javier’s character caresses Bond, while the spy is tied up, the British star says there’s nothing gay about the famed character. “He’s not gay,” he said when asked by E! News about the possibility of a gay Bond. “And I don’t think Javier’s character is either – I think he’d f*** anything.”
Another Jonah Hill Feud?: Remember that faux Jonah Hill and Matt Morrison feud, well now there appears to an actual spat between the actor and CNN’s Don Lemon. Find out why Don claims the actor was “rude” and why Jonah referred to the news anchor as “12-year-old girl” Meow!
More Les Mis!: In better news, yet another trailer for “Les Miserables” has dropped, HERE! Can we just give Anne Hathaway the Oscar now?
Brad Battles Zombies!: Also, check out the new trailer for “World War Z” with Brad Pitt, HERE!
-- Jesse Spero
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