New Moon’s Robert Pattinson Goes Lunatic

Wow, what a thrilling and popular book series, now hitting the film industry, Twilight Saga: New Moon  is hitting theaters everywhere Friday, November 20, 2009.

New Moon is raising the hopes of many fans across the nation. With so much to do and so little time, sometimes people even the vampires themselves like, Robert Pattinson gets the all time high right before a BIG show.

According to, Ted Casablanca from Entertainment Weekly online, a shocking and under-the-moon spell hits Pattinson as he was talking to a fan and asked her to take her clothes off.

“It was after a period of signing 500 signatures, and one of [the fans] just came up. You kind of get 10 seconds with each person and you never really say anything, and I kind of got bored of saying, ‘Hey, how are you doing?’ And [the fan] said in her 10 seconds, ‘What can I do to get your attention?’ I was like, ‘Um, just take your clothes off.’ And she stood there and frantically started taking her clothes off and got dragged out of the room by security. I never felt more terrible.”

Pattinson should feel terrible that he slipped up in his words, however not because the fan was taken away. I would think many of us would agree that the fan should have tighten her screws on before even thinking of going up to Pattinson. She was asking for trouble. WOW, what can I do to get your attention? Very Very Shady!

On a better note, New Moon critics believe that Friday is going to be a good turn out. It is projected to be expecting $100 million. I can say that’s more than what’s in my back account.

Looking forward to the turnout of New Moon, I am very excited to keep posting more Twilight Highlights. I just hope Robert Pattinson learns to control his charm and all of you fans out there, try to breathe and act responsible when around the demon himself. (Wink).

See where I got the info click below:

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