The exclusive, Access-All-Areas pass inside the Life of Hollywood's Hottest New Talent..... Robert Pattinson After clinching "Top Male Hottie" at the Teen Choice Awards, winning "Breakthrough Performance" and "Best Kiss" awards from MTV Movies for his smash hit Twilight
, Robert Pattinson is Hollywood's Hottest Heartthrob! ROBSSESED
is the exclusive and first-ever all-access film into the leading actor's life, available to own on DVD. ROBSESSED
charts the British star's rise to U.S stardom and provides the inside story that led to his international fame and sex symbol status! The exclusive film includes sizzling secrets of Rob's first kiss, his bullying at school, and gossip on his co-stars, featuring a great selection of interviews with his acting teacher, former co-star Anne Reid (The Bad Mother's Handbook
), and influential figures in showbiz, as well as some of his super fans! The film is an exclusive, no-holds-barred look at the life of today's number one hottie in Hollywood. No stone is left unturned as Revolver Entertainment exclusively releases the first-ever documentary on Rob. "Up until I was 12 my sisters used to dress me up as a girl and introduce me as 'Claudia'! Twelve was a turning point as I moved to a mixed school and then I became cool and discovered hair gel." -Robert Pattinson ROBSESSED
offers more than a glimpse into Rob's life, it also provides an insightful and fascinating look into the foundation of the making of the young British actor and his transition to International Superstar. The ideal gift and certainly the essential, must-have DVD for any Robert Pattinson fan!
To say that pop culture is obsessed with Robert Pattinson would be an understatement. We magnify everything from his perfectly hung jeans, to his unruly tousled hair, to his favorite ripped teeshirt. In the all new documentary titled Robsessed fans are catapulted into a dream universe where everything revolves around Robert Pattinson. In the film, fans get exclusive never before heard tidbits from Pattinson's life, documented by his fellow colleagues, teachers, neighbors, and journalists. Ride along, as his drama teacher describes the passion and talent the young Pattinson displayed while his coworker talks about modeling with him back in the day. Hold on tight because Robsessed is an hour full of thrills, screams, and maybe a tear or two as you uncover the mystery behind one of the most obsessed about actors in pop culture today. The unassuming Robert Pattinson was very bashful and hesitant while preparing for the role of the quote-unquote perfect man. Apparently, four pages into the book, Rob was taken aback by the perfection of the character and was extremely nervous and not at all confident about the role. It was that humbleness that caught the attention of Kristen Stewart when they first met at the Twilight director's house. Rob was there to screen test for the role and Stewart who was instrumental in picking Edward had already seen 4,999 wrong Edward's before Pattinson won her over. The chemistry was perfect and the rest played out like a movie. Pattinson became an international and beloved superstar and from here on out has more opportunities than he had ever dreamed possible. If you think that was a lot of new Rob details to learn, just wait until you immerse yourself in the hour plus long documentary all about RPattz. Obsess about Rob's unruly sexy hair and find out how he gets that bed head look so perfect, get to the bottom of the smelly rumors, and listen to the experts who talked KStew and RPattz dating rumors. The secrets of Robert Pattinson will be unleashed on November 10th when Robsessed comes to DVD. --Colleen Joyce, PopStar.com
'Robert Pattinson, Object of Obsession'. Yvonne Villarreal is a contributor to Hero Complex who may or may not be obsessed with a certain actor who appears in 'The Twilight Saga: New Moon,'. She sent in this report on a new documentary that promises 'All Areas Accessed'. I've been doing my homework with the new breathless documentary 'Robsessed.' For instance, I now know that when Robert Pattinson was a child, his sisters dressed him up in girls' clothes and called him Clare. I also know that Rob is the youngest of three kids, that his father imported vintage cars from the States and that his mum pulled a paycheck as the booker at a model agency. This is important stuff here, revelatory factoids that will help me prepare the all-important small talk when Rob brings me home to meet his parents. People make fun of Rob's disheveled hair, but it's gorgeous chaos if you ask me. It's more than mere fashion affectation -- 'Robsessed' reveals that Rob once won an award at school for the messiest desk. That makes me think he's a naturally rough-around the-edges soul. It also makes me wonder whether I should have gone to school in England. Rob was born on May 13, which means he shares a birthday with Stevie Wonder, & 'Maude' actress Bea Arthur, boxing legend Joe Louis and cult leader Jim Jones, but he has much better hair than any of those people. His middle name is Thomas, which is much better than Clare. The 70-minute 'Robsessed' was directed by Irene Antoniades, who apparently couldn't get people who know Rob well to sit down for extended interviews. Most of the screen time is given to British magazine editors who ve had brief encounters with the actor. There are interviews with his acting teacher and former costar Anne Reid ('The Bad Mother's Handbook') but no childhood friends nor any old girlfriends who might have broken up with him (maybe they're all locked up in insane asylums). A woman who once saw him at a pub gets some air time, which suggests that this isn't exatcly a Ken Burns production. I myself am not in it, but other 'superfans' offer their expert opinion on his dreaminess. It's not all sunny tidbits: It shows that Rob was cast to play Reese Witherspoon s son in 2004 s 'Vanity Fair,' but his scenes were -- gasp! -- cut out. And British film critic Kim Newman makes some intelligent points, suggesting the hysteria surrounding Pattinson has more to do with the Edward Cullen than the actor himself. Yeah, right. Put Carrot Top in the movie and girls would be chasing him down the street, too... I can recommend 'Robsessed' because it also includes some early modeling shots of Pattinson in boxer shorts and black socks. The movie also devotes screen time to an in-depth analysis of Rob's famous coif -- which it weirdly describes as 'finger-lickingly good hair'? I can't wait to ask him about that one. --Yvonne Villarreal, LA Times Hero Complex