Breaking Fug: Part Two: Whatever The Hell They’re Calling This One


“Aw, man, you guys. Do I really STILL have to promote this series? Do I? Are you sure? Do I seriously? Don’t you think people will come out and see it no matter what? Don’t you? I do. Can I talk about something else while I’m here? NOT KRISTEN. Something else. What about Harry Potter? Do you guys want to talk about Harry Potter? Let’s talk about the Triwizard Tournament! It was really fun until that thing happened to me that was really bad. See, I care about not spoiling you on an old book! Let’s talk about spoilers! Let’s talk about tacos! Let’s talk about small kiln pottery. Something. SOMETHING ELSE. I’M SO TIRED OF TWILIGHT YOU GUYS. Also, why is my shirt made of wrapping paper?”

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  1. Sandra
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    I quite like the suit, though it could be tailored more precisely. Columbia Pictures Television must have had a yard sale, since R. Pattz is wearing one of Parker Lewis’ shirts. He doesn’t look exactly grubby; more like he forgot to shave and went to sleep with his hair wet. Don’t fight the hot, young ‘un. It’s there for you.

  2. Mair Mair
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    He’s a pipe and a coupla leather elbow patches away from Rumpled Professor Vampire.

  3. LoriK
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    I actually like the look pretty well below the neck, even with the wrapping paper shirt. From the neck beard up though it’s some serious fug.

    • Annie E
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      I love this and I think he looks great from the neck down, but he would get bonus points for standing up straight.

  4. TonyG
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    That suit looks soooo cheap! It isn’t, I presume, but dude, you’ve made millions on this film series. For these publicity stints, dress like they paid you in more than tea and biscuits.

  5. Andrew S.
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    LOL, poor guy

    • ortenzia
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      hehe. seriously… on the flip, it’s almost become like he’s in a movie and he’s three scenes away from breaking up with the evil signficant other, getting a makeover and finding true love.

      • Andrew S.
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        I’d watch that movie, totes. we never get the makeover rom coms where the subjects are men.

        • ortenzia
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          so would i. if it were well-written and solidly adult-faire, it’d be a good career move for him….

        • Alix
          +1

          Actually…Hitch has a makeover plot. A sub-plot, but it’s still there! But yeah, we do need more. I would pay to watch RPattz shave and stand up straight and thus find true love.

      • laura
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        somebody please make this movie!

  6. DC
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    My brilliantly worded comment didn’t post. Am sad. Too despondent to retype. Pattinson is a glorified caveman. Goodbye.

  7. Molly
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    It’s like he got stuck in a 90′s fashion tornado.
    And I commiserate. If I’M this sick of Twifug without seeing it, I can only imagine how tired he is of it. Go hit the open bar, you deserve it.

  8. Mongerel
    +1

    Hirsute’s been my inclination,
    beard, and mustache too,
    I’ve never liked to shave my face
    since I was twenty-two.

    Call me vain, I love my visage,
    even though I’m turning grey,
    Hemingway had nothing on me,
    even though he paved the way

    to be a model for my kind,
    though l can’t be that kind of man,
    yet I’ll strive to look like him,
    and emulate him when I can.

    Adventurer, a big game hunter,
    activities I don’t embrace,
    the closest that I’ll get to Ernest
    is the hair upon my face!

    (“Hirsute” by Keith Bickerstaffe)

  9. Susan
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    He’ll always be Cedric Diggory. . .

  10. Sarah
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    I dunno, I kind of think he’s pulling it off. But I have an immense soft spot for RPatz, based on all of his ridiculous, hilarious interviews. And the fact that nobody seems to hate Twilight as much as he does.

    • Corriner
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      THIS!!! ^^^^

    • Popcouver
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      This exactly.

    • Miranda
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      YUP. How much he Bates Twilight is the thing that made him okay in my book. It’s hilarious some of the shit he’ll say.

      • Miranda
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        Sigh, autocorrect, should say “hates,” not “Bates.” (I just had to teach my kindle the word hate. Swearwords I understand, but hate? AMAZON YOU WILL NOT HURT MY FEELINGS IF YOUR DEVICE KNOWS THE WORD HATE.)

    • laura
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      that’s funny, the fact that he blatantly hates Twilight so much is the reason I don’t like him…can’t stand actors that bite the hands that feed them *Katherine Heigel* cough cough

      • Christin
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        I bet he signed up for this as a paycheck job and had no idea it was going to blow up the way it did. The fans weren’t really this crazy until after the movie was announced and cast. I feel like he hates the fandom more than the movie. Not that he has any love for it either, but if he didn’t have to do press constantly and be stalked by superfans it might be less obvious.

  11. pidget
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    I must be missing something – I utterly fail to grasp the alleged hot of this guy.

    Looks like his suit got shrunk in the wash, and he borrowed his girlfriend’s shirt. He should have a chat w/ Ryan Gosling.

    • Aria
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      Nope, you’re not missing anything. Others, such as I, also do not see the hotness — never have and he seems to be getting worse instead of better.

    • TonyG
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      Definitely hotless in my book too.

  12. Suzy
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    He looks like a homeless person who stumbled onto the red carpet lol

  13. Susan
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    Totally adorable.

  14. Lisa
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    Frankly, I don’t understand anyone who doesn’t get the hotness of this beautiful, living work of art so I guess we’re even. He is this generation’s “Mona Lisa” and when he is clean-shaven, there is no one more beautiful than he, man or woman.

    I think the ensemble works. Even if you think the shirt looks like wrapping paper, at least it’s a masculine pattern and what more could we hope for from a guy who relies on the Gucci suit rep to keep him red carpet-ready? I’ll adore you ’til the day I die, Hot Stuff!

    • paige
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      Well, beauty’s in the eye of the beholder, I guess. I vehemently disagree that he is this generation’s anything, other than a temporary teenage heartthrob like many others before him. The only thing I know for certain is that he couldn’t care less what my thoughts are of him, so there ya go.

      I like the suit, but I don’t see how the shirt is masculine, other than the dark colors. Plus, neck beard. It needs to go.

  15. Corriner
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    Those shoes!

    Oh god, those shoes.

  16. Corriner
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    His expression is all, “Yeah, even I know this isn’t good.”

  17. Vandalfan
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    From the neck up, he needs a little manscaping, but the rest seems fine to me; I think the trousers and jacket fit nicely. And it must be taste, because I can’t imagine anyone looking at him playing Ceddie Diggory and not being struck with his astonishing good looks.

    • Kristin
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      He certainly has an interesting face; sometimes he looks really beautiful, and sometimes just odd. Obviously he doesnt want to be just a pretty boy, so he goes scruffy. He’s certainly not the first (AHEM, Brad Pitt) to hide his light under a bushel of mangy facial hair.

  18. Rachael
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    The shoes make me wants to hack out my eyes with rusty scissors. Extreme? Maybe. But those shoes are awful. I have no strong feelings one way or the other about R. Patz’s level of hot. Hotness is subjective. He doesn’t light my fire, or gross me out.

    I found myself in the very strange position of defending him on Facebook the other day; someone actually made the bizarre claim that he isn’t yet a “man.” Presumably, the person who made this claim felt this way because there are more mature (read older) Hollywood stars that she is more attracted to. It was a ridiculous argument, a ridiculous stance, and . . . . it’s ridiculous that I’m still hung up on it. But he’s an adult, and male — there’s a man! (I’m hanging my head in shame.)

    • Rachael
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      On second glance, the shoes make me think of sketchers, which makes me hate them even more. Yuck.

  19. roser
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    OMG, I think he always looks dirty and bored and kind of, well, dumb.

  20. Suzie
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    I think he got some fashion advice from Top Gear’s James May. ;)

  21. deee
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    Love his suit but his grooming makes him look like his next move will be to write a manifesto and buy a hoodie and aviators.

  22. Rita
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    It looks to me like he’s one bad pair of sunglasses away from teaming up with Andy Samberg and Justin Timberlake in the followup vid to Dick in a Box and Motherlover…

  23. mary lou bethune
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    Robert- you think you are sick of the Twilight scene, imagine the public who has to see you look ungrateful, unattractive, and possibly secretly aware that you are not all that talented nor are your costars in that dreck. Just take the money, try to look pleasant for the shrieking tweens and then for heaven’s sake, go away.

  24. Lily1214
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    He looks nice but the hair . . . there’s hair everywhere!

  25. Sajorina
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    He looks exactly like my Venezuelan High School History Teacher… WTF?!

  26. Tamburlaine
    +1

    Have to say he looks better here than he has done in a while. I like the shirt a lot, though am unconvinced that it goes with the suit. And he needs to shave, or else grow a proper beard.

    BTW, his shoes look like Dr Martens boots, so good on him.

  27. tigerstripes
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    I look at this photo of RPatz and all I can think with my very dirty mind is that he’s dressing right.
    Yes, I am ashamed. So, so ashamed.

  28. Lesley
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    What the heck happened to that one, brief moment right after the KStew scandal when I thought he finally looked hot? Why, Robert? Why?

  29. Jo
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    His neck beard makes me think Abe Lincoln! Never seen the big deal personally. I’m more of a Ruffalo and Hamm woman- a Huffalo!

  30. esther
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    I find him ingenuously charming and funny. his scruffiness is all part of his appeal to me. i love a man who can pull off scruffy as well as sleekly groomed – see Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhall, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Joe Jonas, Simon Baker, Alex O’Loughlin etc