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Roberts Pattinson has revealed that he is just not comfortable with ‘eternal love’ notion and thinks it is ‘boring’. The ‘Twilight’ star, who confirmed he is dating his co-star from the vampire film franchise Kristen Stewart earlier this year, says it’s boring to be with one person for the rest of your life. There had […] Continue reading Robert Pattinson thinks eternal love is boring

New rumours have been recently spread by tabloids that though it would sound batty it is though possible that Robert Pattinson may have vampire blood running through his veins. According to genealogists who made their conclusion this week, the 24-year-old star is likely to be a relative of Vlad IV Tzepesch, the notorious for his […] Continue reading Robert Pattinson is Distant Relative of Dracula

Twilight star Robert Pattinson has revealed that the third movie in the Twilight series is ”more grown-up” than the first two films. “I guess in terms of the violence and stuff, I guess that makes it a little bit more grown-up,” the Mirror quoted Pattinson, who reprises the role of vampire Edward in Eclipse, as […] Continue reading Eclipse is more grown-up, says Robert Pattinson

Take a bite out of Robert Pattison family tree and you’ll like find a blood-curling connection to the biggest vamp of the them. The Twilight actor is reportedly related to Vlad-the Impaler, the 15th century Transylvanian leader who inspired the main character in Bram Stoker’s Dracula, according to genealogists.Geneology experts at Ancestry.com found that Pattinson […] Continue reading Robert Pattinson Dracula Genetically-Linked

Twilight actor Robert Pattinson is related to Vlad-the Impaler, the Transylvanian leader who served as the inspiration for the main character in Bram Stoker”s Dracula, according to genealogists. Experts at Ancestry.com found that Pattinson and Vlad III Dracula are connected through their relationship to the British royal family. While Prince William and Prince Harry are […] Continue reading Robert Pattinson related to Dracula, say genealogists