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Robert Pattinson, Weirdo of Auteur Cinema, Gets Romantic Again



Robert Pattinson: I like the idea of getting in the bath, and then, as soon as I get in, there’s something incredibly claustrophobic [about it]. It’s weird. I could never really understand how girls could just stay in the bath for hours and hours and hours. I always feel like I’m always on the cusp of a panic attack! I got a very nice bath when I was redecorating my house, and I don’t think I’ve been in it one time.

You grew a mustache for this movie. What reactions did you get with it, and was it difficult to settle into?

The two times I’ve done a movie where I have had quite significant facial hair—I do not understand men who choose to do this to themselves. The idea of having a mustache as your go-to look for your whole life [means] you’ve got to be out of your mind. It’s like having a stone in your shoe every day. You’re constantly sneezing, constantly covered in food. When we were in Nova Scotia, having a mustache definitely [helped you] fit in a little bit more with fishermen; I think you’d get more abuse if you didn’t have one. It definitely does encourage you to have a whole bunch of different facial expressions. I think I was just constantly trying to keep my hairs out of my nostrils.

How do you describe the feelings that this fragrance evokes?

I don’t really wear fragrance that often. When I got sent this one, I was on vacation in Ibiza, and it was really quiet. I’m always going to associate the scent with the sun going down, having a beautiful meal on the beach. Putting a fragrance on, it does make you feel more relaxed. Rather than just rushing out the door, it’s almost like you’re hyping yourself up to have a good time. Hyping yourself up to be relaxed.

There’s a great sense of physicality with you—both in The Lighthouse, where you go from slow-dancing to sparring, and in the campaign, with shadow-boxing and dance moves that read like private exorcisms. Were those improvisations or choreography?

It was just improvising. I’m absolutely terrified of dancing. The Blaze, who did the commercial—their music videos always have really amazing dance sequences. But I found out, when I started doing [the campaign], that everyone in their videos is either a professional boxer or a professional dancer. That’s why they’re really good! I’ve wanted to do something about dance for a really long time because I’m just so scared of dancing; I wanted to force myself into it. I feel so naked dancing. There’s a part of me that so desperately wants to be a really good dancer that I can’t quite bear to be a bad dancer. But I’m not entirely sure that I have good dancer in me. The scene in the commercial, it really is an exorcism. The sweat that’s on me at the end is not so much the sweat of exertion, it’s the sweat of terror.

What’s your usual mode of working out?

I think I have a similar thing to most people where I’ll dread working out, and then as soon as I’ve worked out for a week, I’m like, “Amazing! I feel so much better. I love working out!” Then I’ll stop and completely forget that I really liked it, and have to go through the exact same cycle again—avoiding it at all costs. But in general, just before a job, it’s almost always a question of leaning down really quickly. So I’ll wait till the last possible minute, and then do extreme lean-down in two weeks. I’m doing Batman next year, and really it’s such a physical part that, more than anything, I’m afraid of getting injured, so I kind of need to be consistent with the working out. I have a trainer, who I really love, in London. If someone’s not watching over you, it’s so easy to work out in a really undisciplined way. I’ve given myself crazy tennis elbow just from being idiotic when you’re trying to lift too-heavy weights. I think simple stuff works the best. If you’re in hotel rooms all the time, planking is such an incredible thing to do. It’s really meditative as well. You don’t have to think about. It’s difficult to do it wrong, and the results are pretty incredible.

You’ve joked that the return to the spotlight has the perk of free stuff. What in the beauty realm might be a delight to receive?

Sheet masks—the fancier, the better. I used to be a little bit embarrassed about wearing them, and now I’m just full-on committed. That’s one of the best things about working with Dior: They can just send me as many as I want! As soon as I get on a plane, I just shove that thing on, and put an eye mask over the top. People really don’t talk to you as well. You look very American Psycho.


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Yeasayer Suing Kendrick Lamar and the Weeknd Over Black Panther Song



Yeasayer have sued Kendrick Lamar and the Weeknd over the Black Panther soundtrack single “Pray For Me,” TMZ reports and documents viewed by Pitchfork confirm. The band claims in the lawsuit that “Pray For Me” infringes on their All Hour Cymbals song “Sunrise.”

The band claims that “Pray For Me” features a “distinctive choral performance” from “Sunrise”—“male voices singing in their highest registers, with animated, pulsing vibrato.” Yeasayer are seeking profits from “Pray For Me” and damages. Find the full lawsuit below. Pitchfork has reached out to representatives for Kendrick, the Weeknd, and Yeasayer.

Yeasayer broke up at the end of 2019.


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Vanessa Bryant Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Company In Kobe & Gigi’s Helicopter Crash



#Roommates, Vanessa Bryant is officially taking legal action due to the tragic helicopter crash that claimed the lives of her husband Kobe Bryant and her 13-year-old daughter, Gianna Bryant. Vanessa has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the company that owned the helicopter, as well as the pilot who flew that day.

According to TMZ, Vanessa Bryant is not letting the heartbreaking deaths of her husband and daughter go with consequence, as it’s been reported that she has just filed a wrongful death lawsuit. Vanessa has just sued Island Express, the company that owned the helicopter that crashed and ultimately killed Kobe Bryant and Gigi Bryant along with seven other passengers.

The lawsuit claims that the helicopter should never have been placed in the path of danger it was in prior to the fateful accident on January 26th. Additionally, the lawsuit further alleges that Island Express was only allowed to fly under visual flight rules, however the conditions on the day of the crash were not conducive for such flying. As you’ll recall from previous reports, the fog was extremely low that day and the pilot was in blinding conditions.

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#VanessaBryant has just sued the company that owned the helicopter that crashed, killing Kobe, Gigi. The suit claims the aircraft should never have been placed in the peril it was in before the accident, according to @tmz_tv. ______________ The lawsuit further alleges Island Express was only allowed to fly under visual flight rules, and the conditions the day of the deadly crash were not conducive for such flying.  As previously reported, the fog was extremely low and the pilot was in blinding conditions before the mishap. _______________ In Vanessa’s lawsuit it also states that the pilot was going 180 miles per hour in the heavy fog in a steep decline. Additionally it claims the pilot failed to properly monitor and assess the weather prior to takeoff, failed to obtain proper weather data prior to the flight, failed to abort the flight when he knew of the cloudy condition, failed to maintain control of the helicopter and failed to avoid “natural obstacles” in the flight path. _________________ The amount of damages Vanessa is seeking is not revealed, but she is seeking punitive damages that could total millions.

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As for the pilot, Ara George Zobayan, the lawsuit targets him also, pointing out that he was going180 miles per hour in the heavy fog in a steep decline mere moments before crashing the helicopter in Calabasas, California. The lawsuit also claims that Zobayan didn’t properly monitor and assess the weather prior to takeoff, failed to obtain proper weather data prior to the flight, failed to abort the flight when he knew of the cloudy condition, failed to maintain control of the helicopter and failed to avoid “natural obstacles” in the flight path. Zobayan’s 2015 violation for visual flight rule minimums for flying into airspace with reduced visibility, was also brought up in the lawsuit.

Island Express was further named in the lawsuit due to engaging in unnecessary and needlessly risky means of transportation under the circumstances. Vanessa is asking for damages for “pre-impact” terror — damages for the emotional trauma Kobe and Gigi suffered as the pilot struggled to get out of the clouds before the crash.

The lawsuit also seeks further damages for loss of love, affection, care, society, service, comfort, support, right to support, companionship, solace or moral support and expectations of future support and counseling—and also compensation for loss of financial support and for burial and funeral expenses.

As of right now, the amount of damages has not been made public, but given that Vanessa is asking for punitive damages, the lawsuit could easily total millions.


Roommates, what are your thoughts on this?


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The Moment Pete Davidson Knew His Ariana Grande Engagement Was ‘Over’



Big di…alogue energy!

Pete Davidson is known for his crass and cheeky jokes on Saturday Night Live but, in real life, he isn’t playing around when it comes to his love life and wanting to become a dad within the next “five years.”

The 26-year-old comedian sat down with Charlamagne Tha God, where he candidly discussed his many romances with celebrities like Ariana Grande, Kate Beckinsale, Margaret Qualley and Kaia Gerber.

Of course, it’s safe to say Davidson’s most famous relationship was with the Thank U, Next songstress. To everyone’s surprise, the two got engaged back in June 2018 when the SNL star was still up-and-coming.

However, after four whirlwind months, the pair called it quits.

For the comedian, he felt things were “over” after Grande’s ex-boyfriend Mac Miller passed away in September 2018 due to an accidental overdose.

“I think I said, like, ‘I’ll be here until you don’t want me to be here,'” Davidson said about being there for Ariana, as she mourned the rapper. “I pretty much knew it was over around after that. That was really horrible and I can’t imagine what that s–t is like. That s–t is just terrible.”


“All I do know is that she really loved the s–t out of him and she wasn’t putting on a show or anything,” he continued. “That was f–ked up and prayers to his family and all of his friends, still.”

Davidson explained that while he and Ariana broke things off a while back, he still wants to be “cool” with her and everyone he dates.

And despite the fact that he makes jokes out of his past relationships, including the one he had with the 26-year-old pop star, he said some topics are “off-limits.”

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“I think genuinely being hurtful is off-limits or anything like being s–tty or anything,” the comedian expressed. “I wanna be cool with everybody but, you know, stand-up’s part of my life. That was a highly publicized thing. I feel like [Ariana] got her fair run and her fair stab at it, and like I said, I don’t have social media and I don’t have an outlet really to express my feelings so stand-up’s just how I do it.”

He added, “[Ariana]’s the queen of shade… I hope people feel the same way about my jokes.”

Pete Davidson, Kaia Gerber, Miami


Aside from dating one of the biggest pop stars ever, Pete has also been linked to some of Hollywood’s greatest, including Kate Beckinsale and Margaret Qualley.

He was most recently tied to 18-year-old supermodel Kaia Gerber, but the two decided to go their separate ways earlier this year, so he could focus on his mental health.

If anything, the 26-year-old star made it clear that he’s staying single for a while.

“What can I say? I love love, but I’m pretty done with that,” he told Charlamagne. “I’m going to try and stay away from that. It’s just a lot…”

“I think you grow a lot as a person. I’ve learned a lot from the awesome chicks that I’ve been with, and they’re all cool,” he continued. “So I think you just grow, you become a better version of yourself, because you learn a little something from everybody.”

Even though he doesn’t have a leading lady by his side, Pete revealed that he hopes to become a dad in the near future. Well, five years to be exact.

“Anyone can have my child…,” he said. “I got to be in love and stuff, but I’m at the point where I’m like maybe I should adopt or something. Me and my mom… I think everybody’s afraid of the Davidson seed.”

To get an even closer look into the SNL star’s life, you can watch the full interview, here!


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