SAN DIEGO IS PLOTZING OVER ARRIVAL OF ROB PATTINSON

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Photo Credit: Pacific Coast News

How adorable is Rob Pattinson, looking down and out, in this photo from the last days of shooting on the set of “Remember Me?” He’s not really suffering, he’s just ACTING, but don’t you just want to take him home? Meanwhile, San Diego is bracing itself for Rob’s visit to Comic-Con on Thursday, July 23, where he’s promoting “New Moon.” The convention sold out as SOON as he confirmed his appearance. Last year he promoted “Twilight” and the girls were just starting to discover him. Click here to see his participation last year.

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Posted by Janet on July 19, 2009

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  1. By Jasper's Goat
    On July 19, 2009 at

    His profile is super flat and he doesn’t look like anything special. How did this happen?

  2. By Reta
    On July 19, 2009 at

    I think he has a freakishly odd shaped head, and NO, I DON’T want to take hime home or anywhere else, I find him exceptionally overexposed and overrated. B-O-R-I-N-G!!!!

  3. By captain america
    On July 19, 2009 at

    there were never more SUICIDE-ATTEMPTS recorded in the area.
    ………..COINCIDENCE, folks?

  4. By URJRKS
    On July 20, 2009 at

    Why don’t you haters get a life! Rob has a great one! GOROB!

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