No Video Left Behind: Robert Pattinson talks to ATV in Berlin during Breaking Dawn Part 2 promo

No Video Left Behind: Robert Pattinson talks to ATV in Berlin during Breaking Dawn Part 2 promo

Robert Pattinson. Dubbed. Bah humbug. I don't understand German so I'm removing all of my interpretation to avoid confusing people further...every woman for themselves!


If you can provide a translation for the above interview, please email us or leave it in the comments. I'll update the post in the morning. :)

UPDATE: From our readers in the comments, GreenismyfavColor & Icasun
  • Since no private questions are allowed he was asked what he thinks of Kristens sexy outfits on the premieres in LA and London and he answered, it's impossible for a woman to be too sexy and at last what he thinks of Kristens outfit today in Berlin, he answered it's great and beautiful.
  • Rob was talking about Kristens gown in Berlin. First he was asked what outfit he is going to wear to top Kristens glamores robe on the red carpet in Berlin- he is going to wear anything :-) Ok this one was funny but they didn´t deserved it. The whole thing was all about K/R and their breakup or not blablaba not worth to translate. The to sexy thing was made to a question about the red carpet appearances of Kristen in LA and London, his answer: a woman could never be to sexy.

21 comments:

Gozde said...

It was very sad to see them waving for the last time from the balcony,that's it now,done and dusted.

Gozde said...

Since no private questions are allowed he was asked what he thinks of Kristens sexy outfits on the premieres in LA and London and he answered, it's impossible for a woman to be too sexy and at last what he thinks of Kristens outfit today in Berlin, he answered it's great and beautiful.

Gozde said...

Sorry that I have to break it to you...Rob was talking about Kristens gown in Berlin. First he was asked what outfit he is going to wear to top Kristens glamores robe on the red carpet in Berlin- he is going to wear anything :-) Ok this one was funny but they didn´t deserved it. The whole thing was all about K/R and their breakup or not blablaba not worth to translate. The to sexy thing was made to a question about the red carpet appearances of Kristen in LA and London, his answer: a woman could never be to sexy.

Gozde said...

LOL, what do we do every morning first? Yes, we go to robsessed....

Gozde said...

They still keep asking privatish questions even if they are not allowed to ask private ones. Sigh

Gozde said...

Rob was asked what he thought of Kristen's dress in Berlin. He said that was great & beautiful. ;)

Gozde said...

thank you :)

Gozde said...

thanks :)

Gozde said...

Yep. After a view fanfic chaps...Need the fix for a long hard day :-)

Gozde said...

Aaahhh coome ooon, I would ban these people from making interviews with him. The are so shallow, he's there to promote his project, leave the fuck him alone with Kristen Stewart. I'm fed up with this shit. He's an individual grown up man, an actor. Why do these people always have to ask the same questions about his maybe non-existent relationship. If he want to talk about it, he will. Why don't you ask what he thinks about Taylor's outfit, then? Maybe his answer would have been entertaining... I don't know what did they expect. "Oh yesss she's so sexy that I'll make sweet love with her right after the premiere." Duh.

Gozde said...

thanks lcasun

Gozde said...

thanks May Green..x

Gozde said...

I would like to say it is because they are brainless, or because they haven't learned the craft of interview, or perhaps because there is no longer a craft of interview or even integrity of journalism, but I think that would then ignore the fact that their questions are reflecting a certain 'culture'-- the culture of feeling the right to everyone's personal life, certainly a culture of owning people and seeing them as a commodity, not as human beings. If they did not see interest in questions sent in, in websites, etc., about personal lives, about who is kissing or shagging whom; if they didn't see that people coo and fawn or hiss and argue about people being together; if they didn't see that websites that deal with it get hits and that tabloids and rags make money with headlines about the private lives, perhaps they would not ask in the first place---nor send out their flying monkeys to papp them every step of their lives.

Gozde said...

It's only the end of one chapter in their lives Kiri ...I'm looking forward to the rest.

Gozde said...

me too;-)

Gozde said...

I know, it's bittersweet isn't it?

Gozde said...

This is all so true and depressing. I get so skeeved out by paparazzi
photos and videos but we appear to be have the minority view about this
and I truly cannot for the life of me understand why. I have only begun
commenting very recently as you always want to establish the lay of the
land before contributing. This blog attracts a very diverse readership
and the community is united in its appreciation of Robert Pattinson's
work. This is an exemplary blog but for one thing, for me at least, and
that is it's continued use of papped photos and videos. I don't
understand how a blog set up in his honour can reconcile it's use of
such material when Rob has stated in no uncertain terms how much he
hates the paparazzi? The two most recent examples being on promo tour
for Cosmopolis being visibly agitated when saying - and I paraphrase -
'if a bunch of guys followed you around you'd have them arrested'. His
remark was greeted by whistles and cheers. He's also said he'd like them
castrated even.

In the UK, we have had a public inquiry ordered by our Prime Minister to look into the newspaper practices and press regulation. The inquiry has taken over a year and has taken statements from over 400 witnesses. Among them have been falsely accused individuals who have 'trial by the tabloids' for crimes they did not commit, the family of a murdered schoolgirl whose mobile phone had been hacked the voicemail messages interfered with to the extent that the
family thought their daughter was still alive and also people who are in
the public eye through their choice of profession. Among the 'celebrities' interviewed were Hugh Grant, JK Rowling, Steve Coogan, Charlotte Church, Sienna Miller and Jude Law. In Sienna Miller's case, she recounted how as a young girl out in the evening socialising, she would find herself being pursued down dark streets by a pack of grown men with cameras. If it were you or I, like Robert Pattinson says, you'd call the police and have them arrested. Lord Leveson will be reporting on Thursday this week. There is a great deal of resistance to press regulation within the government. It remains to be seen if despite all the appalling testimonies that were heard in the past year and all the
subsequent out of court settlements made by the press to injured parties
whether anything will be done.

We can all play a part in minimising the effect of paparazzi activity by not engaging with it, re-distributing it or purchasing any material that uses it. If we do, we are in collusion with a practise that violates another person's right
to a private life. So choose.

Gozde said...

Well said! That's what i have always thought about the Colosseum thing you mentioned, but a more modernized version, 'a la Hunger Games.

Gozde said...

yep.

Gozde said...

I feel so relieved to read your articulate comment on this. I am waiting to see if UK will conclude in a way that protects people. No matter how many explanations or rationalizations, I cannot fathom how supposedly democratic countries with supposed justice systems can allow the stretch of freedom of the press to trump rights of individuals, just because of their wealth or line of work. I do hope but am not counting on the UK to make limitations or utterly disallow this intrusion and danger to people's lives. I recently read that a judge in California shot down the anti-paparazzi laws that Arnold Shvartznegger had set into place, declaring that legislation unconstitutional. I think there is a bias against wealthy people, at least a jealousy of people in entertainment, that makes them considered 'fair game.' It;s a sick extension of the Robin HOod syndrome, but rather than stealing money they steal their private lives, their sanity.
No matter the excuses I read, I absolutely do not accept that it is acceptable, nor part of the territory, nor that Rob or anyone else is actually OK with, this hunting down, intrusion, this trampling of rights, this utter disregard of an individual's right to unaccosted private life.

Gozde said...

Indeed. I just feel so terrible for them to have to be confronted with such reprehensible behaviour. It's compounded by the fact that the base motive is financial profit by their pursuers. What a crazy world this is.

 
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