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Rob Pattinson Sizzles at Twilight’s Tokyo Premiere
March 1, 2009, 7:57 am
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Twilight stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart sparkled at the film’s Japanese premiere Feb. 27 at Tokyo’s Ebisu Garden Place.

Screaming fans swarmed the event, where Rob, 22, was joined by Kristen, 18, and Taylor Lautner, 17 (who plays Jacob Black). Hundreds of fans waited for hours in the snow and sleet to catch a glimpse of the young stars.

Pattinson, who arrived in Tokyo on Feb. 24, graciously signed autographs and posed for pictures with fans. On Feb. 22, he was in Los Angeles, presenting at the 2009 Academy Awards.

After wrapping up Twilight’s Tokyo press junket, Rob reportedly relaxed by doing karaoke at a local bar with Australian actor Hugh Jackman. Hugh, 40, had hosted the 2009 Oscars and was in Japan to promote his new film, Australia, along with co-star Nicole Kidman.

Pattinson, Stewart and Taylor will soon jet to Vancouver, where they will begin filming New Moon, the sequel to Twilight. In between shooting, Rob will take some time out to promote his indie flick, Little Ashes, which hits theaters in May.

After New Moon wraps, Pattinson will start shooting its sequel, Eclipse, and has hinted that Breaking Dawn (the fourth and last installment of the Twilight book series) will soon be in the works. All the pre- and post-production work on the Twi franchise (in addition to the actual shooting) should keep Rob busy until at least 2010. “I’m gonna be Twilighted out by the end of the year,” he says.

Rob, who skyrocketed to international superstardom thanks to Twi’s incredible success, acknowledges how lucky he is. “I think I am [lucky],” he says.

Rob recounts: “I remember when I was younger I used to write in my diary: I want my luck to be spread out. Never give me anything too lucky all at once. I’ll take a little luck now and then, but spread it out over 70 years.

“Now that all of this is happening, I’m sure the rest of my life will be ruined,” he laughs. Given Rob’s talent and likeability, we’re sure he’ll be lucky for a long time to come. New Moon hits theaters in November 2009, while Eclipse rolls out in June 2010.

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