LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 14: (UK TABLOID NEWSPAPERS OUT) Robert Pattinson accepts an award via video message at BBC Radio 1's Teen Awards 2010 held at Hammersmith Apollo, on November 14, 2010 in London, England.
He also won the best actor award!Congrats Rob
The Awards will air live on BBC 3 this Wednesday at 7pm
Is it wrong to admit you want to see Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 even more than you wanted to read the final adventure? Not here it isn't.
Being confirmed contrarians, we asked lovers of J.K. Rowling's text to give us instances where the Potter movies are actually better than the books. And, probably against their better judgment, they did!
5. Robert Pattinson! On the page, Cedric Diggory is the big man on the Hogwarts campus. In 2005's Goblet of Fire, he's R.Pattz! OMG!!!
OK, to be honest, Pattinson wasn't yet worthy of breathless abbreviations when the film came out. To be more honest, none of our Potter experts cited Pattinson (which doesn't mean he's not worthy; it just means we're in the tank for him).
And to be even more honest, not one of our Potter experts—not one—preferred the movies to the books. Said Anelli: "The thing about it is, your imagination is always better."
SMA '09, '03: JOHNNY
Good looks may have jump-started the careers of both two-time SMA Johnny Depp and Robert Pattinson. But the 24-year-old Twilight heartthrob is wisely following in the Oscar-nominated actor's footsteps, balancing box-office success with quirkier movies, like the period drama Bel Ami. "He's so super organized and in charge of his career," Bel Ami's Christina Ricci said of her British costar.