Dr. Who star Matt Smith took home the award for Best Science Fiction Actor at the Scream Awards, and I was enough lucky to chat with him twice through out the night, on the red carpet and backstage after his win. How do I say this without sounding like a creepy, fangirl weirdo: HE IS THE NICEST MAN ALIVE. Seriously, he was goofy and sweet and genuinely humble and he did not laugh at my usage of the term Brit Pack. The guy is a gem. He’s also an incredibly talented actor who’s destined for big screen greatness. Mark my words.
Matt mentioned that he had been videotaping parts of the show to send to his girlfriend, model Daisy Lowe (awww), and we got on the topic of celebrity couples (he doesn’t think they are one) and the unwanted fame that goes along with being part of an A-List duo. He touched on the challenges Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart face and echoed their same sentiments about celebrity and fame (they’re just not that into it). Watch his comments above. Oh how we wish we could hook these guys up on a friend date. They could hide in a pub and chain smoke and drink Heinekens and swap tips on avoiding the paparazzi.
Imagine everywhere you go women fawn at your feet: in fact you spend most of your time batting them off in between managing your £32 million fortune. Now imagine that at Forbes magazine has named you one of the most powerful celebs in the world and Times magazine has you down as one of the 100 most influential men in the world - oh and you're still only 25. Welcome to Robert Pattinson's world.
His role as the sensitive vampire Edward Cullen in 2008’s Twilight catapulted Londoner Pattinson’s face into stardom and into the high school lockers of girls the world over. He's raised the bar on how women measure good looks, and has also become one of the biggest stars in Hollywood. Not that we hate him for it or anything you understand. The jammy git.
THREE HIGHLIGHTS OF ROBERT PATTINSON'S 2011
Rumoured to be wanted for Green Day's American Idiots movie.
Brought his relationship with Kristen Stewart out in the open.
Topped Glamour magazine's poll of the 50 sexiest men for the second consecutive year.
Article about the Top 49 survey (source)
A survey of over 7000 readers of website AskMen to find whose achievements, profile and status had the biggest impact on UK life over the last 12 months
Drew Lubega, UK Editor of AskMen.com, said: "This was the year that our readers believe Prince William finally came of age, making the royal family accessible and cool, in a way that the previous generation failed. He's a hard worker determined to use his global profile for good causes.
"Everyone who makes the Top 49 have experienced an incredible year - shaping the opinions and tastes of men across the UK. Making the list is an achievement, but against the toughest economic background for almost a century, it's incredibly telling that our Prime Minister wasn't considered more influential by young Brits."