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Robert Pattinson Standing In The Kitchen Memes Makes Great Material

Robert Pattinson, the Twilight heartthrob from back in the day, has recently found his way back into the spotlight for two main reasons. The first is his upcoming performance as the new Batman, which people have pretty mixed feelings over. The second is the resurfacing of a picture of Pattinson on Instagram from 2017 (which he has since deleted). The photo shows him standing in a kitchen during the shooting of Good Time, in which he plays Connie, a petty thief. Connie doesn't exactly have the dashing looks you're used to seeing Pattinson sport in Twilight, and of course, the internet immediately took advantage of how creepy he looked. The memes are savage, but also hilarious. Check out some of the funniest ones below.

Funny memes of Robert Pattinson standing in kitchen | text - spooky blm donny @_donnydrama we kicked this dude out of the party 6 times and somehow he keeps getting back in literally no one knows who he is
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A lot of people were upset about Kristen Stewart's alleged cheating on Robert Pattinson. Many of them were crazy people.

This devoted fan, if the username "KristenPattinson513" suggests any allegiance, has upped the game to full conspiracy theory-levels not seen since A Beautiful Mind.

Not Safe For Work for some near-nudity.

[thanks, kiley!]

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When overemotional YouTuber nuttymadam3575 learned today that Kristen Stewart did in fact cheat on sort-of boyfriend Robert Pattinson with the older, married-with-children director Rupert Sanders, the Twilight fan turned to the Internet to berate the actress for her publicist-engineered heartfelt apology.

You won't believe it till you see it.

(Not Safe For Work -- KStew-directed expletives.)

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The full trailer for David Cronenberg's Cosmopolis is now online, complete with shirtless Robert Pattinson, a dumbfounded Jay Baruchel, and lots of cool gadgets and a dystopian culture. Like most of Cronenberg's films, it'll probably fare well critically, though the casting of Pattinson could mean that people will actually watch this in theaters before it has a second wind as a sought-after Criterion DVD.

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