Robert Pattinson creates more havoc than Jennifer Aniston

The Robert Pattinson phenomenon just gets worse and worse. Radar is reporting that just the sight of Robert Pattinson walking into his hotel in New York City was enough to send “a gaggle of screaming, picture-snapping teen-aged girls” into some kind of a fit. Radar is also reporting that Pattz “spent plenty of down time during Monday’s production with his comely co-star, Emilie de Ravin” because apparently, Radar wants Emilie to be killed by a ravenous band of Twihards as well.

But the really interesting story comes from OK! Magazine. It seems that every crew member on the set of Remember Me is totally on edge with all of Pattz fans littered about. One unnamed crew member told OK that the attention Pattz is getting is “ridiculous” and added, “I worked on a film with Jennifer Aniston and it wasn’t nearly this bad… They’ve had to hire security, it’s actually the same company Aniston used.” Perhaps because Aniston isn’t as sparkly and brooding as our little Pattz? Or maybe the Twihards really are that crazy.

As shooting on Robert Pattinson’s upcoming film, Remember Me, heads into the final stretch, producers are doing everything they can to keep their megawatt star from being distracted and their set overrun by fans.

In the last week, R-Pattz name is no longer listed on the day’s call sheet, so that only a select, small group of people on-set know if Rob is involved in that day’s shooting.

The producers also recently held a meeting with the Remember Me crew where they were given explicit rules about how to deal with questions about Rob by either the media or the Twilight hunk’s fan. “They were told not to talk to the press at all,” one insider reveals. “And when they talk on their phones about the shoot, they need to make sure no one else is around. They’ve also started listing these rules on the top of call sheets.”

To ward off some overeager R-Pattz watchers, crewmembers often lie about what’s being shot, telling onlookers that it’s for a commercial or an episode of Law & Order.

“It’s ridiculous,” one crewmember tells OK!. “I worked on a film with Jennifer Aniston and it wasn’t nearly this bad. Older people don’t even know who he is. It’s all the teenagers that literally scream when they see him who make shooting impossible. They’ve had to hire security, it’s actually the same company Aniston used.”

[From OK! Magazine]

Last week it was reported that the Remember Me producers and crew had constructed a small cubicle-like thing for Pattz, because if he waited to film his scenes just like a regular actor, he would be attacked and swarmed. I called this cubicle thing a “veal pen” and wondered if producers are maybe a little sketched out about the added security costs of working with Pattz. There might come a point when producers are dissuaded from hiring Pattz just because of the craziness that follows him. Let’s hope Pattz isn’t there yet.

Robert Pattinson is shown on set with Emile de Ravin on 7/13/09. Credit: JDH/

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  1. Ashley says:


    I love it.

  2. Annicka says:

    I’m confused by the title of this article. It implies that people actually give a damn about Jennifer Aniston.

  3. Charity is Chic says:

    Annicka, you gave enough of a damn to take time out of your day to comment on Jennifer Aniston. LOL!!! And judging by the two $100 million hits Aniston has had in the last six months I would say there are quite a few people who give a damn. Apparently, even you because here you are, commenting on her. Again, LOL.

  4. javelin says:

    If the rabid fans buy tickets for his movies, I doubt it will hurt his career.

  5. abbizmal says:

    Word, Annicka. She is nowhere near the hot that he is. Yummy.

  6. Bodhi says:

    Ditto Annicka. Pattz is a zillion times more relevant than JA

  7. Hieronymus Grex says:

    More like Twi-tards, these fans are.

  8. Blumbles says:

    I don’t think this guy is 23, as reported. More like late 20s or even 30. Now even men are lying about their age.

  9. saintdevil says:

    I guess Aniston doesn’t have an awful lot of hysterical, hormone-driven teenage fans who want her to be their girlfriend?

  10. Ursula says:

    LOL, I am not a teen but I would scream just for the sheer hell of it. JA of course is more interesting that Pattz but Kaiser, why the catty header? As if it is something against JA.

  11. Hieronymus Grex says:

    You throw a big rock in a small pond and it makes big splash. Someone should write a six page article about that too.