Source: The Deadbolt News
How "in shape" is Twilight Saga star Robert Pattinson? How many Nancy Drew or Hardy Boys novels have you read on top of The Twilight Saga? What type of Twilight news can be found in the supermarket? It doesn't really matter. But if you believe anonymous sources who spotted the New Moon star on the set of the Twilight sequel in Italy, one could say that Robert Pattinson doesn't hit the gym quite as often as some Twilight fans would like to believe.
After reports that New Moon actor Kellen Lutz revealed the in-shape abs of Robert Pattinson were indeed real, refuting an earlier claim of fake abs from a New Moon set photo, new alleged word comes down the Twilight pike from an anonymous source on the set of New Moon in Italy that contradicts the earlier abs statement by Lutz, indicating the rock hard abs of Robert Pattinson are fake. Lutz, who came to the defense of Robert Pattinson, revealed that the abs of Pattinson were a direct result of his training schedule with a beefed up Taylor Lautner
According to an anonymous source who told Star magazine, the six-pack seen on Robert Pattinson is allegedly a byproduct of a team of make up artists who worked with Pattinson, also stating that "Rob is definitely not that in shape. He hates the gym and will never really be a muscle man!" The unnamed Star source goes on to reveal the New Moon production artists used such cinematic trickery as "liquid body paint, shading, and airbrushing" to give Robert Pattinson an appealing tone while the New Moon lighting technicians helped in the Twilight process to enhance "shading and highlights" on the actor's body.
How will this impact the final Twilight result of the upcoming New Moon as a finished final cut? In two words, it won't.
What's our Twilight take on the mystery behind the Robert Pattinson ab related ridiculousness?
First, it's an "anonymous" and unnamed source, which doesn't carry any weight with us since anyone can say anything to anyone and anything can be printed or published online. End of story on that. Second, New Moon is a movie. If Robert Pattinson did need a quick but enhanced Twilight ab fix to get him into on-screen shape, that's what movies do. Third, you don't want to know...
What do you guys think?