While most of us were sleeping, the paparazzi were out catching some z’s, and not just any z’s but animal z’s.
Yes, the singer and actor was spotted out prowling with a dog on a lead, and even though we’re not sure of the breed, we’re pretty sure it’s a cross between a husky and a Saint Bernard. (Okay, and maybe a Rottweiler or a German Shepherd.)
What’s more, he was carrying a stick with a snake wrapped around it. We’re guessing that’s a boa constrictor, which is totally reasonable, as most likely it is a constrictor species and not a poisonous one. Still, there’s no telling what kind of snake it is and if it’s indeed a constrictor.
While we’re not sure what kind of snake it is, we’re certain it’s very, very large. And very, very cool. But then again, most snakes are cool. Just remember: if you come across a constrictor in your backyard, it’s probably not poisonous, so you don’t have to be afraid.
The King Of Versatility
This year has been quite an excellent year for Robert Pattinson. Not only did he release his debut solo album, ‘X’, but in August he also premiered his stage play, ‘Rocket'[Title]: The King Of Versatility at the Young Vic in London. A versatile actor and musician, he is definitely someone to keep an eye on.
The play is about a teenage girl named Bella, who is in love with her classmate, Carlos. One day, he invites her to go for a motorcycle ride with him. Little does she know that he had other plans for her that night – to commit a crime with his friends, Lou and Marco.
Bella reluctantly agrees to go for a drive with them. The plan is to rob a train. However, things go horribly wrong. This is a story of crime and retribution, which unfolds in a series of loosely connected vignettes that showcase the versatile actor’s versatility.
In the play, Robert Pattinson is excellent. He embodies all the characters well and makes them all shine. It’s easy to see why ‘Rocket’ has already been hailed as one of the best British plays of the year. With its combination of crime, action, and comedy, it’s an entertaining night out.
The Next David Attenborough
The fact that Robert Pattinson is an excellent actor and musician should surprise no one. However, what may surprise some is that he has also become a successful wildlife photographer. In fact, in 2008 he founded a company, Wild Studio, which only uses natural light and don’t employ any assistants.
What’s more is that he has also authored several books on animal behavior. In September, his first collection of nature photographs, ‘Vanishing Act’, was released. What’s more, his photographs have been exhibited worldwide, including in the United States. With a background in both the arts and science, it’s clear that Robert Pattinson is destined for great things.
The British actor and wildlife photographer has been seen in many of this year’s blockbusters, from ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ to ‘The Age of Ultron’ and ‘The Man From U.N.C.L.E.’. He has also lent his talents to various documentaries, such as ‘Attenborough: A Life in the Wild’.
It would be remiss of us not to mention that in 2015, Robert Pattinson played one of the most memorable characters in film history: David Banner, the raging hulk who becomes the Incredible Hulk after being exposed to gamma radiation.
How many more can he fit in?
With so much going on in Robert Pattinson’s career, it can be difficult to keep track of all his endeavors. Not only does he possess an incredible level of versatility, but apparently he is also extremely driven and hard-working. It would be easy to be distracted by all this activity and forget about the animal kingdom, but let’s not do that. Let’s keep our eyes open for these talented creatures, as they surely deserve our admiration and respect.