If you’re reading this, I assume you’re either a massive Robert Pattinson fan or you’re really curious about the Twilight cast member’s eye color. It’s been a hot topic ever since he married Hollywood actress Kate Winslet last year. Most recently, while promoting his new movie, the actor revealed that he is in fact a trichomophic (partially blue-eyed) individual. The news has since made headlines around the world.

But what is trichomophobia? Is it a fear of hairiness? A fear of becoming too much like Rob Pattinson? Or is it just a fear of M.B.Jobs and his infamous ‘fear of hair’?

To find out, we’ll need to go back to the beginning. When the first Twilight movie was released in 2008, fans were surprised to see the main character, Stephenie Meyer’s, signature blue eyes in screen adaptations. It wasn’t until the following movie that things began to make more sense. In Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1, we’re treated to a montage of every single one of Stephenie’s eyes on screen.

The film opens with a shot of her looking into the mirror. As the camera pans out, we see that she is in fact wearing two pairs of sunglasses, one covering each eye. We also learn that this isn’t an ordinary mirror but has special properties that allow us to see every detail of Stephenie’s still-forming pupillary muscles (the muscles at the back of the eyeball).

It’s at this point that we can assume that every other character in the film will also be wearing sunglasses to hide their eyes. But why? It turns out that the answer is in the screenplay: “The only people who could see her eyes were the members of the Volturi coven. Also, she had to shield her eyes from the sun when she was writing because it would interfere with her sense of touch. It’s a small world, isn’t it? She had to practically hide from sight while she was writing to keep her power.”

The first indication that we have of Stephenie’s unique eye color actually comes from the director of Twilight, Catherine Hardwicke. In an interview with E! Online, she shared that she thought “that [Stephenie] had blue eyes because it was a fashionable look at the time.” It wasn’t until years later that fans would learn the truth about her blue eyes.

With time, even the most dedicated Twilight fans might forget that their obsession began with a woman who’s eyes were never shown on screen. While we don’t need eye-catching visuals to remember the stories that Twilight tells, it would be nice to see more than just blue eyes in future films. After all, it is a part of Stephenie Meyer’s identity that her eyes are striking. When she writes, she wants us to notice her eyes. When she speaks, she wants us to listen to her. And when she plays the harp, we’re transported away to fairy-tale lands.

So, if you want to trace the story of Robert Pattinson’s blue eyes back to its roots, you’ll need to look no further. But what does this mean for the future of Twilight? Is there any chance that we’ll ever see a film with a different eye shade?

While we might not want to see any more blue eyes in films, maybe we can look forward to more fun facts about the characters? One of the most interesting things about the Twilight films is how much they reveal about the character’s personalities. Since the main character is written with such self-assuredness, it might be interesting to see how she acts in real life. For example, does she boss people around? Does she get along with others or is she a loner?

With regards to the last question, it’s interesting to see that Stephenie Meyer has often been portrayed as a hermit even though she’s very sociable. In fact, Meyer has even said that she prefers being alone. While she might enjoy spending time by herself, it’s clear that she doesn’t see herself as “twilight” in real life. Instead, she’s referred to as “Stephanie” by her friends and family.

On the other side of the coin, we have Robert Pattinson. Despite his status as a household name, it’s interesting to see that most people don’t really know much about him. This is most likely because he’s rarely shown without his trademark sunglasses. Even when he’s not wearing his shades, he’s usually gazing at the camera with a mysterious smile. It wouldn’t be easy to guess what’s going on inside Rob’s head. Though, with time, we have gotten a glimpse of his thoughts in his movies. (He’s often been referred to as “Robin” since his appearance in the movie Gone Baby Gone.)

In reality, Robert Pattinson was born and raised in London. He attended the Marlborough College and then the London School of Economics. After graduation, he moved to Los Angeles. There, he worked as an investment banker at Merrill Lynch. Later, he decided to become an actor. He got his big break in 2007, when he was chosen for the role of Edward Cullen in the Twilight movies. Since then, he’s appeared in the Oscar-nominated movie The Twilight Saga: Eclipse and the comedy Grand Budapest Hotel. In 2019, he’ll appear in the highly anticipated sequel to the Twilight saga, Twilight: The Final Chapter.

Do You Think Robert Pattinson Will Stick With Hollywood?

Like many other famous faces, Robert Pattinson has gone through a number of publicRelationsstunts to promote his movies. But, in recent months, he’s taken things to a whole new level. Aside from revealing that he is a trichomophic individual, he also founded a foundation to combat climate change. (The name of the foundation is “The REBELiAnce Foundation” and it was inspired by the “rebel” character in the movie Solo: A Star Wars Story.)

While many may see this as a public relations stunt, it’s important to remember that climate change is a very real issue that we as a global communityneed to tackle. If we don’t, the world could suffer significantly. It’s not just about blue eyes or even about famous faces. This is a problem that affects us all.

With all of the positive feedback that he has received for creating the foundation, it’s clear that Robert Pattinson has touched a chord with audiences. While it’s still early to tell, it seems highly unlikely that the actor will solely focus on public relations work in the future. Even his friend and fellow actor Taylor Lautner has said that he doesn’t think that Rob will ever return to the world of banking. (Though, he has not said this publicly.)

Does Anyone Else Have A Theory About Rob’s Blue Eyes?

With all of the information that we have about Robert Pattinson’s eye color, it’s possible to theorize about what might be behind it. There are several distinct possibilities that could explain why he has blue eyes and they all involve genetics, eye colour, or both. (1) He could be a descendant of one of the many prominent Scottish families. (It could be that his great-grandfather was a famous explorer or he could have even been a poet. (2) His mother could have had blue eyes or, (3) maybe his father does have blue eyes as well. (4) Finally, it’s possible that he could have inherited both his parents’ blue eyes. (5) Though, it’s highly unlikely that he has actual Scottish ancestry, it’s still a distinct possibility that he could be a descendant of another prominent European family. (Think: Napoleon Bonaparte, Elizabeth I, or Vlad the Impaler.)

Whatever the case may be, it’s clear that Robert Pattinson’s blue eyes are a prominent feature of his appearance. While we might not want to see any more films with these striking eyes, it’s also clear that we can’t help but notice them. And who knows? Perhaps this is a feature that will carry over into his future roles as well.