Robert Pattinson

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Robert Pattinson was looking handsome as ever tonight in Los Angeles.

The Brit actor was on hand for the premiere of his new drama, The Rover, at the Regency Bruin Theatre.

Pattinson was last to arrive on the carpet, but instantly lit up the event with his hunkiness. He was dressed in an indigo blue Alexander McQueen suit, with a white shirt and a skinny navy blue tie. His famous hair was a little tousled in the front, and R.Pattz also sported some scruff.

As soon as he got to the premiere, the celeb went across the street to sign autographs and take pictures with fans, even taking some fans' cameras so they could take best possible selfies! After walking the carpet and talking to press, Pattinson went back across the street to meet more of his (screaming!) admirers.

Guy Pearce, Robert Pattinson, Rover


In the film, a deadly ex-soldier (Guy Pearce) is one of the few survivors in a post-Apocalyptic world. While looking for his stolen car, he enlists the help of an injured young man (Pattinson) who knows where the vehicle is. Director David Michôd shot the movie over seven weeks in the scorching heat of the South Australian desert.

Pattinson actually had to audition for the role.

"I've learned not to dismiss actors based on preconceptions, and he was a classic example, " Michôd told The Los Angeles Times shortly before movie's premiere at the Cannes Film Festival.

"I understand how young actors can paint themselves into luxurious corners, and I knew if I could get the movie made and Robert played that character, the world would see a skill set he has that I don't think he's previously ever demonstrated."

After the screening, Pattinson changed into his signature casual look (complete with an IFFY NY hoodie) for the Loft & Bear-hosted after party at the W Hotel. Joining him were Katy Perry, Zac Efron, Michelle Rodriguez and Hannah Simone.

The Rover will open in limited release tomorrow in New York and Los Angeles and nationwide on Friday, June 20.

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