Robert Pattison’s Big Gay Sex Scene

in-life-robert1So, Twilight‘s “abstinence is like being in love with a sexy vampire” meme may have been too much for star Robert Pattison, who’s playing Salvador Dali in the upcoming Little Ashes. In the film, Dali, that is, vampire boy Pattison, has a hardcore “doggie-style” gay sex scene with co-star Javier Beltran. May this be a lesson to you: If your vampire boyfriend won’t bite you, now you know why.

The Straits Times (yes, our first publication pun) reports:

” The 22-year-old will be seen in an explicit gay sex scene with his co-star, Javier Beltran who plays Lorca.

However the young heartthrob said in a report on website www.ninemsn.com that doing the gay sex scene gave him a case of stage fright.

“Here I am, with Javier, who plays Lorca, doing an extremely hard-core sex scene, where I have a nervous breakdown afterward,” he told GQ magazine said reports on Tuesday.

“And because we’re both straight, what we were doing seemed kind of ridiculous.

“Trying to do it doggie-style. Trying to have a nervous breakdown while doing it doggie-style.

‘And it wasn’t even a closed set. There were all these Spanish electricians giggling to themselves.’”

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21 Comments

  • DM

    They were giggling because they couldn’t believe you were a top.

  • Jeff

    @DM

    I laughed so hard that I got a headache and started coughing!

  • rogue dandelion

    Whatever position he want to be is fine with me!

  • Tallskin

    Actually the film looks like it might be fun.

    Lorca, as you all probably don’t know, was a very talented gay poet who was murdered by the fascists in the early days of the Spanish civil war.

    Dali, whom I hope you all have heard of, was an equally talented painter of surreal topics, who survived to a ripe old age.

    Dali and Lorca were lovers just before the fascists started the civil war.

    So, it is a gay film. And because it’s Spanish it probably will be!

    http://littleashesmovie.blogspot.com/2008/07/little-ashes-picture-in-evening.html

  • osocubano

    And because it’s a Luis Buñuel film, it probably will be wonderful.

  • Regent

    Well I’m just glad to see Regent doing something artful and interesting instead of the crap they put on hear!. I want them to thrive so they keep Out & Advocate afloat.

  • Pragmatist

    Are we misusing the term “hardcore” here? Because, to me, that says Shortbus (not Queer as Folk)… and it makes things a lot more interesting, obviously.

  • Hint

    I’ve seen the film and this so called “doggy style” scene is nowhere in there.

  • Captain Freedom

    Salvador Dali is amazing. I’ve been to Barcelona and seen his work. It is truly one of the most beautiful cities in the world and he deserves tremendous credit. Plus its gay central, especially if you have been to Sitges.

  • Charles J. Mueller

    @Captain Freedom:

    I will second that. Barcelona is intense.

  • afrolito

    This guy is such a nothing on screen. I get the facination with him from the tween/pre-pubescent set, but what does a grown ass gay man see in this thin lipped fucker? The guy who makes my protein shakes at the gym is so much hotter.

    He also sucks as an actor, and I have no doubt this film will blow chunks.

  • alan brickman

    Can’t wait to see this….

  • assumed.identity

    @osocubano: Uh, Luis Bunuel died in 1983…

  • Adam Rocks

    @DM: That is HILLARIOUS!!!

  • buttmunch

    this is not a gay movie…they had sex two times but dali found it painful, and then he was living with gala for his rest of his life but they didn t have sex cause dali was all grossed out of the vadge…

  • lr

    i’m not really getting the connection that’s being implied between dali and barcelona. He didn’t have that much of a connection to that city in particular.

    Barcelona does have some amazing Antonio Gaudi architecture though.

  • krobert2

    Having done an original theater piece based loosely off of the works of both Dali, Lorca & Bunuel, I remember there being a female involved and her having quite the role in both men’s lives – the cause of jealousy, the desired muse, the heroine with no concerns other than her own prerogatives. At least that’s how I remember her being portrayed…. anyone remember her name?!

  • D.tastic

    I think it’s spelled “Pattinson”. Whatev.

  • cath

    I just want to go drinking with Rob. I think he would be so much fun.

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