Robert Pattinson hints at role in Twilight spin-off

Oct 23, 2012

Tabloid tales: Pattinson in another Twilight film, 'sex burglars' caught, Prince Harry reads Pippa's book to army pals

ROBERT PATTINSON has hinted that he will one day reprise his role as vampire Edward Cullen in a spin-off of the Twilight movie franchise. The Metro reports that while in Sydney to promote what was supposed to be the final film, Breaking Dawn - part 2, Pattinson commented on rumours that there will be more Twilight films, saying: "I keep hearing things – from the studio as well." In what will be music to the ears of the millions of Twilight fans across the globe, Pattinson implied he was interested in taking up the vampire part again, saying: "I don't say 'definitely not' to anything, just in case. Who knows?"

Two 'sex burglars' sneaked into a stranger's flat to get it on, but were caught by the surprised residents. The frisky couple, who had been at a nearby party, got in because one of the flatmates left the front door unlocked. Chris Sawyer, who lives in the flat, was alerted to the uninvited guests because the pair were "making a racket" in the bedroom of a housemate who was away at the time, the Sun reports. Sawyer filmed the embarrassed sex burglars leaving – to a round of applause – and posted the video online. Sean Thorne said, "I've got his red trousers as he took mine by mistake," and admitted he had thrown away his bedsheets. The "mortified" girl later sent friends to the flat to collect belongings she had left - including a pair of hotpants.

Beyonce and Jay-Z have lost a battle to trademark their daughter's name, Blue Ivy. According to the Daily Mail, soon after her birth at the beginning of this year the couple filed an application with the US Patent and Trademark Office to protect her name because they hoped to launch a range of baby products and clothes called Blue Ivy. But the famous couple lost out because a small wedding planner based in Boston has a company called Blue Ivy - started in 2009. Veronica Alexandra, the owner of the business, said she had no hard feelings for Beyonce because "of course Blue Ivy is a lovely name".

Prince Harry has been reading out excerpts from Pippa Middleton's new book, Celebrate: a year of British festivities, to his regiment in Afghanistan to "raise morale" and give "some much-needed cheer" to his fellow troops. Pippa sent Harry a preview copy of the book, about fun party activities such as craft projects and sack races, because they have become firm friends since their siblings' marriage. According to the Sun, Harry and Kate Middleton's sister have become so close that his army friends "take the mickey out of their friendship by calling her his 'wifey in the making'."

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