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Wednesday, 24 November 2010

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News out of Hollywood this morning is that "Twilight's" Robert Pattinson will soon shave his head for a role in an upcoming Science Fiction movie.

"It's about the far future and there will be more than one film should the first one be successful and I believe it will be", Pattinson told reporters.

Still, shaving your famous locks?

"It will grow back. Barber says it's actually good for your hair. John here will answer your questions. I need to go. At least I won't have to worry about the oily head."

John Fleneer, an agent and spokesman for Pattinson stated that Pattinson "really thought this thing through before making this decision."

"After all, he's famous for his appearance now. But he thinks it is time for him to consider his future career and he loves this Sci-Fi movie."

Apparently Pattinson could have had his head looking bald through make-up but he turned that down.

"Actually the one person he talked it over with was Kristen Stewart and she told him it was OK with her", stated Fleneer. "She just reminded him that she may have to change appearances in a future movie and he would have to deal with it."

We still cannot discover the title of the Sci-Fi movie but will keep asking. Not 'Bald New World' we hope!

For the West Coast Post", this is Clarance Briant.

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