Across the world currently, it has been difficult to manage everything due to the Coronavirus pandemic. As it is literally impossible to manage a photoshoot during the lockdown, Robert Pattinson turns photographer for himself. In pictures shared on social media, the Batman actor turns cover star for a magazine photoshoot and tries his hand at clicking pictures of himself. Pattinson’s isolation dispatch for the magazine cover is all things cute and messy. The actor’s pictures ‘from home’ can is all set to win hearts.
Taking to Twitter, GQ magazine shared a cover picture of their June/ July issue. The magazine cover features Robert Pattinson looking all cute but messy. Sharing the picture, the magazine tweeted, “Presenting GQ’s June/July cover star: Robert Pattinson. See all the self-portraits by Robert Pattinson.” As Robert sends out his Isolation dispatch, the actor manages to charm with his calm face. In the magazine cover picture, Robert is spotted holding the camera, letting fans know how he managed to self-shoot during the isolation.
In other pictures from Robert Pattinson’s isolation dispatch, the actor looks classy and dapper. With some serious face pictures and some with a smiling face, Robert’s self-portraits are an absolute winner. Through the photoshoot, the TENET actor shows off his creative side and it’s definitely creativity in the times of quarantine.
Meanwhile, as Robert Pattinson strikes some cool boy poses for his magazine photoshoot, without any doubts, the pictures are refreshing and the actor leaves you wanting to love yourself even more amidst the lockdown. Work-wise, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Warner Bros postponed the release of Robert Pattinson’s film Batman to 2021. Also Read: Coronavirus Outbreak: Warner Bros Postpones Release Date Of Robert Pattinson Starrer The Batman, The Sopranos Prequel Pushed To 2021
Image source: Instagram/ @robertpattinsonofficial
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