Robert Pattinson once bought his own shoes back off a thief
The 'Lighthouse' actor is obsessed with the Palace Skateboards x Adidas Originals collection and has his team constantly scour eBay and Depop to bag new pairs of the sold-out sneakers - and even paid out for an old pair of his own
28 February 2020
He said: "A fresh pair of them only comes up every eight months or so.
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"I had a pair of them stolen off me once, but I saw them on eBay and I know I bought them back off the thief. I have alerts on when they're being sold; I'll soon own every pair in existence."
The 33-year-old actor is taking more care of his skin now he's getting older.
He said: "As I am getting older I'm definitely noticing things. I used to not do anything at all, up until a few years ago, and I can definitely see the difference [in my face now], especially if I am travelling a lot.
"It's very 'American Psycho', but those sheet masks make a massive difference. I'm fully committed and I even put an eye mask on over the top too. Try it!
And when he's not working, Robert really values taking some time off, no matter how brief.
He added to Britain's GQ magazine: "Self-care is important. I really appreciate coming home even though it's only for a few days, just to give my skin and body a rest."
The former 'Harry Potter' actor wishes he was as stylish as A$AP Rocky.
He said: "I wish I could dress like A$AP Rocky, he just has serious style.
"We have been to quite a few different fittings together and I will see the craziest thing and really want to wear it, but look like a total moron. Then we will go to the show and I will see Rocky in it and be like, 'Jesus Christ, you can literally wear anything!' "
Ana de Armas prefers to be single.
The 'No Time to Die' actress - who previously dated Hollywood agent Kevin Huvane - suggested she had been in relationships with the "wrong" people in the past so would rather be alone.
She said: "I've had company here, but it's been the wrong company so I prefer to be alone."
The Cuban actress is grateful to her family for teaching her "about men and boundaries and how to speak out" before she embarked on her Hollywood career and blasted people who question her rise to success.
She told America's Vanity Fair magazine: "For anyone who ever questions or how did I get to do this or that, f**k them. They will not get to spend their New Year's with me. They are not the people whose opinion I should care about. They are not the people I share my happiness with.
"I've never had an agenda. All I want to do is work. All I want to do is get something challenging and prove to myself that I can do it."
When she returns home to Cuba, the 31-year-old star takes very few of her own belongings but instead fills her suitcases with things people need.
She explained: "I came straight from Havana, so I've been wearing my plane clothes. My suitcases go full of clothing or medicine or supplies--whatever people need--and come back empty. My stylist gave me this Saint Laurent suit so I'd look cool. I don't wear this in real life."
And Ana insisted Hollywood isn't her "reality".
She said: "I have great friends, and incredible things have happened for me here, but the lifestyle and the exposure and the constant business situations are not for me. I like talking about life and art and babies and pets. Acting is what I love to do, but I can't talk about it, not all the time."