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Brad Pitt Beats Out Robert Pattinson in the Hottest Hollywood Vampire Poll

July 10, 2010, 6:30 am GMT

The partner of Angelina Jolie turned out that he's the most popular Hollywood vampire among fans compared to the Edward Cullen of 'Twilight' saga.



Brad Pitt has shown his teeth and 'bitten' "Twilight" heartthrob Robert Pattinson in a poll to find the hottest Hollywood vampire. Pitt's Louis de Pointe du Lac from 1994's "Interview with the Vampire" has earned him the top spot in a new WENN monster list, putting him just ahead of Pattinson by a handful of votes.

Pitt scored 44 per cent of the 1,000-plus votes, just one per cent more than Pattinson, who plays Edward Cullen in the "Twilight" franchise. Kiefer Sutherland came in third for his role as a neck-biting teenage tearaway in "The Lost Boys", ahead of "Dracula" star Gary Oldman and "Blade" 's Wesley Snipes.

On another news, Brad Pitt along with his partner Angelina Jolie reportedly could appear at this year's Comic-Con in San Diego. According to L.A. Times, Pitt and Jolie's respective films "Megamind" and "Salt" are both scheduled for presentations on the opening day, July 22.

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