Christopher Mintz-Plasse Thinks Edward Cullen Would Definitely Beat 'Fright Night's' Evil Ed In A Fight — Do You Agree?

Fri, August 12, 2011 11:30am EDT by 1 Comment
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This vampire doesn’t think he could beat ‘Twilight’s ultimate vamp because he’s in ‘better shape’ — who would you put your money on?

Is Robert Pattinson really Hollywood’s reigning vampire? Popsugar spoke with Fright Night star Christopher Mintz-Plasse who plays “Evil” Ed Thompson in the 2011 remake and he reveals he has no intention of battling Twilight‘s Robert Pattinson any time soon.

“I’m going to have to say Edward Cullen,” Christopher responds when asked who’d win in a fight. “Because I’ve met Pattinson in real life and he’s in much better shape than I am, he’ll take me down in both ways.”

Rob definitely has killer abs and of course his luscious locks could win any battle. But do you think Christopher is selling himself short?

— Chloe Melas

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Makenziy McClure

Posted at 10:00 AM on January 6, 2014  

Dude no way Evil Ed is totes awesome and Rpatz is frickin lame as balls

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