Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Robert Pattinson on his 'Fame' with Twilight

The suddenness of Twilight fame is a notorious beast of burden upon the cast - particularly those who are endlessly tailed within inches by both fans and paparazzi. For The Twilight Saga: New Moon, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, and Remember Me star Robert Pattinson, it seems, his perception of the whole ordeal has shifted.

In a new interview with, Pattinson talked about his sudden popularity and how he has come to accept his situation.
"I guess you try and stay Zen about it. You have to just learn to accept it."

"I guess the whole thing is, you don’t want to wake up one day and realise you’ve turned into someone who you weren’t before and it wasn’t your choice."

Pattinson also talked about the longevity of his involvement with the Twilight films and made an interesting reference to the "fourth" Twilight film.
"I’ll have done three of the four by October of this year, then I’ll only have one more to do."

As you are no doubt fully aware, the talk of the Twilight fan town has been about the possibility of a fifth film - a partition of Breaking Dawn into two. So, Pattinson's words - in this respect - only further the confusion.

Pattinson also talked about his "musician" friends (that'd be, in all likelihood, Sam Bradley, Marcus Foster, and Bobby Long), working with Kristen Stewart again, Edward Cullen's New Moon story arc, and Chris Weitz. You can read the full interview here.

Meanwhile, you can vote for Pattinson in the BBC Switch Live Awards where he is nominated for "Switch Prom King," apparently. You can find out more about that here. You can also check out a few interesting mentions of Pattinson here and here.
Thanks to Amanda at the Examiner for the Article!

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