June 12, 2009

New Robert Pattinson Interview

Metro has a new RPattz interview up! Here is an excerpt:
How is the filming going?

It’s great. To be honest, I am surprised at how relaxed it is. I was really nervous before we started because there’s so much expectation now. But with this team, everything seems to work really well. Everyone knows each other. It’s one of the most relaxed jobs I’ve ever worked on. It’s really strange. It’s going really well so far.

Last time we spoke, you told me that you still walked in the street without anyone recognizing you. I’m assuming that’s changed now.

I don’t walk in the street anymore, and when I do, I’m in disguise. (laughs) It’s actually a relief being back at work.

Are there differences in your preparation to play Edward?

I feel very familiar with the character. I’m a ghost, a figment of Bella’s imagination. I’m not really playing Edward. I’m playing a kind of disrupted memory, which is really strange. I’m trying to play him as if Edward’s constantly thinking that things are going to fall apart. It’s this idyllic relationship on the top. I’m very, very close to the surface. He’s so insecure about everything.
Read the rest at Metro.


  1. That's one of the most boring interviews I've ever read with Rob.

  2. Not boring at all. It's just very typical for this young man who is an excellent actor. He is addicted to is "acting".
    This is his job and he is taking it very seriously.

    I have just bought the DVD "The haunted airman" and the book "The Haunting of Toby Jugg" by Dennis Wheatley and I am trying to find out more about the actor and this brilliant personality "Robert Pattinson", who keeps me up again and again searching for the reason why I am so addicted. He is so fascinating - being a humorous and quite normal boy who changes completely when the melodramatic pose is demanded of him...

    I'm afraid New Moon will not have the tension that was there in Twilight. The New Moon Teaser is just ridiculous. OMG - it is much too smooth too clean, too perfect - but I hope I am wrong and the film will be good.



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