Hey Charlie, thanks a lot for taking a little time to talk to your brazilian fans and everything, we appreciate that you are being so sweet for doing this and that Foforks is actually the first brazilian website to have this chance. So we have some questions for you, here we go:
So first of all, you got to a certain point of recognition and fame really fast, and that’s not bad at all, but does this affect your motivation in any way? What I mean is, having Demetri as your breakout role motivates you to go further or makes you confortable knowing that you are in a pretty good place right now and can take it easy? What else motivates you besides fame?
Firstly – you Brazilians are insane. I mean, I am genuinely afraid for my clothes if I ever came down there.
It’s great to get an outside perspective on my progress so far. I understand the importance of a loyal, plentiful and understanding fanbase and, as such, I try to satiate that demand as much as possible. Not only that, but such is the nature of casting these days – an actor has a greater chance of success if he has a recognizable name and strong following.
Personally, I don’t see myself as famous – nothing has changed for me in my attitude towards my goals in life; my dreams haven’t shifted in spite of the craziness of the Brazilian fans… I mean the craziness of the last 9 months.
The one big difference I have noticed is that I am now free to explore every avenue of life, career and relationships that have ever struck a chord with me – and although fame and fortune are not my drivers, it is because of these bi-products of gaining this role that this has come about.
As great as Twilight is to be a part of, it is merely the first step on a long journey full of excitement and creation and wonderousness. Big Picture: My ultimate focus is there.
The brazilian fans really like you a lot (and I mean a lot!) and you’ve said that you’d like to como to Brazil in the future. So what do you know about our country that made you want to pay us a visit? Is there a chance of seeing you around here anytime soon?
I went to Brazil a while back on a rugby tour…. Iguazu falls was all we got to see, but I could sense the electric culture from across the awe-inspiring cascading waters…!!
I have heard so many stories of the passion Brazilians have. I have played futbol all my life and marveled at the audacious creativity of your players…
The Rio Carnival: I cannot wait to come; I may never leave. When I travel, I absorb myself in culture to the point of chameleon status and fall in love with the spirit of other worlds. Exploring: it remains my favourite thing to do.
I would relish the opportunity to come down and see you all. Make it happen… The Aussie chicks did :)