New Rob Pattinson Interview With San Francisco Chronicle Calls Breaking Dawn Strange & a Horror Movie


Sorry, ladies. In the daylight, Robert Pattinson's skin does not sparkle like diamonds. He's not even unusually pale. The closest he gets to his dreamy-vampire persona is when, during the course of conversation, he absently tousles his hair into something like his undead do. Perhaps the most surprising thing about Mr. Hunky Bloodsucker in person is how soft-spoken he is.


Why we care: The "Twilight" movies have been sort of popular (nearly $800 million in domestic box office, about $1.8 billion worldwide), making the 24-year-old the highest-paid British actor in 2010, according to Vanity Fair. That's the magazine, not the movie that dissed him in his screen almost-debut. The two-part sexy-vampire finale kicks off with "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn (Part One)" in November. Says Pattinson, "It's a horror movie. (laughs) Incredibly strange, it's a totally different genre. The first part of it is really a straight-up horror movie. The second one is more similar - well, there are a couple of weird bits in the second. The first one is like, 'Huh?' (laughs) It's really left the box behind. But it's fine - it's such a long shoot, there's no consistency to which movie we're shooting at any time. I just know there's no way to avoid the freakishness of the story. The key story points are the weirdest parts of the story. It might end up being a cult movie."


Quotable: Pattinson admits that fame has gotten into his head a little bit, but what he misses are normal things for a guy his age. "I wish I weren't so paranoid about things. I'm always certain that the main thing about young actors' careers now is being overexposed because people just seem to want to do it so much - [hard American accent] 'Just stick his face on this piece of crap' - I wish I could avoid that, get it out of my brain. But when you're working you can't do anything anyway; I go straight to bed. I wish I could go to the cinema more often. As soon as people know you're in the cinema, there's this horrible energy - no one's concentrating on the movie. That's the biggest downside. And not being able to be incredibly drunk in public."


Read more of Rob's interview here


via Twilight Poison

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Comment by Claudia Cullen-Pattinson on April 16, 2011 at 6:55am
i love him,there's just no other explanation for it,hahahaha.
Comment by jw1990 on April 16, 2011 at 7:59am
lmfao wish people could leave other people alone
Comment by Samantha Cullen on April 16, 2011 at 8:56am
i love that he calls it a horror movie! :)
Comment by Twilighter76 on April 16, 2011 at 10:07am
Cult movie ? I like horror but not that. I don't care what it is just as long as it's cool and heartfelt ! I like that it's different because are tired of the first three lol.. The haters.
Comment by irum pattinson cullen on April 16, 2011 at 11:09am
I LOVE HIM!!!!!!! :D
Comment by irum pattinson cullen on April 16, 2011 at 11:12am
And that picture of him is killing me!!!!!!!!!! SOOOOOOOOOOOOO HAAAWWWWTTTTTTT
Comment by Gloria Evans on April 16, 2011 at 11:34am
Luv him so much. He is right though, Breaking Dawn is SM most hated book. The baby thing and the imprinting thing still give people fits. Nov 18 still too far away.
Comment by JoS on April 16, 2011 at 12:18pm

love him !!!

he's so funny

Comment by Robertfanxxxx on April 17, 2011 at 6:00am

I love him and i cant wait for Breaking Dawn its my favorite book. I wish Robert a long, healthy and happy life and sucessful career. Love you Robert Pattinson forvever and always!! xxxxxxx

Comment by Robertfanxxxx on April 17, 2011 at 6:00am


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