He said he craves the cinematic understatement that blockbusters don't always provide.
"I remember when I was in the first `Twilight' movie, I really wanted to not have Edward touch Bella, apart from when he saves her life and when they kiss the first time," said Pattinson, lightly rumpled but friendly and poised after a long day of press interviews. "I was thinking of the (Ang Lee) movie `Lust, Caution,' and thinking there should be this tension there the whole time – just standing near someone there's electricity.
"But sometimes it just makes things too hard. You kind of forget that most people want to go to the cinema just to watch a movie rather than watch something really weird."
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