Robert Pattinson has quite a few things going on this year, but as for what's beyond it, he's not so sure.
His David Cronenberg film Cosmopolis will debut at Cannes Film Festival in May, followed by the June 8th theatrical debut of Bel Ami, and then, of course, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 will premiere in November.
According to a new interview with the Coventry Telegraph, Pattinson's currently weighing his future film options, and he's got three scripts in hand that he's considering.
"Nobody's going 'Get me Pattinson,'" he explained in the interview. "I always find the best scripts have been written with people in mind but I don't know who I am yet in terms of cinema and I haven't done enough work to have an audience perceive something . . . It's still 'Oh, there's the Twilight guy trying to do something else.' I'm very conscious of what I think people would believe me as, which drives my management crazy . . . I've turned down playing a marine, because I don't want marines to go 'This is a disgrace.'"