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EXCERPTS FROM GQ'S APRIL 2009 INTERVIEW WITH ROBERT PATTINSON
HE'S HOT. HE'S SEXY. HE’S UNDEAD BY ALEX PAPPADEMAS
ROBERT PATTINSON ON LANDING THE PART OF EDWARD THE VAMPIRE IN TWILIGHT:
"I took half a Valium and then went into this thing - and all this stuff happened."
"It was the first time I've ever taken Valium," he says after a second, perhaps realizing how this sounds. "A quarter. A quarter of a Valium. I tried to do it for another audition, and it just completely backfired-I was passing out."
ON THE EDWARD CHARACTER FROM THE BOOKS:
"If you met a guy like that in real life," Pattinson says, "you'd think he was kind of dorky."
He thought that at the end of the movie, when Edward and Bella slow-dance to Iron & Wine on prom night, they shouldn't kiss. "I thought that would be interesting," he says, "for a teen thing."
ON READING THE GOSSIP BLOGS:
...he reads about himself on the Internet. According to the Internet, there is another Robert Pattinson out there, living a very different life. A creature of the night, eager to sink his fangs into anything with boobs and a pulse. All b*******, Pattinson says, but he reads the stories anyway, out of a kind of masochistic narcissism.
And he admits to reading it, which is the really weird part. He reads the gossip blogs and the Twilight fan fiction ("It's surprisingly hard-core. And very well written"). He knows what the fake Robert Pattinson said on the fake Robert Pattinson Facebook page. (The fake Robert Pattinson claimed to have nailed Kristen Stewart.)
ON HIS SUPPOSED GIRLFRIEND:
"There's literally not a single [true] story that could be written about me," he says. "I never do anything."
"There's this thing about my supposed girlfriend," he says. "There's this one girl who's consistently mentioned. It's like, "He's dating this Brazilian model."
"What's her name - Annelyse. I've never met her."
ON PROPOSING TO KRISTEN STEWART:
"I said that in some interview, as a joke -'Oh, I proposed to her multiple times.' And then it gets printed: 'On the set, he proposed multiple times.' "
(Later we ask Stewart about this: "He probably proposes to several girls a day," she says, bone-drily. "It's sort of his thing. He thinks it's cute.")
ON HIS RUMORED LOVE TRIANGLE WITH CAMILLA BELLE AND JOE JONAS OF THE JONAS BROTHERS:
"That's the funniest one," Pattinson says. "No. I mean, yeah, yeah, I'm friends with -Camilla."
He starts to explain how Belle, best known for playing a cavegirl in 10,000 BC, dated, or is supposed to have once dated - we have trouble following the thread - his friend, an actor named Tom Sturridge. So you're supposed to have stolen her from your best friend, we ask, before you stole her from the other dude?
"From the Jonas brother, yeah," Pattinson says. "I'm completely out of control. It's funny, though, because I met her at her place the other day, and there's a security gate, and even the security woman - I guess she knows that Camilla lives there, and she was like, 'Oooh!' "
So you're picking her up at her apartment?
"Like, once," he says. "But it's like - they always say 'A source said,' and I don't know a single person that could be a source."
But we've seen pictures. You guys were walking in Venice Beach, after lunch.
"That's the extent of it," Pattinson says. "I mean, Camilla's the nicest - she's a saint. And it's funny that she's being portrayed as this home wrecker. She's literally the most unlikely person to be a home wrecker. It's just ridiculous."
So it's a friendship, we ask him, that's been misinterpreted?
"I mean - yeah," he says. "I don't see people. I don't even have people's phone numbers. I almost don't want to have a girlfriend, in this environment."
ON ONE OF HIS EX-GIRLFRIENDS:
"I remember when I was a teenager thinking my girlfriend was cheating on me, and going around riling myself up. Pretending to cry. It was totally illegitimate - I actually didn't feel anything. I went to some pub and then went crying all the way home. And I got into my dog's bed. I was crying and holding on to the dog. I woke up in the morning, and the dog was looking at me like, 'You're a fake.' "
Was she actually cheating on you?
"No," Pattinson says, laughing. "I thought I'd seen her with another guy, but she wasn't even there. I spent three days apologizing to the dog."
ON HIS NEW PERIOD FILM LITTLE ASHES, IN WHICH HE PLAYS A YOUNG SALVADOR DALI:
"I thought I'd never get another acting job again," Pattinson says. "So I was like, 'Yeah - why not try to do something weird?' There's all these gay sex scenes. And y'know, I haven't even done a sex scene with a girl, in my whole career."
"And here I am, with Javier [Beltran], who plays Lorca, doing an extremely hard-core sex scene, where I have a nervous breakdown afterward. And because we're both straight, what we were doing seemed kind of ridiculous."
"Trying to do it doggie-style. Trying to have a nervous breakdown while doing it doggie-style. And it wasn't even a closed set. There were all these Spanish electricians giggling to themselves."
"In a lot of ways," Pattinson says, "I was kind of crossing lines of what I thought I was comfortable doing. I had to do all this naked stuff."
"I wanted to have a vacation in Spain," he says. "But it became just - really, really hard. I'd never done a job that was so hard."
"It's nothing," he says. "It would never have been released. I mean, that's a terrible thing to say, but this was a movie where we didn't even have stand-ins! We were scrambling, the entire time. We didn't even have trailers."
ON WATCHING HIMSELF ON FILM:
[Pattinson] says he hasn't seen any movie he's been in since the Potter movies - not even Twilight. He took his mom to the American Twilight premiere, squirmed through the first ten minutes, then bolted. "I went out and sat in the car," he says, "having a full-blown panic attack." Ten minutes in, he looked up and realized someone was videotaping him.
He doesn't want to watch himself on film because he's worried he'll look like a fraud. Even before he started acting, he says, "I was constantly thinking that I was faking my emotions. I was constantly attacking myself: You're a fake, you're a fraud."
ON FUTURE ACTING JOBS:
"I'm not massively concerned about doing lots of acting jobs," he says. "If it all just went, right now, I'd be like, 'All right. I don't really care.' That's probably a stupid thing to say. But I don't, really. I think it'd be much worse to do a load of stuff that's really bad. Because then you can't go into another career. If you've made an idiot out of yourself, you're never going to be taken seriously, as a lawyer or something, if you're, like, a joke actor. The only thing I want from anything is to not be embarrassed."
...ON ANY LAST COMMENTS:
"Okay," [Pattinson] says. Deep breath. "I f***** Joe Jonas."
"I love him."
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