Five Pounds Of CourageApril 7, 2011 - Author: admin - Comments are closed
Rob Pattinson recently spoke with Elle.com to promote his new film, Water For Elephants, which is set to be released on April 22.
In the article Rob talks about a variety of really random topics, which must have been a nice change from his usual questions.
On playing a ladies’ man instead of being celibate: “Completely. I thought it was funny as well—Twilight having quite a bit of a female audience—to play a guy who basically screws women out of money. I like the fact that you never hear of a movie where the bad guy stabs every single person in the back and then wins.”
On the most recent experience her had with the paps: “A bunch of paparazzi were following me, and I thought the best way to deal with it was to stop my car in the middle of the street and say, “I’m not leaving, and I’m not going to speak to you anymore.” They got all pissed off because they can’t just keep taking the same picture. We were in Venice by the boardwalk, and they kept trying to get all these drug dealers to come up to the car. I was just like, Oh my God, this is insane.”
On near-death experiences: “Yes, loads. I am the worst driver in the world. Every time I get in a car, I call up my parents and say goodbye.”
Overall, it was a good interview. The questions were really random and personally I was not a big fan of the writer of this article, but other than that I did enjoy some of Rob’s answers.
To read the rest of the article check out Elle.com!
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