32-year-old ‘Twilight’ actor ROBERT PATTINSON covers Interview Magazine’s Fall 2018 issue and the actor has a lot to share!
Pattinson says that he does not feel like a professional/real actor, saying: “With every single movie I’ve done, I’ve felt a compulsive need to tell the director on the first day that I have no idea what I’m doing. And I think in a larger corporate structure, people just don’t take that well. I don’t think I’m ever going to get to a point where I feel like, ‘Oh, I’m a professional actor with a set of tools ready, and I’ll be able to tell the story using whatever colors you need.’ I mean, I’ll literally do a movie specifically because I think I can’t do it. You just hope you don’t drown. And then when you don’t drown, you hopefully figure out how to swim.”
Pattison also talks about the audience that goes to his movies, saying: “When I’m making a movie, I don’t think about who’ll watch it at all. I mean, I do want to help get people to the movie. That’s really the only time I think about it. There’s a part of me that likes the art of marketing. I feel like a lot of actors don’t even want to think about the commercial prospects of a movie.” For more of Rob’s interview with INTERVIEW magazine click here and let us know: DID YOU STILL THINK INTERVIEW MAGAZINE WAS STILL AROUND? WHAT DO YOU THINK OF ROB’S STATEMENTS?