And the young actor handled some good-natured badgering about supermarket tabloid headlines with similar grace and more than a touch of self-mockery. “I wish I could give a more wide understanding of what it’s like, but I feel exactly the same,” he told Lauer.
Once they were safely ensconced in Studio 1A, Lauer played a game of true-or-false with the tabloid stories surrounding Pattinson in the past year. “I speak in an American accent when I’m talking to crowds, because it’s so separate to my actual life. I think that’s so I don’t go completely mad.” While the jury is still out on whether Pattinson is the next Tom Cruise or just a flash in the pan (his non-“Twilight” movie “How to Be” was called an “aimless indie dud” by Entertainment Weekly), he’s clearly reveling in being the Hollywood heartthrob of the moment.
“I always liked this book; I always thought it was the most complete book, especially for Edward’s character.
I like the idea of a guy who, the more in love with someone you fall, the more you lose control of the relationship and attack and destroy it.
They throw all those feathers from a pillow into the sky and you've got to go and collect all the feathers."A year later, Robert felt the pain of public scrutiny once again when his singer girlfriend was bombarded by racist comments online. I was like, 'Actually, to hide this provides the implication that I'm not down with it or I'm ashamed of it, so I had to alter how I approached being in public.
In July, Stewart confirmed she is dating visual-effects producer Alicia Cargile while Pattinson has moved on with fiancée FKA twigs. 21st Women's Fashion issue that her relationship with Robert taught her a lesson in the downsides of dating celebrities. "It's not that I want to hide who I am or hide anything I'm doing in my life.
"People wanted me and Rob to be together so badly that our relationship was made into a product. It's that I don't want to become a part of a story for entertainment value."Robert, 30, had a slightly less emotional response (yet nonetheless valid) reaction to his ill-fated relationship in a 2014 interview with If there's one thing these former lovebirds can agree on, it's the negative impact the serious relationship had on their individual privacy.
But Pattinson admits idolhood can be a heady experience, especially since he was about to chuck his acting career at the time he was just one of 3,000 young men to audition for the part of Edward in the first “Twilight” movie two years ago.
” He almost quit Indeed, the affable actor seems to take the fan hysteria, and the probing of his personal life, with more than a grain of salt.
In fact, his reduced role is a bonus, he told Lauer.