Robert Pattinson Reveals How He Dealt with His ‘Twilight’ Fame at a Young Age

The Lighthouse co-stars Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe speak exclusively to Esquire UK for the November – December 2019 issue.

Here’s what they had to share with the mag…

Robert, on dealing with his Twilight fame at a young age: “For a long time you’re very self-conscious in the street. You’re hiding a lot, so [on set] you have an excuse to be wild. It’s like being an adrenaline junkie. And also, when you don’t know how to do something, why not just run headfirst into a wall? See what happens. I haven’t got any other ideas.”

Robert, on playing the next Batman: “It’s kind of insane. I was so far away from ever thinking it was a realistic prospect. I literally do not understand how I’ve got it, at all.”

Willem, on working with Robert: “We both were working hard, in really tough conditions. It’s not like we hung out in between takes, joking with each other. It was demanding enough, and the weather was sh*tty enough that you did your thing, and then you went home. I’m not complaining. It was fun. But when you go home after 12 hours and you’re soaking wet and you’re cold all day, last thing I wanna do after being with those guys all day was to hang out with them and have some drinks.”

The November – December issue of Esquire UK is on sale from October 3rd.

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