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Translation (Thanks to Laura RPWW)
He has become one of the most bankable actor of his generation by winning the heart of a million fans mad about the vampires saga ‘Twilight’. Far away from the Hollywood Blockbusters, Robert Pattinson is nowadays inventing himself a destiny no one could have predicted: Dior Homme Perfume muse & Dior Homme apparel muse is blossoming in demanding acting performances, sometimes radicals. Exclusive interview.
When Robert Pattinson appeared to the world’s eyes, ten years ago, it was as an agitated Poudlard student in ‘Harry Potter and the Goblet of fire’. The ‘Twilight’ saga then sacred him, in only five movies, as a star with a stupefying success. Face grimed white, he played a vampire, charming bad boy never forced, turning teenage girls’ head around. Behind the fiction for emotive girls, a kind of elegance already showed up. The one we find back in the boy who will celebrate his thirtieth birthday in Spring, asking himself thousand of questions. How to find yourself credible? What to do when everything happened so soon? He could have capitalised on the dollars he fully gathered and he could have accepted more roles to always win more – which were propositioned to him again and again – or else, in a well known manner as well, he could have exploded in the famous world and drowned into it, offering to the gossip fans one more sad Hollywood story based on drugs and despair. Nevertheless, Pattinson stayed focused on what no one, except himself, could have seen coming: the blossom of an artist. Even behind these formatted blockbusters, hearts can beat.
The turning point began in 2012. The last ‘Twilight’ episode year, Robert Pattinson stepped on the Cannes red carpet, next to the most respected film maker of the last thirty years, David Cronenberg. Shooting down the ultra-liberal billionnaires’ customs, ‘Cosmopolis’ (from a novel by Don DeLillo) opened this eyes of some people in the audience and shows the actor’s explorations. He went back to his forgotten teenage movies’ loves who rented Godard and Bunuel’s DVDs from his local video club in London’s suburbs. The indie movie come back as a boomerang in Robert Pattinson’s life and it is everything but hazard. Even if he, more than anyone, can take any risks (the projects create themselves financially thanks to his name), this kind of attitude makes him mostly intriguing.
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