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Showing posts with label Twilight. Show all posts

VIDEO: Robert Pattinson surprises fans via Skype for Twilight 10th anniversary panel at New York Comic Con

VIDEO: Robert Pattinson surprises fans via Skype for Twilight 10th anniversary panel at New York Comic Con

This was adorable. Even when we can't understand him, he can charm the socks right off of you.

Click HERE if you want to see the whole panel. Rob's part comes in at the 45 min mark.

VIDEO: Robert Pattinson wow'd by the upcoming Twilight anniversary

VIDEO: Robert Pattinson wow'd by the upcoming Twilight anniversary


NEW PIC: Robert Pattinson talks to NYT about his career turning point, a German director in his sights and more!

NEW PIC: Robert Pattinson talks to NYT about his career turning point, a German director in his sights and more!

Another great read about Rob and his career. Lots of great quotes from Rob and a thoughtful editorial. Enjoy!

From New York Times, Robert Pattinson Knows What You Think, but He Can Work With That:

image hostCANNES, France — On Wednesday, I had an espresso with Robert Pattinson on a rooftop terrace overlooking the Mediterranean.

That is the kind of preposterous sentence that a critic sometimes finds herself writing from the Cannes Film Festival, where Mr. Pattison’s new movie, “Good Time,” is in competition. The next morning, the movie shook up a largely listless event that has been stuffed with near-misses and entries that tend to preach at viewers or punish them, often both. “Good Time,” by contrast, is pure cinematic pleasure about an often funny, sometimes shocking rush into the abyss, one that earned Mr. Pattinson a lot of critical love here if no awards.

Mr. Pattinson plays Constantine Nikas, a.k.a. Connie, a calamitously inept bad guy who, during one terrible New York adventure, leaves ruin and broken bodies in his wake. Directed by the brothers Josh and Benny Safdie, “Good Time” is thrillingly energetic and focused. It doesn’t peddle a message or redemption, but instead tethers you to an oblivious narcissist who pushes the story into an ever-deepening downward spiral. As errors turn into catastrophes, Connie grows increasingly feral, becoming a character who is a biliously funny reproach to the American triumphalism that suffuses superhero flicks and indies alike and insists that success isn’t just inevitable but also a birthright.

“Good Time” is part of a fascinating course correction undertaken by Mr. Pattinson, who in recent years has appeared and almost disappeared in art cinema titles like “The Childhood of a Leader” and “The Lost City of Z.” Although he brushed against blockbuster fame playing a doomed character in the “Harry Potter” franchise, he became a global name in the role of Edward Cullen, the pallid vampire heartthrob in the “Twilight” series. That celebrity turned frenzied when Mr. Pattinson and his co-star Kristen Stewart began a long on-and-off relationship that quickly turned into fodder for the publicity grinder and was almost inevitably folded into the “Twilight” brand and saga.

During his “Twilight” years, Mr. Pattinson was not always treated kindly by critics who did not necessarily see beyond his beauty or his utility as one of that series’ cinematic objects of desire. Unlike Ms. Stewart, he also did not have an earlier body of work that indicated he could do more than pout prettily, even if his turns in small movies like “Remember Me” (2010) showed promise. It was, however, “Cosmopolis,” the 2012 dystopian fantasy from David Cronenberg, based on the Don DeLillo novel, that effectively set Mr. Pattinson’s career path. “I think it was the first time when I worked on something that was quite complex,” he said.

“Cosmopolis” was, he added, essentially the first movie he made after he finished the final chapter of the “Twilight” series. “I especially love the fact that it came out really at the height of my popularity,” he said. Cast as a master of the universe who endures a spectacular, increasingly violent and humiliating fall, Mr. Pattinson sees the movie as “the big turning point for me — I just realized that was what I wanted to do.”

Click HERE to finish the article at NYT!

NEW/OLD Photo of Robert Pattinson at the Rome Film Festival in 2008

NEW / OLD photograph of Robert Pattinson posted on Instagram by the photographer Christian Aust

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Rob's appearance at the Rome Film Festival in 2008 to promote Twilight captured him just as the Twilight fame was taking off.

Foto Credit Christian Aust

Blast from the Past: Robert Pattinson talks about Midnight Sun

As news of a new installment of the Twilight saga is released here is a Blast from the Past: Robert Pattinson talks about Midnight Sun

Entertainment Weekly have shared information on a new Twilight installment to mark the 10th anniversary of the book. Read their article here to learn about the new book.

Stephanie has apologised that she will not be releasing Midnight Sun:
"Meyer first announced that there would be bonus content packaged as a part of the anniversary edition during the Forever Twilight Fan Festival in Forks, Wash., last month, though she acknowledges that some fans will be disappointed not to see Midnight Sun, the telling of Twilight from Edward’s perspective, included here (that manuscript has been shelved for years after an online leak). In fact, she begins her foreword with “I’m So Sorry,” blaming the decision to omit Midnight Sun on lack of time."
In honour of the news here is a blast from the past with Rob talking about how Midnight Sun informed how he played Edward.

See the whole interview here:


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Blast from the past: Utube is ROBsessed with Robert Pattinson

Robert Pattinson interviews are the gateway drug.   It's a rabbit hole I think we have all fallen down ... I'll just watch one ... and then ....

Bite Me

Artist on artist

He cannot still be driving that car

Rob talks Cosmopolis and his sister Lizzy

The Best Story Ever

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Blast from the past - ROBsessed with Robert Pattinson in Rome

Do you remember when we first saw these photos of Robert Pattinson in Rome?

Are these the photos that made you a ROBsessed? Was it when you first saw 'Rome Rob'? Was it the sex hair?

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Blast from the past - ROBsessed with Robert Pattinson on the radio

You have to love Robert Pattinson when you listen to his earliest radio interviews promoting Twilight.  These interviews were among the first times that many fans got to see the man behind the character.

This interview is one of the funniest interviews of the time.  The Ladies on Moving 92.5 tell us that you're supposed to scream and throw your panties at him and we learn he's a fan of socks and Birkenstocks. You have to listen to this one!!

He really didn't understand the fans at all!

He's always loved hats ....

Hearing how humble and funny Rob was how can you not love him!

Did we post your favourite?

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Blast from the past - when did you know you were ROBsessed with Robert Pattinson

How can you not love Robert Pattinson!

Everyone has a different moment when they knew Rob was not just another Hollywood actor.   Rob as a musician was it for me!! Hearing Rob singing in the Twilight soundtrack showed he was much more than just a pretty face.  A singer songwriter with an amazing voice as well an actor!

Here is Rob singing on the original Twilight movie soundtrack.

There have been glimpses of Rob the musician more recently such as when he played an impromptu solo at 'Sofar Songs from a Room' in London on January 15, 2010.

So what was the moment you became ROBsessed? Did knowing that Rob was a musician as well as an actor catch your attention?

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365 Days of Robert Pattinson: Nov. 24 ~ Fave Interview from 2008 Twilight promo

365 Days of Robert Pattinson: Nov. 24 ~ Fave Interview from 2008 Twilight promo


"It’s really difficult to pick a fave because there are so many good ones but this one is a classic and always makes me smile ;-) There’s a clearer (but shorter) version of this HERE"

"this challenge was impossible! i eenie, meanie, miney, moe’d this from the longer interviews so you have more Rob to see. but i also pulled it from my playlist so if you let it play to the next video, you can just see a plethora of classic 2008 Rob LOL"

Update when Kat posts!

If you post your 365DoR links in the comments, give us time to approve them so the DR can see :) 

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365 Days of Robert Pattinson: Nov. 6 ~ Pic of Rob from Twilight Euro Promo

365 Days of Robert Pattinson: Nov. 6 ~ Pic of Rob from Twilight Euro Promo

Ha! Kate and I both have a thing for TwilightRob in London :))

"Killing it in London"

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365 Days of Robert Pattinson: November 1st ~ Pic From Twilight Premiere

365 Days of Robert Pattinson: November 1st ~ Pic From Twilight Premiere

I think we need to put an Oh Hot Damn Warning on today's 365.

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"hello handsome! my my my that look will stop you dead in your tracks. it was only the beginning :’)"

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"Gah I love when he wears all black"

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Click the thumbnail if you need to review the November calendar. If you missed the whole year, there's a link on the sidebar :)

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365 Days of Robert Pattinson: June 4 ~ BTS/Filming Pic/Gif from Twilight

365 Days of Robert Pattinson: June 4 ~ BTS/Filming Pic/Gif from Twilight

Awwwwwwww Twilight Robward! The beginning of it all for like 99% of us. Time to go behind the scenes. I'm including a couple bonus ones just because sexhair and smiles from Rob are what make this world go 'round.

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"Cutie trying on his costumes ;-)" 

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"he is so funny. and so limber. it’s those long legs. they propel him to a safe recovery. you know his laugh had to be booming, echoing off the trees, after this slip."

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"This one always comes to mind. Rob is the true Edward in this photo. The Edward I imagined while reading the book. Plus the look on the hair/make-up ladies face…. she’s searching for unicorns and I think she found one!"

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365 Days of Robert Pattinson! June calendar (Twilight themed Part 1) with updates

365 Days of Robert Pattinson! June calendar (Twilight themed Part 1) with updates


May was such an awesome month! 

We had THREE birthdays on the blog (Gözde, Rob and Kate) as well as our first ever ROBsessed interview with a Rob co-star! Patricia McKenzie (Kendra, Cosmopolis) had us all ahhhhh-ing in Part 1: The Sugar and then buying stock in white sport socks while trying to stay conscious for Part 2: The Spice. Plus there was still the daily DoRs to get excited about.

We celebrated a favorite - CannesRob - for several days and revisited his time there in 2009 and 2012. It was the perfect time for that since it was the month of the festival and it was our Cosmopolis month. We let the month kick off with Robenberg and quickly dived into our favorite still, BTS shots, and the best Eric Packer images. That worked out well since we interviewed Mr. Packer too. ;) There was a lot of RedCarpetRob for Cosmopolis besides Cannes so we got to revisit the dashing EuroPromoRob, the toothpick-fiddling Rob in Toronto and the blazing hot NYCRob. It was a family month too with mother's day stateside, family-guy time and even with our birthday countdown activity, we still had to awww for BabyRob on May 13th.  There was plenty of Robporn in the mix with his thighs, pursed lips and fingers causing quite the stir.

All and all...a spectacular month of Rob! So with Bel Ami (February), Water for Elephants (April) and Cosmopolis (May) under our belts, it's time we tackle Twilight. This billion dollar franchise pumped out 5 films and seemingly endless promo. There's no way it can all be contained in one month. June will serve as Part 1 of our Twilight themed month and Part 2 will be back in November - the month that start and ended it all.

Click HERE if you'd like to see all the months! The current month is always available on the side bar along with a link to the entire year.

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Caption This! Twilight era ends, Robert Pattinson moves forward and we giveaway goodies!

Caption This! Twilight era ends, Robert Pattinson moves forward and we giveaway goodies!

The Twilight era has ended and Breaking Dawn Part 2 is set to go out with a bang at the box office. We're joining up with the awesome folks at Cafe Press to give you guys an opportunity to win a throwback 2008 Twilight poster and Edward Cullen tshirt. Details below but first the picture for the caption contest....we said this one HAD to be captioned. ;)



Contest details:
  • Contest is worldwide and ends Sunday, Nov. 18th at 8pm PST.
  • Caption the photo above in the comments section to enter.
  • Vote for your favorite captions by clicking the "vote up" button under the comments.
  • 3 winners possible.
  • Winners will receive a gift certificate to purchase the prizes below.
  • 1st place: 1 "Keep Calm and love Edward Cullen" tshirt AND 1 Twilight poster from the 2008 film.
  • 2nd place: 1 Twilight poster from the 2008 film.
  • 3rd place: 1 Twilight poster from the 2008 film.

If anyone else wants to purchase one of the classic posters of Twilight, check out other Twilight posters from CafePress!

Good luck and we'll have another BD2 themed giveaway in December!

New/Old picture of Robert Pattinson from Twilight (2008)

New/Old picture of Robert Pattinson from Twilight (2008)

I don't remember this and Gil pops pics up on his facebook occasionally. We're going to enjoy it whether you've seen it or not. Could he be any cuter??


He looks huge on the truck roof!


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New/Old Pictures of Robert Pattinson from the Twilight films

New/Old Pictures of Robert Pattinson from the Twilight films

UPDATE: Added another pic at the bottom...Rob in the white tux!

So cute these are! Not sure why I'm channeling Yoda right now...just look at the cute pics :)





These are from Twilight Saga: The Complete Film Archive:

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Caption Robert Pattinson in Twilight for a chance to win an eBook with Rob interviews and audio!

Caption Robert Pattinson in Twilight for a chance to win an eBook with Rob interviews and audio!

The good people over at The eBook People have offered us 8 copies of their new eBook, Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart & Taylor Lautner – In their own words, to give away to our readers and followers! A quick recap - the eBook contains more than 30 interviews, over 100 pics and around 20 audio snippets of Rob from press interviews from 2008-2012. Click HERE for the press release.

We'll host the following contests across our ROBsessed networks:
  • 4 caption contests on the blog using images of Rob from Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse and Breaking Dawn
  • 2 retweeting contests on our twitter account, @ROBsessedBlog
  • 2 Facebook giveaways for fans that share the status update when announced
If you follow us on any of these networks, be sure to enter! The first contest begins right here, with our classic caption contest.

First up is Rob during Twilight days so....caption this!


To enter write a caption for the picture in the comments.
  • Your fellow ROBsessors will vote by clicking that little "like" button next to your comment.
  • Do not click "like" twice because it deletes the 1st vote when you do.
  • The caption with the most "likes" wins.
  • Please keep your caption to 1-3 sentences ;-)
  • The contest is open worldwide & you have until 12pm (PST) Sunday, Sept. 30th, to enter.
Good luck! Part 2 will follow part 1 and will be the same contest but with Rob during New Moon filming. Keep a look out on our Twitter and Facebook for those contests coming soon in October. If you don't want to wait, click HERE to purchase the eBook TODAY. :)

Robert Pattinson talks about Fifty Shades of Grey, Hardest Twilight Scene, Staying Grounded & MORE

Robert Pattinson talks about Fifty Shades of Grey, Hardest Twilight Scene, Staying Grounded & MORE

UPDATE: Full interview added! It's GREAT! I purchased the $7.99 version with audio and when I look at it on iBooks, Rob's interview audioclips are built into the book! Click HERE to purchase the book


Transcript via ThoseBritBoys:

Looking extremely casual in an old t-shirt, baseball cap, faded jeans and a little unshaven, Pattinson, 26, looks happy and relaxed to have the movie that changed his life behind him. As usual, he doesn’t talk about his relationship with co-star Kristen Stewart, but talks a little of what’s to come post-Twilight, as well as addressing the rumors about him playing the lead in the film adaptation of 50 Shades of Grey. He will next star in David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis.

Q: So now that it’s finally over, let’s go back. What was the most touching moment for you in the movie, including the one we haven’t seen yet?

Robert Pattinson: Out of the whole series?

Q: Yeah, what touched you the most and the hardest one?

RP: Probably that a bit in the first one, just when Bella is in the hospital, and she says, ‘Don’t ever leave me again,’ and I say, ‘Where am I going to go?’ or something like that. I still think that’s kind of my favorite scene in it mainly because it was so different what happened after it, and we made up the lines there and that’s how different the shoot was. Like every movie afterwards, the idea of making up lines, is kind of just unheard of and so I loved that bit. But the hardest was probably the birth scene in the first part of this one mainly because it was hilarious, and it was supposed to be really serious. (laughs) And there was one shot where we had to look directly into the camera, and I was crying with laughter, and I’d have to go down and chew the baby out and I would like, I was stopping tears from coming out of my eyes, and it looks like I’m crying in the thing. And I’m not supposed to be able to cry as a vampire and I’m like crying in the scene but I was laughing.

Q: Is it cool to see Kristen play and look different as a vampire? She’s sexy and not clumsy anymore?

RP: For some reason, I listened to Taylor at Comic Con talking about the clumsy thing, and I thought, ‘Was she clumsy?’ (laughs). And everyone always talked about the clumsiness. But yeah, I never understood it. It’s always the aspect of female characters and young female characters that’s supposed to be unattractive about them when they are clearly not unattractive? (laughs) It’s like, she’s really clumsy, and I’ve never met a genuinely clumsy person or noticed someone who is like handicapped by being so clumsy, (laughs) like it’s so weird.

Q: Do you think you have a quality of timeless gentlemen?

RP: I don’t know. I guess I’m like relatively sensitive. Also, I had two older sisters so I grew up with lots of girls and so I guess I kind of have a different mentality cause of that. And I never really played any team sports or anything, (laughs) so I guess all those things add up to that. But yeah, I mean, I don’t know why but I’m not getting cast as them anymore. (laughter)

Q: Do you like that type of character?

RP: Yeah, sometimes, sometimes it’s really nice. I was watching Water For Elephants on TV the other day, because it’s not got to the point where it’s far enough away and I don’t even recognize myself, and I just thought it was really sweet. It’s like an old-fashioned movie, and yeah, it is quite fun playing it. When you are doing it, it’s kind of annoying, because my instincts, they want to go to the absolute possible place and you know that it never, this person would never do this, and most of the characters I play are innately kind people which is quite nice, because people aren’t genuinely very kind.

Q: So do you have this sort of urge now to do something, play the mean guy, play the meathead?

RP: I kind of always did that up until Twilight. Like, apart from Harry Potter, I mean every part I played is always kind of like sort of weird. But I don’t know, I find kind of random things, the movie I’m doing next, is a real guy, an interrogator and he’s not particularly weird or anything, he’s just like, he’s kind of, well he’s a little weird.

Q: What is your next project?

RP: It’s about the guy who found Saddam Hussein. It’s a military interrogator, based on this guy called Eric Maddox. It’s this crazy story, but he basically talked to about 250 people, none of whom were on any of the US Armies Wanted Lists, and found Saddam Hussein when no one even knew he was in Iraq. So it was an interesting story.

Q: Have you read 50 Shades of Grey and did you know it was based on you and would you star in it?

RP: I think the author has written me out of it. I saw some interview earlier and they went, oh, it could never be him. And I’m like ,’Hey, I’m going to make you pay for that.’ (laughter)

Q: She said you could never play the role that was based on you?

RP: It’s funny seeing all these other actors so openly like vying for it. I’ve never seen that happen before. It’s so strange. I haven’t read the whole thing, I read bits of it, there’s a book called 50 Sheds of Grey, (laughter) have you seen that book? That’s amazing, just a picture book of 50 Grey Sheds, (laughter) and it’s literally on the New York Times Best Seller List. People have got the wrong read. (Laughs)

Q: You said you just watched Water For Elephants. How do you feel when you watch your own movies? Does it always take a while for you to separate yourself?

RP: Yeah, a couple of years at least. But I really like the first Twilight movie now, cause it’s on TV constantly, (laughs) so I’ve seen it like six times, but I remember watching it the first time at the premiere and I had to leave. I left and I sat in the car and it was also kind of overwhelming to me. I started to have a panic attack in the cinema, and then I ran out and got in the car, and I didn’t even realize there was someone videotaping me through the car window, they are right next to me sitting and I was like ‘Oh god!’ Now it’s kind of different. But I find it really hard to watch stuff although I watched Cosmopolis and because it’s so stylized I found that not too hard to watch.

Q: What do you think about when you watch yourself in movies?

RP: I don’t really know what I’m doing when I’m doing it, (laughs) I find a lot of the time it’s like tossing a coin and if something comes out good or not when you are doing it, even in the scene… I don’t understand these actors who can consistently turn up to work and just be like in ‘acting mode.’ And just be really good all the time. Like I can literally walk onto a set and have absolutely no idea, I’ve done all of my preparation or whatever and have no idea what’s going to happen until I open my mouth at all. And I can also feel that something went terribly, when it’s the best scene in the movie or whatever. I have no idea ever.

Q: You are a method actor.

RP: (laughs) I don’t know if I’m completely together in my own method.

Q: Did you have to prepare differently for this one? There was a lot of physicality and also and also, anything you can give us about the final sequence, how was it to shoot?

RP: It’s so funny, (laughs) it’s supposed to be a secret, but they put it in the trailer, like Summit was saying, ‘Don’t talk about the battle.’ And I’m like, ‘It’s in the trailer, what are you talking about?’ (laughter) But yeah, I did tons. I worked a lot at the beginning, because I had to start with my shirt off, but that’s it, (laughs) but we shot the battle stuff at the end. And so I was totally out of shape by that point. (laughter)

Q: How did you do it?

RP: I’m all right at doing it. It’s film fighting, you don’t really have to be that fit, cause it’s not really like normal fighting, like you have to kind of be quite flaily, and I’m quite like mal-coordinated. I’m quite gangly, and so it’s easy for me to kind of do, because if you are throwing a punch, you throw a punch and it’s so huge, where most people who like actually box a lot or something, are so used to keeping it tight, and it feels so fake to them. But I find that kind of stuff quite easy, and can do it on one or two takes. Like everyone else who were really physically fit has to do like ten. But the only annoying thing is the wire stuff, but I never see anyone who’s good at like anything on a wire, it’s always through the operator. If you get a good wire team, then you will look good. If something is not that well organized, you will just look terrible, no matter how good you are at it.

Q: Were you scared?

RP: I mean, most of the time you were just so tired, (laughs) the whole time you were just going through the motions.

Q: Do you have a memento from the set?

RP: I have almost every costume from the first one because I was wearing that stuff for about two years, (laughs) afterwards.

Q: You are in the baseball scene, do you have a baseball outfit?

RP: No, that was like rented. We were pretty low budget on the first one. (Laughter)

Q: What was your favorite one that you kept?

RP: I had these jeans which I kept. I literally bought all these clothes and then got the company to pay me back on the first one. You could do anything on the first movie, it was crazy. I was stuck in Vancouver getting my Visa by myself. I started just borrowing my costumes (laughs) and I kept them all for years afterwards.

Q: What a huge difference.

RP: Yeah. And the funny thing was, I had all these kinds of things from the first one. I was wearing independent little labels from cool shops in Vancouver and then by the last one, the more and more money that became involved, then there would be these contracts with clothes companies and so like if you look at the last one, every single vampire is wearing G Star or Bellstaff. (laughter) No matter which side they are on, (laughter) it’s crazy. And they all have the label on the side as well. It’s nuts. (Laughs)

Q: After all these years, what will you miss the most?

RP: There is something incredibly familiar and nice about it and it’s normally what you are doing when you turn up on a movie set when you know everyone is so, like normally it’s like the first day of school every time you start, but when you know people. It’s strange, and it is pretty nice. Like when you are doing a job where everything changes all the time, say doing a TV show, but at the same time, that’s one of the greatest things about acting as well, (laughs) you can just leave everybody behind.

Q: After all this success, what do you do to keep grounded?

RP: I don’t know, I mean I guess I’m quite a genuinely insecure person, and so it’s not very hard for me. I mean, it’s sort of like, I think even if someone says that something is good you’ve got to be pretty dumb to let your head get big, especially now when everything about your life is reported. I don’t understand people who still have a big ego who are actors. It’s like, everyone knows who you are, everyone knows you are just a vain moron, (laughter) and that’s what every actor is. (laughter)

Q: What do you miss doing the most that you can’t do now?

RP: I really miss going to the cinema, especially in LA, because LA has the best cinemas in the world. I used to go four times a week, five times a week, and that and just being able to just I mean this obvious anonymity kind of thing, you want to be able to sit in a place and not worry and just listen to people or watch people and it’s the camera phones, it’s the camera phones and TMZ, it just ruined everything. And in a few years, people will be like oh Goddamnitt I wish we never bought into TMZ, now we’ve ruined it for ourselves. (laughter)

Q: What’s the best thing that you’ve got?

RP Just being able to do this job. I mean, it is the best job in the world. I just wish I had gotten it like 12 years ago. (laughs)

Q: Thank you.

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