Robert Pattinson admitted to discovering franchise work “scary” in a brand new interview with Selection. Within the chat, the star stated he felt like a “massive shot” when he first began appearing, however when his position as Edward Cullen within the Twilight Saga propelled him to stardom, he “misplaced” his sense of id and management.
The Good Time actor spoke to Jamie Bell on Selection’s Actors on Actors sequence. Throughout the interview, the previous Twilight and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Hearth star talked about dropping his “sense of id” in franchise filmmaking. Pattinson stated, “It’s scary. When one thing turns into actually massive you actually get an consciousness of how small you might be, like the place it’s if you first begin appearing and you’re feeling like a giant shot if you’re solely doing one thing small. My ego was loads greater after I first began.”
He additional defined, “While you begin dropping management of a whole lot of totally different elements of your life and likewise the job, particularly if you’re doing sequels to one thing. It doesn’t matter what you assume: a) it’s already been written in a guide, and b) the tone has already been arrange and the machine is already in movement. It’s scary if you lose your sense of id.” Despite the fact that he admittedly finds sequels and main industrial roles daunting, Pattinson stated he “doesn’t draw back” from franchise work. “I by no means attempt to run away from any of it,” he advised Bell.
Within the chat, Pattinson additionally spoke concerning the movie administrators who encourage him, admitting that his favorite work comes from administrators who he doesn’t know. “I don’t see half of those individuals as human beings, it’s a reputation and I simply see the films which have already existed and been actually influential to me,” he stated. Watch the total Selection interview beneath.