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MessageSujet: [Web] Interview pour kansascity.com   Mar 9 Mar - 10:56

Stargazing | Robert Pattinson wonders: Is there life after 'Twilight'?

By NICOLE EVATT

With his seemingly unwashed locks and just-rolled-out-of-bed undershirt and jeans, Robert Pattinson seems laid-back and carefree.

But the 23-year-old heartthrob, who attracts throngs of screaming fans wherever he goes, has a lot on his mind these days — not the least of which is what will happen when the “Robsession” ends.

“If it suddenly dies down and suddenly no one is interested ... yeah, it is worrying,” he says. “It’s scary to think that it all might just fundamentally stop after the ‘Twilight’ thing’s finished.”

That “ ‘Twilight’ thing” is the more than $1 billion movie franchise based on Stephenie Meyer’s best-selling series. Pattinson stars as Edward Cullen, the vegetarian vampire who falls in love with human Bella Swan.

Despite the success of the first two films, “Twilight” and “New Moon,” Pattinson hopes to break away from the emo, teenage undead role with his latest project, “Remember Me,” which opens Friday. The drama stars Pattinson and Emilie de Ravin as 20-somethings falling in love while coping with family tragedy. Pierce Brosnan and Chris Cooper co-star.

Here, Pattinson, also an executive producer of the film, talks nude scenes, being idolized and what he fears most in life.

Did you feel a lot of pressure choosing “Remember Me,” because it’s the first time we’re seeing you post-“Twilight”?

I just always liked the script. When I was making it, I didn’t even think about it. Now that it’s being released, it comes into context with all of that.

What exactly are these modesty patches you used during the sex scenes?

Mine was made out of half a bra and some wig tape, which took me 35 minutes to actually figure out how to stick on and then it just fell off immediately. You’re so obsessed whenever you have to do any nudity stuff. You’re like, “Yeah, I definitely need this thing on.” And then you get there, and as soon as you’re standing naked in front of everyone, you don’t care anyway. It’s actually quite liberating.

So if nudity doesn’t make you blush, what does embarrass you?

Dancing. I used to dance all the time till I was 16 and I was at a wedding in Seattle. I didn’t realize at the time that Canadian beer is like really strong, like 7.8 percent or something. And I was just going nuts on the dance floor, and my dad was like, “What are you doing?” I’ve never been able to get that out of my head. I’m so self-conscious about it.

When are you most at ease?

Arguing with people.

What can’t you live without?

Very little. I’m not one for comforts and stuff. I think I can kind of do without most things.

So when you travel, there’s nothing you can’t leave home without?

No, I don’t bring anything. I came here for like four days and ended up bringing this massive suitcase, and I’ve been wearing the same clothes for like three days now.

So you’re not into shopping, yet you’re ranked one of the top earners in Hollywood. That money must go somewhere.

I bought a really nice guitar recently, which is the only thing I’ve ever really spent a lot of money on. But that’s the only thing. I had my apartment in London before when I was unemployed — this tiny little place, and I liked it more. You had to walk through a restaurant kitchen and up this staircase filled with trash, and there’s no heating. I like that. But now it’s quite difficult. I can’t live in places like that anymore. The people outside, that’s the only issue.

Do you regret taking on “Twilight”?

You can never tell. When I did “Twilight,” I had no idea it was going to be so big. I didn’t know they were going to make the sequels afterward. But I don’t really have any regrets about it. It’s just, you can’t. There’s nothing you can do about it.

How do you feel about being an idol?

I don’t really know if I am. It’s still just the sort of character that people like a lot. I try and avoid promoting myself like that, cause otherwise, you end up with a huge burden of responsibility.

source: kansascity.com via thinking of rob

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MessageSujet: Re: [Web] Interview pour kansascity.com   Mar 9 Mar - 11:05

Pas la peine de la traduire en effet , elle a déjà été traduite. Mais où ? study

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