Robert Pattinson is Much More Comfortable with Action in Eclipse

Robert Pattinson is Much More Comfortable with Action in Eclipse

Robert Pattinson says there’s no way to act tough in skinny jeans and a sweater and we’d kind of have to agree.

The 24-year-old actor recently chatted with MTV about music, action and fear. Check it:

On having to have music in his life: “I was doing music before I started acting, so I still have bits and pieces, and I’ve been playing in Portland [during the shoot]. I’ve been trying to write an album for years and years. I’ve just bought a couple new guitars, and I’ve started trying to write things again, but I never have any time, ever. It’s kind of driving me crazy.”

On forgetting fear in his job: Professionally, as soon as you start thinking about the choices you’re making in terms of the future, in terms of your career, you start doing it out of fear. If you’re doing it for your career, just choosing jobs because you want to have a job after that, you’re not actually choosing jobs because you want to do the job.”

On liking the action scenes better in Eclipse: “Normally I just feel so silly. In New Moon, I remember starting the fight with Taylor at the end. I felt like such a moron. You’re always wearing skinny jeans, a little blazer and a kind of woolen sweater and trying to act like you’re tough. You just know it’s not going to happen. For some reason, I felt a lot more comfortable with the action stuff this time.”

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  • http://www.twitter.com KATE

    HE LOOKS CUTE AT THAT PIC

  • pop86

    I shocked to say this but I like Rob.

  • chiraz

    i love you saw mach and i licke your style

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