Twilight actor Robert Pattinson has revealed how he has had to change his approach to a lot of the things he does since become a worldwide superstar, thanks to the success of the Twilight franchise. Robert claims that he never used to worry what people thought but now he feels a certain amount of public expectation.
Pattinson explained, "Doing comedy is impossible. I would be terrible. People have asked me to do things like Saturday Night Live, and there is just no way, not in a million years. That's just way too scary."
He added, "I used to not care about what anyone thought about anything. Now I'm forced into thinking about things if I want to have a career. Maybe it's because I'm older. I used to be a little bit wilder, but it's difficult to do that now. I used to want to do the craziest things, as I had no understanding that I had an audience.”
Robert added, “All I wanted to do was weird stuff, but it's different now, people have an expectation. You have to think about things objectively.” It seems that being famous is never as much fun as it seems to be.
Robert Pattinson can be seen in the movie Bel Ami, which is out now in the UK and released in the US on June 8.