With his new movie The Rover in theatres now, Robert Pattinson is already looking to the future at what possible roles he would like to play.
However, Robert revealed that unlike most actors, he does not want to go for any normal roles.
“I think lots of people want to do stuff that’s relatable, and I want to do stuff that’s unrelatable,” Robert told Huffington Post. “I don’t think I have particularly normal emotional reactions to things. So trying to play someone who is just a normal guy … I don’t really know how to do it.”
As for constantly being asked about breaking out of his Twilight role, Robert said: “I guess when certain people ask me, it’s kind of annoying. Like, “How do you feel about everyone seeing stuff differently?” It’s kind of insulting. “So you’re saying all the stuff I did before was shit? Thanks, man!” I always forget how little people actually know you. You feel like you’ve done so many interviews, but most people have just seen a couple movies. Maybe! Or just seen you in a tabloid or something. You kind of forget that when you’re in the center of it.”
Rob also admitted that he does read reviews on his latest films after they’ve been released:
“Yeah. I don’t quite know why.” He said. “It’s so difficult to figure out if you’re doing the right thing. I guess there’s some way of knowing after reading, sort of. But sometimes it’s just incredible how opposite everything can be. It’s bizarre. You learn absolutely nothing after, and you just hate bad reviews. You can’t even remember the good ones.”
Be sure to check out Robert’s full interview!