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Robert Pattinson 'scared' of sex scene

2012-03-19 22:07

Los Angeles - Robert Pattinson was "scared" when he had to film a sex scene with girlfriend Kristen Stewart.

The 25-year-old star and the brunette beauty performed a raunchy scene in which they break the bed in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 and the actor admits he felt more distracted looking for his cue rather than romantic.

He said: "I've never done a sex scene where it's kind of scary because you think something is going to fall on you!

"There was a whole stunt set up with three guys, who do all the explosions and things, all lying under the bed. I spent the whole time looking at them for a signal. It was funny, though!"

'Always amazed'

The British actor has taken Kristen to the UK on a number of occasions, but the US-born actress is "always amazed" at how many people go to the pub during their lunchtime.

He added to Reveal magazine: "I probably spend more time in the UK than Los Angeles, but I've been so busy travelling with work that I don't really know where I'm going to be based full-time yet.

"She's always amazed by the fact that it is totally acceptable to go to a pub at lunchtime over here. I don't even do that."


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