Robert Pattinson tired of Twilight

2012-05-29 17:48
London - Robert Pattinson is tired of acting in the Twilight Saga movies.

The screen star - who is best known for his role as Edward Cullen in the vampire franchise - admitted that he has run out of steam at the right time as the final instalment of the film is released later this year.

He told ShortList: "Playing the same part for a while, you just run out of ideas. You feel kind of useless, you don't know what to do anymore.

'You're screwing yourself'

"I'm not trying to get away from it. You're screwing yourself, you're saying you think your work is shit if you try and get away from it."

The 26-year-old reiterated: "And I never thought it was [shit]. But I kind of got to the end of my inspiration."

Robert appears in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 - in cinemas 16 November - alongside Kristen Stewart (Bella Swan) and Taylor Lautner (Jacob Black) and is looking forward to future projects.

He added: "You get to the point where you're like, 'I don't want to do a film for a teen audience anymore'."

Comments

  • Morne - 2012-05-29 18:35

    So slaan my dood met 'n veer. Ons het nuus vir jou sonskyn, ons was moeg vir jou na die eerste blerrie movie!

      Dvdwalt - 2012-05-30 07:40

      Maar jy kan nog steeds nie wag vir die laaste movie nie, kan jy?

  • Se-a Spencer Ikeremm - 2012-05-29 19:23

    Now that he's rich & famous...

  • Chantel - 2012-05-30 07:49

    Don't like it then dont watch it plain and simple

  • Ryno - 2012-05-30 08:40

    ja nee - het nou genoeg geld gemaak...don't bite the hand that feeds you

  • ockert.j.dupreez - 2012-05-30 14:25

    I think the Twilight saga didn't show his acting skills good enough. If you have watched Water for Elephants, the first thought that would have come to mind was "I didn't know he could act!" Seriously. Move on to better stuff. The whole Vampire movies and stories are all just getting a bit too boring in my opinion

  • Tax - 2012-05-31 13:23

    The intelligent viewing public is even more tired of it.

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