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Self-awareness is an important part of personal growth and development, and Robert Pattinson, has a revelation, which is to be able to catch many by surprise.
The “Twilight” star has taken roles in two of Hollywood’s top-grossing franchises, despite holding his own on the big screen, the 33-year-old does not see himself as a top-notch performer, and even doubts his acting chops are worthy of the praise.
“I only know how to play the modes, three different ways,” Pattinson, 33, told The Observer in an interview published on Sunday. “I’m nervous, as each of the movies.”
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Robert Pattinson said that he doesn’t really know how to do it while it is at the moment filming a new movie called “The Batman.”
Pattinson, a two-time Independent Spirit Award nominations, maintaining that, owing to the dread of his abilities, but he is not a very long time to prepare for their roles prior to filming, adding: “When I’m in rehearsal, then it is doomed to fail on the spot.”
Pattinson went on to explain that he or she will often want to be the “surprise” which is the actor he is filming the scenes, adding that he will be restless if their response seems to be hesitant.
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“If I’m working on a scene, and I don’t see that the other actor is expected of me for the way I’m doing it, and if I can see that it is not the room for them, and that I’ll feel stupid,” he said.
Robert Pattinson is officially set to star as the Caped Crusader in “Batman,” according to multiple reports.
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Pattinson also recalled how he prepared himself to perform opposite Willem Defoe in “to The Lighthouse” is a film that is watched the game with a pair of lighthouse keepers, who are slowly going insane. For his part, Pattinson, who is reportedly set in the present, by slugging himself in the face, and force himself to gag or have a drink of mud. He would also have to find ways to make themselves dizzy.
“Because I don’t really know what to do, I kind of wanted to find a way to make it real, and it is one of the ways in which I have always thought that it makes it a little bit easier when you have a shake-up of your physical condition, right of action,” he told the newspaper. “You will, eventually, run into a scene with a different feel to it.”
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Pattinson is currently in London shooting “The Sitter,” and although the “Good Time”, the star, not in the sense that the Caped Crusader should be treated as a hero, it is safe to assume that he’s definitely doing his homework ahead of scheduled in 2021 as they are released.