Robert Pattinson Doesn't Miss Screaming Fans
R-Pattz joins The Rover co-star Guy Pearce in London, where he also admits that he's "a terrible driver"...
He was in London for a low-key screening of new flick The Rover along with his co-star Guy Pearce, with the former Edward Cullen stating: "I'm kind of like self-conscious," Pattinson said about the quiet press room and being able to hear his co-star's voice answering questions next to him.
"I can't concentrate. I've got to tell Guy (Pearce) like, 'Shut up.'"
For Pattinson, there are certain advantages to being deafened by fans: "It's actually quite nice having screaming because then you don't have to think about the answers to the questions, you just say anything that comes into your head and everyone just has to accept it..
Directed by David Michôd and based on a story by Michôd and Joel Edgerton, the movie is set in a dangerous near-future in the Australian desert, 10 years after the collapse of the western economic system.The actors spent a fair amount of the shoot on the road as they track the gang through the outback. Luckily it was Pearce who got to do the driving.
"I get car sick," admitted the Aussie star, saying that he doesn't make a good passenger.
Self-proclaimed "terrible driver" Pattinson, on the other hand, is a very quiet passenger - unless he starts snoring that is.
"I just fall asleep when I'm a passenger immediately - any car I'll be asleep in five minutes," he said.
The Rover opens in the UK and Ireland on August 15.