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Bild Newspaper, a German tabloid, shares a new pic and interview with Robert Pattinson from Berlin Press Junket.
Roughly translated with Google.
Berlin. In ‘Twilight’ – where he played a vampire teen star, Robert Pattinson (26) now plays in ‘Cosmopolis’ (starting July 5th in theaters) a sex-obsessed Yuppie.
B: Have you ever been poor?
Rob: Oh, yes. Before I filmed ‘Twilight’ I’ve been poor. If you’re young it doesn’t really matter.
B: And now?
Rob: It’s crazy, even though I now have much money, I live the same life as before. Nevertheless, it cost me a lot of coal. It’s damn expensive to be normal.
Rob: Before, I set off with 25€ and it was enough for the whole night in the club. Today I give loosely 12,000 in one night! And I can not just go shopping. I have to pay people for the do it for me …
It’s Thursday, May 31th in Berlin, and, after having seen ‘Cosmopolis’ at a media screening in the morning, I am meeting Robert Pattinson for an interview in the afternoon.
They have put us in a dark but cozy room on the ground floor of a fancy Berlin hotel. Robert is dressed in a casual black T-Shirt an Jeans, seated right in front of a window and sipping some coke. Or Diet Coke. I didn’t ask. He is also chewing a tooth pick the entire time, as he is trying to quit smoking.
Let me just say that he was kind, relaxed and very approachable. He was laughing a lot and seemed happy to be promoting the film.
Hey Rob, it’s good to meet you. How are you?
Good, good, thanks.
How do you like Berlin?
(He laughs) I love it, but it’s so annoying. Every time it’s at the beginning or the end of the tour. Every time I feel like I am only here for one single day, so I never really get to see it.
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