Robert Pattinson is back and making the rounds for his upcoming movie "Life." In an interview with British music magazine NME, Pattinson dishes on his new movie role, Googling himself and his struggles with Internet comments.
In "Life," Pattinson plays photojournalist Dennis Stock, who was good friends with movie star James Dean. When asked by NME why he was right for the role of Stock, a man who Pattinson explained was "was someone who is uncomfortable in every aspect of his life," the actor simply answered, "I'm the most uncomfortable person in the world."
It doesn't seem to help that Pattinson feeds his "uncomfortable" persona by Googling his name to "reinforce my negative opinion of myself." While he might appear a little self-loathing, the actor doesn't mince words when talking about the people that talk about him.
"It really does really does affect you, and it all comes from some moron sitting on a comment board," said Pattinson in the interview. "It’s always that person who’s needling away at you, who you either want to destroy, or convince them to love you."
But at least, according to the star, people aren't quite as crazy about stalking him like they did in his "Twilight" days.
"I had people sitting outside my house every single day, and it drove me crazy. I didn’t go into a supermarket for about six years."
Head over to NME to read the rest of the Pattinson interview.
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