“I’ve got such effeminate hands. I could never be strong. Whenever I even got to a save, my fingers would just bend back and the ball would hit me in the face.” —Robert Pattinson referring to when he was a goalie in soccer.
“It wasn’t that hard… That’s a bad choice of words. [laughs]” —Robert Pattinson on how difficult was filming the Breaking Dawn sex scene. (x)
“I’ve never been as invested as I was with The Wire. I’ve never met anyone from The Wire and I think if I ever saw anyone—Michael K. Williams or David Simon—I would literally cry.” —Robert Pattinson
“On the honeymoon, Edward insists they play a lot of chess to avoid… other things [laughs]. I read that in the script and said, ‘Come on! Kristen looks so amazing in these little nighties. I don’t think chess is what’s on his mind.’” —Robert Pattinson (x)
“Nobody really knows how to be a father, there’s no way to prepare for it. But it’s quite easy to play in a film when you are holding a baby. The little person is crying in your arms and you end up being very careful.” —Robert Pattinson on becoming a father (x).
“It is the ultimate fantasy, I guess, to some people, that you can avoid all the annoying parts of having a kid, if they’re already fending for themselves. It’s like having a puppy. Just leave it alone and thank you very much. That’s what I keep saying in other interviews that, ‘It’s just like raising a dog, it’s the same thing, you’ve just got to leave it alone and tell it to go to the toilet outside.’” —Robert Pattinson on becoming a father in Breaking Dawn.