It was just two years ago that Robert Pattinson was the biggest movie star in the world. Since then, his film career has gone downhill. Despite critical praise and massive box office success, The Twilight Saga has not been able to halt Pattinson’s continued fall from fame. In fact, he recently released his worst reviewed films yet. In this article, we’ll discuss the reasons why this is happening and the steps he needs to take to turn things around.

Why Is Robert Pattinson’s Film Career Declining?

In 2019, it’s been two years since Twilight ended. The final chapter in the hugely successful and now iconic The Twilight Saga series was released in December 2018. Since then, fans have had to live with the fact that their favorite fictional couple no longer appear onscreen together. As a result, interest in the films has waned, and critics and audiences have turned their backs on the actor.

While Twilight was at the height of its popularity, the 35-year-old actor was busy filming Darkness, which was released in December 2019. The latest film from the Suicide Squad franchise marks the actor’s comeback effort after a three-year absence. Despite its promising beginning, the film underperformed at the box office, earning just $27.4 million. This is less than half of what it cost to make, meaning the film failed to break even. It’s a major blow to Pattinson’s credibility as an actor, especially as it came at a time when the spotlight has never been more on him.

Twilight was responsible for launching and maintaining Pattinson’s film career. The five parts of The Twilight Saga became the biggest moneymakers of all time, earning $14.7 billion. Since then, the actor has appeared in a string of unsuccessful films, including Beauty and the Beast, The Lovesick Serpent, and Midnight Special. While some of these films have received critical praise, the majority of them have failed to match the huge success of their famous predecessor.

This is a dangerous place for an actor to be in. With so much riding on his next film, it’s going to be very interesting to see how Pattinson reacts. It takes a lot of courage to admit that you made a mistake and that your last film shouldn’t have been made. However, it’s obvious that Pattinson has realized his mistakes and is determined to change things. He needs to start by admitting that Twilight wasn’t the best movie ever made, and then proceed to prove his critics and fans wrong by appearing in some truly great films. By all means, he needs to begin by apologizing to both his fans and critics, saying, “I’m sorry I let you guys down.”

How Can He Improve?

In the wake of Twilight’s disappointing box office performance, there has been some speculation about what went wrong. While it’s true that Twilight underperformed at the box office, the blame can’t solely be placed on the film. For one thing, the numbers weren’t all that bad. In November 2019, Google Search interest for “robert pattinson” reached its highest point since before Twilight came out, suggesting that fans are still interested in the actor.

However, despite this, interest in his films is at an all-time low. People are no longer searching for information about his films, suggesting that they’ve been put on the backburner. It seems that fans have turned their back on Pattinson, and he’s not handling it well. It would be best for both parties if he could move on from this dark period and put the past two years of hurtful headlines and bad reviews behind him.

If he wants to make a successful comeback, it’s going to take more than just a good movie. He needs to prove to his critics and fans that he’s learned from his mistakes. This means that he’s going to have to put in the work, both in and out of the acting profession. In the same way he proved his critics and fans wrong about Twilight by walking away from the material comfort of Hollywood, he needs to do the same with his acting career. This might mean taking on a smaller role in a smaller film, or it could mean returning to his roots and starting his own production company. We’ll have to wait and see.