Actor, model, and musician Robert Pattinson is best known for his work in the movie, The Twilight Saga. But, aside from his film role, he has also become a prominent figure in the world of pop culture. Most recently, he was the subject of Love, a romantic comedy starring Rebel Wilson. Now, he’s starring in another romantic comedy titled Robin Hood, which hits theaters today. We spoke with Pattinson about what it’s like working with Rebel, what it was like growing up in London, and whether or not he’d consider making a BTS album.

On Growing Up In London And The Importance Of Family

I was born in London and raised in a small village outside of the capital. It was a very traditional English upbringing. My dad was a stockbroker and my mom ran a cleaning company. When I was younger, we’d visit my grandparents in London and I remember being kind of mesmerized by the city. I used to spend a lot of time there when I was a kid. There were lots of old buildings, lots of churchyards, and I remember feeling especially connected to the place when I was there. It was a real mixture of English and Scottish cultures, so it kind of felt like a melting pot. Family was really important to me and growing up, I wanted to be the best possible version of myself. I worked hard at school and got good grades. I even did a stint at university, where I studied English literature. When I graduated, I got a job at a publishing house and decided I didn’t want to work in a corporate environment after all, so I started my own company.

On The Differences Between British And American Culture

When I first moved to America, I had a hard time adjusting to the culture, which is very different from what I was used to in London. Everything is a lot more relaxed and laid back. There’s also a greater emphasis on individualism. People there don’t tend to subscribe to the same values as people in England and that makes for some interesting dynamics.

On Being The Subject Of Love, A Romantic Comedy

Last year, I starred in a romantic comedy titled Love. The film follows three separate stories that all have something to do with love. In the first story, titled Wanderlust, I play a successful corporate lawyer who has been practicing law for twenty years and is looking for something new. He meets a documentary filmmaker who is looking for a story for her next project. Together, they embark on a road trip that heals them both of their wounds. In the second story, Comfortably Numb, I play a successful author who has been living in New York City for the past ten years and has had a lot of success. However, she finds herself feeling a bit insecure about her work and decides to take a road trip with her best friend, a classical music composer. On the way to France, they get into an accident and have to spend the night in a hospital. While there, they meet a psychiatrist (played by Alec Baldwin) who helps them figure out their problems.

In the third and final story, Conversation Piece, I play a celebrated stage and screen actor whose career has spanned over sixty years. He has been married to the same woman for over fifty years and they have three grown children. His wife has recently died, leaving him feeling a bit lost, so he decides to take a walk and have a chat with a neighbor. During their conversation, they discuss their passions and flaws in great detail. The film ends as they make their way home together, feeling a bit more comfortable with each other than they have in a long time.

It was interesting to walk a mile in the shoes of someone else for a change. It’s always fun to play a character, but it was different getting into the mind of an eighty-year-old man and seeing everything from his perspective. I never really thought about what it would be like to grow older, but there are definitely a lot of differences. For example, when you get older, it’s hard to move around. It’s challenging to get exercise, so you have to find ways to stay fit. I also enjoy being alone, but it’s different when you’re older. You want someone at your side all the time and you need their help and support. It’s tough to find someone you can trust and depend on when you get older.

On Whether Or Not He Would Consider Being In A Band

Every once in a while, I get a craving for live music. I used to get that craving when I was a kid, but it’s always been there. I didn’t start playing the piano until I was eleven and even then, I wasn’t very good. So, it’s been a hobby, but I never really felt that I belonged in a band. You have to have a good sense of rhythm to play the drums, and I’ve never been able to syncopate well enough to feel comfortable playing with a band. But, on the other hand, I love going to parties and getting drunk, so it’s been a lifelong struggle. I have a friend who plays the guitar in a band, but I’ve never really been interested. I can write some songs, but I don’t have the patience to sit down and craft an entire album. If there were ever a time to do that, it’s now. I think it would be a lot of fun to write and record an album with my best friend and we’ll see what happens. I could see myself being the lead singer in a band, but I don’t think I’d ever consider playing the guitar.

On His New Year’s Resolution

As you’re probably aware, January is a little bit of a crazy month. Aside from the New Year, there are also the multiple birthdays that people celebrate. That’s a lot of stress for a person who is trying to stay relaxed and healthy. So, this year, I’m going to take some time off work and travel. I’ve never been to Ireland, so that’s where I’m going to start. After that, I might do some more sightseeing in Europe and then it’s off to America. It’s not quite decided yet, but I do know that I’ll be making some changes in my life.

On His Favorite TV Show

I tend to watch lots of reality TV shows. It helps me to relax and it’s a great way to learn about other cultures. For example, I’ve learned a lot about Arabic culture from watching Nashaf_. _It’s a great drama and although it’s fiction, it’s based on a true story. That’s what I love about it. It investigates modern Arab society in general and it shows how culture is interwoven in all aspects of life, including law and order. I also love Top Gear and I’ve learned a lot from that. It’s great when two otherwise separate worlds collide and you have fast cars and powerful engines mixing with funny and insightful commentaries on popular culture and politics. It’s really fun to watch and I often find myself laughing or crying at the same time as I’m learning. That’s the best kind of TV show. Of course, there’s also the classic British comedy, Monty Python’s Flying Circus, which I’ve also always enjoyed. It’s great when a group of comedians with very different styles and approaches come together to form something unique. There’s a lot of variety and even those who aren’t fans of comedy may find something here to enjoy.

On What He Predicts Will Happen In 2019

It’s hard to say with any degree of certainty what’s going to happen in the next year. There’s so much unpredictability and we live in such a chaotic time. One thing I do know for sure is that things are going to change. For better or for worse. People are going to adapt and it will be interesting to watch and maybe even participate in that adaptation process. It’s always great when the people you love most in the world become your family. It feels right to protect them and to defend them, especially when they’re facing danger. It’s going to be a year of change and I look forward to it.