While many may know Robert Pattinson from his iconic roles in the Twilight films, the British actor is now breaking boundaries with his eclectic style choices.

The actor recently wore a tuxedo for a Halloween party in London and revealed in an interview with Metro that he is trying to experiment with different looks. In an effort to defy his Twilight image, Pattinson has begun donning unique outfits that highlight his dark side.

Hats Off To Oscar

Pattinson’s latest outfit choice is in no way a rebellion against his fans; it is, instead, a nod to the Academy Awards, where the actor is competing this year for a leading role in the dark comedy The Lost Honour of Christopher Finch.

The Lost Honour of Christopher Finch is an adaptation of the John le Carré novel of the same name and is set in contemporary London. The story follows the exploits of Richard Harris, a disgraced former diplomat who uses his connections in the foreign service to get revenge on those who wronged him by manipulating others into betraying their country. Harris’ Machiavellian machinations eventually lead him to a house party at the behest of his arch-enemy, Alec Ogilvy (played by Michael Caine). The party is thrown to celebrate the award of an honorary degree to English playwright Peter Weiss.

The Lost Honour of Christopher Finch is one of the most hotly-acclaimed films of the year and, according to critics and pundits alike, is a great showcase for Harris’ acting talent. It is also said to be one of the most authentic films set in modern-day Moscow.

While many may have seen Harris’ character as an anti-hero, the actor himself sees things quite differently. The 53-year-old, who rose to fame in the 1980s and became renowned for his portrayals of ruthless men, says that he regards himself as a “straightforward man” who would never consider betraying his friends, family, or country.

“I have a moral code, and I try and keep it as clearly as I can,” he said. “At one point, Richard Harris is a man who has lost faith in most things except for one: his own will. For the rest of his life, it’s a battle to decide if he can or he can’t, and it drives the story forward.”

While many may perceive Harris’ character as a villain, Pattinson plays him in a more complex light. The actor is a great admirer of le Carré’s work and had to beat out 1,500 other applicants to land the role of Harris, who also happens to be one of his best friends. Harris, the actor said, is a man who has lost his way and becomes a victim of his own schemes.

“What le Carré does so well is to create these complex yet fully formed characters who the audience can relate to, and at the same time feel a sense of admiration for,” Pattinson said.

In interviews, the actor has often spoken about how much he enjoys playing diverse characters and how his Twilight role of the brooding vampire had led him to become more comfortable in his own skin. Following his stint in Twilight, Pattinson will star alongside Matt Damon in the psychological thriller The Great Wall, a film adapted from the bestselling novel The Great British Invasion by Richard Ford. While he is set to begin filming in March 2019, he is making the most of the final months of 2018 by starring in the films Late Night, about a disgraced TV host, and The Lost Honour of Christopher Finch, among others.

Unique Outfits For An Impeccable Ocaphile

While many may know Robert Pattinson from his iconic roles in the Twilight films, the British actor is now breaking boundaries with his eclectic style choices.

The actor recently wore a tuxedo for a Halloween party in London and revealed in an interview with Metro that he is trying to experiment with different looks.

“I want to try and do as much as I can to defy my Twilight image and show a side of me that people haven’t really seen before,” he said. “It’s exciting to have this opportunity and make the most of it. I’m going to try and experiment with as many looks as I can, wear as many hats as possible, and see what happens.”

The Twilight films, based on the bestselling novel by Stephenie Meyer, were a commercial and critical success, bringing in $675 million at the global box office and earning a 9.3 rating on IMDb, among other accolades. Pattinson’s portrayal of the vampire, later named Carl, helped to cement his status as a sex symbol and earned him a Golden Globe nomination in 2014.

The actor, however, has since then chosen to embrace a more laidback lifestyle, ditching the glamorous world of high fashion in favour of an alternative fashion style. After making a conscious effort to de-emphasise his looks and more importantly his weight, which has fluctuated heavily throughout his career, the actor now vaunts an incredible physique. Having shed off the last of his millions of pounds through a combination of diet and exercise, the hunk now finds himself fascinated by the way fashion and style work together.

Hats Off To Oscar

Pattinson’s latest outfit choice is in no way a rebellion against his fans; it is, instead, a nod to the Academy Awards, where the actor is competing this year for a leading role in the dark comedy The Lost Honour of Christopher Finch.

The Lost Honour of Christopher Finch is an adaptation of the John le Carré novel of the same name and is set in contemporary London. The story follows the exploits of Richard Harris, a disgraced former diplomat who uses his connections in the foreign service to get revenge on those who wronged him by manipulating others into betraying their country. Harris’ Machiavellian machinations eventually lead him to a house party at the behest of his arch-enemy, Alec Ogilvy (played by Michael Caine). The party is thrown to celebrate the award of an honorary degree to English playwright Peter Weiss.

The Lost Honour of Christopher Finch is one of the most hotly-acclaimed films of the year and, according to critics and pundits alike, is a great showcase for Harris’ acting talent. It is also said to be one of the most authentic films set in modern-day Moscow.

While many may see Harris’ character as a villain, the actor himself sees things quite differently. The 53-year-old, who rose to fame in the 1980s and became renowned for his portrayals of ruthless men, says that he regards himself as a “straightforward man” who would never consider betraying his friends, family, or country.

“I have a moral code, and I try and keep it as clearly as I can,” he said. “At one point, Richard Harris is a man who has lost faith in most things except for one: his own will. For the rest of his life, it’s a battle to decide if he can or he can’t, and it drives the story forward.”

While many may perceive Harris’ character as a villain, the actor himself sees things quite differently. The 53-year-old, who rose to fame in the 1980s and became renowned for his portrayals of ruthless men, says that he regards himself as a “straightforward man” who would never consider betraying his friends, family, or country.

“I have a moral code, and I try and keep it as clearly as I can,” he said. “At one point, Richard Harris is a man who has lost faith in most things except for one: his own will. For the rest of his life, it’s a battle to decide if he can or he can’t, and it drives the story forward.”

While many may know Robert Pattinson from his iconic roles in the Twilight films, the British actor is now breaking boundaries with his eclectic style choices.

The actor recently wore a tuxedo for a Halloween party in London and revealed in an interview with Metro that he is trying to experiment with different looks.

His new film, The Lost Honour of Christopher Finch, is an adaptation of the John le Carré novel of the same name and is set in contemporary London. While he is set to begin filming in March 2019, he is making the most of the final months of 2018 by starring in the films Late Night, about a disgraced TV host, and The Great British Invasion, a film based on the bestselling novel of the same name by Richard Ford. While he is set to begin filming in March 2019, he is making the most of the final months of 2018 by starring in the films Late Night, about a disgraced TV host, and The Great British Invasion, a film based on the bestselling novel of the same name by Richard Ford.