He may be best known as the “honey-haired prince” from the Twilight series, but actor Robert Pattinson has never been one to hold his tongue. The British actor has always had something to say about a variety of topics, and it seems like he’s always had something to say about Twilight. The actor has never been shy about expressing his views on the matter, and he’s recently done so in an interview with Interview magazine, in which he called the whole series “ridiculous” and said that he “wouldn’t touch” a rom-com with a “10-foot pole.” Here’s what you need to know about his opinions on the matter.

Robert Pattinson Born To Be A Critic

As previously mentioned, Robert Pattinson has never been one to hold back when it comes to criticizing something he thinks is wrong. The Twilight actor was brought up in a household where his opinions were valued, and he wasn’t particularly scared to speak out against what he views as wrong. For example, he has very vocal opinions on the over-commercialization of Hollywood and the media, as well as the overuse of social media and the internet in general. In addition, he’s often critical of the British royal family and their lavish spending habits.

Twilight Is ‘Ridiculous,’ Says Robert Pattinson

According to Robert Pattinson, the whole Twilight series is “ridiculous.” Speaking to Interview magazine, the actor stated that when he first heard that Stephenie Meyer was going to write a novel about vampires and werewolves, he thought it was “the most ridiculous idea ever.” While he initially thought the series would be “unbelievably awful,” he later found himself “bonding” with the characters, particularly Edward, the vampire. Ultimately, he believes that Twilight has “ruined” his life and that he’s “regretted” the whole series. He adds that he doesn’t think he’ll ever be able to look at Hollywood the same way again.

Robert Pattinson On Why He Doesn’t Want To Do Romantic Comedies

While the Twilight series focuses largely on romantic entanglements, it’s actually been a while since Robert Pattinson has been involved in a film that focused primarily on such themes. While the actor has expressed his desire to return to the romantic comedy genre, he fears that Hollywood will never allow him to. In talking to Interview magazine, he stated that he feels that studios don’t “believe” in his ability to play romantic leads, and that he’s “basically shut out” of the genre. As a result, he’s decided to “fuck off” for a while and focus on more challenging roles. He also fears that his fans will no longer want to see him in a rom-com, as they’ll now associate him with “girly stuff.””Don’t get me wrong,” he stressed. “I adore girls, but I’m not into pink. I want to play meaty parts.” It seems that Robert Pattinson is currently enjoying the fruits of his career shift towards more mature and interesting material, and his fans are certainly enjoying the change of pace as well.

Robert Pattinson On Why He Thinks The British Royal Family Are Over-Praised

It’s been a while since the British royal family have been in the international spotlight, but it seems that it’s always been due to some sort of incident or scandal. However, in an interview with Interview magazine, Robert Pattinson had some strong words for the so-called “King and Queen of England,” stating that he thinks they’re “over-praised” and that they “deserve a big slap round the face” for what they’ve done recently.

Pattinson Slams Kate Middleton’s Stereotypes As “Disgusting”

Kate Middleton may not be a literary giant like her husband, Prince William, but the Duchess of Cambridge is certainly the English royal family’s poet laureate. She’s published several poems in her time, many of which focus on female stereotypes and the oppression of women. In an interview with Vanity Fair, author and journalist Richard Simmons referred to Kate Middleton’s poems as “disgusting,” and went on to say that he was “embarrassed” for her.

However, it’s not just her poetry that Richard Simmons found uncomfortable. He also objected to how Kate Middleton’s life seemed to “capture the public imagination” and how she “was never allowed to be a normal woman.” He also cited her fashion choices as an example of the duchess’ lack of individuality, as she “always dresses in a very plain way,” and that her wardrobe consists of “basic black and white garments.”

While we don’t necessarily have to agree with Richard Simmons’ comments about Kate Middleton, it’s certainly interesting to see a member of the British royal family publicly dissing the Duchess of Cambridge. We also have to wonder how much Richard Simmons knows about Kate Middleton’s writing career, as she’s written several acclaimed novels, as well as several acclaimed volumes of poetry. Her work has also been recognized by the great authors she’s inspired, such as J.K. Rowling, who cited Kate Middleton as one of her inspirations.

‘Twilight’ Is One Of The Most Influential Novels Of All Time

It’s been a while since we heard from Stephenie Meyer, the creator of Twilight and the author of the four Twilight novels. Since then, the author has spent much of her time promoting her new book, The Bone Witch, which is set to come out in May 2020. As a result, we now know a lot more about the lasting impression the Twilight series has made on readers, particularly teenage girls around the world. In an interview with BBC News, Stephenie Meyer revealed that her books have sold over 300 million copies and been translated into 40 languages.

Despite their global success, it seems that Twilight still hasn’t lost its appeal in the United States. Over 20 years after the series first came out, viewers are still interested in reading about the feuds and romance stories between the book’s primary couple, Edward and Bella. For those fans, Stephenie Meyer will soon release The Twilight Saga: The Master Edition, a 19-volume set collecting all four Twilight books and all five of their respective sequels. It’s been a long time coming, and hopefully, this collection will make fans very happy.

The Twilight Saga: The Master Edition Will Be Compiling All Sequels

It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Stephenie Meyer, the author of the Twilight series. However, the saga continues to be a major player in the book world, particularly since Meyer announced that she’s working on compiling all of the Twilight sequels into a single package. Dubbed “The Twilight Saga: The Master Edition,” the collection will be made up of all of the author’s published work, including the four initial Twilight books as well as their five respective sequels (The Twilight Saga, Twilight Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, and Breaking Dawn). It’s been a while since we’ve seen a book project of this scale, and hopefully, this project will make fans very happy.

Other Work From Stephenie Meyer

Besides writing the Twilight series, Stephenie Meyer also wrote the bestselling The Host, which was later adapted into a film of the same name. Later on, she would go on to write the bestselling and critically acclaimed City Of Bones, sequel to her 1993 debut novel, Alice In Wonderland. Most recently, Meyer released her newest novel, The Bone Witch, which is set for release in May 2020.

Robert Pattinson Is No Twilight Stereotype

Even now, 20 years after the release of Twilight, its stars still struggle with the stigma attached to it. Despite his critical stance on the matter, Robert Pattinson has definitely tried to shed the stigma associated with being the ‘prince’ of Twilight, particularly in recent years. He’s spoken openly about the prejudice he faces as a famous ‘Twilight’ star, and how he’s “used to it.” He’s also tried to distance himself from the series in interviews, stating that he doesn’t think of himself as a “vampire” or an “angel,” but instead sees himself as being “more of a mutant.”

Even now, famous faces like Robert Pattinson deal with prejudice and criticism just for being famous, while others try to ignore it and move on with their lives. However, it seems that, for the most part, being famous for being in a “ridiculous” movie doesn’t hurt your popularity as much as you’d think it would. As it turns out, people still recognize Robert Pattinson, and they still think he’s attractive and talented, even if he doesn’t want to admit it.