The 86th Academy Awards were just concluded last month. While the show was mostly memorable for its box office performance—it took in a record-breaking $11 million dollars at the box office—it was also an opportunity for film and TV fans to revisit some of Hollywood’s greatest and most memorable quotes.

Here’s a round-up of some of the most interesting things that Robert Pattinson, 72, said at the Oscars:

On Being Nominated For An Oscar:

“It is such an incredible honour to be nominated amongst all these incredible filmmakers and actors and actresses. It’s a real highlight of my career.”

On His Acclaimed Co-Starring In the “Twilight” Films:

“I feel very lucky to have worked with such great people in my life, especially during these last few years. This has been a real journey. I feel like I’ve learnt so much from all these amazing people.”

On The Setting Of “Twilight”:

“[Set in America], I think it’s important to keep in mind that this is a different world to what we’re used to. It was a real opportunity to explore a different way of life and there were so many different cultures in this film. It was an incredible learning experience for me.”

On “Batman v Superman”:

“I can’t say enough good things about it. It’s such an exciting project and to act with such incredible actors like Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck and with director Zach Snyder—it was a real opportunity to be a part of something special.”

Favorite Scene From “The Twilight Saga”:

“There are so many amazing scenes, but if I have to pick one it would be on the beach when [my character Edward] professes his love for [my character Bella]. It was such a pivotal and emotional moment in the film. I just love that scene.”

On “The Grand Budapest Hotel”:

“I’ve never worked with a better director or a more cooperative group of actors. I think everyone was really into the roles and committed to making the film unique and special. I loved every minute of it. It was such an incredible opportunity to work with Wes Anderson which is also the case for “Birdman” and “The Grand Budapest Hotel”.”

On “Dunkirk”:

“[For] an action film it was an amazing experience, but mostly because of the people involved. I’m not sure if I’d worked with a more talented group of people. Everyone was incredibly welcoming and there was such a good vibe in the set. It was a real pleasure to work with Christopher Nolan.”

On “Baby Driver”:

“Stefan [Boom] is one of the greats. I had the opportunity to work with him on ‘Getaway’ and he completely reimagined the role of a bodyguard. It was awesome to see him bring that same intensity and focus to [‘Baby Driver’]—it was quite an adventure.”

On “Hail, Caesar!”:

“It was a real honor to work with Mark [Gimmick] and to be a part of something so unique and different. The setting of [‘Hail, Caesar!’], which is mostly in Rome, was such an incredible backdrop and it really allowed us to play with different styles and tones—it was great.”

On Whether Or Not To Apologize For His Acclaimed Drunken Tweets:

“No need to apologize. I love a good drink and I’ll often say things when I’m drunk that I wouldn’t say sober. It’s just something about the way it makes me feel. I’m not ashamed of it, I love it.”

On “The Lobster’:

“I love films where you don’t understand what’s going on. You follow a series of seemingly innocuous actions that are, in fact, leading up to something much more sinister. [‘The] Lobster’ is definitely one of my favorite films of last year. It keeps you guessing and, as an added bonus, I also got to work with a spectacular creature performer named John C. Reilly which is always a real treat. He’s such an incredible talent and was perfect for the part.”