There is nothing quite like the feeling of a hot flash on your cheek as you lie in bed watching a heart-stopping, blockbuster-movie scene unfold on the big screen. Whether you’re rooting for the hero or the villain, you are hooked by the action-packed plot and the special effects that give you a sense of being transported to another world.

But what happens when the action-packed scenes in the movies aren’t enough? When you feel like you need more to keep yourself entertained?

Find out what happens when the star of the movie gets angry in the following scene.

Robert Pattinson’s Leash (When He Gets Angry)

While on the red carpet for the premiere of his latest film ‘Twilight Saga,’ Pattinson shows off his playful side in a funny interview with Entertainment Tonight. But, if you’ve seen the actor in interviews or on social media before, you know that he can get serious when talking about important issues. And he does so with his political campaigning in the United Kingdom. It’s fair to say that Britain may well become a second home to the actor after his wife, FKA Twigs, announced that she is Scottish.

Pattinson, 33, announced that he and his wife were tying the knot back in April, and on Monday, June 4, they will celebrate their wedding anniversary by renewing their vows in front of friends and family. The actor’s commitment to his wife and their political activism is something to be admired, particularly since the pair seem to have found their common ground in animal rights and environmental issues.

Pattinson recently told The Daily Telegraph that he and his wife have been influenced by watching videos of animals in circuses and zoos, which makes you wonder whether the star is finally finding the animal rights movement a welcoming home. If you’re a fan of the ‘Twilight Saga,’ then you know the actor is passionate about animals and passionate about politics.

But it’s not just about animals and political issues with Pattinson. The actor has been very vocal about the fashion industry’s mistreatment of animals, especially when it comes to fur. In an interview with The Independent, Pattinson bemoaned the treatment of animals in fashion, stating, “The thing is, people buy clothes because they want to feel a certain way. And often that has to do with being stylish, but with animals it’s not about that. We just want them to be happy.”

If you go back and watch the first two ‘Twilight’ films, you will see that Pattinson wore fur almost every single day of filming. The actor sported a full-length rabbit fur coat in the first film and a fox fur hat in the second. Even today, when you watch old Hollywood films, you will see a plethora of furs on the red carpet, and that’s something that probably won’t change anytime soon.

More Importantly, What Is Animal Rights?

So, if you’re interested in animal rights, then you might be wondering what they are exactly? Put yourself in the shoes of a typical person who has an opinion on animal rights, and picture a room of people talking about animal rights. Now, imagine that room is filled with a variety of viewpoints and ideas. Chances are, you’ll find that some people are more interested in veganism while others are more concerned with animal experimentation. Still others may feel that animals should be able to live in peace with humans.

Here’s where it gets tricky. People are passionate about their opinions on animal rights, and it often gets frustrating for non-activists who want to debate the topic. If you want to get into an argument about whether or not animals should be used for experimentation, then you’re going to end up in a tit-for-tat on social media somewhere. Or, you could wind up in a shouting match at an animal rights protest.

If you get tangled up in a conversation about this subject with a passionate animal rights activist, you may find that they have a laundry list of seemingly disconnected opinions and ideas about animal rights that they want to share with you. The best thing you can do if you want to learn more about this topic is to simply disengage and listen. This is a classic ‘scared/intimidated’ response that some people have when debating an unpopular opinion, and it’s generally accepted within a reasonable society that you shouldn’t have to be scared of someone you disagree with.

In the meantime, if you want to stay entertained, then watch the movie, and let the discussions about fashion and animal rights be held by others.