The smouldering Twi-star has revealed still struggles with his success, and wishes he could go out and about unnoticed.
Smouldering Twilight star Robert Pattinson has opened up on life under the spotlight, revealing all on how he still struggles with his success, and how fame has made him paranoid.
Since hitting the big time as Edward Cullen in the Twilight films, Rob says life has become far more difficult – especially in the US – where he can’t leave the house without being hounded by fans and paparazzi
‘I can’t do anything in America,’ he told Ok!, adding that, thankfully, he can still go around relatively unnoticed in London.
‘It’s changed more in America. I always thought it would’ve by now in London, but it hasn’t really.’
R-Patz revealed he deliberately doesn’t visit celebrity hotspots, and tries to avoid being snapped while out and about, branding fame chasing stars ‘boring’ and ‘delusional’.
‘Anyone who likes going out and having their photo taken all the time, to me, seems an incredibly boring person or very delusional.’
And while acknowledging the upside of fame (more film roles) the star admitted that his popularity does make him paranoid.
‘You want to take control of it all the time and it’s impossible,’ he said. ‘It’s nice sometimes. You do get kind of paranoid, but it allows me to do the films I want to do.’