Rob talks about playing a vampire for so long, what he plans to do after the Saga, the press, and more!
I’ve only pulled a couple of my favorite parts to this interview below. If you’d like to read the interview in its entirety, head on over to RPLife.
Rob talks about strong women and missing filming in Vancouver
Edward choose a strong partner to accompany the rest of his life, do you like strong women?
RP: I was raised in a house full of women, who are all very strong… if you only have sisters and you are the smallest you’ll always end in minority.
Now that is over. What are the little things you’ll miss of the set of the Twilight Saga?
RP: There’s a place to eat, Shawarmas in Vancouver. It’s incredibly good, it’s something I’m going to miss, and the worst thing is that I don’t even know where it is because, there was always other people who brought the food (laughs). Also breaded chicken strips in Hotel Room services(laughs).
Rob talks about seeing The Hunger Games & its comparison to Twilight
Are you a fan of The Hunger Games?
RP: I began to see the movie a couple of days ago and I haven’t finished, but it’s great. No resemblance at all to what I thought it was. Not exactly what I expected but it certainly is different. It’s interesting. It’s kind of fun that people promote it as the new Twilight, because it does not come close to what it is.
Rob talks about the press and what human quality he respects after playing a vampire
Do you like to read what the press writes about you?
RP: Yeah, but sometimes I look like a fool in this invent things. Some time ago I read in a magazine that I was getting married to Kristen. This explained how I had proposed marriage. Apparently I took her to a beach and we were both in flowing robes and I played a song on my guitar. I hope that if I had proposed to her like that she told me no (laughs). It’s shameful, not only because they invented something but because it also made me look like the biggest idiot in the world (laughs). Why can they not invent that I proposed in a spaceship or something more fun?
What human quality you appreciate more after playing a vampire for so long?
RP: I kinow that there is only an amount of time for doing things, I don’t like the idea of infinity. I have to have a reason to get up in the mornings. Maybe it’s a little depressing to think about it that way but that’s what I think.
Curious answer to ending our interview; considering Kristen told us almost the same thing when we made this question a while ago.