Robert Pattinson recently did something he usually avoids like the plague. He talked about his relationship with Kristen Stewart. Not only did the usually tight-lipped Pattinson dish on the possible effects of Robsten's real life romance on their on-screen chemistry, he also opened up about how his lady-love has changed since they first met.
Interestingly, RPattz doesn't think KStew has changed much at all in the past four years. In fact, he says she always possessed the quality that, for him, seemed to define her personalityÂ—her confidence. Or as Rob so inimitably put it, her balls.
"These days everyone's talking about how much she's changed...and I don't think she changed at all," Rob explained. "Even when we were shooting the first Twilight movie, she argued with the director, the producers and told them exactly what she wanted to do. She always had balls. She didn't change much, she just got older. She always had the necessary self-confidence, a lot of people just didn't notice that at the beginning."
When asked if Robsten's real life romance made it easier or more difficult for him and La Stewart to perform together on screen, Rob kept his reply oddly genericÂ—almost impersonal.
"It doesn't mean anything," he replied elliptically. "Okay, it doesn't hurt that we like each other. But there are times when two actors hate each other and still can work together perfectly. What you see on the screen is a lot of times totally different from the real life. Of course it's not ideal, if you hate each other. But your relationship doesn't matter anyway, it's neither an advantage nor a disadvantage because the two have nothing to do with each other."
Hmmm. Sounds like Robert Pattinson "doth protest too much." Could it be that their personal life has had an effect on their working relationship over the yearsÂ—and/or vice versaÂ—and Rob simply didn't want to discuss it? Or was he afraid La Stewart would be hurt or angered by his reply? Of course, the real question isÂ—how would Kristen Stewart have answered the same questions?
What do you think?
Â© Hope Carson 2012