Robert Pattinson not averse to a possible return of his famous Twilight character
Robert Pattinson may be franchise-free now, but that could change, if Lionsgate gets its way. An executive from the studio, which distributed the Twilight films, recently said "there are a lot more stories to be told" in the series, assuming author Stephenie Meyer is keen.
When the Huff Post spoke to Pattinson, he seemed kind of into it.
"Really?" he asked. He then thrust his hands into the air and yelped in faux-enthusiasm: "Yes!"
So, that's a "no thanks," right?
"Well, you never know," he said, backtracking. "It did inspire me at the time. And, really, it's kind of awesome. It's the way people interpret it. People would excuse you for not taking something seriously if it becomes this mainstream thing and everyone's fiending. I took it just as seriously — more seriously — than other things I've done."
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He also said that he tends to live in his own world at times and admitted to being pretty oblivious about things around him. According to him he did not have anything to say for years.
"I still don't really have anything to say," Pattinson said.