The bad news just keeps on coming.
Yesterday we broke the news that One Direction’s Harry Styles wants to shave his head, and now we have to be the ones to tell you that Twilight heartthrob Robert Pattinson doesn’t want to do anymore teen films.
Next you’ll be telling us Westlife have split up…
Anyway, Robert has admitted that he’s done with teen films because he’s simply run out of inspiration for playing characters like Twilight’s Edward Cullen.
Surely you just have to be stroppy, right?
“You get to the point where you’re like, ‘I don’t want to do a film for a teen audience anymore,’” Robert said.
“Playing the same part for a while, you just run out of ideas.
“I kind of got to the end of my inspiration.”
The fifth and final Twilight film is due out in November.
R-Pattz worried over new film Cosmopolis
See. This is what happens when you do grown-up films…
R-Pattz has admitted he spent two weeks worrying about playing billionaire Wall Street CEO Eric Packer in Cosmopolis.
He locked himself in his hotel room for a fortnight before filming began. Luckily, the film’s director David Cronenberg managed to calm him down.
“The preparation; I kind of spent two weeks in my hotel room worrying and confusing myself. I remember the weekend before we started shooting, I called David to talk to him about it, to ask him one question like, ‘Want to talk about the movie for a bit?’
“So then I went round to David's house and he said, ‘It doesn't really matter. Let's just start, then something will happen.’ I think Eric Packer's impossible to approach like you would a normal character.”
Robert also said he didn’t want to alter any of the script, because the way it was written felt like lyrics from a song that didn’t need changing.
“What I liked about the script initially was its lyricism and just the rhythms of it. I mean, normally when you do a movie, you can kind of blur the lines and you can make it your own. But with this, I didn't want to change a single word, not even the punctuation.
“That made it easier, it's like you're doing a song instead of a movie. It was interesting, it freed you up. If you're trying to do something in a cerebral way, it becomes about ego and it's silly at that point. Actors aren't supposed to be intelligent.”
Cosmopolis hits UK cinemas 15 June.