USA TODAY NETWORK: Robert Pattinson: 'I can guarantee you, at the end of the day, I’m an angel'
One of the things I’m kind of proud of is pretty much every single decision I’ve made, I feel like I sort of made them for the right reason. I really thought the parts and the experiences were going to be really interesting to me, and they have been. No regrets whatsoever.
The only thing I’m trying to aim for is if when you have a movie come out, you get to a point where people are expecting a surprise. Those are the performers I like, when you go and watch a musician or an actor or anything and you don’t know what to expect at all. There’s no real consistency in any kind of archetype or anything. That’s the only thing I’m really trying to head for.
I don’t think anybody is necessarily 100 percent bad, but at the same time I kind of like playing characters I wouldn’t necessarily sympathize with in reality myself. It’s just interesting. What I find most interesting is when someone tries to justify someone’s supposedly bad action. They’ll invariably say, “Oh, it’s because this happened to them and this happened to them.” But I generally like to find a character who you literally don’t understand why they’re doing what they’re doing. I think as soon as you define something, it’s boring. It’s like establishing if you’re in love with someone or not. If you could define all the details of why you’re in love with someone, you’re probably not in love with them.
I loved movies before I even knew what acting was, or even considered it. It just becomes quite satisfying as the years go by, thinking you’re going to make one of the movies which I used to like as a teenager.
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