Actor Robert Pattinson, best known for his role of Edward Cullen in the “Twilight” franchise, says in his acting career, he has played parts that were quite reactive and passive.
Pattinson didn’t know anything about his role when he joined the 2017 film “Good Time” and became a part of the project because of directors Ben Safdie and Josh Safdie, reports.
“There was no role when I first signed up to it, no script or anything. I just really like the trailer to the directors’s previous movie (‘Heaven Knows What’),” Pattinson said.
“I’ve played a lot of parts that are quite reactive, and quite passive. I just wanted to play a part which was really on the front foot, and also didn’t have any shame, or any fear.
“I think it’s just my own insecurities, or whatever, I want to find someone who doesn’t have them, and be like, okay, if I just hold onto the train, the train will go through the wall, and everything will be fine,” he added.