Friday, April 9, 2010

Robert Pattinson Is 'No Role Model" (and he shouldnt have to be)

I DONT LIKE THIS ARTICLE BUT I HAVE TO AGREE WHY PUT THE PRESSURE OF BEING A ROLE MODEL ON THE ACTORS OR ANYONE FAMOUS? ARE PARENTS THAT LAZY TO NOT WANT TO BE THE ONE TO TEACH THEIR KIDS? AGAIN I DONT LIKE WAT THEY SAY ABOUT HIM OR HOW THEY QUOTED HIM, THEY MAKE HIM SOUND MEAN AND WE ALL KNOW HE IS NOT!

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Robert Pattinson has confessed he has no desire to be a role model.

The actor, who shot to fame playing vampire Edward Cullen in the Twilight Saga has revealed that he doesn't want to be a role model and its down to children's parents to teach their kids.

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Speaking to Contactmusic, R-Pattz said: "That's the least of my concerns. I think it's so ridiculous, people putting pressure on the arts. I think parents should be the ones who teach kids."

"The more you try to hide things like that, the more exciting and appealing they are. The abstinence movement is only a reaction to everybody being so obsessed with sex for the past 20 years or so."

He added: "It's crazy to think that young people, when their hormones are most raging, are suddenly like, 'Oh, I don't want any of that."

Pattinson, who is rumoured to be Courtney Love's first choice to play late-hubby Kurt Cobain in a new biopic has also revealed that his new found fame has made him loose his friends.

The Remember Me star said that his only pal is his guitar in an honest interview with The Sun. He said: ‘I'm comforted by my guitar - my true companion that travels everywhere with me."

He continued: "I didn't need this in the past, until I got back to London and found out I had lost my whole social life. It's tough maintaining it when you don't speak to anyone for over a year. I am now trying to get back in touch with some friends through Skype."

R-Pattz, who is currently dating co-star Kristen Stewart also confessed he finds it difficult to make new friends stating: "Being well known is a real burden. I'm less open and have noticed that I'm actually getting paranoid."

"If people push themselves on me I find it gruelling and repulsive.If I even think someone wants to approach me I feel the need to scream, "What do you want of me."

He added: "'Then later I think, "What if this person only wanted to be nice?"'

Poor old R-Pattz!


FROM UK MTV

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