Entertainment Robert Pattinson was a dork growing up

01:06  06 january  2018
01:06  06 january  2018 Source:   BANG Showbiz

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Robert Pattinson was a '' dork '' growing up .The 31-year-old actor - who is best known for starring as Edward Cullen in the 'Twilight Saga' - admitted he used to play the fantasy role-playing board game Warhammer but he would always play

(Getty Images). Robert Pattinson may now be an international movie star with millions of adoring fans, but in a candid new interview, the actor admits he was a “ dork ” growing up and spent a lot of time alone.

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Robert Pattinson was a "dork" growing up.

The 31-year-old actor - who is best known for starring as Edward Cullen in the 'Twilight Saga' - admitted he used to play the fantasy role-playing board game Warhammer but he would always play by himself.

Speaking to W Magazine, Robert said: "Growing up, I was pretty much a dork. I really liked playing Warhammer, but I never actually figured out the rules. I just made up my own. So I never played with anybody else, because I was playing by my own rules. I was alone a lot."

Pattinson starred alongside on-screen and ex-girlfriend Kristen Stewart [Bella Swan] in the popular vampire saga, and whilst he enjoyed doing the first film because he was able to "create his own footprint" with his alter ego, the four subsequent movies made him want to "break out" of doing the same character.

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Robert Pattinson may have been alone this holiday season, but that does not mean that he is not used to solitude. Breakups with long-term girlfriends tend to be his forte and it looks like he is weathering this singledom well. “ Growing up , I was pretty much a dork ,” Robert said according to Just Jared.

On Thursday, Robert Pattinson called into On Air with Ryan Seacrest where he opened up about his life when he first moved to Los Angeles nine years ago. So all of us start with the Saved By The Bell cast and we try and grow from there."

In an interview with Deadline, he recently said: "When I came to doing the first 'Twilight', I actually felt I had a lot more control over my performance, because I didn't really realise what it was.

And that was because of Catherine Hardwicke, as well - she made it so malleable, which it can be when nobody knows what something is.

"I really liked doing all of those films, but on the first one I definitely felt like, because we hadn't set the footprint for the thing ... I feel like, as soon as you set a footprint your instinct immediately is to want to break out of it, and you can't."

There are too many reasons you can't just throw it all up in the air.

"The only hard thing about doing that series was doing the sequels."


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