Argumentative Robert Pattinson

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Twilight is the vampire film that cashed in big on the science fiction trend in Hollywood. Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner, Ashley Greene and Kellan Lutz all became household names as a result of this 2008 fantasy film. Stephenie Meyers is the author of the popular novels from which the movies are based. In this installment, a young girl named Bella (Stewart) is sent to live with her father in the rainy little town of Forks, Washington. Then she meets the mysterious and dazzling Edward Cullen (Pattinson), whose unlike any boy she's ever met. The two are swept up in a passionate romance, though it's quickly threatened when the Cullens' mortal vampire enemies come to Forks looking for Bella.
November 9th, 2011

Robert Pattinson "likes arguing" with people on movie sets.

The actor - best known for his portrayal of vampire Edward Cullen in 'The Twilight Saga' franchise - admits he prefers working on smaller films because things are quieter, but occasionally he enjoys a good spat.

He said: "I really approach things almost the exact same way until you're actually on the set. Smaller movies are great because you don't have to argue with so many people all the time. But really I kind of like arguing so there's a balance either way.

"With independent movies it's nice to see a director who's so pleased with it."

Although principally thought of as an actor, music is another of Robert's passions, but he admits he is cautious about wanting to do anything too serious because he knows he will be judged for it.

He added to moviesonline.ca: "With music, as soon as you put something out there, you're basically, really, because everyone judges it if you're an actor and you've made some money and stuff, you're basically only putting an album out there for people to judge it.

"I don't necessarily want people to judge it nor care what they say but also I know if I put an album out, the day it comes out I know I'm going to be on the internet looking at stuff and I'll probably shoot myself. So I don't know if it's worth shooting myself over."