Robert Pattinson confesses that he lives in fear of humiliation when taking on his roles

Robert Pattinson is one of the most recognized actors in the film industry, who would rise to international fame thanks to giving life to Edward Cullen in the “Twilight” saga.

But he has also demonstrated his great acting ability in films like “The Lighthouse” or “The Batma’, despite this the actor confesses that he still has a great fear of humiliation when giving life to a character.

“I have a very, very deep fear of humiliation, besides, you know it depends on you. You can say it’s a shitty script or the director is an idiot or blah blah blah, but at the end of the day, no one will care about the reasons.

It was in an interview with comedian Jordan Firstman where he also points out that the responsibility falls on the actor and the public will not be interested in the effort you made, even if it was the maximum.
“You’re the one everyone is going to say is stupid. And the vast majority of people will say that you are a fool even when you did the best you could.”

The actor has earned a place among the most famous actors in Hollywood, but he confesses that looking for it is something that causes too much stress.

He also talks about his love for independent cinema and his fear that it receives almost no support due to how uncommercial it is on certain occasions.