Robert Pattinson is featured in USA Today in a candid interview discussing his new pup, Water for Elephants, Breaking Dawn, and Twitter.
Here’s a part of the interview:
Sipping on coffee with milk on a sunny morning at the Four Seasons, Pattinson describes attempts to housebreak the “German shepherdy-mix” he recently adopted from a shelter in Louisiana. “He’s called Bear,” Pattinson says matter-of-factly.On Breaking Dawn:
“I was trying to potty-train him to go on the balcony of the hotel room,” he says. “It was so windy in Vancouver, the door slammed in his face, and I was just like, nooo.” He sighs: Before Bear was adopted, the pup was found in a trash can outside a bar and has since almost had a run-in with a wolf and a seagull in Vancouver. “He’s got a door phobia anyway.”
He just wrapped Breaking Dawn‘s final chapter. “It’s completely nuts,” he says. “There are some days on set just watching you go, ‘How is this going to be PG-13?’ ” He laughs. “The whole first movie is like a straight-up horror film.”Summit Entertainment is releasing Breaking Dawn, Part 1 this November, but Part 2 will not be released until November 2012. Meaning, no matter what other projects Pattinson takes on, the fandom and furor that surround the franchise are Pattinson’s to keep until roughly early 2013.Would he do a franchise again? “Only if I could have a lot of say in the development of it,” he replies, noting the “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” creative mentality of the series.The spotlight is just as hotly focused on Pattinson’s relationship with girlfriend and Twilight series co-star Kristen Stewart, 21. “I try my best to avoid it happening by never being seen or not saying anything stupid in interviews, but it doesn’t seem to matter,” he says of the rumors and headlines about them.
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