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Robert Pattinson talks High Life and Christopher Nolan Project

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USA Today recently spoke to Rob in the lead up to the release of High Life and this is what Rob had to say about his latest Christopher Nolan Project:

The actor says he’s “sworn to secrecy” about the project, which has been described as a “massive, innovative action blockbuster.” 

“I got locked in a room to read the script – I don’t have it myself,” he says. “I’ve been a little wary of doing big movies for years and years, but there’s just something about Chris Nolan’s stuff. He seems like the only director now who can do what is essentially a very personal, independent movie that has huge scale. I read the script and it’s unreal.”

Rob obviously also talked about High Life. Check out an extract below, but you can read the full article by clicking on the hyperlink above:

When Pattinson read writer/director Claire Denis’ script for the first time, “I was like, ‘Wait a second? What is this?’ ” he says with a laugh. “I was fascinated. I knew it was going to spark a conversation.” 

In reality, the room constructed on the set “sort of looked like a public toilet with a dildo chair,” he adds. “I was like, ‘Claire, this is quite a literal interpretation of a sex box.’ The art department spent a lot of time in sex shops getting various objects for it.” 

Pattinson, 32, was drawn to the story because “it presented itself as a puzzle,” he says. “You had to sort of feel your way through it without really knowing what the exact rules of the script were.” 

“I used to play gigs all the time and have always said I’d love to again,” Pattinson says. “But there’s a strange stigma with actors trying to do music, and it is something quite frightening to me. I’ve learned how to deal with criticism in film, but I’m very vulnerable to it in music. I don’t know whether I’m willing to take the hits – I prefer to have an audience of one or two (friends).” 

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