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Robert Pattinson Admits He'll 'Make Stuff Up' In Interviews

Robert Pattinson Admits He'll 'Make Stuff Up' In Interviews
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His lies go back as far as 2009.

Robert Pattinson, best known for his roles at Edward Cullen in Twilight and Bruce Wayne in The Batman has shared a secret strategy he uses in interview-- "just make something."

You might remember some of Pattinson's chaotic interviews, like when he told the Metro that he got rid of his stalker by taking her out to dinner and boring her to tears. Or that infamous GQ interview from 2020 where he nearly burned down his kitchen trying to "make a pasta which you can hold in your hand."

Well, it turns out those stories — along with the many, many other strange headlines floating around — may not be true.

In his GQ cover profile, he said he'd occasionally "just make something up "during interviews" just to say something.

But his words have come back to bite him. For example, he told Extra back in 2009 that he doesn't wash his hair, and the false admission haunts him to this day.

At the time, he said,

"It's like, I don't clean my apartment 'cause I don't care. I have my apartment for sleeping in, and I have my hair for just, you know, hanging out on my head. I don't care if it's clean or not."

Previously, he backtracked on his claim that he wasn't working out in preparation for The Batman and clarified that he'd been "in a lower gear of working out" at the time.

"I just always think it's really embarrassing to talk about how you're working out," he told MovieMaker.
"I think it's like an English thing. Unless you are in the most unbelievable shape, where people are just genuinely curious, going, 'How have you achieved, like, physical perfection?' or whatever," he continued.

However, Pattinson surprisingly doubled down on the previously mentioned pasta interview as truth. He said,

"But I was fully, actually trying to make that pasta. ... Like I was literally in talks with frozen-food factories and hoped that that article would be the proof of concept."

Well, we might have to start taking everything Pattinson says with a grain of salt from now on, but we can't wait to see what kinds of wild stories he comes up with during the press tour for The Batman.

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