Robert Pattinson Doesn't Want a Girlfriend

March 12, 2009 By:
Robert Pattinson Doesn't Want a Girlfriend

'Twilight' star Rob Pattinson graces the April 2009 cover of GQ magazine.

The young star confesses that he not only doesn't watch his own movies, he's not concerned with getting more acting gigs, and doesn't want a girlfriend. Sorry to disappoint ladies! But here are some highlights from the interview:

Robert on his future:
“I’m not massively concerned about doing lots of acting jobs. If it all just went, right now, I’d be like, ‘All right. I don’t really care.’ That’s probably a stupid thing to say. But I don’t, really.”

Robert on how he got his 'Twilight' role:

“I took half a Valium and then went into this thing —and all this stuff happened,” he says. “It was the first time I’ve ever taken Valium. A quarter. A quarter of a Valium. I tried to do it for another audition, and it just completely backfired — I was passing out.”

Robert on endless rumors of his love life:
“There’s literally not a single [true] story that could be written about me. There’s this thing about my supposed girlfriend. There’s this one girl who’s consistently mentioned. It’s like, ‘He’s dating this Brazilian model.’ … What’s her name — Annelyse. I’ve never met her.”

Robert on watching himself on film:
He took his mom to the American Twilight premiere, squirmed through the first ten minutes, then made a B-line to the back exit. “I went out and sat in the car,” he says, “having a full-blown panic attack.”

Robert on photos of him and Camila Belle taking a walk:
“That’s the extent of it. I mean, Camilla’s the nicest — she’s a saint.” But they’re just friends. “I don’t see people. I don’t even have people’s phone numbers. I almost don’t want to have a girlfriend, in this environment.”