Robert Pattinson praises his "Harry Potter" co-stars because they know best how to deal with spotlight; that is, by "ignoring everything and just living their normal lives".
Dealing with the constant attention that the media has been giving him, Robert Pattinson says he is impressed by his "Harry Potter" co-stars who know best how to deal with the spotlight. "I think the way the kids from Harry Potter are dealing with fame is by ignoring everything and just living their normal lives as much as they can," MyPARK Magazine quotes him as telling YOU magazine.
"That has really worked for them. They're all very sane," the British hunk continues saying before then referring to Daniel Radcliffe as an obvious example. "I think Daniel lives in the same house he grew up in London. You can just see he has matured. He just wants to do good work. There's nothing else to it," he praises the "Harry Potter" leading actor.
Robert at last comes to conclusion as how he has to deal with his celebrity status, saying, "You don't have to be in L.A. Well, sometimes you do but you don't have to go to clubs and stuff."
Prior to his acting breakthrough in hit vampire flick "Twilight", Robert Pattinson scored the role of Cedric Diggory in the "Harry Potter" film franchise, "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire". And concerning the success of "Twilight," he has been billed to reprise his role as Edward Cullen in its sequel, titled "New Moon." The movie is set for November 20, 2009 U.S. release date.