Comparing her fame to that of the British actor, Olivia says Robert is like a "frog-in-boiling-water" and she hopes he "will survive".
GQ Magazine's October 2009 cover model Olivia Wilde says in an interview with the publication that she tends to compare nowadays sought-after actor Robert Pattinson to a "frog-in-boiling-water", especially when it comes to his popularity. Comparing her own fame to that of the "Twilight" leading actor, the actress explains, "Robert Pattinson jumped in boiling water and has stayed in it, and hopefully will survive."
She goes on stating, "Whereas I entered the water when it was cold, and it's been slowly heating up - a slooooow boil. Maybe I won't realize when it's getting dangerous." Though so, Olivia insists she doesn't envy the British hunk.
In further interview, the 25-year-old beauty also shares a bit about her marriage to husband of more than six years, Italian Prince Tao Ruspoli. She says, "There were times when people thought it would really hurt me. People said I shouldn't be married, or lie about being married, or I should be married to a movie star or rock star."
Asked to comment on her image that has been changing, Olivia reveals, "I'm definitely at this point now where things are shifting, they're changing very fast. The only role I really don't understand is this recent sort of 'sexiest-vixen' thing. It doesn't feel like me, doesn't feel natural."
In companion to her interview and cover shot, Olivia Wilde also poses for photo spread featured inside GQ Magazine. The shots, most of which show the beauty posing in various bikinis, are taken by Peggy Sirota.