Robert Pattinson appeared on Nightline Monday night and opened up about Twilight, the best part of a relationship... and dying at 30?
Auditioning for Twilight was a very stressful experience for Rob. So much so, that he stole some Valium to make it through it.
"I knew it was going to be a long audition because I was doing a screen test and it was at the director's house," he explained to Nightline. "Twenty minutes before I had to leave, I suddenly started panicking. Luckily, the person I was staying with had enough Valium on their bedside table. I stole it. Probably one of the best decisions I've ever made."
Now he's beginning for more time on screen!
"That was the most frustrating thing about the last one, I was just kind of straight on green screen, and I did it all in about two days at the end," Rob said of Twilight Saga: New Moon.
And now, just like his fans, he can't get enough of it!
As the story progresses so does the sexual tension between Rob and his love interest Kristen Stewart.
"If there was a hard and fast decision by both of them saying, 'We're going to remain virgins our entire life,' it's never going to happen," Rob said. "I don't think it would be a popular series. Anyone who likes the books, they all think they're really sexy. They just like that moment, the kind of tipping point before it goes over. Everybody likes that. That's the best part of a relationship."
We agree and can't way to see it play out!
It seems like Rob's career is only getting better, but that makes him worried.
"I guess I just thought if too many good things happen, then you're going to die at 30," he confessed. "I was like, 'I didn't want that to happen.'"
And since good things keep happening to him?
"Yeah, so probably I'm going to die at 30," Rob said. "Actually, it's God saying, 'You shouldn't have asked for too much.'"
Watch Rob's interview below!