Sunday, July 4, 2010

Rob about cooking and clubs

“In London recently, my hotel had really good room service and I just ate the same thing every day — chicken tikka!” he said.

“I crave a home-cooked meal sometimes, but I only know how to make a piece of toast.”

The British star also admitted spending so much time staying in hotels has made him lazy.

“Hotels have made me more lazy, you can throw the towel on the floor and someone picks it up, and there’s a mini bar,” he said.

The actor — who first found fame playing Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire — also spoke about how much he enjoyed fame before the Twilight Saga made him a global superstar.

“There was a really good period just before the first Twilight film came out and I went to an LA club and said, ‘Rob Pattinson — I think I’m on someone’s guest list,’ and he said, ‘Oh, it’s fine’,” Rob reclalled.

“It’s strange, you’ve been refused entry to everywhere for years and all of a sudden all the doors are open to you. Then, four months later, you don’t even want to go to clubs!”

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