Twilight" superstar Robert Pattinson has been conducting so many "Eclipse"-centric interviews lately, it's a wonder he actually remembers anything he says — let alone the countless articles that hang on his every word.
However, when MTV News caught up with him on the "Eclipse" premiere's black carpet Thursday night (June 24) to ask him about an article in which he'd been quoted as saying he's tired of all the "Twilight" work, Pattinson seemed to remember very clearly he had said nothing of the sort and quickly set the record straight.
"That's bullsh--!" Pattinson joked. "I hate reporters misquoting me, it's so annoying."
Of course, realizing he'd just used a naughty word during MTV's live feed from the premiere, he was quick to apologize for the blunder and cover his mouth.
Nonetheless, regarding his reportedly being "tired" of playing the world's most popular vampire, Pattinson denied it wholeheartedly: "Anyone who says they're tired of this is really crazy." Thinking about his life without "Twilight" reminds him of what he was doing before, "which was sitting around doing nothing." (Aside from his role in "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire," of course.)
"I love doing the movies," Pattinson insisted. "I like all the people. I've had a great time on all of them. The cast is great."
When asked to put into words what he'll feel when the series comes to an end in a couple of years, the teen heartthrob said simply, "It's just weird. They've become so much a part of my life, it's like divorcing someone. I guess Ill see. Maybe it will be great!"