With Twilight: Breaking Dawn marking the last edition to the Twilight Saga, Robert Pattinson says Water for Elephants feels like a big stepping stone
Robert Pattinson's run as Twi-boy Edward Cullen may be coming to an end, but the brooding 24-year-old is having no problems scoring the big roles, and revealed at Sunday's Golden Globes that filming Water for Elephants has been an exciting new step for him.
Speaking to MTV US on the red carpet, R-Patz said of working on the circus drama: "It felt like a big movie when I was doing it and it felt totally different from doing something within the Twilight world, because now it just seems so familiar, the Twilight stuff. It's just like going to a normal job, doing that."
Playing a smouldering vampire has clearly become second nature to Rob, but we're sure he found it just as easy to ace his new roles as a mortal heartthrob in Bel Ami and Water For Elephants, too!