Robert Pattinson went into an ''oblivion of guilt'' when he heard 'Twilight' fans camped out for up to five days to see him at the premiere of 'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse' in Los Angeles.
Robert Pattinson feels guilty 'Twilight' fans camped out for days to see him at the Los Angeles premiere of 'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse'.
The 24-year-old actor - who plays vampire Edward Cullen in the movie series - didn't know how to react when he heard people had been sleeping outside as early as last Saturday (19.06.10) to catch a glimpse of him last night (24.06.10).
Speaking at the premiere, which was held at the Nokia Theatre, Robert said: "They've been camping out. Some of them have been camping out since Saturday, apparently.
"I spiral into this oblivion of guilt whenever they say that because I don't know what to do. All I can do is sign."
The British star admitted he wouldn't be out late to enjoy the fun of the premiere as he had to work today (25.06.10).
He revealed: "I have to work tomorrow (Friday). I have got a 5am start on a film - 'Water For Elephants'."
Discussing the impending end of the movie franchise - only the two-part 'Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn' is left in the series - Robert said: "I like all the people that I work with and I guess I'm going to miss all the crowds as well."
Robert was not the only major cast member to tread the special black carpet for the event.
Kristen joked she wasn't enjoying the glitzy event because of the size of her high heels.
She said: "I'm ready to go inside, but only because my feet hurt."