Robert Pattinson claims he is ''so bad'' at auditioning and was terrified he wouldn't get the role in his upcoming drama, 'The Rover.'
Robert Pattinson claims he is ''so bad'' at auditioning.
The 'Twilight Saga' actor - who recently admitted he doesn't know if he has an audience outside the popular franchise - was afraid he wouldn't get the lead role in his upcoming drama, 'The Rover,' because he still gets nervous in front of casting directors.
The 27-year-old British star said: ''I'm so bad at auditioning and I was terrified that I wasn't going to get it.''
Despite his high profile and huge success, producers made Robert fight for the role in the Australian film, which tells the story of a ruthless ex-soldier who tracks down the men who stole his only valuable possession, alongside Guy Pearce.
He told 'ET Canada' at the Cannes International Film Festival: ''I really, really fought for it.''
Once he landed the role, the heartthrob relaxed.
He explained: ''It's a character that doesn't really have any constraints, it's not really specified where he's from or what his desires are, or really what his mental state is, and I felt really relaxed doing it because you could just do whatever you wanted basically.''
Robert says the movie helped boost his confidence.
He explained: ''I felt for a second that I kind of knew what I was doing a little bit. Because I just sort of fell into acting, I've never really felt like that before.''
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