Robert Pattinson can’t believe he was in hand and foot print ceremony

Washington: Robert Pattinson still can’t believe that he had the honour of putting up his hand and foot prints in cement outside the landmark Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles.

He says that he used to wander among fellow stars’ hand and footprints at the famous boulevard when he first came to LA.

“I stayed at the Magic Castle the first few times when I came to L.A. when I was 17. I used to walk down to Hollywood Boulevard all the time,” Contactmusic quoted Pattinson as saying.

Pattinson, along with his Twilight co-stars Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart, was part of the hand and foot printing ceremony on November 3.

“I was totally unemployable and it wasn’t in the realm of any kind of understanding (that I would do this) and it still isn’t at all. I don’t really feel like I’ve even done it,” the actor said.

“I feel like there’s this wave that happened, where I’m just on it. I may have a personal connection to it 20 years from now... It represents something amazing and it’s totally ridiculous. I don’t even know how to feel about it. It’s just kind of mind blowing,” he added.

The moment wasn’t completely perfect as he stepped inside his own handprint and now it will remain that way forever.

“I was kind of embarrassed when I did it because I messed it up. I stood on my own handprints and it’s the one hand print which is now messed up,” he said.