Robert Pattinson describes behaviour of Twilight fans as ‘weird’
London: Robert Pattinson has revealed that he is struggling to cope with the drawbacks of fame, more so because of his ‘weird’ ‘Twilight’ fans.
"It is weird. You have to wonder - what do they want?,” a newspaper quoted Pattison as saying in his latest interview with Vanity Fair.
"I can`t really understand it even now. It does have an angle which is attached to something quite primal in girls. I guess people want it to define them, like, ``I`m a Twilight fan``. That`s crazy to me."
The London-born star does not have a permanent home. "I`m afraid of buying a house or anything because if there`s one paparazzo outside for one day, then they`ll never leave... the best way to deal with it is to move around all the time.
"It`s funny now, trying to socialise with people. There`s this cautiousness about people which I just find really weird. Or I`ll be walking down the street and people will be like, ``---- you!`` And I get a lot of people wanting to beat me up. Men in bars and stuff. I just leave," he added.