Here are the ‘Water for Elephants’ bits of the chat.
1. Your character in Water for Elephants share something with your character in Twilight, love. Jacob wants to offer a better life Reese’s character even if it means sacrificing himself. What would you be willing to do for love?
It depends. It is a difficult question. Love usually flows freely, with some exceptions.
2. Hi Rob, first I’d like to welcome you to our country. I read the book “water for elephants” over the weekend, fell in love with the character your portray and the story. One of my biggest concerns is whether the script was closely adapted from the book or have there been big changes made. Best regards from a twilight-mom, fan of yours and of Edward Cullen. Hope you have a good time these days and you take away good memories of our country.
I think it’s very close. There are a couple of characters in the book that are not in the script. And there are good changes in my opinion. The book tells of a rather dark circus, but the circus of the film is brighter with more light.
3. Having been presenting “Water for Elephants” in various cities around the world, where have you encountered the roudiest fans? the most affectionate? Thank you very much, I admire your work, your smile and your sympathy. Do not change 🙂
Certainly there are many differences. Speaking of fans in Spain, they get very excited and transmit a lot of energy.
9. The first thing to greet you and congratulate you on your success, I think you’re a great actor and professional. In this new film, Water for Elephants Have you ever had a scene that for a moment thought I was going to be impossible to interpret? Maybe a stunt, or a scene that made you feel personally uncomfortable. Thank you very much Robert.
The final scene in the script seemed totally impossible. It took a long time to shoot.
15. Hi Rob! Congratulations on your latest work. Does the experience of working with two Oscar-winning actors (Christoph Waltz and Reese Witherspoon), demanded a higher level of acting? Have you noticed parallels between the life as a Hollywood actor and your performance in a nomadic circus? Thank you very much and good luck with your future projects.
Yes I always try to make things as best I can. Working with great actors makes, stimulates you to be a better actor.. get more out of you.
20. What animal did you find it easier and more difficult to work with? “And which one would you take home? I love your work, I’m looking forward to seeing “Water for Elephants” with just the trailer I know that I love it. Greetings from Sevilla.Inma.
I think the elephant was the easiest. I would take him home. It was hard to work with the dog because he fell asleep every few minutes …
You can read the full chat at Robert Pattinson News. 🙂