Brady corbet dating
He has made guest appearances on many television shows.
He made his feature film directorial debut with The Childhood of a Leader and won Best Debut film and Best Director award at 72nd Venice International Film Festival.
He also said that he quite enjoyed being spat on in an erotic way. So, I was sitting there with Jimmy, and that story I said the day before suddenly seemed not funny at all. He mentioned his nerves then, too, saying he got so jumpy before auditions that he took a Xanax before the final Twilight one, only he overdid it, and showed up all drowsy. You have to hand it to him: not a lot of movie stars would pitch up at a reporter's house like this, and subject themselves to questioning. There's something of the eccentric about him, the scatterbrained professor, away in his thoughts. The one thing he might have done himself was drive here.
And later, there's a crime drama by the French director Olivier Assayas, co-starring Robert De Niro..
"It's about the youth of a future dictator in the Thirties," he says.
He doesn't seem the nervous type, Robert Pattinson. Yes, Robert Pattinson is in my house, having a beer while I putz around with the grill, a scenario that probably ought to feel weirder than it does. It was some cattle call press junket for the last Twilight movie. I brought it up about 50 times in the interviews, too." This time, I suggested we try something a bit more congenial. After all, he's a bloke from Barnes, south-west London, at the end of the day, 28 years old. His people said it was too public: Barnes or not, he's still Robert Pattinson. Isn't that what celebrities do, wear ski masks to Starbucks and so on? These days, just making a phone call is exhausting." He's not the practical type, let's say.
He always looks so calm, in the face of all those screaming girls. "On all those talk shows you have to do a pre-interview with some producer the day before. I thought, 'Oh my God, I'm starting to drool.' So, I made up this stupid story about having heavy saliva, and Jimmy's face just went, 'What the fuck are you talking about? It's a mumbled kind of laugh, full of self-deprecation and restraint. He was holed up in a sterile hotel suite in Beverly Hills, and I was one of a trillion journalists he met that day. They baulked: Robert really doesn't go out much, and when he does, he just goes to other people's houses. I said, come to my house, I'll put the beers on ice and grill up some lunch. And now here he is, this tall and entirely affable Englishman in a white T-shirt and black jeans, petting my dogs and making pleasant remarks about the neighbourhood. The other day, he tried opening a bottle with his i Phone; now he can't turn off its speakerphone.
Following his big-screen debut, Corbet starred as Alan Tracy, the youngest son of a billionaire ex-astronaut (played by Bill Paxton) in Thunderbirds (2004), Jonathan Frakes' live-action movie based on the British TV series of the mid-1960s. In 2004, California filmmaker Gregg Araki cast him opposite Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the director's eighth film, Mysterious Skin.