The actor hasn't found the right role yet
The actor, who shot to fame as vampire Edward Cullen in the hugely popular saga, admits he’d have to consider if he wanted to commit the time to do an epic film series again.
‘It’s waiting for the right director,’ Rob, 28, explained.
‘Nothing has come up. That’s not saying I don’t want to do it, but blockbusters take a really long time to shoot as well so I think you have to really, really, really want to do it.’
Robert Pattinson has mainly done less mainstream films since the final Twilight flick, Breaking Dawn – Part 2, was released in 2012.
He’s honest about the fact that roles on offer in bigger movies usually don’t excite him as much as those in more independent projects.
‘There’s a lot of pressure and you just don’t get that many interesting parts in big movies, especially for young guys,’ the Brit star told Hello!
‘It’s just the same thing every time.’
When the first Twilight film was released in 2008, Robert Pattinson was catapulted to stardom alongside co-star and then girlfriend Kristen Stewart.
But it wasn’t the first time he’d been part of a worldwide phenomenon. The heartthrob actor played Cedric Diggory in 2005 movie Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire, though it was a relatively small role.
Rob might be open-minded about doing another blockbuster but he’s previously admitted that working on Twilight was pretty tough due to the challenges of playing a composed vampire.
‘It was quite a constricting character, in a way,’ he told The Hollywood Reporter.
‘You want to make [him] as dramatic as possible, but you have someone who never loses his temper, and so it’s like: “How the f*ck do you do this?”
‘I think that was one of the hardest jobs I’ve ever done.’