Once Upon a time a house in Los Angeles touched by the magic wand of good luck. There lived five young aspiring actors who dreamed of succeeding on the big screen. Over time, not one, not two, but all five became stars, rising to the top of Hollywood for years to come.
We are talking about Andrew Garfield, Eddie Redmayne, Charlie Cox, Jamie Dornan and Robert Pattinson. In 2008, the five British performers lived under the same roof while trying to break into the industry. The five often went to the same castings and fought for the same roles, but time wanted them all to become famous and end up succeeding as actors.
Years later, they remain good friends, although apparently the group had an outcast, Pattinson. At least that’s what the actor from ‘The Batman’ recently said in an interview. “Actually I wasn’t his roommate. They were, and I was always the last to be invited.”told ET at the premiere of the DC movie in early March, “They invited me at the last minute. When there was a piece of pizza left I said, is there anything left for me?’“.
Knowing Pattinson, it is clear that his statements carry his joke load, but even so, the media wanted to know if what he says is true, for which they went to Jamie Dornan in search of his version of events. During the Critics’ Choice Awards red carpet, ET asked the ‘Belfast’ actor if it was true that Pattinson was always the last to be invited, to which he said no and added a bit of context: “Robert was more successful than us before, so we were wondering if he was a good fit for us.. Because we weren’t working and he was working all the time. He did ‘Twilight’ and suddenly he was in a different stratosphere than we were. Although we didn’t catch up to him, we all started to work more consistently. We’ve known each other for a long time”.
Jamie Dornan reacts to Robert Pattinson saying he’d only get pity invites to hang with Jamie’s crew back in the day:pic.twitter.com/GNw5JjtS2z https://t.co/D6AGSWRdE9
? Robert Pattinson Photos (@pattinsonphotos) March 13, 2022
At the same event, the Access Hollywood program also brought up the subject, asking about the rumor that said that They used to leave Pattinson home alone because he wasn’t old enough to go to clubs.. “That is not true”Dornan replied between laughs, “We never leave it at home. Why would we do it? He was the handsome one of the group. It got us attention [se ríe]. It was too successful for us early on. He was the one who got out of there faster, the rest of us took longer. I’m still at it compared to those guys, but we had a great time back then“.
Jamie Dornan saying that he, Eddie Redmayne and Andrew Garfield never left Robert Pattinson out of their circle.
“We never left him at home. Why would we leave him at home? He’s the key. He’s the good looking one.”
? Robert Pattinson Photos (@pattinsonphotos) March 14, 2022
Of the five, it was indeed Robert Pattinson who first achieved world fame thanks to ‘Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire’ and, above all, playing Edward Cullen in the ‘Twilight’ saga. He then built a great reputation as an actor thanks to his projects outside of Hollywood, after which has returned in style to the blockbusters with ‘The Batman’, which is sweeping the box office.
As for the others, Redmayne won the Oscar in 2015 for ‘The Theory of Everything’ and heads up the ‘Fantastic Beasts’ franchise; Dornan rose to fame playing Christian Gray in ‘Fifty Shades’, after which he has tried to prove his worth as an actor beyond said erotic saga, earning excellent reviews and several nominations for his work in ‘Belfast ‘; Cox became Daredevil in 2015, a role he has reprized in ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ and will continue to play in the Marvel Cinematic Universe; and Garfield has become one of the most beloved actors of his generation. with Spider-Man under his belt and his second Oscar nomination this year for ‘Tick, Tick… Boom!’.
That house should definitely be a world heritage site and a place of pilgrimage for budding actors.