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One minute Robert Pattinson was an out-of-work musician, then Twilight turned him into Britain's second-highest paid actor. As the hugely successful vampire saga approaches its end, he tells Sanjiv Bhattacharya how frightening it is to emerge back into the daylight

When asked about the pressures of fame, Emma Watson (Hermione in the Harry Potter series) said she was thankful she wasn't Robert Pattinson. "I can't even imagine what that kind of fame must be like," she said. "So many people must wish they were in his position and think he has the best life, but actually there are prices you pay. Don't interpret that from my perspective. It's not so bad for me. I'm not in Rob's position: I don't have people screaming and crying and clawing at me. I'm so grateful for that."

It says something when the star of Harry Potter thinks that you're the one who's too famous. »

- Sanjiv Bhattacharya

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