He also says he caught his “Rover” co-star, Guy Pearce, massaging a senior citizen at 4 a.m. in the Australian Outback
Robert Pattinson previously told Jimmy Kimmel that he likes to “lie for no reason,” so it was hard to tell just how much truth — if any — seeped out of “The Rover” star's mouth during “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Thursday.
“Have you ever had someone spit on you in a kind of erotic way?” Pattinson asked Kimmel during the interview (above). “It's pretty great.”
The admission, or tall tale, came after Pattinson blurted out that he had “extraordinarily heavy saliva.” Whatever that means.
And the star of multi-billion dollar “Twilight” franchise says he's homeless.
“My parents borrowed my house, which I was borrowing from someone else, and kicked me out of it when I came back from Toronto,” Pattinson said. “So that's the end of that, and I am now homeless again.”
When discussing “The Rover,” an apocalyptic thriller set and filmed in the Australian Outback, Pattinson revealed a very interesting side of his co-star Guy Pearce. Or, you know, completely fabricated it.
“One night me and Scoot McNairy, who plays my brother, are looking for Guy and suddenly came to one light on in a house at 4 o'clock in the morning,” Pattinson said. “And Guy is giving this, like, 80-year-old woman a back massage with his shirt off.”
Kimmel said it best when he added, “I don't know if this is one of your lies or not, but I like it.”
Here's the rest of his very confusing interview: