“I was charged up at the end of every day, to be honest,” Pattinson says
Working on Robert Eggers’ slow-boiling horror film “The Lighthouse” left Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson in two very different states of mind. The actors said that while Dafoe was able to easily slip in and out of the role, Pattinson soon found himself as pent-up as his character.
“I was charged up at the end of every day, to be honest,” Pattinson told TheWrap’s Beatrice Verhoeven at the Toronto Film Festival. “By the end of the day you’re keeping yourself…so wound up the whole time that by the end I wanted to go out clubbing. But there’s nowhere to go!”