Robert Pattinson is a magical being of acting talent, afflicted by a condition known as "handsomeface."
Due to the above, he's highly sought after as a lead in "talkies," also known as moving pictures. His most recent talkie, The Rover, was filmed in the Southern Australian Outback in an abandoned town called Hammond.
While doing a Q&A at Sydney's Town Hall on Sunday the movie's director David Michod opened up about RPatz's weird diet while shooting the movie, saying:
"[Robert] survived on white bread and barbecue sauce for weeks."
Um, what? That doesn't sound like a diet at all.
That's not even a meal! Those are just two random food items paired together! How can a person actually eat only that and survive??
That seriously sounds so unhealthy, we're assuming that wasn't THE ONLY thing he ate.
Robert apparently just laughed the comment off and mentioned another odd quirk was the "700 flies in the immediate vicinity" he would notice when waking up in the Outback.
Sounds like a weird time. We're sure both he and the director are happy to have it all behind them!
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