Robert Pattinson has exposed his bizarre eating habits as he isolates himself in a London Airbnb.
The 33-year-old Twilight actor was filming The Batman in the capital when filming was stopped due to a coronavirus in March.
For the June / July issue of GQ, the star photographed and styled from her apartment in what is the first of its kind for the magazine.
Self-portrait: Robert Pattinson styled himself and took pictures of his isolation in a London Airbnb for GQ
In an interview via FaceTime, Pattinson said that he found it hard to adjust to constant eating after relying on studio and restaurant diets in the past.
He revealed: “Yesterday, I was on Google, I was going to YouTube to see how to cook pasta in the microwave.
“Put it in a bowl and microwave. Here’s how to cook pasta in the microwave. And it’s really not really a thing. It’s really quite revolting.
“But I mean, who would have thought it made the taste disgusting?”
Postponed: In March, director Matt Reeves confirmed that production of The Batman will be suspended for the foreseeable future. The film’s release is scheduled for October 1, 2021
Elaborating further on her eating habits, Pattinson said, “Like, I eat out of boxes and stuff.
“I’m going to literally put Tabasco in a can of tuna and eat it right out of the can … it’s weird, but my preferences are … just like eating like a wild animal. Like, from a trash can.
Despite his apparent dislike of cooking, Pattinson also revealed in the chaotic interview that he had made a business plan last year for pasta that you can hold in your hand like a pizza or a burger.
He even made a prototype involving a sandwich press and met with restaurateur Lele Massimini about the product he called Piccolini Cuscino, which means little pillow, but it didn’t work.
Pattinson joked, “Maybe if I say it in GQ, maybe a partner will come. “
The Harry Potter star then continues to try to make a version of his product from penne pasta in the microwave, sliced cheese, sugar, a burger bun and cornflakes.
But her culinary creation didn’t quite succeed after Pattinson managed to set her latex glove on fire while trying to ignite the initials in the bun.
He then wrapped the pasta pillow in aluminum foil and put it in the microwave, inevitably causing it to explode.
The June / July issue of GQ is available from May 26
Far from his gastronomy, Pattinson also discussed his next film Tenet by Christopher Nolan, which should be the first post-coronavirus blockbuster.
He said of the film to be released in July: “I’m so curious. I mean, I literally haven’t seen a picture of this movie.
He also explained why he decided to play the role of Batman after so many other actors accepted him.
The 33-year-old said: “I thought, it’s fun when more and more ground has been covered. Like, where is the gap?
“And the puzzle becomes quite satisfying, to think: where is my opening? And also, it’s an inherited part, right? I like this.
“There is so little in life that people care about it passionately before it even happens.
“You can almost feel this decline in anticipation, and so it gives you a little energy. It’s different from when you’re playing and nobody can see it. Right? In some ways, it’s, I don’t know… It makes you a little spicy.
Kitchen nightmares: The 33-year-old actor said that he mainly ate in a box during the isolation