Robert Pattinson heats up GQ April 2009

Twilight heartthrob Robert Pattinson is on the April 2009 cover of GQ magazine. In the interview, the British stud talks about his new life, Valium, Camilla Belle and his next movie. Here’s more:

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On his rumored girlfriend: “There’s literally not a single [true] story that could be written about me. I never do anything. There’s this thing about my supposed girlfriend. There’s this one girl who’s consistently mentioned. It’s like, ‘He’s dating this Brazilian model.’ What’s her name—-Annelyse. I’ve never met her.”

On being romantically involved with Camilla Belle: “That’s the funniest [rumor]. No. I mean, yeah, yeah, I’m friends with Camilla… It’s funny, though, because I met her at her place the other day, and there’s a security gate, and even the security woman—I guess she knows that Camilla lives there, and she was like, ‘Oooh!’ …I mean, Camilla’s the nicest—she’s a saint. And it’s funny that she’s being portrayed as this home wrecker. She’s literally the most unlikely person to be a home wrecker. It’s just ridiculous.”

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On taking Valium before going into his Twilight audition: “I took half a Valium and then went into this thing – and all this stuff happened. It was the first time I’ve ever taken Valium. I tried to do it for another audition, and it just completely backfired – I was passing out.”

On his upcoming movie Little Ashes: “I thought I’d never get another acting job again. So I was like, ‘Yeah—why not try to do something weird?’ There’s all these gay sex scenes. And y’know, I haven’t even done a sex scene with a girl, in my whole career… And here I am, with Javier [Beltrán], who plays Lorca, doing an extremely hard-core sex scene, where I have a nervous breakdown afterward. And because we’re both straight, what we were doing seemed kind of ridiculous.”

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On his future: “I’m not massively concerned about doing lots of acting jobs. If it all just went, right now, I’d be like, ‘All right. I don’t really care.’ That’s probably a stupid thing to say. But I don’t, really. I think it’d be much worse to do a load of stuff that’s really bad. Because then you can’t go into another career. If you’ve made an idiot out of yourself, you’re never going to be taken seriously, as a lawyer or something, if you’re, like, a joke actor. The only thing I want from anything is to not be embarrassed.”

On any last comments: “Okay, (deep breath) I f—ed Joe Jonas. I love him.”

Click here to read Robert Pattinson’s full interview on GQ.