Robert Pattinson skirts Kristen Stewart issue on 'Good Morning America'
Stefanopoulos kicked the interview off by saying he had to ask about the elephant in the room -- how is R-Patz doing and what does he want his fans to know about his personal life.
After making a joke about the caloric content of Cinnamon Toast Crunch, the gift given to Pattinson when he sat down for the interview, Robert says, "You get into [this business] to do movies. I've never been interested in trying to sell my personal life and that's the reason why people bring it up."
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Pattinson continues, "I think if you start getting used to [the attention], it means you've gone crazy. It's nice. It's like being on the craziest theme park ride you've been on. It's totally exciting, but at some point you have to have a break."
The interview then turned to talk of Pattinson's new movie "Cosmopolis," which opens in limited release Friday, Aug. 17 and nationwide Friday, Aug. 24.
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The 26-year-old actor is certainly entitled to his privacy, but we suspect "GMA" and the fans were a little disappointed not to have him open up a bit more. Perhaps Oprah can take a crack at him next.