The Early Struggles of Jamie Dornan and Robert Pattinson
Now they are two of the most recognized and sought-after actors in Hollywood, but there was a period when Jamie Dornan and Robert Pattinson were quite broke and looking for success in the world of cinema. The two – amid various difficulties – shared an apartment and also various auditions and castings. This, until Pattinson was chosen, first, to play the role of Cedric Diggory in the fourth film of the Harry Potter saga and, then, for Edward Cullen in Twilight. The actor was, then, overwhelmed by an unexpected success that had an impact on his friend. “I really care about Rob, he’s a great friend, but at one point in my life, I really envied him. I was jealous of the people he knew, the places he frequented and what he did,” Dornan said in a recent interview. Certainly it must not be easy to see someone you have known for years, with whom you share the same goals, see him reach them while you are still far from that goal. And, indeed, Dornan has also added that “I felt like he had already achieved success. So I wondered: what does he have to do with me?”
The Impact of Robert Pattinson’s Success
Now, a lot of water has passed under the bridge and both, in their curriculum, can boast films of a certain level and Dornan is no longer jealous of his former roommate. It should be noted, however, that the interpreter of 50 shades of gray was not the only one living this situation. In fact, in that famous apartment, there were not only the two of them, but also Eddie Redmayne, Andrew Garfield and Charlie Cox. All found themselves going to the same auditions, competing for the same roles and, when Pattinson achieved planetary success first, it was a hard blow for everyone. Some time ago, however, the protagonist of Batman told that this attitude had also had effects on him: several times he felt excluded from the others and in no way a member of the group. It seems, therefore, that having won this famous role for Twilight has caused more than one shake. If this story teaches us something, it is that it is not advisable to choose someone who does your same job as a roommate.
Lessons Learned from This Story
If this story teaches us something, it is that it is not advisable to choose someone who does your same job as a roommate.