If you had girls bursting into tears on meeting you and screams erupting whenever you were in public, you would want some anonymity too. Robert Pattinson recently revealed his trick to going undercover while shooting New Moon in Vancouver.
“They have this thought [in Vancouver] that no one there wears hoods except for problem people. It’s the only city in the world where hoods are not fashionable,” Pattinson recently explained to Time magazine.
“It’s like if you’re wearing a hood, you’re going to mug people. So it’s a boring disguise, but it worked when I wore a hood.”
Always the actor, the British dreamboat took the ruse one step further: “And then I’d sort of spit on the ground a little bit and do a little bit of shaking around as you’re walking. Everyone moved around to the other side of the street.”