And you thought vampires lived forever: Twilight star Robert Pattinson said in a revealing Nightline interview Monday that he's had so much good fortune early in his career, he thinks he’s probably going to die by the age of 30.
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"I guess I just thought if too many good things happen, then you're going to die at 30 -- I didn't want that to happen,” Pattinson said. “Yeah, so probably, I'm going to die at 30. Actually, it's God saying, 'Hey, you shouldn't have asked for too much.'"
On a much less somber note, the handsome Brit said he enjoys his good fortune and celebrity "rather than looking like it's freaking you out and you want to leave."
He said the one drawback to being an A-list heartthrob is a lack of privacy.
"I used to spend a lot of time walking in cities by myself, and I can't really do that without being, um, a little paranoid," he said. "You get better at hiding and you get better at choosing which areas are the right areas to go to."
Pattinson will reprise his role of Edward Cullen in Eclipse, which hits screens June 30.