Thursday, June 18, 2009
While Twilight superstar Robert Pattinson has no problem with going out with friends and enjoying himself just like any other agonizingly handsome 23-year-old, those close to R-Pattz tell OK! that the actor has turned off the party switch while he's shooting his new film, Remember Me, in New York.
"He really isn't a major partier," one friend of Rob reveals to OK!. "His work is very important to him and he doesn't go out and get wasted."
Adds the pal, with a laugh, "Now after the movie wraps up, that will be a different story!"
Robert's work ethic was definitely on display on the set Wednesday morning, as the crew shot scenes inside legendary NYC downtown bar Don Hill's. For the scene, he was joined by co-star Tate Ellington.
"It was a really short scene with two guys just talking at the bar," an on-set source tells OK!. "Rob looked like he had already rehearsed. He was really prepared and just there to do business."
R-Pattz did slip out of the bar a handful of times during the day to head back to his trailer for a break from the repetitive drain of shooting. "Today went really well," says the source. "But it was a lot of the same stuff over and over."