What does it take to get [movieperson id="365131"]Robert Pattinson[/movieperson] to fall in love with you? Swooning Twilighters should take notes from a recent interview the "New Moon" star gave to OK! in the U.K.
"I like people being forward," he told the magazine. "Gosh, I don't know. I like strong people, chiseled abs. ... I don't know, I take what I can get!"
And though Pattinson said he's single and again denied the rumors that he and Kristen Stewart are lovers undercover, he did admit to having a crush on his co-star before joining the "Twilight" cast.
"I read the script, and I barely even knew that they were books too. The only reason I went to the audition was to see Kristen, because I'd just seen 'Into the Wild,' " he revealed. "Of course [I had a bit of a crush]! No, we are just very good friends. ... I am young, free and single."
There are throngs of girls trying hoping to change RPattz's "free and single" status, however. And although the attention can be a bit overwhelming (and even dangerous), the actor said that he's flattered that fans love him that much.
"It's kind of weird, but I still haven't really had time to reflect on it, because I've been doing stuff to do with 'Twilight' and my other movies," he said of his sudden popularity. "I'm working constantly, and I feel like I'm always surrounded by 'Twilight' people — if not my work colleagues, then my fans. Right now, it is fans — it's a little bizarre if I'm honest."
Since he's too busy now for personal reflection, OK! asked him what he'd do if he had the unlimited time of immortal, unsleeping Edward Cullen. "Probably learn to speak French. Or I might spend three weeks straight with no sleep learning the piano," he said. "You'd get really good at stuff because you would have time to do everything."