Robert Pattinson is one busy guy. Between shooting and promoting the "Twilight Saga" films, he rarely gets to see his loved ones. So when he stopped by Ellen DeGeneres' talk show Friday (November 20), he brought his whole family with him. But, to be safe, they stayed away from the screaming fans in the audience.
"That's the way I like to keep my family," he joked to Ellen. "Just in a pen."
As for the fans, they didn't really stop screaming from the moment Pattinson first appeared on the stage. It seemed to be a bit much for Pattinson. "It's still in your ears afterward," he said about the resounding response. "We've done five or six countries in a week."
DeGeneres asked the actor if he had any clue just how big the "Twilight" movies would be. "I don't think anyone did," he said. "And it keeps getting bigger as well."
Pattinson said he was surprised that the "New Moon" set wasn't accosted by fans more frequently. "They did occasionally, but it was much more so on the first one," he said. "I think we were just so remote."
Ellen and Pattinson then took a trip down memory lane, showing pictures of the star at various ages. "I just realized my milk teeth look exactly the same as my teeth now," he said about his baby pictures. He photos popped up of him from his modeling days, including one that him in just a scarf and boxers. "I know exactly what picture's coming," he laughed.
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